Sensitive Dog Food

Dogs with delicate digestion need sensitive dog food that’s made without many ingredients known to cause upset tummies. These ingredients can include beef, eggs, dairy, wheat, maize, and soya. For many dogs with digestive issues, switching to a sensitive or hypoallergenic variety, depending on what your vet recommends, can make a world of difference to your pooch. It’s also available for Subscribe and Save, where you can save 10% off every order and select a delivery frequency to suit you and your dog. After all, a healthy tummy means a happier dog! Browse our sensitive dog food below and find out more.  
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Sensitive Puppy Food

from £7.00£43.99 or subscribe and save 10%
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Sensitive Adult Dog Salmon

from £7.00£41.99 or subscribe and save 10%
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Sensitive Senior

from £7.00£41.99 or subscribe and save 10%
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Sensitive Adult Dog Lamb

from £7.00£41.99 or subscribe and save 10%
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Sensitive Adult Dog Turkey

from £7.00£41.99 or subscribe and save 10%

Dry food for sensitive dogs

Food for sensitive dogs should feature easily digestible proteins, along with essential vitamins and minerals, prebiotics and antioxidants. This will provide your canine chum with all the nutrients they need, without causing an upset tummy and runny poos.

When looking for dog food that won’t trigger sensitivity issues, choose one that’s carefully crafted to provide the right balance of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates and fats that your dog needs. Sensitive food for dogs should also be made without artificial flavours and colours and have no added preservatives.

Our Burgess Sensitive Dog Food range is hypoallergenic and there are varieties to meet the nutritional needs of dogs of all ages who require easily digestible food.

Why might you need easy-to-digest sensitive dog food for your canine companion?

Food allergies and sensitivities are common in dogs and can cause a range of symptoms. If you think your dog is suffering from an intolerance, you should check with your vet before transitioning them to the right sensitive dog food.

Your dog’s age is another important consideration. Nutrition plays a significant role when it’s tailored to the different stages of a dog’s development, supporting the optimum quality of life from puppyhood to adulthood and throughout their senior years.

So, whether you’re looking for sensitive food for a puppyadult dog or senior dog, remember that a dog’s nutritional needs vary throughout their life.

Sensitive Dog Food FAQs

To help you understand more about what to consider when choosing dry food for sensitive dogs, Burgess’ in-house vet, Dr Suzanne Moyes MVB MRCVS, answers some frequently asked questions.

Suzanne is a small-animal vet who spent many years in first-opinion practice before joining Burgess Pet Care. Suzanne oversees recipe development and product production, and with her teams, ensures Burgess Pet Care makes great-quality, safe products for dogs, cats and small pets.

Need more advice?

If you’re unsure about the best way of feeding your dog or have concerns about specific nutritional requirements, ask your local veterinary practice for advice.

You can also call our expert team – available 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday – on 01405 862241 and they’ll be happy to help. Alternatively, use our online contact form to get in touch.