Sensitive Stomach Puppy Food

Sensitive stomachs and digestive issues can be common in puppies. But if the problem continues, changing to a specially formulated sensitive stomach puppy food could greatly improve their symptoms. If your vet has ruled out any other underlying cause for your puppy's delicate digestion, you might want to consider switching your young dog's diet. Our range of sensitive puppy food contains everything your puppy needs in one meal to ensure they stay happy, healthy and full of energy. Browse our range and save 10% when you Subscribe & Save. Plus, you can choose the frequency of your order to suit you and your puppy's needs.
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Sensitive Puppy Food

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The best food for puppies with sensitive stomachs

The best puppy food for sensitive stomachs and diarrhoea should contain a healthy balance of nutrients including vitamins, minerals, calcium and prebiotics to support your young dog’s well-being. Sensitive food should be made from ingredients that are unlikely to cause tummy issues. It should be easily digestible and in the form of small kibble, suitable for tiny mouths.

If your puppy has delicate digestion, it’s important to find out if there is an underlying cause and provide them with the right food to give them the best start in life.

What are the benefits of switching to a sensitive tummy puppy food diet?

As well as being gentler on their digestion, Burgess sensitive stomach puppy food can help your dog:

  • Maintain a healthy, shiny coat
  • Form solid poos
  • Maintain strong bones
  • Keep a healthy immune system
  • Grow into a healthy adult dog

Sensitive Stomach Puppy Food FAQs

Does my puppy have delicate digestion?

It’s quite common for very young dogs to have an unsettled stomach, especially within the first few days after bringing them home. But your puppy might be suffering from a sensitive tummy if the following symptoms persist:

  • Diarrhoea or loose poo
  • Vomiting
  • Weight loss
  • Being a picky eater

It’s important to remember that there can be a range of causes for these symptoms, including anxiety, changing their food and eating something they shouldn’t (especially common in puppies!). Remember to seek professional vet advice if you’re worried your young dog has swallowed something harmful or poisonous.

If these causes have been ruled out, then gradually changing your dog’s diet to a sensitive stomach puppy food might help.

Need more advice?

Need more advice about sensitive stomach puppy food?

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.

 

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