Sensitive stomachs in dogs can be caused by various factors, including certain food ingredients and dietary deficiencies.
Symptoms of a sensitive stomach can include occasional vomiting, loose stools, and flatulence. Consult your vet if any symptoms are severe.
Extra food items, including treats and table scraps, can upset a dog's stomach. Eliminate these to see if it improves your dog's condition.
Some dogs may have trouble digesting certain types of protein, high-fat diets, or diets lacking in fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
The quality of ingredients in dog food is crucial. Look for brands that have conducted clinical studies and employ a veterinary nutritionist.
Consult your vet or a veterinary nutritionist to find the best food for your dog. Look for "complete and balanced" formulas and read labels carefully.
Transition your dog to a new food gradually to avoid worsening their sensitive stomach. Start with a mix of old and new food, slowly increasing the new food ratio.