Sensitive stomachs are never fun for an animal that really loves food (most at least).
Digestive issues are extremely individual, which means there’s no one treat that can do everything to help your dog recover. A bought of vomiting brought on by eating something dodgy in the park for example, is not the same as consistent loose stools or diarrhoea brought on by a food sensitivities.
If your dog’s been vomiting or has diarrhoea, I recommend you don’t feed your dog anything for 24hrs. This gives the system time to recover naturally. If it’s a persistent thing, feel free to email me now.
These are the best treats I could find that work most effectively to help dogs with sensitive stomach or digestive issues.
Digestive issues are normally the result of an unhealthy gut. When the digestive system is not fully functioning, it results in poor nutrient absorption and an imbalanced immune response. The knock on effects of this are massive, causing systemic inflammation in the body, which in turn creates a whole host of health conditions for your dog.
Bone broth contains collagen, which forms gelatin when it’s cooked. Gelatin contains amino acids such as glutamine which works to strengthen and heal the gut lining to make sure your dog’s digestive system is operating at its very best.
This broth is exactly the type of nutrient boost that will help stop the issue from reoccurring. I recommend this a couple times a week for all dogs.
Golden Paste Company – Some small, easy, everyday treats
According to the legendary Veterinarian Dr Jean Dodd’s, turmeric, but more specifically curcumin, the most active compound within turmeric and these treats, is a superfood for dogs. Not just a traditional remedy for loads of human issues.
Recent research is confirming its potential as an anti-ulcer and as a gastro-protective agent, due to its amazing anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities.
Honey also contains digestive enzymes that will help breakdown food and support your dog’s digestion.
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