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Best dog treats for sensitive stomachs.

Digestion

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.

 

Prodograw Bone Broth

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 CompanySome 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.

 

Pooch and Mutt Natural Treats Digestion and Wind – For the windy dogs.

For those of us whose dog is prone to wind, French Bulldog owners listen up, this treat contains both Charcoal and Parsley. Studies have found that activated charcoal can help to reduce the amount your dog farts! Both parsley and charcoal work to reduce abdominal bloating as well as gas.

This treat also contains Chicory, a prebiotic dietary fibre that nourishes the friendly gut bacteria, to make sure your dog’s gut microbiome is balanced like it should be and working appropriately.

 

Green Tripe Bone – Prodograw

This tripe treat is a real superfood replenisher for your dog. Green tripe (the good stuff) is packed full of enzymes that allows the system to breakdown food easily, it contains probiotics like lactobacillus acidophilus, that protects against harmful bacteria and is simple super nutritious, so your dog’s digestive system can start to replace what vitamins and mineral had been lost during their time with a bad tummy. This treat is about recovery, fast recovery through support and replenishment.

For those of you owners who haven’t experienced tripe, it stinks, but the benefits it has for your dog should far out way the momentary pong.

 

Yakers – Himalayan Hard Milk Chew

When your dog’s feeling unwell, sometimes the worst thing you can do is put more food in them. If they’ve just been vomiting or having a bad case of diarrhoea, giving their digestive system a 24hr rest from food is going to allow it time to recover.

Non edible chews, things too big for your dog to eat, like this natural Yak milk chew, will entertain your dog throughout this food-less time. These are 100% natural and obtained from yak or cow milk from the Himalayas. Natural is always best when your dog’s experiencing digestive issues.

 

Get Cam’s help:

If you’d like a bespoke Digestive Support Recipe Plan, please click here.

If you’d like to organise a Consultation, please click here.

 

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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.

 

Prodograw Bone Broth

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 CompanySome 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.

 

Pooch and Mutt Natural Treats Digestion and Wind – For the windy dogs.

For those of us whose dog is prone to wind, French Bulldog owners listen up, this treat contains both Charcoal and Parsley. Studies have found that activated charcoal can help to reduce the amount your dog farts! Both parsley and charcoal work to reduce abdominal bloating as well as gas.

This treat also contains Chicory, a prebiotic dietary fibre that nourishes the friendly gut bacteria, to make sure your dog’s gut microbiome is balanced like it should be and working appropriately.

 

Green Tripe Bone – Prodograw

This tripe treat is a real superfood replenisher for your dog. Green tripe (the good stuff) is packed full of enzymes that allows the system to breakdown food easily, it contains probiotics like lactobacillus acidophilus, that protects against harmful bacteria and is simple super nutritious, so your dog’s digestive system can start to replace what vitamins and mineral had been lost during their time with a bad tummy. This treat is about recovery, fast recovery through support and replenishment.

For those of you owners who haven’t experienced tripe, it stinks, but the benefits it has for your dog should far out way the momentary pong.

 

Yakers – Himalayan Hard Milk Chew

When your dog’s feeling unwell, sometimes the worst thing you can do is put more food in them. If they’ve just been vomiting or having a bad case of diarrhoea, giving their digestive system a 24hr rest from food is going to allow it time to recover.

Non edible chews, things too big for your dog to eat, like this natural Yak milk chew, will entertain your dog throughout this food-less time. These are 100% natural and obtained from yak or cow milk from the Himalayas. Natural is always best when your dog’s experiencing digestive issues.

 

Get Cam’s help:

If you’d like a bespoke Digestive Support Recipe Plan, please click here.

If you’d like to organise a Consultation, please click here.

 

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