My Dog Has A Sensitive Stomach!

Dogs can have a sensitive stomach for many reasons and your poorly pup could be missing out on a whole host of fun activities because you’re worried he might have diarrhea at the worst possible time.

The first step tro remedying the issue is to figure out what’s causing your dog to have a sensitive stomach in the first place. Your dog might simply have an upset stomach (loose stool, etc.) from all of the dog treats you’ve been giving him while you’re training. If this is the reason you need to buy some sensitive stomach dog food that will be gentle on your dog’s tummy.

If you’re still unsure of what’s causing your dog’s upset tummy here are a few other possible reasons that you can rule out.

  • Overeating or over drinking.
  • Becoming over excited.
  • Maybe you’re changing your dog food brands too often.
  • Giving your dog the wrong type of food.
  • Your dog is living in a stressful environment.
  • Worms or other intestinal bacteria.


If your dog is suffering from constant loose stools or diarrhea it’s best to take a stool sample to your local veterinarian so they can rule out any underlying health issues your dog might have.

Once your vet has ruled out any medical issues you can try some proven solutions that have been helpful to many dog trainers around the globe. For example, dog treats are usually the number one course of a bad tummy in dogs. Sure, the occasional dog treat as a reward is okay, but when you’re feeding the treats to your dog all day long it’s time to cut back.

Simple Tips to Help Your Dogs Strong Digestive System

Puppies especially can suffer from a weak digestive system because they’re still building up the good bacteria in the gut and they are still getting used to solid foods. To help kick start your dog digestives system these are the supplements we recommend that you give to your dog.

Probiotics: Always try and buy Probiotics that contain multiple strands of live bacteria. These good bacteria already naturally live in the intestines of your dog and they help to support the immune system.

Digestive Enzymes: These can sometime be hard to find but you can almost always find some online. Digestive Enzymes help to break down solid food in the dog’s stomach, which in turn aids in digestion, and help to reduce stress on the system.