Many of us think of dogs as having stomachs of steel. Many dogs will wolf down pretty much anything you put in front of them without giving it a second thought. That’s partly thanks to the fact that most dogs have very strong digestive systems. That also begins in the dog’s mouth, where they produce a type of saliva that contains strong disinfectant properties.
But while that can be true, it’s not the case for every dog. In fact, some dogs will struggle with sensitive stomachs that make it hard for them to eat just about anything – including dog foods. This can make itself known when your dog gets diarrhea or constipation, or when they find themselves being sick. Some might even stop eating entirely.
Not only is this inconvenient for you and unpleasant for them, it can also actually be very dangerous if it they become unable to properly absorb and utilize the nutrients in their stomachs when they eat. When this happens, they can actually end up being malnourished, even while eating large quantities of food! Worse still is that some dogs can experience serious allergic reactions that can cause them a great amount of distress and even be potentially lethal.
What’s going on? And what can you do to help them? We have selected three of the best foods for dogs with allergies, so read on!