There are few things worse than dealing with diarrhea in your Doberman! We asked our 800,000 members from Doberman community on facebook the following question: “What’s the best food for a Doberman with a sensitive stomach?”
We’ve summarized the best responses below. Always remember to check with your veterinarian before making changes that affect your Doberman’s health. iHeartDogs is reader supported, so some of the links below may be paid affiliate links at no additional cost to you.
20 Best Foods for a Doberman with a Sensitive Tummy
We used this for our Dobie. It’s expensive but cheaper than vet bills. Hill’s Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Original Flavor Dry Dog Food, 25-lb bag Cost $105 from Chewy when on auto ship. You can buy a small bag from your local vet to make sure your Dobie likes it and can handle it.
Author: Tom L.
Purina Pro Plan for sensitive stomach. Salmon and rice.
Author: Maria C P.
Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Low Fat!!! Turned my Dobie into a different dog within day!
Author: Cindy A.
Purina pro plan sensitive stomach! It was the only thing that worked for our girl! Good luck!
Author: Jennifer Thurnau C.
Cooked rice and eggs with no seasonings.
Author: Gloria R.
I have a dog with the most sensitive stomach, and we have tried about a dozen foods over the years. He has now been on Diamond Naturals adult for about 6 months and has not had ANY upset belly at all. Both dogs seem in great weight, health, with nice coats.
Author: Tina M.
My dog is sensitive to chicken AND of course I’m trying to keep him eating grains. It was a challenge finding something but Wellness brand was a huge hit with him. He’s eaten it for years without getting tired of it. He likes the canned wet version as well.
Author: April Prevette J.
Blue Buffalo has feed my baby since she first started eating food and she’s 8 and very healthy!
Author: Bill M.
A lot of trial and error went into this …. Our boy had bad stomach issues after his small Bowel obstruction surgery when he was only 5 months old. He’s 17 months now. We feed partially raw, (loves Liver!), we don’t do chicken because always gave him d… See more
Author: Anna S.
Research Acana/Orijen brand dog foods. Very expensive but well worth it and they design their formulas to be as close as possible to a natural canine diet and include probiotics. The Meadowland formula consist of free run poultry and cage free eggs whi… See more
Author: Rickie W.
My dog had a flipped stomach at 9 years old. After that, she developed irritable bowel syndrome. I ended up cooking lamb roasts and rice with peas and carrots for her meals for the rest of her life. I also gave her supplemental vitamins to make sure sh… See more
Author: Celeste H.
Acana Lamb/apple n rice kibble limited ingredients. Tucker also gets dehydrated beef hearts, duck treats/toppers and wolf fish skins which he LOVES! Tucker gets terrible skin allergies, June-Aug. Apaquil plus keeping him clean and using argan oil duri… See more
Author: Rose Almeida W.
Pro plan sensitive stomach has worked for me. There’s also Purina Savor for sensitive stomach. I’ve had great results with them both. Pricey but others with good claims are higher. Check out the ingredient list compared to the one you’ve been feeding. … See more
Author: Tanya W.
Royal Canin Gastrointestinal for dogs. Everything upsets my female Doberman’s stomach and gives her diarrhoea except this food. The vet recommended it and for her to stay on it permanently. She has a really sensitive stomach but this food works well. … See more
Author: Ernie D.
Iams large breed
Author: Shelly Marker S.
I’ve had good results with Diamond Naturals salmon and potato skin and coat
Author: Nicole D.
“TASTE OF THE WILD” Lamb
Author: Eric S.
Our boy is allergic to chicken and has other stomach issues and he has done very well on this food!
Author: Colleen S.
Eukanuba worked for ours
Author: Leslie B.
A breeder recommended this to me after trying so many he didn’t tolerate. It’s been great! Life’s Abundance.
Author: Tina Hopkins T.
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