There are few things worse than dealing with diarrhea in your Frenchie! We asked our 800,000 members from Frenchie community on facebook the following question: “What’s the best food for a Frenchie with a sensitive stomach?”
We’ve summarized the best responses below. Always remember to check with your veterinarian before making changes that affect your Frenchie’s health. iHeartDogs is reader supported, so some of the links below may be paid affiliate links at no additional cost to you.
25 Best Foods for a Frenchie with a Sensitive Tummy
Hills science diet for sensitive stomachs.
Author: Cindy G.
Purina pro plan sensitive skin and stomach salmon and rice, works for our baby.
Author: Jennifer A.
Hills Science Diet. Sensitive stomach and skin.
Author: Mary Kreps W.
Boiled chicken and rice.3 years ago we were told to put him down it may be “ cancer “ yeah right I changed his diet and he is FINE. So much for emergency vets opinions!!!!
Author: Nancy T.
I feed my Frenchie on this absolutely brilliant x
Author: Jane E.
I give both my Frenchies this with no problems whatsoever. They’re both healthy and have nice coats. My girl was super itchy and my boy had loose stools before this food.
Author: Andrea S.
Boiled Chicken and rice…Boiled ground beef and rice…I also put peas and carrots in the mix
Author: Rose M.
We have a Frenchie, Boston terrier and pit Dobie mix￼… all that had different issues… Skin/stomach/allergies so I started to just cook for them a few years ago and it has made a huge difference for these issues and they have little to no problems at all with anything anymore￼￼. I cook either ground turkey or chicken and mix it with brown rice, sweet potatoes, mixed assorted vegetables and add different things like turmeric￼ and other beneficial ingredients with each batch I make. It’s a lot of work especially for the three of them but I highly recommend it, especially if you only have one dog…it makes it a lot easier to do￼;)
Author: Jyll Cenicola G.
My Frenchie had to have rabbit limited ingredient dog food. Instinct was the brand…only food that helped him
Author: Linda Cordes K.
We get Natural Balance L.I.D. Sweet potato and venison version.
Author: Amy S.
This has been the best for our two Frenchie’s. Who are very picky & also sensitive tummies
Author: Chris M.
Harringtons grain free, hypoallergenic, dry food, my frenchie has had some skin issues too, this has been fab
Author: Claire P.
I use rocco n they do a sensitive it’s high protein wet food my dogs love it n they are picky
Author: Tracy D.
Wainwrights grain free ( pets at home) … it’s the only food that agrees with my frenchies tummy … have tried lots!
Author: Natalie R.
Royal Canin Analergenic. Best decision we ever made. 8 yr old pooch behaves like a puppy. Stopped scratching immediately. Only vomits if he eats too quickly
Author: Morag S.
Merrick limited ingredient, grain free Salmon formula. Give them 2 smaller meals and if they are voracious eaters, give them in a puzzle, slow feeder bowl. And occasionally, give cooked meat or sliced apples for snacks
Author: Sophie R.
Ours were raw fed for 3 years started with problems so switched to chappie as vets recommended it never had a prob since x
Author: Kalarena T.
Farmers dog. Our Frenchie had bowel problems …changed to farmers dog and he now has good poops every time.
Author: Brigitte S.
Purina Pro for sensitive stomach/ skin issues
Author: Susie Kale R.
Kirkland Lamb and Rice has done wonders.
Author: Matt J.
We have had excellent results with Nutrisource Turkey and sweet potato Virtually no gas ever. Solid stools and reduced skin issues.
Author: Deana C.
We buy AVA sensitive skin and stomach fish flavour
Author: Debbie W.
Raw Patties I buy from OC RAW is my diet of choice a
Author: Carlos B.
Dick Van Pattens Natural Balance limited ingredient chicken and sweet potato recipe. I buy it from Petsmart.
Author: Gina T.
I use this for mine it was recommended by her vet and dermatologist they love it she is 3 and been on it for 2.5 years
Author: Shelly H.
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