35 Food Recommendations for Staffordshire Bull Terriers with Sensitive Stomachs
There are few things worse than dealing with diarrhea in your Staffordshire Bull Terrier! We asked our 800,000 members from Staffordshire Bull Terrier community on facebook the following question: “What’s the best food for a Staffordshire Bull Terrier with a sensitive stomach?”
We’ve summarized the best responses below. Always remember to check with your veterinarian before making changes that affect your Staffordshire Bull Terrier’s health. iHeartDogs is reader supported, so some of the links below may be paid affiliate links at no additional cost to you.
35 Best Foods for a Staffordshire Bull Terrier with a Sensitive Tummy
I hate to say it but chappie and my brother was recommended to give his dog chappie when diagnosed with pancreatic issues
Author: Wendy I.
Nutro brand always best for your buck, they have a chicken free, digestive sensitive formula that is great, Vet approved, add a few small chunks of sweet potatoes.
Author: Darryl Blaine D.
My old girl had mostly bakers complete. She was never ill and it kept her teeth good. She passed away ages 15y3m.
Author: Lee D.
My Sadie, who’s father is a American Staffordshire, has almost died from pancreatitis twice. These days I feed her lean chicken cooked with rice & vegetables. At times, when she looks like she’s putting on some weight, I substitute the rice with cauliflower rice. She’s doing great. She’s 13 years old now. Also, her triglycerides are normal, it was so high for a long time.
Author: Janie Johnson G.
My vet put my girl on chappie as she suffers with a inflamed pancreas and she been great since putting her on her it x
Author: Denise A.
4 health, there’s a sensitive stomach recipe seems to work for my sensitive dog. Tractor supply carries it. They had many different options
Author: Kelly D T.
I use Harringtons it’s the only one my dog can eat without her having a upset tummy
Author: Penny R.
My girl was the same n my vet said Chappie dry so that’s what I changed to hate to say it’s one of the cheapest but it sorted her out
Author: Jane P.
I have one with same problem and the only thing I found worked is Royal Canin gastrointestinal feed. It’s Expensive.
Author: Tina H.
Natures harvest wet food,kept my dodgy digester well for over 10 years up to when we lost her at 17.Brilliant stuff.Also no cheap treats ,only hypoallergenic ones or raw carrot. Can honestly say this saved her life .
Author: Julie T.
We got a allergy and sensitivity test done for our girl. The test also provided a list of foods that were suitable for her and that omitted ingredients that didn’t agree with her allergies and sensitivities.
Author: Jordan T.
Royal canin hypoallergenic, our dog has a very sensitive stomach, he loves this stuff, isn’t cheap but worth it
Author: James W.
My girl used be sick with anything we gave her til we moved her to waggs worker complete dog food chicken and vegetable. I do think it depends on your dog and it’s trial and error until you find what works best for them. Coz my other girl can eat anything and is fine lol.
Author: Simone M.
Harringtons has worked a treat with mine , we spent a fortune on so many types of food for her including vet prescribed food , been giving her harringtons for a few years and not ONE bout of upset tummy for years xx
Author: Emily Andsean B.
Wainwrights from pets at home , had my dogs on it for over 10 years , vets always said how healthy their teeth, coat, eyes etc where xxx
Author: Carrie L.
Beta sensitive we use for ours, she ate something a while ago and had an op to open stomach and she never been the same on normal food. But seems fine on this and she alsoSuffers with reflux, but this food she never been sick. I also feed my other dogs on it, saves having to buy lots of bags
Author: Rachel D.
My staffie had a very sensitive stomach due to pancreatitis, we changed her food a few times to try and find what she was best on, we finally went from wet to dry waggs sensitive and she was really well on that
Author: Heather O.
James well beloved is what i use for my staffy who used to be sick all the time. Good for a healthy coat and weight
Author: Mark Andrew B.
Burgess sensitive, my blue staff is allergic to everything but this helps her alot . X
Author: Rachel Morris N.
Sweet potato. Peel & dice some up before boiling it, then give it to the Staffie. It’s great at reducing GI inflammation.
Author: Anne M.
The only food that worked for my staffy was Burns chicken and brown rice. She’s been eating it now for almost 8 years and we’ve had no problems at all
Author: Naomie S.
Wholesomes by Diamond:Whitefish and potato After 23 different brands and combinations, we found this at our local Tractor Supply.Our Veterinarian said, “this is a great food and company.”Finally! After almost a year of trying different things, we found what stopped the diarrhea and itching.
Author: Stacey A.
My staffy is the same I use Burges supadog seemed to help his tummy
Author: Julie K.
I cook minced beef, rice and mixed veg for my old boy, never upsets his tummy and keeps his coat nice (any tinned food gives him dandruff).
Author: Kath B.
I used to use Harrington’s with a little beef mince or chicken strips on top. She did not get any of our food although she loved ginger nuts and the odd dog chew.
Author: Irene N.
My vet recommended Burns and it’s worked wonders for my girl
Author: Rossco Slim B.
Taste of the wild… salmon
Author: Teri E.
Oscar dry food works for my dog
Author: Kelly A.
Chappie 100% only thing our 11 year old boy has after suffering pancreatitus
Author: Alan C.
Both my staffies have Barking Heads meat and dry food, never had an issue with them since we changed over.
Author: Henry John B.
James well beloved lamb kibble for sensitive stomach…Give mine wen they are unwell..Highly recommend..
Author: Zoe C.
Hills Science Diet sensitive stomach
Author: Holly B.
In rescue we give them Forthglade when they have iffy stomachs
Author: Donna J.
Ava sensitive skin and stomach
Author: Tina C.
Pro plan sensitive skin and stomach
Author: Heather C.
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