Does your dog have a sensitive stomach?

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Dogs may suffer from a sensitive stomach and are prone to develop digestive problems. Specific breeds such as German shepherd dogs are more sensitive than other. There are a number of signs to look out for that may indicate that your dog has sensitive digestion. These include more frequent vomiting, flatulence, odorous or intermittently loose stools. These signs may or may not be related to a less digestible food. However, in any case, if your dog has a sensitive digestive system it will benefit from receiving a food that is specially developed for him to enjoy a fully active and healthy life.

Hill’s™ Science Plan™ Sensitive Stomach contains high quality ingredients, such as egg, chicken and rice, which are easily digestible and help ensure optimal nutrient absorption. Gentle digestion is promoted through an optimal balance of highly digestible protein and fat, as a unique blend of fibre sources for intestinal health. This advanced nutrition for comfortable digestion also supports a glossy coat and helps maintain an ideal body weight. 

In case the signs aggravate or are seen more frequently, or if your dog has difficulty in maintaining his ideal weight, contact your veterinarian to rule out any other causes.

With a clinically proven antioxidant formula that supports a healthy immune system, Hill’s Science Plan Sensitive Stomach is suitable for everyday feeding for adult dogs with sensitive digestion.

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