25 Food Recommendations for Rottweilers with Sensitive Stomach

There are few things worse than dealing with diarrhea in your Rottweiler! We asked 800,000 members from the Rottweiler community on facebook the following question: “What is the best food for a Rottweiler with a sensitive stomach?”

We’ve summarized the best answers below. Always remember to check with your veterinarian before making changes that affect the health of your Rottweiler. iHeartDogs is reader supported, so some of the links below may be paid affiliate links at no extra cost to you.

The 25 best foods for Rottweiler with a sensitive belly

I’ve had great luck with Canine Caviar but will be feeding steamed rice, pumpkin and boiled chicken for a while until things settle down.

Author: W is fickle.

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Nutro is what all lines get. They don’t eat much. Less tiptoe and the rain will melt it away. Although it’s not cheap, you don’t need to buy much.

Author: Jimmy H.

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My first Rottie had a very sensitive stomach – back then we fed the Purina One with lamb and rice – it did it very well. There are many other good brands out there that cater to this, so you probably have quite a few to choose from. Most are very expensive tho’. I feed my small dog Royal Canin canned and low fat canned food. She does a great job on it but it’s very expensive.

Author: Kathleen C.

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Purina pro plan sensitive stomach, helped my child

Author: Nedra W.

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This is the best feed I have ever that also has no gas

Author: Jamie B.

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My Rottie also has a sensitive stomach. Tried everything, she’s in Rachel ray chix and veggies, seems to be the only one who agrees with her. Sometimes I’ll add some pumpkin. And when she gets upset from eating something outside, of course it’s rice and rice for a few meals. But def Rachel ray chix and vegetables! Good luck

Author: Jenine Giaquinto G.

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My Rottie has a sensitive belly… Fromme tried, Fresh Pet, etc… This food was finally approved by him and both puppies live it!

Author: Lynn Jacques B.

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Canine Caviar Special Needs. Did wonders for my girl.

Author: Yzabel B.

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A lot of dogs are allergic to chicken, I’ll feed them rice, hamburgers, and pumpkin until he feels better. Good luck.

Author: Marie B.

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Hills Winston’s prescription diet supplemented with gas x before each meal and a dose of pre and probiotics in his food, suffered from bloating twice and this worked for two years, very expensive when he eats four cans a day but it keeps him from getting the vet,,

Author: Wendy McDaniel H.

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Iams Large Breed with canned chickpeas.

Author: Bill A.

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I cook rice, carrots and chicken. He doesn’t eat his solid food without it. Alternatively, pumpkin puree works just as well. Not the pumpkin filling though. Must be pureed.

Author: Heather F.

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I will use gut health instinctively, I will also add probiotic plain yogurt and some canned whole pumpkin

Author: Alison D N.

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Canned Rachel ray for digestive issues is good but the really great thing in my opinion is The Farmhouse Dog. You order online and let them know if your breed has any performance issues like stomach upset, itching, necessary weight loss etc you can try it for around $50-60. It’s sent frozen and it’s proportionate to your variety. We started our year old on it and he loved it. We’ve seen an improvement in his coat weight and itch. Unfortunately it is expensive for a Rottweiler due to their size. We are paying 120 a week. We hope to keep him temporarily. When I reach old age, I will do anything to help them have a great life. Rottweilers are known for stomach problems like regurgitation etc.. prilosic can be helpful but check with your vet. Good luck.

Author: Sherri J.

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We use Iams for sensitive stomachs and sensitive digestion Pet Fresh.

Author: Bob E.

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Hills Science or Buffalo Blue. My vet suggested I boil lean ground beef and chicken, adding brown rice and sweet potatoes. He prescribes supplements. After my guy passed it. I will make half the prescribed food and half the cooked food. He did well. And we gave frozen chickpeas as a snack.

Author: Arvla Yvonne G.

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Farmer’s dog. Their food is awesome. I recommend them every day!!!

Author: Dawn B.

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Brown rice, steamed lean turkey, pumpkin and Greek yogurt

Author: Andy C.

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Royal canin sensitive stomach! My Rottie used to eat it too, he has a sensitive stomach also doesn’t feed when they are hot food that also needs to be released! If he is after playing and has a temper, I will come

Author: Tracy P.

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Acana beef and pumpkin works for my sensitive girl. We found out that she can’t eat chicken but can eat fresh boiled chicken. She also has beef stew with zuchini and 90% lean burger added to crunchies. We soaked it in warm water until it was tender before she ate the meat. If she happens to have loose stools, Diggn hardens with chewiness, make a pumpkin apple pectin powder that will help immediately

Author: Patricia L.

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We use 4 healthy stomach cuts from Tractor Supplies.

Author: Erika P.

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I had good luck with Taste of the wild grain free. And we add goat’s milk to breakfast

Author: Amber M.

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Fromm. It’s the only thing we feed our dogs and there’s no table food or grocery store junk food. All natural dishes. Our Rottie would be sick of anything else. Unless you want to make your own food, but you have to know what you are doing to give them what your body needs.

Author: Erica M.

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Purina One is for sensitive stomachs, this is a good brand and not too expensive.

Author: Inna D.

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anything with lamb we’ve had and we used IAM with lamb

Author: Bev B.

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