About Purina Pro Plan Sensitive Skin & Stomach
Nourish your dog’s sensitive systems and overall well-being with gentle nutrition to help him thrive. Pro Plan Sensitive Skin and Stomach dry formulas are made with real salmon, turkey or lamb as the #1 ingredient, plus omega-6 fatty acids for skin and coat health. Sensitive Skin and Stomach is available in specialized formulas for adults, small breeds, large breeds, seniors and puppies, or as a great-tasting wet formula.
Pro Plan Sensitive formulas are made with rice or oatmeal, which are easily digestible and gentle on the GI system.
Omega-6 fatty acids in Pro Plan Sensitive recipes help nourish the skin and coat.
Natural prebiotic fiber in these formulas helps nourish specific intestinal bacteria for digestive health.
Pro Plan Sensitive Skin and Stomach foods are made without corn, wheat or soy.
About Pro Plan
The advanced nutrition of Pro Plan is nutrition that performs. Pro Plan strives to make your pet’s best life possible through the power of nutrition. They are proud to offer a full spectrum of performance and specialized nutrition formulas, including options that support healthy aging, provide guaranteed live probiotics and more. Try Pro Plan today and discover what nutrition can do.
I have three dogs - two labs and a mixed breed. They all love this dog food. When I open the bin where we store it to feed them, the labs try to get their snouts in there to get some before it's even in their bowl. My Boxer-Beagle has a very sensitive stomach but since I switched to this and Pro Plan Probiotics he has had very few issues (once in a great while he'll get rumbles in his belly but the improvement since before this food is very noticeable)
I have 2 GSDs. One can eat anything and doesn’t seem to bother her. My other one has skin allergies and sensitive stomach. He has been on this for about 12-14 months. It’s good for his stomach but he still scratches more than I would like. During the process of changing over my girl to this food (just to avoid him eating hers) I would catch him in her bowl and he definitely scratched way more when he would eat some of the chicken based food then what he does now. I know the salmon food has helped with his itching but he still seems to scratch too much so I’m not quite convinced that it’s helped his skin enough. For the price of this food it should clear it up! Lol!! They both seem to like the taste so I guess I’ll keep using it.
I had both my german shepards on this food for about a year. Dog 1 was on it for a chicken allergy that caused hair loss, she grew almost all the hair back on her stomach on this food. Dog 2 had no problems but starting around the first of september developed colitis, blood an mucous in her stool. I had to change her diet. After reading the same thing has happened to other peoples dogs around the same time, i am now afraid to keep dog 1 on this diet and idk what to do. i wish they wouldn't change things.
There is definetely something wrong with this dog food. Read the other reviews that say the same. I changed to this brand because it was a good price point and seemed to have all the benefits I was looking for. I followed the feeding instructions by slowly introducing it. My dog is not a finicky eater and finishes his bowl in one sitting. But he did not like this food at all! I had to change back to his old food because he refused to eat it! The few times he did eat it, he threw up.
I switched my dogs, an older English bulldogge and a dogue de Bordeaux to Purina pro plan sensitive skin and stomach about 6 months ago. Had been feeding them 4Health for years. They were healthy but had excessive shedding. I couldn't keep up with dog hair. I started reading about best dog foods for health and shedding. This one has really made a difference! We recently got a new puppy and I've been feeding her the puppy food for sensitive skin and stomach. No problems so far.
We had been doing ok for a while, after months of stomach issues and thousands in vet bills. It’s been hard to identify the specific cause, but this food isn’t enough for my dog’s tummy. We are not on hydrolyzed protein. Word to the wise: if you think the food might be the cause of bloody vomit and diarrhea, go with hydrolyzed protein right away. Save yourself the vet bills and tossed food cost. We have this full bag and three cases of the soft food remaining. Wish it had been enough, she does like the flavor.
Oh dear. It might have helped digestion if I could have gotten them to eat it. Threw away about half a bag left over in their plates. Ordered Wellness which you sent and it will be delivered today. Ordered this for years in the past for other dogs which worked but stopped buying because it was so expensive. Still, nothing more expensive then food you need to toss.
We've been feeding our dog this particular food for a couple of years now, and it has really helped her skin, coat, and stomach all work in alignment. She used to get some terrible hot spots and had random vomiting until we switched to this formula. I will say that this food does still smell of salmon, and her feces are quite stinky, but since it has helped her so much, it's a cross we bear. If you can find the lamb formula, that's our absolute favorite (and hers too), and it doesn't have so much lingering odor.
I always like Purina pro plan, however my GSD developed diarrhea when using salmon and rice? Tried several attempts to gradually introduce it but every time first loose stool then diarrhea. When switching to PPP SSAS Lamb and Oatmeal, stool consistency forms right up? Easy switch, and I like the ingredients on salmon, but still happy with Lamb. Only reason I write this is just in case someone else has a similar issue.
I bought this product in hopes it would clear the rash my dog had developed on his stomach as my vet told me the rash was due to an allergy. It unfortunately did not clear the rash, so I'm back to the drawing board for the cause, but my dog LOVES this food. As soon as I put it in the bowl, it's gone! Other dog foods he will let sit for hours before he eats it.