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Sensitive Stomach Adult Dog Biscuits Chicken & Whole Brown Rice Recipe

NATURAL CHOICE® Sensitive Stomach Adult Biscuits Chicken & Whole Brown Rice Recipe helps with healthy digestion while your dog snacks. Our natural dog treats contain fiber sources from coconut, chicory, pumpkin, whole wheat, whole brown rice and oatmeal to make a healthy snack for dogs with sensitive stomachs.

Package Sizes Available: 32 oz.
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Overview and Key Benefits

  • Nutrition for Sensitive Stomachs
    Our natural blend of fibers helps strengthen digestive health.
  • Healthy Fiber Sources
    Our biscuits are fortified with whole grains and pumpkin, a natural antioxidant source.
  • Digestive Balance
    Natural coconut fibers help strengthen intestinal defenses.
  • Quality, Natural Ingredients
    Our natural dog biscuits contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
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Ingredients and Guaranteed Analysis

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min.) 12.50%
Crude Fat (Min.) 8.00%
Crude Fiber (Max.) 3.00%
Moisture (Max.) 11.00%
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Feeding Guidelines

These are the recommended feeding amounts based on an ideal body condition for adult dogs of various weights. Feed suggested amounts throughout the day as a complement to your dog’s normal diet. As with any treat, when feeding the recommended amount of NATURAL CHOICE® Adult Dog Biscuits, you should decrease the amount of your dog’s main meal or increase exercise by 10 percent each day. Always monitor your pet while feeding a treat. Keep fresh drinking water available at all times. See your veterinarian regularly. To help maintain freshness, we recommend sealing the bag tightly and storing it in a cool, dry location.

Dog Weight (lbs.) Biscuits per Day
12 – 25 1 – 2
25 – 50 2 – 3
50 – 75 3 – 4
75 – 100+ 4 – 5+
Calorie Content
Calorie Content/(Calculated)
(kcal/kg) ME 3,547
Calories (kcal) per Biscuit 32

Product Reviews

Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Dog Loves New Formula and It Helps Him My dog has had stomach issues for years. He liked the old formula and did okay on it so we were a little worried about trying the new one. He LOVES the new formula and I can honestly say he's been even better on it! These biscuits are really the only ones his stomach can tolerate. February 24, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sensitive Stomach I have a Golden Retriever with a sensitive stomach. The formula HAS changed and the new one upsets my dogs stomach. The biscuit has a different texture and density. The former product was excellent. January 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by New Vs Old My dog absolutely does not like the new formula. They upset her stomach. The old formula was much more to her liking. December 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by my dogs love them... I dont know why there are so many negative reviews on dogs love these. My dogs dont really have sensitive stomachs but, they love the taste. One review mentioned about the old card board boxes...i am so glad they got rid of those!!!! Yes, these bags are a little more money but, it is comforting knowing the biscuits are going to be more fresh!! Years ago, i got a box from a local (nationwide chain) pet store and it was full of bugs...I went to exchange and every box the manger pulled out was bad. (i truely beleive it was infested at the store)....went to a different store and bought a box....I wont lie, it would be nice to see these on sale more least $2-$3 off, not just 50 cents off.....but my dogs do love them so, i will buy them no matter what..... December 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good but too expensive We loved both the old and new formula. Really like the addition of pumpkin -- really helps dogs with sensitive tummies. However, there are many fewer buscuits now and a) it's alot more expensive and b) what a waste of packaging -- cardboard boxes were recyclable! Found some old boxes of the old type at Big Lots but we're running out. Don't know what I'm going to do next. December 6, 2012
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