Treatment Type: Foods and Treats
Rated for: Yorkshire Terrier
Posted Apr. 6, 2018
Though it's a very high quality diet, it has a bit more fat and about 25% more protein then recommended for GI problems.
You can try it and see how your dog does on it, but I would recommend using some diet designed specifically for GI problems like Hill's i/d or Royal Canin gastrointestinal.
Due to the fact that it's based on Salmon and rice it can be used as novel protein in elimination diet trials, if the cause of your dogs problem is suspected to be food allergy/intolerance, unless of course you feed your dog salmon regularly.