Breed

German Spitz


AKC Grouping
Foundation Stock Service
Temperament
  • devoted
  • lively
  • attentive

Demeanor
somewhat reserved

Choosing the Best Dog Food for a German Spitz with a Sensitive Stomach

Your dog food choice can play a vital role in German Spitz suffering from a sensitive stomach. It stinks to have sensitive stomach issues with your dog. What's worse is that it can be caused by all sorts of different reasons. One of the effective methods in alleviating symptoms for a German Spitz with a sensitive stomach is to choose a high-quality dog food. German Spitz may not have often had accessibility to the healthiest dog food.


Breed

German Spitz


AKC Grouping
Foundation Stock Service
Temperment
  • devoted
  • lively
  • attentive
Demeanor
somewhat reserved

The German Spitz is hailed as one of the oldest dog breeds on record. Hailing from the Pomeranian region of southern Germany, fishermen and traders depended on the German Spitz to watch over cargo and catch. Known for their piercing bark, the farmers came to prize the German Spitz as an alarm dog. There are two classifications of the German Spitz breed distinguished only by size. During the period of anti-German sentiment in the United States, the German Spitz was briefly known as the American Eskimo Dog. They most likely survived on a diet of hunting spoil and table scraps. This would have been nutritionally insufficient for those German Spitz suffering from sensitive stomachs.


Energy
active
Grooming
brushing 2-3 times a week
Training
wanting to learn
Shedding
seasonally

This lively breed with an independent streak is a beloved pet to families across Europe and the United States. While the Pomeranian is a wholly separate breed, the German Spitz's characteristics and markings are similar to the Pomeranian, differing only in size. In Germany, the German Spitz is referred to as a dunghill barker as it often sat atop piles of dung performing watchdog duties and would bellow at the sight of a visitor or intruder. The German Spitz does well with other animals and children, but know that its hunting instincts kick in when in the presence of smaller prey and birds. Even though dog owners are more aware of their pet's dietary requirements, selecting the proper dog food for a pet with a sensitive stomach can still be challenging. A sensitive stomach may take place if a dog does not get the best balance of carbs, fats, protein and fiber. One of the troubles dog owners face is the inability to totally know the ingredients or more so the real quality of ingredients used in numerous big brand dog foods. This often leaves dog owners frustrated and confused about picking the most appropriate dog food for their dog with a sensitive stomach.


Your trusted veterinarian will be best suited to diagnose potential causes for your German Spitz's sensitive stomach. Spot & Tango works together with you and your veterinarian to identify the most suited German Spitz food for your German Spitz with a sensitive stomach. Spot & Tango eliminates all the guesswork in selecting German Spitz food by including every ingredient, source and percentage found in their recipes on their website. Knowing the role that healthy ingredients play in developing German Spitz food recipes, Spot & Tango ensures all of their locally sourced beef, lamb & turkey is free of all growth hormones, preservatives and artificial ingredients. German Spitzs with sensitive stomachs especially need the high-quality carbohydrates included in the Spot & Tango recipes. Not unlike humans, German Spitzs need a healthy portion of leafy greens and fruits in their diets to aid indigestion and provide critically needed vitamins and nutrients. German Spitz owners can have peace of mind knowing that the recipes developed for sensitive stomachs by Spot & Tango are composed of healthy, locally sourced ingredients.


The veterinarian nutritionists at Spot & Tango follow the guidelines developed by the American Association of Feed Control Officials to ensure the highest standards of recipe formulation and ingredients for your beloved German Spitz. Committed to the highest quality standards, Spot & Tango prepares all of their recipes in small batches in USDA approved kitchens. The added bonus is that they are shipped straight to your front door! Check out the questionnaire on the Spot & Tango website. We take all the guesswork out of selecting the best dog food for your German Spitz based on its age, activity level and health concerns. At Spot & Tango, your German Spitz's health is our first priority and our recipes reflect this continued commitment to high-quality standards. Having a sensitive stomach can take a toll on your German Spitz's overall health and general disposition. Providing the proper dog food is the first step towards recovery. Treat your German Spitz to the quality ingredients and delicious recipes from Spot & Tango; with front door delivery you'll be treating yourself as well!