[New Product] Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet

Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs

Feeding a sick dog can be a challenge. When your pet has vomiting and/or diarrhea, even the highest quality food may be harsh on a sensitive stomach. During times of such acute illness, veterinarians often prescribe a bland diet. Though it sounds simple, many of us barely have time to cook for ourselves, let alone for our pets. Learn why Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs is the perfect solution to soothe upset stomachs and nourish sick pets back to good health.

What causes vomiting and diarrhea in dogs?

When your pet experiences vomiting and/or diarrhea, it may be difficult to isolate the cause. Many things can cause the expulsion of stomach contents from one end or the other.

Causes of vomiting and diarrhea in dogs include:

  • Gulping/overeating
  • Food allergies
  • Hairballs/ingestion of non-food items
  • Viral or bacterial infections
  • Cancer
  • Kidney disease
  • Reaction to medications
  • Worms and other parasites
  • Eating plants
  • Exposure to poisons/toxins

Diagnosing and treating dogs with vomiting and diarrhea

Dogs love to explore, smell and taste most everything in their surroundings. This can lead to stomach trouble and digestive imbalance. Some episodes of vomiting or diarrhea may be isolated incidents that resolve on their own. Other times, there may be a systemic illness or disorder that requires diagnosis and treatment.

Following an episode of vomiting and/or diarrhea, it is vital that you keep your pet well hydrated. Provide plenty of fresh, clean drinking water and monitor your pet to make sure he or she is urinating appropriately.

If episodes are continuous or accompany anorexia, lethargy or other signs of illness, pet parents should seek veterinary evaluation to diagnose the cause of vomiting or diarrhea as soon as possible.

When being evaluated for vomiting and diarrhea, it’s important to let your vet know if your pet is on any medications, has any allergies, or has the habit of chewing on objects like pillows, socks, shoes or houseplants.

A veterinary workup for vomiting and diarrhea may include tests like

  • X-rays to identify a foreign object in the stomach
  • Toxicology testing if poisoning is suspected
  • Fluoroscopy to evaluate how food passes through your pet’s digestive system
  • Esophagoscopy and endoscopy of the esophagus and stomach to look for ulcers, tumors or parasites
  • Food allergy testing to identify food sensitivities

Once diagnosis of the cause of vomiting/diarrhea is completed, your veterinarian may place your pet on food restrictions and recommend a bland diet until his or her digestive system is functioning properly. Medications or digestive enzymes may also be recommended.

Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs soothes agitated tummies

Buy Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs online at 1800PetMeds

When your pet’s stomach is too sensitive for his or her regular food, turn to Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs. This limited ingredient, freeze-dried bland diet is ideal for pets who are recouperating from an illness or otherwise unable to eat commercial pet food.

This easy-to-prepare meal will be easy on your dog’s delicate digestive system. Plus, it provides essential nutrients to get your pet through an acute illness and help restore normal digestive function. The only ingredients are white rice and real, 100% human-grade, white meat chicken, so you can be sure you won’t be giving your pet anything that will further aggravate an already upset stomach.

Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs is quick and easy to prepare — just add boiling water, stir and let cool to room temperature. Your dog will love the just-like-homemade taste and you will love the convenience. The U.S.A.-raised chicken rehydrates to a state very close to fresh meat in both taste and appearance. It’s like giving your dog a meal of freshly boiled poultry without all the hassle of cutting and cooking. Plus, the zippered bag lets you reseal unused portions to keep your pet’s bland diet as fresh as the day it was opened.

Each bag contains four servings for dogs weighing less than 25 lbs, three servings for dogs weighing 25-50 lbs, or 2 servings for dogs weighing over 50 lbs. Be prepared for your pet’s next bout of vomiting and diarrhea by keeping a few bags of Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs to help ease your pet back to a state of healthy digestion.

 

 

 

Win FREE Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs!

Would you like to have a bland diet alternative on hand for the next time your pet needs it? Just leave a comment below telling us why you and your pet need FREE Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs from 1800PetMeds!

We will be giving away two bags of Under the Weather Chicken & Rice Freeze Dried Bland Diet for Dogs. Two winners will be chosen at random on Tuesday, September 5, 2017, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

Congratulations to the drawing winners: Dan S and Jami R. Look for an email from us about claiming your prize. 

 

 

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121 Comments

  1. When I was growing up and had an upset tummy, my Mom’s favorite thing was to make homemade chicken and rice soup. I would start out the morning with chicken broth….then if things stayed down…..I got the chicken and rice! Worked every time. I have cooked chicken broth for my sick pets and would be quite interested in trying this chicken/rice bland diet. It sounds like something they would enjoy…….they are picky…….just like my kids!

  2. Stella would love this when her tummy is upset, especially since I’m not a great cook.

  3. My two Irish wolfhounds are always having one illness or another and when they get like that, they refuse to eat most foods. Would love the chance to try a different food next time one is ill. Thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Our dog Takaani is having stomach issues now. It would be great to get some of this to see if this would help him. He has sensitive stomach issues.

  5. I would love this my rescue puppy
    Often gets into things he shouldn’t and refuses to eat anything so this would be awesome I know he would enjoy this when his tummy is hurting

  6. I would love this. My dogs have gotten sick several times, chicken and rice helps calm their stomachs and digestive tracts.

  7. Would make life easier. Lots of work goes into making a bland diet.

  8. It would be great to have this on hand and not have to leave a sick dog to go to the grocery to get the chicken and rice!

  9. We have 3 large breed dogs in our household family. This would be fantastic! Great stocking stuffer for Xmas, as well!

  10. This would be helpful because she has IBS and has to eat prescription dog food This would be ideal for her stomach

  11. Our rescue Great Dane mix puppy would definitely need this whenever she has a bout of diarrhea. She has a very sensitive stomach & we have to always have a can of pumpkin stocked just in case. We would rather have this Under the Weather bland food stocked instead.

  12. Both of my dogs can’t seem to help themselves from eating acorns even though it bloated them and gives them horrid gas. My one Chiweinie Puppy comes over to me all pathetic looking and flips on her back for me to burp her. In addition to that she has hip and knee dysplasia and takes meloxicam which is hard on her belly. I’ve gone as far as making her dog food out of rice, veggies, and chicken

  13. I would love to have this on hand for my 11 year old BC ,Zeus. Although he is fine you just never know what they may eat (he is fond of chicken poop!) or at his age what may be an issue.

  14. I travel a lot for agility trials and need to have bland diets on hand, just in case

  15. It would be great to have a bland diet on hand for Ms. Chica’s sensitive tummy!

  16. My little Yorkie papas could use this due to he not having a good appetite because his little stomach not being able to digest properly I love my little one he means the world to me and what ever I can do to make him happy I will

  17. Mary my 11 year old Scottie has Cushing. She has an excess hunger because of the illness. She eats everything ( many things that are not good for her) sometimes she gets sick to her stomach and throws up. I keep Science Diet id on hand to feed her until she is feeling better. But my vet is 1 1/2 hours away ( I moved 2 years ago but love and trust my vet ). I found out the hard way you can’t just buy id at pets smarts, or any other pet supply without a prescription from a vet. So now I make a point to stock up when I am at my vet to pick up meds for Mary and another one of my dogs that is crippled after being hit by a truck 3 years ago. It would be nice to find something that I could buy without a prescription.

  18. My miracle boy, an 11 year old rescue 46 pound malamute/rotti/husky mix survived bloat earlier this year, they wanted to do emergency surgery or put him to sleep that night. I had them make him comfortable and brought him home, and gave him some natural ingredients. By 11 AM he was back to his self. Took him to the vet who was shocked after he did all of the Ultrasounds and blood tests. However, he is always watched now, takes prilosec daily and gas-x whenever he gets a bit uncomfortable.
    I would love to have a chance to try this for him for when he is feeling ick.

  19. I believe having this product on hand would be beneficial in a safety kit for our animals. Humans have safety kits just in case of a natural or unforeseen disaster, why not our loved fur babies. Because this product is freeze dried, I’d assume the shelf life is much longer and would come in handy for our beloved Jemma J. Pom owner here!!

  20. Omg I have two small dogs that eat grass all the time and then throw up!! Would love to try this on them. Ty for the chance

  21. This would be helpful for when my shih tzu gets into “Kitty Roca” and gets sick a few times a year.

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