If your vet has diagnosed your dog with gastroenteritis, this means they're suffering from inflammation of their stomach and intestines. It can be caused by a whole host of things including; bacteria, viruses, parasites, medication and even new foods. The most common signs of this illness are sickness and diarrhoea.
Though our freshly prepared, gently cooked meals are easy to digest and gentle on tummies, some dog's stomachs aren't used to fresh food and the freshly prepared ingredients that are inside. This is why we always recommend a slow transition over to Butternut, particularly if your dog has been eating a commercial dry or wet diet.
If your dog is recovering from gastroenteritis, it’s probably worth waiting until they’re 100% back to feeling like themselves before making a change to their diet - their digestion will still be delicate. Offer them lots of fresh water whilst they get better and when they’re back to themselves you can start the transition.