Boiled lean meat, such as chicken or turkey, can be easily digestible and is a good source of protein. Make sure to remove the skin and excess fat before offering it to your dog.
Cooked plain white rice can be a gentle source of carbohydrates that is easy on the stomach. It can help soothe digestive upset and provide a bland diet for a short period.
Plain, canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling) is high in fiber and can help regulate your dog's digestion. It can be particularly useful for both diarrhea and constipation.
Plain, unsweetened yogurt with live active cultures can introduce beneficial bacteria to the gut, aiding in digestion. Probiotics can be beneficial for dogs with upset stomachs.
Homemade or store-bought bone broth is nutritious and can help keep your dog hydrated. It's rich in nutrients and can be enticing for dogs that may not want to eat.
Boiled potatoes without any seasoning or additives can be a good source of easily digestible carbohydrates. They can help provide energy without irritating the stomach.
If your dog is experiencing vomiting or diarrhea, providing an electrolyte solution can help prevent dehydration. You can offer a commercial canine electrolyte solution or make one at home with your veterinarian's guidance.
Instead of giving one large meal, offer smaller, more frequent meals throughout the day. This approach can be easier on your dog's stomach and help prevent overloading the digestive system.