Sensitive Diets

Sensitive Puppy/Junior

Sensitive Adult Dog Food

Sensitive Light/Senior Dog Food

Sensitive Partners Wet Dog Food

Sensitive Crunchy Bites Dog Treats

Sensitive Adult Dry Cat Food

Home / Sensitive Diets


Sensitive Diets


sensitive pet food

Welcome to our dedicated sensitive section. On this page you will find some helpful blogs and articles from our Nutrition Advisor Ness Bird on all things sensitive!
Our Sensitive range is extremely popular and regularly receives praise for helping dogs and cats with digestive and/or skin sensitivities get back to optimum health and vitality.

  • All sensitive recipes include ocean white fish as their main protein source which is easily digested and metabolised for efficient bodily functioning.
  • Each recipe has an excellent omega-3 to omega-6 ratio which may help alleviate inflammation and support the immune system.
  • Our grain free sensitive recipes include potato as their carbohydrate source and our sensitive dry dog food recipes also have the inclusion of sweet potato for a steady release of energy throughout the day.
  • As with all Arden Grange products, our Sensitive recipes do not include the common ingredients known to provoke adverse food reactions in dogs - *wheat gluten, beef, soya and dairy products.
  • We do not include artificial colourings and flavourings in our diets and are preserved naturally.
  • Each dry diet recipe includes prebiotics FOS and MOS to help support gut health.
  • All diets include joint supplements to help mobility.
  • Our sensitive range includes;
    Sensitive Puppy / Junior, which can be fed to puppies from weaning
    Sensitive Adult dog food
    Sensitive Light / Senior dog food, which has less calories for older dogs or those needing to lose weight
    Sensitive Partners wet dog food
    Sensitive Crunchy Bites dog treats
    Sensitive adult dry cat food

Get in touch to find out more about our Sensitive product or our product range, call 01273 - 833390 or email


Itchy dogs and cats
Adverse food reactions in dogs
Minimising exposure to allergens in dogs and cats
Feline nutrition
Changing dry cat food brands
7 signs your pet has a sensitive stomach
7 signs your pet has sensitive skin
5 ways to help long-term digestive health
What to do if your pet has an upset tummy!
Why your cat or dog has diarrhoea



By clicking "Accept" you agree to the use of cookies to enhance your browsing experience. These cookies will anonymously analyse and measure engagement with our website content. Learn more about your choices and cookies. You can withdraw your consent at any time.