A dog, waiting in the kitchen with hungry excitement, deserves the best we can give.
Founded with the belief that pets are family, Underdog is committed to giving pets a high quality of life by providing them with natural, wholesome foods.
Our meals have been scientifically crafted by experts in canine nutrition, to be tasty, nutritious and easily digestible. They also supply optimal levels of essential vitamins, minerals and omega 3s, suitable for all dog breeds, ages and sizes.
With these convenient, ready-to-eat meals, simple thaw, serve and rest assured that you're feeding your beloved pets the very best.
* Formulated in USA to meet nutritional levels established by the FEDIAF & AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.
Lab tested to ensure nutritional adequacy and optimal Omega 3:6 & Ca:P ratios.
* Manufactured in Singapore using only human-grade meats, produce and highest quality supplements.
So fresh, your dog will taste the difference.
Congratulations on making the decision to feed your pet a nutritious, species-specific diet. Studies have shown that incorporating whole foods into the dog food recipe is a natural, effective way to boost your pup’s overall health and well-being.
The best way to transition your pet to a new kind of food is to do it gradually. Not only will this give you and your pet a chance to adjust to the change, but it will also help minimize any digestive issues that may arise.
Even with a gradual approach, however, some digestive issues are completely normal and even to be expected. Changes in your pet’s stool, such as diarrhea, are among the most common effects of any change in diet and are nothing to worry about.
You may also notice a film around your pet’s stool, which is due to the detoxification process that occurs as your pet begins eating healthier, less processed food. Other common symptoms include temporary flare-ups in skin conditions or excess shedding.
The key is to be aware of potential side effects as you transition your pet to a more wholesome, natural diet. As long as your pet remains happy and energetic, these minor digestive and skin issues are no cause for concern, and you can rest assured that you are doing what’s best for their development, health, and long-term welfare.