Under the Weather is happy to announce their distribution partnership with Pet Food Experts. With this new partnership, Under the Weather will now be distributed to over 1,200 independent pet retailers in the Pet Food Experts Midwest territory.
“We are very excited to be part of the Pet Food Experts distribution network,” said Kyla Sternlieb, Founder & President. “I founded Under the Weather based on my passion for helping pets. Working with Pet Food Experts, it’s clear that we are partnering with a distributor that is equally as committed and passionate about improving the lives of our pets.”
Under the Weather was founded in 2015 and is known for its award winning freeze-dried bland diets for dogs with digestive upset. Also offering a complete line of dog and cat supplements and a full CBD line, Under the Weather is a one-stop shop for busy pet parents who need a quick and convenient solution for any sick pet. Under the Weather can be found in over 1,500 retail stores across the country.
"Under the Weather provides pet parents with a variety of products to help their pets with issues from an upset stomach to joint pain," said Antoine Seailles, Market Strategy Manager at Pet Food Experts, "Their portfolio consists of bland diets to pre- and probiotic supplements. They are a solution-oriented company that we are happy to be able to offer our retailers."
Pet Food Experts is a fourth-generation family-owned and operated company headquartered in Pawtucket, Rhode Island Pet Food Experts delivers to over 4,000 retailers in 32 states out of five distribution centers located in Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Washington and Colorado.
Under the Weather donates a portion of every sale to their Ruffy Rescue Fund, named after the dog who inspired the company. The funds are used to help cover the transportation and spay/neuter of pets from overpopulated areas of the U.S. to Vermont for adoption. The Ruffy Rescue Fund has helped save the lives of over 2,000 shelter dogs.
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