RD : A lot of people ask, why is there a moose on every bag of Annamaet and what does the word "Manitok," the name of our red meat grain free formula, mean? "Manitok" is an Inupiat Eskimo word that means “rugged.” Why would you name a dog food “rugged”?
Annamaet Grain Free Manitok Formula Dry Dog Food | PetFlow
Annamaet’s treats are the EXACT same formula as their dog foods with the same name. So Manitok treats are exactly the same as Manitok dog food. Except Manitok treats are $8.99 for 10 oz making them $14.40 a pound while Manitok dog food is $17.99 for 5.5 lbs making it $3.27 a pound.
Annamaet Grain Free Manitok Red Meat Formula Dry Dog Food
Annamaet’s red meat Manitok is now a fresh meat formula! Manitok has been reformulated due to the difficulty in obtaining the buffalo needed to meet our strict quality standards. Our grain free Manitok now contains deboned lamb and venison. The recipe is also potato free. The word Manitok means “rugged” in the Inuit Eskimo language and this formula was named in reference to an unfortunate encounter between a moose and Rob Downey, President of Annamaet Petfoods – hence the moose on every bag! Manitok is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for “ALL LIFE STAGES” (Gestation, Lactation, Growth and Maintenance).
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