About Annamaet

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True Potential!

Annamaet Petfoods, a truly family owned and operated company, has been providing healthiest dog food and cat food through nutrition since 1986. Our commitment to quality is resolute, with zero recalls in our history.

See the difference that Annamaet Petfoods can make in your pet’s life! We offer a variety of grain free dog and cat food options for pets with sensitive stomach, and our food can help promote urinary health in cats, stronger joints, a healthier skin and coat, and improved digestion – all contributing to a stronger heart and a happier pet.

Give your pet the best food they deserve with Annamaet Petfoods.

All meat and fish used in our formulas are passed fit for human consumption.  All of our products are the healthiest food, which means they are corn, wheat and soy free

Rob Downey, the founder of Annamaet Petfoods, has dedicated many years studying nutrition to improve the health and well being of your canine companions. He is also a board-certified Vet Nutritionist, ensuring Annamaet produces only the best kibbles and formulas for all your pet’s needs.

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Our premium, carefully crafted pet foods are designed to address common issues like allergies, weight management, and digestive health.

We Keep Your Pets Healthy & Comfortable,
Granting You More Time With Them.

We use only the highest quality ingredients to create recipes that not only meet but exceed your pet’s nutritional requirements.

Annamaet Dog Formulas

Annamaet Cat Formulas

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The Annamaet's Difference

Dried Cranberries

 Superfood full of antioxidants and fiber that offer numerous health benefits. Also helps to prevent UTI for cats and dogs.

Meets AAFCO and WSAVA Guidelines

Annamaet has 2 board certified vet nutritionist to ensure the formulas are best for our pets’ health and welfare.

Marine Microalgae

Achieve shiny fur and healthy skin. Support joints and optimal heart function.

Taurine

Regulate blood flow, improves brain and heart health. Also helps to promote healthy vision and digestion.
 

Dried Chicory Root

Prime source of prebiotics, promoting optimal digestion and boosting immune system for our pets.

Tailored Nutrition for Every Dog's Needs

Be it non-chicken, Grain Free, Hypoallergenic, or even Low Fat! We have it all!
 

Artisanal Approach

Annamaet's Timeline

1986
Annamaet Started

1986

1988
Annamet Adult was Introduced

1988

1995
Annamaet Option was Introduced

1995

2010
Canine Grain-Free Formulas Were Released

2010

2011
Annamaet Lean was Introduced

2011

2015
Marine microalgae (Source of omega 3) is added to all formulas

2015

2020
Annamaet Senior was Introducted

2020

2022
Annamaet Sensitive Skin & Stomach was Introduced

2022

2022
Annamaet Entered Singapore

2022

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      Works by Rob Downey

      Downey, R. L., Kronfeld, D.S., and Banta, C.A. “Diet of Beagles Affects Stamina.” Journal American Animal Hospital Association, Vol.16 (1980), pp. 273-7.

      Spoo, J.W., Downey, R.L., Griffitts, C., Horst, R.J., Levine, C.B., Childs, R.M., Wakshlag, J.J., “Plasma Vitamin D Metabolites and C-Reactive Protein in Stage-Stop Racing Endurance Sled Dogs.” Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Vol. 29 (2015), pp. 519-525.

      NRC, “Physical Activity and Environment.” Nutrient Requirements ofDogs and Cats, National Academies Press (2006), Editor Bietz D.C.,pp 258-312, Chapter 11.

      Wakshlag, J.J., Kraus M., Downey R.L., Vachhani P., “The Influence of High-Intensity-Moderate Duration Exercise on Cardiac Troponin I and C-Reactive Protein in Sled Dogs.” Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine,Vol. 24 (2010), pp.1-5.

      Kronfeld, D.S., Downey, R. L., “Nutritional Strategies for Stamina in Dogs and Horses.” Proceedings, Nutritional Society Australia, Vol. 6(1981), pp. 21-29.

      Kronfeld, D.S., Atkins, T. O., Downey, R. L., “Nutrition, Anaerobic and Aerobic Exercise, and Stress.” Nutrition of the Dog and Cat, Ed.Burger, I.H., Rivers, J.P.W., Cambridge University Press, 1989, pp.133-45.

      Kronfeld, D.S., Downey, R. L., and Banta, C.A., “Stamina of Beagle is Influenced by Diet.” Proceedings, American College Veterinary Internal Medicine, Seattle (1979), P. 105.

      Huntingford, J.L., Levine, C.B., Mustacich, D.J., Corrigan, D., Downey, R.L., Wakshlag, J.J., “The Effects of Low Intensity Endurance Activity on Various Psychological Parameters and Exercise Induced Oxidative Stress in Dogs.” Open Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 4 (2014) pp. 134-44

      Downey, R.L., “Heat Stress in Dogs.” Howl, Vol. 5 (1989), pp. 6-13.

      Downey, R.L., “Feeding for Winning.” Hounds and Hunting, Vol. 76(1979), pp. 32-36.

      Downey, R.L., “Musher (With a Difference!) With Leatha Braden.” Siberian World, Vol. 3 (1979), pp. 3-8.