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Annamaet Introduces “Small Breed Salmon” Formula

Made with salmon and free-range, grass-fed lamb, Annamaet’s newest formula best meets the needs of small breeds.




(PRESS RELEASE) LAS VEGAS — Annamet Petfoods Inc., the peak in pet nutrition, exhibits Annamaet Small Breed Salmon, a new bite-sized kibble formula designed specifically for small and toy breed dogs at SuperZoo 2023.

Description automatically generatedBest designed to meet the nutritional needs of small breeds, this formula is made with salmon and free-range, grass-fed lamb. This grain-inclusive dog food is formulated with a stable and sustainable source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids, and DHA which is critical for brain health and helps to deter inflammation. The use of chelated minerals supports the immune system and optimum mineral absorption while the addition of prebiotics and probiotics support GI and microbiome gut health. Annamaet Small Breed Salmon also has fewer calories compared to other small breed dog foods to help smaller dogs maintain a healthy weight.

“Even the smallest dogs can have a big place in our hearts, and they deserve the very best when it comes to nutrition and care,” said Robert Downey, founder and president of Annamaet Petfoods Inc. “We’re committed to providing optimum nutrition pet food, treats and supplements to dog and cat parents, and this new Small Breed Salmon dog food is a wonderful addition to our product line.”

Annamaet Small Breed Salmon is made in the USA with carefully sourced ingredients and the highest quality control standards. It has been formulated to meet all the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages, and is available in 4lbs and 12lbs sizes. MSRP starts at $17.99.

To learn more about Annamaet Petfoods visit For more information, media inquiries, hi-res images, or interview requests, contact Kerry Sutherland at and learn more at SuperZoo 2023, Booth #3851.




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