Frequently Asked Questions
Our team of Nutrition Consultants at Inukshuk are always ready to answer any questions you may have about our food and dog nutrition. For an in-depth consultation on what you need to feed, give us a call at 1 (800) 561-0072 and we will gladly help you.
Below are some of the most commonly asked questions we get from our customers. They cover some key factors about Inukshuk Professional Dog Food and are a great way to get things started.
Q – Can I feed Inukshuk like any other dog food?
A – Inukshuk is designed specifically for working and high energy dogs. Please always ensure you follow feeding guidelines as free feeding is not recommended.
Q – What is CoreyTec™ Energy Infusion?
A – CoreyTec™ is the unique process in which Inukshuk is made. We use fine grinding for increased digestibility. Vacuum Infusion to increase nutrient and energy density and lower overall carbohydrates. Finally we add natural vitamin E as a preservative with a 1 way freshness valve to ensure you always receive the freshest product possible.
Q – You say you are the most nutrient dense / lowest carbohydrate food. How do you compare to other competitive dog foods?
A – Inukshuk is made with more meat-based energy than any competitive products. Our 30/25 formula has approximately 20% more meat-based energy and fewer carbs than the average premium dog food. Our Inukshuk 32/32 formula has 30-50% more meat-based energy than the average premium dog food competitor.
Q – What if I want to use Inukshuk but I don’t need your high energy formulas?
A – We recommend you use our Inukshuk 26/16 formula, which is a great maintenance diet.
Q – How is Inukshuk delivered?
A – Inukshuk Professional Dog Food is delivered via common freight carriers across Canada and the Continental USA. These prices are delivered to destination that DOES NOT include lift gate service, inside delivery service, residential delivery, re-delivery fees or applicable taxes. Not all zip codes are eligible service points. Please call to verify delivery availability.
Q – How do you pronounce 'Inukshuk'?