Antler Dog Chew
Antler Dog Chew
All our antler dog chews are all-natural as they come from wild animals or from farmed animals that are never given any steroids, unnecessary antibiotics or other growth promoting chemicals. Natural dog antler chews are much longer lasting than rawhide or synthetic chew toys, even longer than raw bones. this is due to their high calcium content of these bone-like natural growths.
Deer antler chew toys contain many of the best nutrients that your dog craves. A great natural source for calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, zinc & manganese. All this in a compact, odorless and mess-free, all-natural dog chew form. Your dog will love em.
Being hard antler exposed to the weather, Antler Chews are stronger than raw bones and are of a finer texture. Antler Dog Chews cut from real hard antler will not easily break or chip like cooked or raw bones might. Each dog antler chew is different, as is each dog that loves them, hence, it is hard to predict how a dog will consume them. Your dogs chewing action and the digestive action of the dogs own saliva slowly yields delicious morsels of antler for your dog to enjoy. Deer antler chew toys are long lasting, tasty and safer for your dog! So its easier for you to reward your favorite pet. However always use caution when first offering your dog an antler chew treat. Supervise their activity so they do not attempt to swallow or break the antler. Always buy antler chews approximately proportionate to your dogs body size.
Our antler chews for dogs are all-natural products right off the animal. Every antler is different, hence each of our antler chews is different. That difference maybe why dogs find them irresistible.
We offer dog antler chews for sale in several sizes (Chihuahua-sized, small, medium, large and Mastiff-sized). Just simply match the size of the antler chew stick to your dogs size. Slicing reveals the antler chews marrow which dogs love, but in turn reduces the time it takes for doggy to consume the dog chew. Sliced dog chews do however have a greater risk of splitting and sharp edges if very aggressively chewed.