Original DEER Antler is a delicious and nutritious dog chew. Only 100% naturally shed antlers are used; no animals are harmed in the making or collecting of this product. With Original DEER Antler, you’ll find all the benefits of raw bone chews. These antlers are hypoallergenic and provide a rich source of protein and phosphorus. If you have experience with short lived chews, these chews will surprise you with just how long they last. They typically last 2-4 weeks, and, best of all, leave no stains and are odor free.
My puppy can't have regular treats due to she only has one kidney and can't have alot of protein. So this gives her chewing and flavor of real bones without hurting her kydneys.
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Long-lasting and dogs LOVE them!!! by Babzilla from SW Ohio12/09/2012
These are the best 'chewies' I've ever found. A much better alternative to rawhide and nylabones. My dogs go through one each every 4-6 weeks, so they are really cost effective, No artificial anything and all natural so no worries about tainted products and recalls.
love the antlers!!!!!!!!!!!!! by becky from St. Louis, MO11/19/2012
It's so nice to have such an all-natural chew toy for my crazy chewer!!
My dogs LOVE them by mightygeo from miklwaukee01/08/2013
I didnt think my dogs would like these because they arent big fans of anything unflavored, but htye LOVE these. The nice thing is that they arent messy and they last a pretty long time. I have to get some more!
Has seen no action by Vince from Brick, N.j.12/16/2012
Maybe my two dogs just are not chewers, but the have not even nibbled on them.
A note about deer antlers by Chi Mom02/17/2012
Just a word of caution for people who buy deer antlers -- I used to give them to all my chihuahuas to chew on -- they loved them -- my smallest chi would drag his around and chew on constantly. Well last year at his dental they discovered that four of his teeth were so worn down the roots were showing and they had to be pulled. Vet told me not to let my dogs chew on anything that's as hard as their teeth. One of my other chis who didn't chew on the deer antlers that much still ended up with a crack in one his teeth. I'm not saying don't buy them -- just please think about if it's worth the risk that your dog could hurt his teeth. See what your vet things about them .
Small dog chew by jcl09 from VA02/06/2013
I bought a small and medium antler for a friend's small- and medium-sized dogs. The antlers seem to be good quality, and their price was excellent, but both dogs preferred the medium size - maybe the proportion of marrow to covering was higher? Or perhaps it was just that "I want what you have" thing dogs have going on. I've heard recently that elk antlers are better for dogs (less likely to crack a tooth), but I'm not sure. At the moment the dogs are happy.