Antler Chew Deer - Large – AntlerBone Antler Dog Chews

By FAR, I prefer elk antler over any over species of cervids (whitetail deer, mule deer, red stag, etc.), as the antler material offers optimal density — which makes for a chew that is durable, but also more safe. Elk chews actually are LESS dense than other antler chews as its outer-structure / marrow ratio is much lower. By contrast, most deer antlers are incredibly hard throughout (think jawbreaker hard), while lacking much in the way of core marrow. I have found that such other antler offerings carry too high a risk of causing slab fractures (Ouch! I can’t imagine the pain of a broken tooth…) for me to feel comfortable offering them to our dog, much less endorsing them to the market through Mountain Dog Chews. Too, although all antlers are less likely to splinter as compared to cooked meat bones, elk (and moose, also) chews can be virtually worry-free from splintering (if processed correctly and sized appropriately), while deer antlers may readily snap or crack when at the mercy of a voracious chewer – to me, personally, it’s an an apples to oranges comparison.

She eat this Ziwipeak Deer Antler Dog Bone from 2016/9/18 until now it's a good bone me and Small Yellow like it!

Over the past couple years we’ve been hearing rave reviews about deer antlers for dogs. If you have Labrador Retrievers in your house then you probably run into some of the same issues we do with Dublin, our yellow lab, and Stetson, our black lab. Those two boys just love to chew up their , treats, chews, rawhides…you name it, they chew it. In fact, Stetson can chew up a giant pressed rawhide bone in less than 5 minutes! That’s the same bone that used to take Dublin 2 weeks to polish off (now it takes him about a half hour). Some of the things we’ve heard about these wonderful antler dog chews are:

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Our Deer Antler Dog Bones sourced from New Zealand deer raised on grass-fed farms You are correct that I am not an authority on dog products, deer antlers, dog chewables, and “rawhide bones”. This is a blog where I share my experiences raising guide and service dog puppies. Six years ago the guide dog school asked us not to give our puppies deer antlers, but still recommended rawhides and sterile bones. The school places over 300 puppies every year and based on their experience and research they deemed it okay to allow us to give their puppies rawhide.

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are set apart from traditional bones as they will not stain your carpet, splinter or turn into slimy goo, AND they last much longer than other dog chews. Antler chews for dogs are naturally shed deer or elk antler pieces, NO fillers, preservatives, added color or anything else! They make great healthy dog treats!

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