Antlers for Dogs 101 | Chews Wisely - Mountain Dog Chews

The short answer? Yes! Elk antler dog chews that are made from premium quality antlers, and have not been artificially flavored or colored, should be perfectly safe for your dog to consume.

Antler Source | Safe & Healthy Elk Antler Dog Chews - Only Natural Pet

Our GIANT-SPLIT Elk Antler Chews are made from the highest quality Elk antlers Available anywhere! These sturdy Split-Antler chews allow your Dog safe and easy access to the healthy and yummy marrow ...

Buying Guide | Elk Antler Dog Chews

Elk antler dog chews using only Top Grade Elk antler for the safety of your dog. Our GIANT-SPLIT Elk Antler Chews are made from the highest quality Elk antlers Available anywhere! These sturdy Split-Antler chews allow your Dog safe and easy access to the healthy and yummy marrow ...

Dogs chew the marrow out, leaving an empty outer rim.

SMALL-SPLIT Premium Antler Chews are made from the highest quality Elk antlers Available anywhere! Our sturdy Split-Antler chews allow your Dog safe, yet easy access to the healthy and nutrient rich marrow center!

Are Antlers Safe for Dogs? – Marking Our Territory


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.Feel good knowing that with elk antler chews from Mountain Dog Chews you are "treating" your dog to the absolute best. Benefits include: (i) rich source of minerals and nutrients; (ii) natural product of the USA, without additives; (iii) long lasting, safe and no splinters; (iv) mess-free and odor-free; and (v) not a slaughter house by-product!
Antlers are one of the only chews I deem safe for my dogs, however they are definately a danger to my health when I step on one of them in the middle of the floor at night. Most painful thing in the world, I swear! I get Jumbo Elk Antlers for my 2 English Mastiffs, they seem to last much longer than white tail or moose antlers.In addition to serving as a safe chewing option for dogs, elk antler chews also offer some nutritional benefits. For example, they’re a natural source of glucosamine, calcium, phosphorous, and other elements that support healthy bones and teeth. Many dogs also seem to prefer the earthy natural taste.