Horn Dog Antler Chews are harvested from natural North American deer sheds and contain no plastics, petrochemicals, empty starches, or artificial flavors. These rugged, long-lasting antler chews help whiten teeth and freshen breath. They are allergen-free and organic, and they are safe for any dog. Also, antler chews will not splinter, so they're safer than bones and uniquely sustainable as a chew. They are perfect to satisfy your dog's most intense chewing needs. Remember you should always supervise your pet while using antler treats. Made in the USA.
Note: Sizes may vary as this is a natural product. To make up for size differences, antlers with wide girths may be shorter and thinner antlers may be longer than others in the same size group.
Natural source of essential minerals such as Calcium, Glucosamine, Iron & Potassium
Supports bone, joint, and muscle health
Aids in kidney function & improved wound healing
Cleans teeth - does not splinter or chip Typically lasts longer than a rawhide chew
Made in the USA!
Antler Sizes - Choose according to the size and chewing level of your dog. Recommended for dogs & puppies based on the weights below pounds:
Small: Recommended for
Medium: Recommended for dogs 40 pounds and over (approximately 5 to 6-inch chew)
Large: Recommended for dogs over 110 pounds (approximately 6 to 7-inch chew)
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