Antler Dog Chew

£5.99£14.99

Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven’t come across a dog that doesn’t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don’t go off, which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months.

Suitable for puppies aged 10 weeks+

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Antler Dog Chew is a great long-lasting chew that dogs of all sizes, breeds and age enjoy.

Antlers are very healthy as they contain a fantastic amount of minerals as well as lots of protein and fibre. A high fibre diet is essential for regular bowel movement and gut health.

Antlers are good for your dogs’ teeth, as they don’t fill the gaps in teeth and the chewing/gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They’re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet.

Health Benefits of Antler Dog Chew:

  • Collagen – Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage
  • Lipids (aka fats) – Essential for growth and development
  • Glucosamine – Good for joints and tissues
  • Calcium and phosphorous – Benefits bones and teeth
  • Iron – Essential for healthy blood cells
  • Potassium – Good for nerve and muscle function
  • Magnesium – Aids in storing and releasing energy

Antlers are odourless to humans (bonus), but smells delicious to sensitive dog noses.

Where do antlers come from?

Our antler dog chews are cut from naturally shed deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer. They are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure, natural, tasty chews.

Antlers vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another.

How to choose the right size?

We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle.

Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, make sure that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has its dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.

Small: 50-75g (recommended for small breed dogs)
Medium: 75-150g (recommended for medium breed dogs)
Large: 150-220g (ideal for larger dogs)

Antlers are suitable from 16 weeks of age. Supervision is recommended. Please always provide your dog with fresh water.

Other long-lasting chews you might be interested in include full Antlers, Buffalo Horn, Ostrich Bone, Mighty Chomper box; all of them are listed on the Long-Lasting Chews page.

Need help with our products?

Call us on 01484 706 701 or email bernadett@chompandchew.co.uk