Our Antler Natural Dog Chew comes from a sustainable, natural resource. This dog chew comes from the red deer and is full of calcium and minerals that your dogs need. It helps strengthen and clean teeth while satisfying your dog urge to chew. It is odourless and create little or no mess when chewed. The Antler Dog Chew is natural so no two antlers are the same. The colour vary from dark brown to a softer greyish/white.
- Full of healthy minerals and nutrients
- Collagen- Good for bones, tendon, ligaments and cartilage
- Glucosamine- Good for joint and tissues
- Calcium and Phosphorous- Benefits bone and teeth
- Iron- Essential for healthy blood cells
- Potassium- Good for nerve and muscle function
- Magnesium- Aid in storing and proper energy production
Source: Product of United Kingdom
* With the new release of size XS, please note there are adjustments to the size of the Antler (Updated on 4 Jan 2021)
Please refer to the size guide as follow for reference.
As a general guide:
XSmall Antlers (Under 50g)- Suitable for teacup or mini size dog breeds 1kg - 3kg
Small Antlers (50g-75g)- Suitable for small dog breeds weighing 4kg- 8kg (E.g Chihuahua, Maltese)
Medium Antlers (76g- 150g)- Suitable for medium dog breeds weighing 9kg- 14kg (E.g Beagles, Shelties)
Large Antlers (150g- 220g)- Suitable for large dog breeds weighing- 15kg -25kg (E.g Collies, Golden Retriever, Siberian Husky)
XLarge Antlers (220g-270g)- Suitable for Giant Dog Breeds- weighing 25kg above (E.g Bernese Mountain Dog, Old English Sheepdog, German Shepherd)
(We sell all our Antlers by weight, so dimension of the Antlers in the illustration is just for your reference purpose)
100% Natural Deer Antler
Single ingredient product with no preservatives, additives, colours, added sugars or fillers.
Package: Individually Shrink wrapped
Typical Analysis: Protein 32%, natural oil and fat 0.1% Moisture 14% Ash 53% Fibre 3%
Safety Guide:You should be especially wary of cheap, low quality, old antlers which are likely to dry out quickly and become brittle, and sprinter.
Dogs that are aggressive chewers, and chewers that bite, or try to break the antler with their back teeth instead of gnawing, may be susceptible to damaging their teeth, and in this case, it would be best to take it away and offer a treat as a replacement.