Large Dog Chew Antler Sampler (1 Deer, 1 Split Elk, 1 Moose)

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Sampler Pack of (3) chews which will include one chew from each species of
moose, elk, and deer chews. This variety pack was put together for those who
are unsure what their dog may like. This way your dog can try all 3 at a
reasonable cost. If you prefer specific parts of the antler or like them to be
split, please message me and I will customize your order how you like.

- 100% Natural Antler from NE Washington and northern Idaho
- Naturally Shed, No Commercial Farms
- Hardened Antlers are composed of calcium, phosphorus, & water.
- Rounded Edges

The center of the antler is softer and tastier to dogs that is similar to bone
marrow. Some antlers are softer than others and you may notice that your dog
chews one antler faster than another. This variation in antlers for dogs makes
it ideal to give your dog several, as they will all be a little different than
the last.

Antlers are a natural product where each antler will be different in color
depending on exposure to sun and moisture. Also, the types of vegetation the
antlers were rubbed by the ungulate before they were naturally shed will affect
the antler color. Antlers are shed each year from December to April before they
start growing a new set of antlers.

*If you need something specific, please include Breed, size, and age in order,
so I can best suit your dog’s needs!

Like any dog chew or toy, you do need to practice some caution when allowing
your dog to chew on an antler. The main concerns are breaking a tooth or
choking on a small piece. To prevent these things from happening, be sure to
supervise your dog's antler chewing. Do not allow the dog to bear down
forcefully with its molars on the antler chew and do not allow the dog to chew
on a piece that is of a size he could choke on. What you want to see is that
the dog chews the antler and wears it down slowly.

So, with all that said, I need to get back to finishing sanding antlers and
check that Max my dog hasn't chewed up all my inventory! :-)

Please email me if you have any questions and thank you for checking out my

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