Buck Bone Organics Split Elk Antlers for Dogs, Premium Grade A - Naturally Sourced from Shed Antler, Made in The USA…
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Buck Bone Organics Elk Antler Dog Chew Jumbo Split
Average Length: 8-10 inches
Average Weight: 9-12 ounces
Proudly Sourced in the USA
Premium Grade A Antler
OUR JUMBO SPLIT CHEW is sized for dogs 60 lbs and up, such as a Great Dane, German Shepard, or Golden Retriever.
This Split Bone has exposed marrow, creating a softer chew than our whole antler. Our Splits are a good choice for dogs new to antler, less aggressive chewers, teething puppies, or older dogs. This bone can still be enjoyed by heavy chewers, but won't last as long as the whole cut.
OUR ELK BONES ARE DESIGNED by sizes that are a combination of both length and weight. This helps maintain a consistent, high quality product, from chew to chew. Shapes and density will vary, giving each bone its own original style so it never gets boring for your dog.
Please remove the antler from your pet before it becomes:
1. Small enough to swallow
2. Too hard to chew, or if your dog tries to bite down instead of chewing (this will prevent hurting your dog's teeth).
Antler Chews are a natural product, they will vary in size, shape, weight, density and hue of color.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12 x 3 x 3 inches; 15.2 Ounces
- Item model number : FBA_Buc-1235
- Date First Available : March 3, 2016
- Manufacturer : BUCK BONE ORGANICS NATURAL SHED ANTLER TREAT FOR DOGS
- ASIN : B01CIC6N08
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The first time I gave him the antler, it was clear he had never been given one before. He was very curious and just sniffed it a lot at first, but after a few minutes he was in love! He really likes the exposed marrow and definitely targets it when he chews. As a result, the marrow has broken up a bit and will not last as long as the antler itself but he also enjoys just chewing on the antler so I'm not that worried about him eating all the marrow out of it. He chews on it in short bursts throughout the day and he's had the antler for a few days, and there's still plenty of marrow. The outer antler looks untouched. I anticipate this antler lasting him at least two weeks if not longer. It's possible, if your dog is a powermouth, that they will clean out the marrow very quickly but the bone of the antler will last them.
I highly recommend trying the split antler before the whole antler if you're unsure how your dog will like chewing on an antler or if you've tried whole antlers in the past with no luck. I plan on ordering either the Large whole or the XL split when my dog is done with this Large Split but I'm happy that I tried the split antler first. The marrow entices them to chew more than just the flavor of the outer antler.
No odor, no slime, no splintering. It's a great length for my dog (Lab/GSP). If your dog is a heavy chewer, you should get at least a week out of this chew.
The length is a little deceiving. When I unboxed the antler, I was sure it wasn't the described length (6-7"). It definitely looks about 4-5" but I measured it out of curiosity and it is indeed 6.5".
Very pleased! Do plan to purchase from this seller again.
Wish i could post a picture too. I have several i took !
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Why three stars? The dog may love it, but the tiles on the kitchen floor certainly didn't... It's left a few deep scratches and craters where the dog dragged it around in his fervent chewing frenzy! It's now been consigned to the garden which has somewhat limited its appeal. If you have wooden floors I'd definitely stay steer clear