Snow Hill Antler Dog Chew 85 lbs

Snow Hill Antler Dog Chew 85 lbs.The Elk is one of the largest species with in Deer family. Cervidae in the world and one of the largest land mammals in North America and Eastern Asia. Elk range in forest and forest-edge habitat, feeding on grasses, plants, leaves, and bark. Male elk have large antlers which are shed each year. Males also engage in ritualized mating behaviors during the rut, including posturing, antler wrestling (sparring), and bugling, a loud series of vocalizations that establishes dominance over other males and attracts females. Although they are native to North America and eastern Asia, they have adapted well to countries in which they have been introduced, including Argentina and New Zealand.Snow Hill proudly brings Elk antlers for Dogs. Snow Hill antlers are premium naturally shed and harvested from wild elk throughout American’s rocky mountain and heartland regions. Snow Hill antlers are specially selected for their size, weight, color and density to ensure a quality chew for your gnawing dog. Antler chews are natural, healthy, odor-free and long-lasting chew that will help keep your dog busy and out of trouble and keep their teeth clean.Long-Lasting: Antler chews last much longer than bulky sticks or chews made of compacted starch or rawhide. Safe chewing: Whole elk antlers for dogs are much less likely to chip or splinter than processed bones as the chewing grinds the antler chew down slowly. Please use caution with aggressive chewers.Healthy: Chew antlers contain many beneficial nutrients and nothing artificial. Odor and stain-free: Antlers have virtually no odor or residue to get on your carpet or furniture.Variety: Antler chews vary in shape, thickness and color. No two are alike and your dog will enjoy the variety in his chews.Safe Chewing Hints:When giving your dog an antler or any hard dog chew, we recommend the following:Supervise your dog. Be very careful giving hard chews (such as antlers) to aggressive chewers as it is possible they could break a tooth. Do not allow your dog to attempt to break the chew in half with his back teeth. Do not allow your dog to consume more than 1/2″ to 1″ per day. If you need to get the antler away from your dog and he doesn’t know “drop it”, you can trade him for a tasty treat such as a piece of cheese.

Antler Dog chew 85 lbs