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Buy Antlers for Dogs: The Ultimate Dog Chew Treats for Pets!

Welcome to the yummiest section of our pet store, home of our antlers for dogs! Dog owners far and wide are going gaga over our famous antler dog chews!!! If you have never tried antler dog treats for pets to chew on, then you absolutely do not know what you or your pup are missing! Dogs love chewing, that is a fact. But what do you give them to chew on that will be safe, yummy and will actually last some time? Elk antlers for dogs are the answer and here's why...

Antlers for Dogs & other Yummy Dog Treats

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Check out our very own Rain trying out one of Doggie Diva's antlers for dogs. Yummy!!! Antler dog treats have gained a lot of high customer reviews and loyal customers, too. What makes these elk antlers for dogs great is because it is made with all natural ingredients and can also last longer than any other chew bones. Depending on how aggressive your dog is in chewing, these antlers can last up to six months. It is made will all natural ingredients, meaning no harmful chemicals are used to produce it. These chew bones are also known to help ease your dog’s joint pains and even arthritis.

It can also help whiten your dog’s teeth. It comes in various sizes that are made to complement your dog’s size, too. Whether your dog is a Chihuahua or an English mastiff, you can order the right size of antler dog chews that will keep him occupied for months. It does not cause your dog’s gums to bleed when chewing, unlike some chew toys, and antler treats are also made to train your dog’s chewing behavior.

You will just see the improvement with your dog’s behavior especially when it is not suppose to chew other things at your home. These antlers for dogs are a little bit expensive than other chew bones but are definitely worth the price you pay. At Doggie Diva, we always have free shipping deals going on! Our antler treats also don't smell, stain or splinter (which can’t be said or rawhide bones or deer antlers). Antlers for dogs, especially split antler treats, are a a great toy and way to redirect your dog when your pet is doing something they are not supposed to be doing!

Because it is all natural, it has a great taste that your dog will surely love. This dog treat has a grayish or cream color and a tasty marrow in the center. Because of these certain qualities, more customers are picking up elk antlers for dogs for their happy chewers. You may not always give a second thought to what treats you give your dog. But maybe you should. Our antlers for dogs are safe to chew, even for puppies. You just want to make sure you choose the correct type of antler treat for very young puppies, puppies can be aggressive chewers and you don't want to make it too difficult for them to get to the yummy marrow center.

Certain dog treats can cause indigestion and are often filled with corn-based filler that won’t satisfy your dog’s nutritional needs.“But it’s just a treat!” you might say. Yes, that’s true. But should you let your kids eat terrible sweets and junk several times a day as “treats?” That’s what you do with your dog if the treats you feed him are garbage. Chewing antlers are not only safe, they also can help keep your dog's teeth clean, keep your pup occupied like dog toys do (except these last), and they are definitely the best thing on the markets to allow your pets to chew for a long time.

So, what is healthy for a dog to eat for a treat or toy? Antlers for dogs are a healthy alternative to corny biscuits that your dog will love AND will be great for his body. Dogs can chew on these elk antlers for dogs for days and days, unlike most treats or rawhide bones. Antler dog chews come naturally from elk — the antlers are collected after the elk lose them every year (yep, they grow back!). No harm, no worry. Just a delicious treat. Dogs love when they get through the outer layer and into the marrow!

Elk antlers for dogs differ from deer antlers for dogs, because the deer variety have a tendency to splinter as your dog chews through it. Elk antlers don’t have that problem, which is why our online dog boutique doesn’t sell deer antlers. However, you should take any hard toy or treat away from your dog once it is small enough to accidentally swallow.

As far as tasty pet goodies are concerned, antler treats for dogs are a popular choice, as they last longer with even aggressive chewers and don’t stink once your dog starts chewing. But while a rawhide bone is always a rawhide bone, antler dog chews are a bit different. How fresh the antler is impacts how much it can benefit your dog, so just going with the cheapest antler treats won’t always be cheaper in the long run.

First off, you need to know a little bit about how we get antler treats for dogs. Well, elk shed their antlers every year, and those antlers are gathered and cleaned off to sell as antler dog chews. The sooner the antlers are picked up, the better they are for your dog. Elk antlers naturally have a lot of vitamins and minerals that your dog won’t even notice he’s getting, since he’ll be too busy noming on the tasty antler dog chews.

They are especially healthy if you pick up elk antler dog treats that still have the outer layer of velvet intact. This is the first thing to dry up and fall off, so these are somewhat harder to come by but are definitely worth the trouble. To determine if an antler is fresh, all you need to do is look at the color. If it is stark white, then you have an old, somewhat withered one. But if the antler chews for dogs are grey or cream colored, you have found a source of fresh antlers!

And remember... Doggie Diva's antlers for dogs are a high quality, naturally shed, good for dogs chew toy that doubles as an amazing dog treat in form of an elk bone. Yes, bully sticks are great, but do you know what these things are made of or what they smell like once chewed on by your dogs? Gross!!! Deer antlers for dogs you ask? We say no way, not safe, your dog will go through them too fast and deer antlers love to split and splinter. I don't want my dog eating something they can choke on!