Deer O Deer antlers are 100% natural deer antler bone. Antlers are a long lasting chew that does not splinter making them ideal for even the strongest chewers. They are rich in calcium and minerals making these a great chew that the dogs love.
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Posted by Janie on 7th Jul 2015
I bought these for my girl to have in the car for something to keep her amused and they are fantastic. They don't splinter or smell like bones. Very happy.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Mar 2015
Decided to try these as my GSP x mastiff destroys anything I give her in seconds, I've had to stop giving her bones as she breaks shards off the ends, swallows them and then regurgitates them and to my horror they're very sharp. No such issues here. After realizing she can't destroy them she didn't obsess over them like with bones but keeps going back to it... as a bonus this means she doesn't steal the 2nd antler I gave to my Australian Shepherd.
Great value, pet shop sells thin pieces the length of my hand for almost the same price.
Posted by Eve Higgins on 2nd Mar 2015
So these antlers turned up in good time and they are significantly larger than anything I've seen in the local pet stores (often for more money too!) so I am very impressed.
I am not quite as impressed with our Trevor who has decided that Antlers are for burying. I've dug the bloody thing up about 10 times already, offered it to him as a new treat, left it for him to find unexpectedly, locked the dog flap so he has to stay inside with it etc. etc. He just carries it around until he finds a suitable place to bury it again. I'm leaving it buried now to see if he digs it up one day but I've been waiting a year to see the $18 nylabone he buried last time so won't hold my breath.
Give him a lump of wood or any form of toy and he'll chew it into confetti. Grrrr.
Posted by Erica on 30th Oct 2014
I love these for my dog. She is a Staffy/American Staffy cross and loves to grind and chew. She really likes them, carries them around the house and they occupy her for a long while. These antlers are so much better than the fluffy toys de-fluffed everywhere or smoked bones that smell!! and can splinter! I just wish there was a Super X-Large size as the extra large only lasts her maybe 3-4 weeks.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Aug 2014
I have two Rhodesian Ridgebacks, and deer antlers from "Doggy Treats"is part of their chewing routine. I have a few antlers now, which the dogs chew on now and then, depending on their mood. But I'll never be without one or two, they are too useful. They chew on the ends, and do consume little bits over time, but they love the smell and roll around on them too.
Posted by Julie Matthews on 16th Feb 2014
Great price for the size of this antler.
Will purchase more!
Posted by Julie Matthews on 11th Jan 2014
We have bought Antlers from Pet Stock previously - our Kelpie loves them and they last forever despite him chewing on them endlessly with has strong teeth. Your antlers are by far the best value for money - I purchased the XL size which were bigger than I have found anywhere else.
Fast delivery - I will definitely continue to purchase them from Doggy Treats!
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jan 2014
I have purchased deer antler from here before and my frenchie loved it, its her favourite chew toy. The antlers keep her occupied for months as she is a heavy chewer and i dont have to worry about her swallowing splinters like i would with a bone. I have ordered antler from another online store when doggie treats was out of stock however they gave me the top half instead of the bottom and this was not as interesting to my puppy likely due to the lack of marrow.
Posted by Necia on 11th Sep 2013
Well our XLarge Deer Anterlers arrived today, and trying to get the package open with two dogs eagerly awaiting the contents was hilarious, they both had trouble containing themselves trying to keep their bums on the floor.
My dogs just adore this product, they last for ages and are great as indoor treats, with no smell or staining in the house. How could you not treat your dogs occasionally, and with something I believe to be healthy that they love it is even better.
Posted by Marie on 20th May 2013
My two large dogs love them and even my mother's small dog gets stuck in!
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