Are Elk Antlers Good For Dogs

Are Elk Antlers Good For Dogs?

Simply put Yes!  We have seen that questions “Are Elk Antlers Good For Dogs?” many times.  So lets break down all the potential questions that surround that initial first question.

How are Elk Antlers processed?
Elk Antlers are naturally shed each year.  Elk Antlers are produced by the Male Elk and are a bone like material that regenerates natural every year.  They shed once a year and are gathered and collected for distribution.  Elk Antlers For Dogs are cut, sanded and packaged as pet treats

Are Elk Antlers Healthy for Dogs?
Yes,  the Antler is a bone like material that hardens towards the end of the season and shed.  The Elk Antler is made up of mostly calcium, phosphorous and water. They are all natural and no chemicals or preservatives are added.  They are biodegradable and the hardened surface and soft “marrow” like interior make it a perfect mixture of chew dog and treat.

What are the Dangers of Elk Antlers Dog Treats?
With any dog chew, the only danger is a potential chocking hazard.  As a pet owner you are advised to supervise your dog when they are chewing and remove the chew when it’ size is small enough to potentially cause a coking problem.

Do Dogs Like Elk Antlers?
Most dogs do, the scent or odor is very slight that only the dog can smell.  The hardened Elk Antler Bone doesn’t splinter and allows the dog hour to days if not weeks of chewing pleasure.

The soft marrow core provides nutrients and give another pleasurable taste for your dog. If your dog doesn’t immediately take to the Elk Antler, we suggest soaking it in water and leave it in the refrigerator or freezer overnight. The added water will release more of the scent that your dog will pick up.  The Elk Antlers are naturally No Smell to humans but give off the “wildlife” scent you dog loves.

How are Elk Antlers Different from Deer or Moose Antlers?
Elk Antler are hardened bone like material that does not splinter.  Both Deer and Moose antlers are rather thin and splintering is an issue.  Moose Antlers are much thinner and flat, while Deer Antler are smaller and not as thick as Elk Antlers.  The splintering from Deer Antlers and Moose Antlers can cause problems with your dogs dental health, digestive system, and gums.  The Elk Antlers thickness provides the perfect gnawing and chewing elements that offer your dog the sensation and the safety from splintering.

Why Should I offer my Dog Elk Antlers?
As a responsible pet owner, you would be providing you dog with an all natural dog treat or dog chew.  Elk Antlers shed naturally so no animals are hurt in the processing of the dog treat.  This is no Smell or Mess when your dog chews on an Elk Antler.  Our Elk Antler products are gathered in the United States, so their is no worry about foreign imported products and the health issues that are related.

Elk Antlers are a biodegrade substance and utilizing them as a pet treat helps keeping a Eco-friendly and Green Environment. Rather then plastic toys and tons of packaging, we are conscientious about or Green Packaging and Labeling.

What do Elk Antlers Normally Cost?
At local pet stores you will find Elk Antlers in the $40.00 per pound price range. Some on line retailers sell them for $30-$50 per unit.   Our Elk Antlers are priced extremely low in order to to pass the “benefit to you”.  We believe in our products, we provide them to our own dogs, and we run a tight ship for a small business.  Low overhead, allow us to keep the prices reasonable and even under market value.

We beleive that if you offer a good product, with quality customer service and keep the cost down, we will have a repeat customer, and our customers will help us spread the word about our business which keeps all the “Marketing Cost Low”.  So we ask you to help us in that regard.  Buy, Save Spread the word about ElkAntlersTreats.com to your friends, on facebook, twitter.

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