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Best of Maine 2021

As voted in Downeast Magazine

Whole Elk AntlersLong Lasting Dog Chew

  • No Elk Were Killed For This Treat. Elk Shed Antlers Naturally Every Year.
  • Extremely Durable - Will Last the Average Dog Weeks.
  • Great for Teeth Cleaning.
  • A size for any dog!
  • No Bleaches, Chemicals, Preservatives, or Additives of Any Kind.
  • Sourced and Made in the USA.
From $5.75 to $35.75


All-natural antlers contain a great healthy source of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, zinc and manganese. All of these healthy ingredients in a compact, odorless and mess-free dog chew, and the bonus is that Dogs Love Them!

After shedding their antlers in the spring, male deer and elk grow another set. These shed antlers are then collected and cut into different sizes for your dog. Thatís it! No dies or taste enhancers are added because it is unnecessary. Dogs love them the way nature intended. These mineral-rich chews will out-last any other chew on the market, and they are naturally chock-full of calcium and phosphorus. They wonít splinter, they donít smell and they wonít stain furniture or carpet.

Antlers are dense, durable dog chews that will give your dog hours of chew time, beneficial vitamins and minerals as well as cleaner teeth! Elk antlers are filled with soft marrow and contain essential nutrients your dog needs for a healthy, long life. They have amazing dental benefits such as removing tartar, plaque and massaging the gums.

Antlers provide wholesome dog chews to give your dog hours of enjoyment. There is no treat or toy currently on the market that can claim to be more natural than Antler Dog Chews. They are completely unprocessed! Here's a chew that lasts a long time, doesn't cause illness or injury and dogs love it.

Antler pieces will vary naturally in shape, circumference, color and weight. All these factors are considered when assigning antlers to specific sizes.

As with any hard chew, Elk Antlers are very hard and can break teeth if your dog works them too aggressively. Once the chew is small enough to swallow or inhale, it should be taken away and disposed of.