Antler Dog Chews
We quickly noticed the scraps of antler from manufacturing antler furniture and antler chandeliers were an amazing all natural solution to dog chews!
Antler dog chews are set apart from traditional bones as they will not stain your carpet, splinter or turn into slimy goo. They are naturally shed deer or elk antler pieces. No fillers, preservatives, added color or anything else!
It’s just a bone the way nature intended! No animals are hurt in the collection of this bone!
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Our all natural antler dog chews are naturally shed antlers, gathered in the forest or on ranch lands at various times of the year around Colorado, Utah & New Mexico, they are all weathered at different stages. The slight weathering may lead to discoloration or outer hairline cracking. Older dogs, mild chewers, or dogs who only get them for short periods of time do not need to be concerned as much for the weathered effects, in fact it allows these dogs to get the mineral benefit much easier. We have been selling these antler dog chews for pets successfully for over 7 years.
If you have concerns or have an aggressive chewer please request a deer “base end”, the part closest to the head of the deer at the bur. It is the most dense part of the antler and a lot more work to gnaw on. They are available in Large or Extra large size. Questions? PLEASE ask!
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Aussie – How Antler Dog Chews Story Began
The Peak Antler Company Antler Dog Chews products were started by the family dog Aussie, a rescued Australian Shepard/Dingo mix. Our main work involves Antler Chandeliers and Antler Furniture using all types of Antlers. Aussie would sneak into the shop and steal good antlers. She would run off into the yard, chew on them for hours and bury them for later. She wouldn’t give them back even when caught stealing “red-pawed”. We came home one day to find she had discovered the antlers in our coffee table as well, that wasn’t so cute. It became obvious she loved antler more than any other bone or puppy chews we gave her. I cut up a few pieces of scrap antler for her in hopes of preventing more theft and save our furniture. It worked! Everyone was happy and the furniture was saved!
Soon after, a friend with an adorably large black Labrador retriever puppy also discovered antler furniture in their home. We shared a scrap piece of antler which again successfully saved their antler furniture and entertained the puppy for hours. They began asking for more antler pieces for friends and the news spread fast. It grew organically into a business by demand, just the way nature intended!