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Naturally-Shed Elk Antler Dog Treats | From Bend, Oregon

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    Elk Antlers - The Chews Dogs Choose

    Antlers naturally shed from elk and re-grow every year, so no animals are harmed or harassed in the process of collecting these amazing natural chew toys. These natural dog treats are high in calcium, phosphorous, and proteins which make them healthy treats for your dog while preventing tartar build-up! Elk Antlers actually have the largest marrow core in the antler world. It is the marrow center that keeps dogs occupied for hours a day. Elk antlers are an all-natural and annually renewable resource, unlike Bully-Sticks, Bones, Ears, Raw-hides, etc.

    • Male Elk shed their antlers each spring as part of a natural process. Thus no animals are harmed to collect our Elk Antlers!  
    • Contain no artificial color or added hormones, antibiotics, animal by-products, steroids or preservatives!
    • Antlers are virtually odor & residue-free, no mess!

    Unlike dog bones, fresh elk antlers are virtually impossible to chip or splinter when they are being chewed! They last longer than you can imagine! You will receive one split or whole antler.

    About Elk Antlers

    • Elk, Deer, Moose, and other antlered mammals shed their antlers annually.
    • This process is due to hormone fluctuations which stimulate the shedding of antlers and the re-growth of new ones.
    • Elk typically shed their antlers in late March and throughout April.
    • Elk begin the process of re-growing a very similar shaped rack immediately after shedding.
    • During this amazing growing process, an elk’s antler can grow up to 2” per day.
    • The new living antler is covered in a fuzzy skin called velvet, until the antler quits growing and hardens at summers' end then blood supplies are cut off and the velvet dies.
    • Bulls then rub the shedding velvet on trees and shrubs to help slough it off revealing new white antler.
    • Throughout the fall season Elk rub their racks on trees and shrubs, which gives the antler their beautiful natural color. Where no trees are available, the antler can remain light in color.
    • The size and shape of an antler is dependent on the quality and availability of food, the particular animals health, genetics and maturity.
    • In contrast to Elk Antler, the horn grown by a Buffalo or Bighorn sheep does not fall off



    100% naturally shed elk antlers from Bend, Oregon

    Small: 3-5 oz and 6-7 inches
    Medium: 5-7 oz and 7-9 inches
    Large: 7-10 oz and 9-11 inches


    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can you tell me about elk antler?

    Sure! elk antlers are one of the best natural chew toys on the market. Our elk antlers are sustainably harvested in Bend, Oregon, every year, after they are shed by male elk— so no animals are harmed by gathering these antlers. 

    Because elk antlers are bone, they have nutritious bone marrow at the center, which is good for your dog and tastes delicious, so it incentivizes dogs to keep chewing! The marrow is a rich source of iron, calcium, glucosamine, potassium, phosphorus, and magnesium.

    Will elk antler stain my furniture or floors?

    Nope! Elk antlers' dried composition prevents bacteria growth, so you don't have to worry about gross things growing on the toy over time. Elk antler is also odor free, doesn't shatter or splinter, and has no artificial ingredients, so fake colors or preservatives won't rub off on your furniture or floors.


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