Brand: Treats Happen | Type: Chew | Perks: 100% All Natural, Made in Canada
Treats Happen Description: These antler dog chews are naturally shed by Canadian Elk. They’re cleaned and cut right here in Toronto. A great source of calcium, glucosamine and chondrotin they’re also low calorie. They don’t stain and there is no odour
The splits are recommended for puppies and senior dogs but loved by all power chewers
- Medium Split 4-5″ good for puppies and seniors under 30lbs
- Medium 4-5″ good for dogs up to 40lbs
- XL Split (The favourite of Charlotte, Bentley, and York) 7-8″ Good for all dogs over 30lbs
- XL 7-8″ Good for dogs 40-70lbs
- Jumbo 8-9″ Recommended for larger dogs over 70lbs and heavy chewers.
- Antler puck – Slices of antler good for smaller dogs
These antler chews will last you a long time and become an instant favourite with your dog.
Practice Safe Chewing
As with any treat, always supervise your dog while chewing their antler, and we don’t recommend you leave your dog unattended for extended periods of time with their chew.
Source: TREATS HAPPEN
Let’s put it to the ultimate test…
Dog Breed: Chocolate Lab | Name: Goose | Type of Chewer: Powerful+
Treats Happen Split Elk Antler Review: It’s no secret that Goose loves to chew – and one of his favourite go-to’s is an antler. Treats Happen caught wind of this and sent Goose an XL Split Elk Antler, naturally shed by Canadian Elk. We hadn’t reviewed a split antler before and we were excited to see how they compared to whole antlers. After about half an hour of chewing Goose did clean the antler of its middle marrow-like section and did lose interest in it after that. After a few days he did pick it up again and continue to chew on it but he didn’t seem to have the same enthusiasm for the antler he usually does, perhaps because the middle section was gone. Generally Goose gets jumbo sized full antlers so this may have been less challenging for him causing him to lose interest but it did fulfill its purpose. It kept his teeth clean and now that the middle is gone we have soaked it in chicken broth to see if he’ll regain some interest.
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