Elk Antlers (3 Count)
We source our antlers from naturally fallen sheds in the USA. Elk antlers are rich in minerals and nutrients. You will receive a pack of 3 elk antlers ranging various sizes, all high quality.
Elk antlers are odorless, all natural and dogs love them! Antlers are unique in shape and appearance so no pile will ever look the same. Some of the elk antlers may have very slight surface cracks, this happens when they fall off the elk and are a natural occurrence. No animals were harmed to obtain this great dog treat!
KEY BENEFITS +-
- SINGLE INGREDIENT ANTLER
- HEALTHY, RICH SOURCE OF MINERALS AND NUTRIENTS
- 100% NATURAL, ZERO CHEMICALS, NO ADDITIVES
- RAWHIDE ALTERNATIVE
- SUPPORTS DENTAL HEALTH
- LONG LASTING ENTERTAINMENT
- GREAT FOR MEDIUM & LARGE BREEDS
SAFETY & HANDLING +-
*SAFETY REMINDER* Please remove the antler or any pieces once they have become small enough to pose a choking hazard. Any attempt by your pet to crush or break the antler may result in a broken tooth, we recommend removing the antler if you witness this attempt and try again later. If your dog gets overly excited and overstimulated when you give the antler to them, please take the antler away for a bit and give it back to them when they have calmed down.
We care about your furry friends at Nature Gnaws and want to make sure your pets are having a safe and enjoyable chewing experience, so please monitor your pet.
FEEDING GUIDE +-
Feed as a Treat. Always supervise your dog while they are chewing and provide plenty of fresh water. Because this is a natural treat, its sizing, color, and appearance may vary. You may also notice a natural scent or oil. To prevent injury and choking hazards, remove any small, broken, or splintered pieces and be sure to choose the appropriate size chew. Always best to consult a veterinarian before introducing any new food, treat or chew to your dog. Wash your hands after touching the product. Not for Human Consumption.
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