Deer Antlers As a Chew Toy for Dogs | Dog Care - The Daily Puppy

Thanks for sharing. We’ve had some friends report reactions to deer antlers and others who have had issues with their dogs chipping teeth. Be careful before giving your dog any type of chew, toy, or treat.

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Oct 21, 2015 - I'm talking about deer or elk antlers used as chew toys Do you have a destructive dog that loves to chew? What are your favorite dog chew toys? Have you tried deer antlers for dogs? How about ? We’d love to hear about your experiences so tell us your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Are Deer Antlers For Dogs A Good Chew Toy? Obviously we can no longer use deer antlers as a chew toy/supplement for our guide dog puppies in training, but then again we never had the chance to use them in the first place. By the way, I’m glad I did not have to experience acute diarrhea with my pups. The fear of all 3 of my dogs getting diarrhea is enough to make me avoid purchasing deer antler chews for my dogs.

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Instead, I recommend buying chew toys that have some flexibility or “give” to them, even for large, powerful dogs. Give big-time chewers large toys that don’t fit all the way in the mouth. It’s better to replace chew toys more frequently than it is to have to spend hundreds of dollars to have your veterinarian repair or remove a broken tooth. Hard chews such as deer antlers can also cause bleeding in the mouth or internally if they splinter and blockages if swallowed, two more reasons to avoid them.My dogs love deer antlers, even my dog that normally won’t go near bones, toys, or nylabones. However, make sure you carefully select the size and type to match your dog’s needs. My 40lb Sheltie is a power chewer and needs a much larger size than that suggested for him. My 10yo dog needs the split antlers due to bad teeth, but if my Sheltie gets ahold of the split ones he rips it to shreds. They really are excellent products, just realize what your dogs needs are and choose accordingly.The safety factor of deer and elk antlers does have an opposing view. Dr. Marty Becker of North Idaho Animal Hospital in Sandpoint, Idaho, says that "." Chew toys that are exceedingly hard can cause fractured and broken teeth, oral and internal bleeding if they splinter and blockages if they are swallowed. Dr. Liz Hardesty of Murrayhill Veterinary Hospital in Beaverton, Oregon, adds that "even dogs who have chewed on antlers successfully in the past are ." Fractured and broken teeth are painful for dogs and can become abscessed.I'm talking about deer or elk antlers used as chew toys. I first discovered antlers... well actually, Eko first discovered antlers. While staying on a friend's farm in Montana Eko had free range of the property. When out walking, Eko dashed off and came back with an antler he discovered in the field.