If you ever had that pesky problem when you realized your dog chewed your couch and your blanket, and is now working on your socks, deer antler for dogs may turn out to be a lifesaver for you. Designed to keep your dog’s chewing attention away from things you might actually need, the deer antler dog chews are healthy and fun for your dog – and will shortly become one of his most used toys.
Here are some of the best things about the deer antler for dogs:
It is built to last a long time – you won’t have to buy a new one every day or every week. It will therefore buy your furniture quite some time.
- It is healthy – the dog will not eat things that are not good for him and his stomach. Since the whole purpose of the deer velvet for dogs is to be chewed by your dog, it is obviously not toxic or unhealthy (which is more than you can say about your furniture, if eaten). But not only is it not hurting your dog, the deer antler for dogs might actually be good for him: some of these products contain nutrients and vitamins. Healthy can occasionally be fun.
It will keep your house clean: it is meant to be chewed, not split, so you won’t find remnants of it on your floor. It also does not smell – which means that you will not have to spray your house either.
- Antler chews have different shapes, colors and sizes, to make them attractive to your dog – you can even buy more than one, to suit your dog’s different moods.
- They are among the least expensive dog toys that you can buy. Not only are they economical since they spare you the money to fix your furniture – they actually do not cost much money. This means economy no matter how you look at it!
An occasional recommendation is to watch how much of the toy the dog is chewing – it’s usually not recommended to allow him to chew more than 1 inch per day. It is hard to measure precisely, but an approximate measurement can be made. If you find it hard to take the toy away from him, offer him food or a treat instead – he will usually jump at the chance. Dogs can, luckily, quite easily be distracted if you have the right means.
You do occasionally have to be careful with the deer antler for dogs; some specialists recommend that you watch your dog while playing with it. The dog will try to break it in half with his back teeth, which should be avoided. Also, take into consideration the dog’s size when buying the antler – buy a too small antler and he may swallow it. However, generally, the deer antler for dogs is a safe toy and it shouldn’t cause you any worry.
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