Rated 5 out of 5 by ChrisK97 I highly recommend this product and my dogs love them.
As a veterinarian, I seek high quality, wholesome and natural products that will promote long lasting safe chewing. Dog's need to chew to exercise their muscles, stimulate their minds and clean their teeth. USA flatastic antler snacks are a natural, renewable resource that helps me avoid imported and plastic chew toys/treats. My dog's, large and small love them. I will purchase them again and feel very comfortable recommending them to my clients.
C.P. Keefe, VMD
July 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by AlphaT62 Dogs Love Them!
I recently switched to USA Antlers Flatastic Moose Antler Chew because they were less expensive than the Prairie Dog Moose Antlers Dog Chews that I used to buy, and I was wondering how they compared. My dogs liked the Prairie Dog antlers, but they LOVE the USA Antlers! The USA Antlers Flatastic Moose Antler Chews are a more "light weight" bone with softer marrow than the Prairie Dog antler chews, making them easier for my dogs to gnaw on. They still last a long time, just be sure to purchase the right size for your dog. I recommend the 5-8" Large Chew for any dog over 45 lbs, but they would be a bit small for a giant breed such as a Great Dane. If you have a giant breed, I recommend the USA Antlers Moose Rack Snack Moose Antler Chew, 11-14" X-Large chew. Prairie Dog's "X-Large" is comparable to USA Antlers 5-8".
May 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimberly2014 Durable safe chew
I have two labradors who love nothing more than chewing. They've chewed thru every kind of bone and antler possible (and a few walls and baseboards). I provide only antlers now to satisfy their chewing needs and have found these flat moose antler cuts to be wonderful - they're the perfect size to fit inside their mouths and never splinter - so there has been no coughing/choking and NONE of it goes to waste. I feel good about providing this renewable and natural option to them -- plus their teeth have NEVER been whiter!!! Terrific value for the cost.
June 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PackLeader2014 7 - month old Lab loves these
Our Lab puppy loves these more than bully sticks. I'm delighted to find something that she can chew for hours, if we let her. One large one takes her about 5 to 6 hours to chew down to a size that would pose a choking hazard. I allow her to chew it about an hour a day. While they're a bit costly for that amount of time, I'm happy she has something that holds her interest and she can chew daily. Too many bully sticks disturb her GI system, and Nylabones, elk antler splits, ropes, and other chew toys don't hold her interest for long.
October 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2greys Addictive chews
Our greyhounds LOVE these chews! There's substantial marrow on two sides, providing instant gratification. The chews are enticing enough to back to again and again. We've also noticed a visible reduction in tartar on their teeth. Another added value is that each package contains two chews. Please continue to carry these!
September 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by aeiou Bull dog does not care for it
I thought the Antler Chew would be perfect for our Bulldog, but he plays with it more than chew it. We dipped in pumpkin (pie mix) and let it set over night, and he is a little more attentive to it. But, overall, we are really disappointed in the product.
The dog food part of the order is a sure bet. He has eaten that particular brand and mix for sometime now, and we will not fix something that is not broke.
September 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by nan123 Question
My Cavalier loves these but one of the two I ordered is falling apart fast. Is it ok for her to eat small pieces??
August 23, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by WoodlandQueen92 Not as large as I anticipated
I ordered the large, and while both antlers were about 8 inches long, they were very narrow, just barely two inches wide. I anticipated the antlers being a bit wider and more square in shape, not narrow strips. My dogs enjoyed them none the less, but considering the price I hoped they would be a bit bigger.
June 26, 2015