USA Antlers Moose Flatastic Snack Antler Chew, Small
Dog/Treats/Bully Sticks & Natural Chews/Antlers
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Moose shed their antlers every year after the rut and grow them back every summer. These Moose Flatastics feature the "flat" or "palm" selection of the moose antler, which are wonderful for puppies who have lost their milk teeth or older dogs that can't have something too hard. They are 100% naturally shed - no animal is hunted or farmed. These chews will break down, there is more exposed dried marrow, and the bone layer is not as thick. The dried marrow will break up into small "grape-nut" sized pieces that are totally digestible. Flatastics are not meant for aggressive chewing dogs.
Long lasting, durable chew recommended for older dogs puppies and multiple dog households
Great source of calcium zinc manganese and potassium, supports dental health
All-natural chews are a great natural renewable source of Calcium, Phosphorus, Manganese and Zinc
Does not chip splinter or peel as cooked bones do
Great indoor chew, leaves no greasy mess on floors does not develop odor
This product is completely natural, so color and thickness may vary.
I bought this package of 2 for my medium sized dogs and they love them!! One of the antlers was gone in a weeks time and the other has a very small piece left! It kept the girls busy for a good while!!
Long lasting favorite
on Aug 31, 2017
These moose antlers are perfect for my 6 mth old Pomeranian. I bought the small size. They were about 2.5 to 2.75 inches long (they run 2 inches wide). It took her a month to get just one down to the size of a quarter. I allowed her to have it a few hours a day about 5-6 days a week. I lost the other one so of course I reordered more and set up a basket for all her special treats.
Moose antlers are softer, thus I don't worry that she will break her teeth on them like she would if she chewed elk or deer. I also prefer the flat shape as she has to work to get to the marrow, giving her more of a challenge over a split antler where all the marrow is exposed.
on Jul 12, 2017
I have ordered numerous of these in the large. Always came two to a package. Now, its one per package. My Andy loves these and does chew them down quickly, but no mess and they are safe. BUT, seriously I will not pay $27 some dollars for ONE chew. I will be shopping elsewhere.
I gave it a 5 star because they are a great chew with no mess or staining anywhere.
on Feb 4, 2017
These are fantastic and at such a great price! I have 2 gsd's, they love moose antlers and I was so happy with my purchase. They have been gnawing on them every night after dinner and the antlers are lasting after almost 3 weeks! Penne Lang and Abbee Rogue love Chewy's and so do I!!! I ordered the large size for them and the antlers were spot on. Thank you Chewy's love the autoship for food and of course a great selection of other supplies and goodies. Happy pups here!
on Jan 8, 2017
My first time buying moose antlers. I have bought elk antlers from all different brands before – they are pretty nice and last longer than many chew toys, but elk antlers can splinter a little at the ends into sharp pieces, plus, the outside is really hard and can be a risk for broken and chipped teeth. I decided to get moose antlers to try them out for that reason. I am impressed so far – they are hard enough so that they do not wear down right away, but they are not quite as bone-hard as the outside of elk antlers or femurs. They do not break into pointy shards. My dog has had one piece to play with for about a week, and he has ground down about a third of it – which is not too bad, consideringMy first time buying moose antlers. I have bought elk antlers from all different brands before – they are pretty nice and last longer than many chew toys, but elk antlers can splinter a little at the ends into sharp pieces, plus, the outside is really hard and can be a risk for broken and chipped teeth. I decided to get moose antlers to try them out for that reason. I am impressed so far – they are hard enough so that they do not wear down right away, but they are not quite as bone-hard as the outside of elk antlers or femurs. They do not break into pointy shards. My dog has had one piece to play with for about a week, and he has ground down about a third of it – which is not too bad, considering he has really big jaws and is a heavy chewer that works on his chew toys for hours at a time. He did seem to get a little bored with it after the first couple of days, so I smeared some coconut oil on the surface. After that, he showed more interest, especially once he got it started and ground down a little -- now, he won't leave it alone. I haven't even given him the second one yet. These are really expensive, but so far they seem worth the price because I have the peace of mind that these antlers won't break his teeth as easily or break off into pointy shards. Highly recommended for any heavy chewer.… more
It is appealing to my dog
on Feb 22, 2017
It is not as long lasting as I thought. My dog can eat one in a day (I do take it away so he can chew it the next day). It last shorter than a pig ear.
quality very poor
on May 29, 2017
1st and last order from this company
product very poor
on Jan 25, 2017
These are the absolute worst moose antlers I have ever seen. They were chewed up and eaten by one dog within 24 hrs. Never buying these again.
on Feb 7, 2017
My dog loved these. They are softer than an antler so be careful to watch as they chew so you can take it when it gets to small and becomes a choking hazard. I will be ordering again.
on Dec 16, 2016
I have 8 German Shepherds they love these and they don't split or make a mess