WAG Goat Horn Dog Chew

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About This Item

  • Made of 100% natural, pure and unprocessed goat horn for a lasting chew your dog will love, with nothing artificial.
  • Helps scrape away tartar build-up to support dental health and prevent dental disease while your pooch chews.
  • Provides naturally occurring keratin proteins that benefit the skin and coat, and health-boosting minerals in every bite.
  • Goat horns don’t splinter so they’re safe for everyday chewing, with zero colors, flavors or preservatives.
  • Sourced from fairly traded materials and made in Australia with minimal processing and great care.

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Top IngredientsGoat Horn.Icelandic Lamb HornWater Buffalo HornAntler Chews Are Made from 100% Natural Elk Antlers That Are Shed Each Year....Water Buffalo Horns
Breed SizeLarge BreedsLarge BreedsLarge BreedsMedium BreedsLarge Breeds
Food FlavorGoat, MeatLamb, MeatBuffalo, MeatElk, MeatBuffalo
Food FormTreatsTreatsTreatsTreatsAir-Dried, Treats
Special DietRawhide-FreeOrganicHigh-Protein, Low Fat, Natural

Questions & Answers

4 Customer Questions

Do these smell bad? Trying to find a goat horns option that doesn't smell absolutely horrible.
Answer by ChewyNov 11, 2020
Goat horns commonly have a strong smell to them. WAG recommends cleaning your Goat Horn in hot water and drying thoroughly after your dog chews it. It’s a great way to starve off bacteria, keeping the Goat Horn fresh and reducing the smell significantly.

So these come with marrow on the inside?
Answer by ChewyMay 05, 2022
This treat is not filled with marrow. When goat horns come empty, you can double the number of creative opportunities to get your dog interested. Like an occupied toy (but natural), you can stuff them with peanut butter, soak them, or freeze them. Fill them with whatever your dog likes best. For dogs, scooping out a hidden treat is a form of reward. Giving them the chance to feel like they’ve achieved or resolved a trick engages their senses and keeps them occupied for longer.

What size dog is the small one good for? My pup is about 34 pounds and a terrier mix
Answer by ChewyAug 26, 2019
The size of this chew should correspond with the size of the dog. Small breeds are generally considered to be up to 25 pounds. Medium breeds are generally between 25 and 50 pounds. Large breeds are generally between 50 and 100 pounds.

I want to buy the small ones that have the "point" still on the antler (using for an outdoor art project) how can I get 10 from you with the "points " in place? and can they hang outdoors or they decompose?
Answer by ChewyMar 12, 2020
Each goat horn has a shelf life of 18 months from the point of purchase. It's recommended that you keep them in the dry shade, out of sunlight. They don't decompose, however they do become tough if they're left out in the sun or put under constant heat. Since these horns vary in shape and texture, they are shipped out at random depending on the availability of each warehouse.

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28 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By BabyAsher on May 28, 2022

Good for the chewer

I have bought many goat horns in the last year as I have a lab puppy. THis one is ok but very thin and hollow. Not the best quality but he loves it so that is all that matters.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Acudoc on Jan 2, 2022

Long lasting

My one year-old pitbull chews thru everything in five minutes. This horn so far is lasting over a month. Highly recommended for aggressive chewers!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Joangale on Oct 7, 2021

Nice size for 50 lb dog

This is a nice size for a larger dog and not overly hard. And no plastic packaging!! Definitely will buy again.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Rocky on Sep 7, 2021

Great buy!

Our havanese loves these! He sniffs it out and always chews it down to nothing. It keeps him busy and happy

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Teethcleaner on Apr 25, 2021

Her new favorite

Our Goldendoodle pup loves the goat horn. She barked at it at first but after she started chewing on it she loved it! It does smell like a goat, but only if you hold it right next to your nose.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Wagit on Feb 20, 2021

The Holly Horn!

These Wag horns are a life saver! Keeps my boys busy and happy throughout the days. Trust me they are kept by their sides when relaxing. They are great on road trips or a winding down evening of playing hard. I Also highly recommend the Venison treats as well. All natural products that you can be satisfied to know they are all natural. At this point I depend on having a well stocked treat cabinet. Between Dachshunds and Labradors the WAG products are not just a safe bet they they are my Holey Grail for healthy happy boys!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Sophie on Feb 9, 2021

Goat horn dog chew

Yes, my dog was very interested in this treat, but unfortunately after 5 minutes had already “bitten” a chunk off the open end. Was a sharp, pointed piece so I wrestled the treat away from her. She’s a Great Pyrenees. I guess NO treat exists that is safe for her aggressive chewing. I’m betting most other dogs would gnaw on it & have no issues, but if you have a truly aggressive chewer, be vigilant.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By leandralynn15 on Dec 27, 2020

No one warned me about this

I purchased this bone after being recommended goat horns in a dog enrichment FB group. I thought it would be a good alternative to the bones we normally buy. For background, I have a ten month old Pomsky. She is a super chewer and will chew on anything you let her! We got this bone and it kept her occupied for over an hour! It would've been longer, however I had to take it from her. The smell of this bone is HORRIBLE. I could not fathom it. Safe to say, we will continue purchasing the elk antlers as they are the same price, size, and do not have any odor.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jamu on Nov 20, 2020

My dog loves this

My 7 1/2-month-old Bichon has had this for about 6 weeks now and he loves it. I purchased it with a couple of other chew items, but the others had such a horrible smell I did not give them to him. This has held up well (he has his adult teeth) and the smell is not bad. I plan to get him another one soon (he has chewed the tip and the bottom edges off.) This is his favorite chew item!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Wendy on Jan 28, 2021

Not good for strong chewers

The horn was thinner than others I have purchased. My doberman is a very strong chewer and cracked pieces off so I had to throw it away