|Barked: Tue Jul 27, '10 11:14am PST |
|I think they are from everything I've read (vet blogs, product info and reviews) as well as from my own experience with Lucille. She is a very aggressive chewer, and bully sticks (pizzles)disappeared in minutes. When I read about elk and deer antlers, I ordered some in varying sizes. They are her absolute favorite right now and have been for months. She'll chew on them contentedly for an hour or more at a time. She's been working on the same elk antler daily since the beginning of June, they last a very long time.
They do not shard or break, antlers are ground down by the dog's teeth which minimizes the possiblity of a dog's tooth breaking. A side benefit is that they get trace amounts of healthy minerals like calcium etc. They also don't smell or leave stains=bonus for me. As long as you get the right size for your dog's mouth and their chewing style, they seem to be quite safe. I ordered online from bestbullysticks.com and I've been very happy with all of the antler products so far.
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