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Antos Antler Natural Dog Chew

  • Extra Large » 221 - 280g £15.64
  • Large » 151 - 220g £11.60
  • Medium » 76 - 150g £7.47
  • Small » 50 - 75g £4.48

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The Antos Antler is a completely natural bone from Scottish highland deer. They have simply been cleaned, made safe and cut to a size that dogs can chew on. These long lasting chews are full of calcium and minerals and, while they encourage your dog to chew, they help to clean and strengthen their teeth. As they are unprocessed they will not splinter and make no mess as your dog enjoys chewing it.

Please note: Antos Antlers are sold according to weight not size so you may get one which comes in a different shape to the picture.

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11th Apr 2015
Susan Vine
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2015
  • From: Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

Would this be suitable for my 11 month old puppy?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

These chews are quite hard and not all dogs take to them. The leathery, hide based chews suit some dogs better, but you only know by trying them. Ideally your dog should spend a decen amount of time gnawing at the chew. The longer spent doing this, the better. You will only find what works best for your dog by trying a few and seeing how it works. You might need to give your dog less food in the previous meal, to make sure he devotes time on the chew. Many well-fed dogs will not bother with chews at all because they are simply not hungry. (They go on to get fat too...)