Deer Antler Dog Chews For Sale

Instead of treating your dog with the same old milk bone or chew toy they're used to receiving day-after-day, you should consider giving them an antler chew. These safe, all-natural treats are the perfect way to reward your canine companion for good behavior, or you can give them as an occasional treat. While there's nothing wrong with traditional milk bones, antler chews are proven to last longer and most dogs seem to enjoy them just as much, if not more.

You'll find we offer a huge choice of deer antler dog chews for sale directly below. Most of the chews here are packs containing multiple pieces of antlers for you canine to enjoy for days to come. Just browse through our selections below and click on the ones you're interested in. Of course you don't have to purchase antlers intended specifically for dog chews. If you have a couple extra sheds laying around your house, you can chop them up into pieces and give them to your loyal canine as an occasional treat.

WHITETAIL DEER ANTLER Craft DOG CHEWS TOYS BONES HORNS TREATS LOT Of 4 Antlers
WHITETAIL DEER ANTLER Craft DOG CHEWS TOYS BONES HORNS TREATS LOT Of 4 Antlers
$12.00 (1 Bid)
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6 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
6 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
$14.99
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1 Pound Premium Elk  Deer Antler Dog Chew Mix Medium Large Great buy
1 Pound Premium Elk Deer Antler Dog Chew Mix Medium Large Great buy
$22.49
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3 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
3 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
$15.99
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One Organic Elk Deer Antler Dog Chew Small Medium Large XL XXL
One Organic Elk Deer Antler Dog Chew Small Medium Large XL XXL
$24.99
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1 Organic Large Split Elk Deer Antler Dog Chew 65 7 Inches Plus
1 Organic Large Split Elk Deer Antler Dog Chew 65 7 Inches Plus
$9.00
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Great For Ultra Aggressive Chewers 1 Extra Large Deer Antler Dog Chew Free Ship
Great For Ultra Aggressive Chewers 1 Extra Large Deer Antler Dog Chew Free Ship
$19.25
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Small whole deer antler dog chew toy Great Price
Small whole deer antler dog chew toy Great Price
$5.50
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8 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
8 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
$15.99
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Antler Dog Chews ONE 1 Large DEER Antler Dog Chews Elk Bone TOP SELLER
Antler Dog Chews ONE 1 Large DEER Antler Dog Chews Elk Bone TOP SELLER
$13.99
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14 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts Stag
14 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts Stag
$15.99
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1 Extra Large Multi Forked Deer Antler Dog Chew Free Shippping Durable Elk
1 Extra Large Multi Forked Deer Antler Dog Chew Free Shippping Durable Elk
$22.50
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12 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
12 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts
$15.99
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11 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts Stag
11 1 Deer Antler Dog Chew Treats Crafts Stag
$15.99
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Antler Dog Chews ONE 1 Extra Large DEER Antler Dog chew Toy for BIG DOGS
Antler Dog Chews ONE 1 Extra Large DEER Antler Dog chew Toy for BIG DOGS
$17.99
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Lab Puppy

Lab Puppy

Benefits of Deer Antler Dog Chews

Here's an interesting fact: dogs aren't the only animals that enjoy these natural, tasty treats. When deer shed their antlers in a wooded forest, squirrels, foxes, mice, chipmunks and other rodents will actively seek them out to feed on. If you're a hunter who frequently spends dozens of hours sitting in a tree stand or hunting blind, you may have seen some of these animals carrying around antler pieces in their mouth. Once a buck sheds one or both sides of their antlers, animals in the area will try to find them for their nutritional value. If so many other animals enjoy the taste and nutritional value of deer antlers, then you can rest assured knowing that dogs will enjoy them as well.

Dogs seem to naturally enjoy chewing on deer antlers, but did you know they're actually beneficial as well? Along with their delicious taste, here are some of the benefits of choosing antlers over typical treats:

  • Nutrients - Deer antlers are full of beneficial nutrients, some of which include iron, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium and loads of calcium. Even if you're feeding your dog a premium, vet-recommended dog food, their diet may still be lacking these nutrients. Thankfully, supplementing your dog's health with these nutrients is as easy as tossing them an antler chew once in a while.
  • Long Lasting - As you may already know, deer antlers are tough and durable. The high strength of their bone-like material allows them to last significantly longer than rawhides and other traditional dog treats. Depending on the type of antlers the chew is made of (elk last longer than whitetail), it should offer well over a week of constant chewing.
  • Cleans Teeth - Chewing on deer antlers will help clean tartar and food particles off your dog's teeth; thereby reducing the risk of gingivitis and other oral complications. Most veterinarians recommend giving your dog hard treats as part of their teeth cleaning routine, and antler treats are perfect for this occasion.
  • All-Natural - Antler chews are 100% all-natural with no added preservatives. The truth is that you simply don't know what manufacturers add to the treats sold on the shelves at pet stores and supermarkets. It seems like every other week there's a story in the news about some salmonella-tainted pet food. Thankfully, you can rest assured knowing that antler treats are completely safe, all-natural and don't pose the risk of food-borne illness for your canine.
  • No Smell - Unlike some dog treats, antler chews don't produce a smell noticeable to humans. Your dog can chew on them for hours without any unpleasant odor being produced. If you frequently give your dog treats to enjoy indoors, you probably don't want a foul odor lingering around furniture. This alone is reason enough to choose antlers over some of the more traditional treats.
Labrador Laying in Grass

Labrador Laying in Grass

How To Use Antler Dog Chews

While your canine friend might enjoy consuming these antler chews one after another, it's recommended that you limit their intake to one a day. As with any treats, giving your dog too many could upset their stomach. Besides, you want your dog to fully appreciate antler treats and not think of them as everyday snacks.

Although antler chews don't typically splinter like some dog bones, you should still watch over your dog while they're enjoying their new treat. If your dog gets a piece of antler stuck in their throat and begins hacking, you need to be there to help them cough it up.

Want to train your dog help you hunt for deer antler sheds? Try giving them some antler chews early on to get them accustomed to the appearance and scent (dogs can smell them but we can't) that antlers give off. In fact, most experienced shed hunters will agree that antler chews are an essential step in training your dog to find sheds. Exposing your dog to antlers will allow them to catch on to the taste and scent, which in turn will improve their shed hunting abilities in the wild. After your dog has played and chewed on a piece of a deer antler, go hide it somewhere in the back yard and let them try to find it. If they are successful, be sure to give them lots of praise and petting as a reward. This type of positive reinforcement goes a long ways in teaching your dog to find sheds.

How To Make Your Own Dog Antler Chews

Making your own deer antler dog chews isn't as hard as you may think. If you have some shed antlers (any type will do), a hacksaw and a little bit of time, making them is quite simple. Just take one side of an antler rack and cut them into 5-6 inch long pieces. After doing so, it's recommended that you place them in a large pot of water and boil them for a couple minutes. This will sterilize the antlers and help to remove any excess dirt and debris on them. Set them out to dry, and viola, you now have deliciously healthy treats. You can even place them in a sealed plastic bag to help preserve them for later use.