Palette’s note:Moose Antlers

 Have you ever
wondered if you could actually see how other dogs are enjoying the
treats and chews? Not just pictures,but in video so that you can
actually HEAR and feel the treats’ textures?

have started series titled “Palette’s Note”, which you can read about
products detail and see video clips from Palette’s taste test.

 This time,I like to put out detail on Moose Antlers.


Palette enjoy her Moose Antler…

 In the previous entry titled Long lasting chews/recreational bones for dogs,
I wrote about what Deer Antlers are, and how much I love (and of
course, how much our  stumpy little dog “Palette” the Corgi loves) those Antlers
for long lasting chew.

 To recap, Deer
Antlers is the Deer horn if you will.Deers shed Antlers once a year and, they are harvested for dogs to chew on.

 Our Deer Antlers come from Domestic
free-range Deer/Elk and, comes with different
Some are branched out two ways,some are straight, some are different shapes), and length and it gives your dogs more variety of fun to chew on. No Deer antlers would come exactly the same. You can see the L size of Deer Antler picture below,and see those 3 Antlers are not exactly the same shapes.

 We have 6 sizes available;
XS (2″-4″),S (3″-6″), M (4″-7″), L (5″-10″),XL (6″-10″), and XXL (6″-12″).

** Antler size is determined by the weight of the Antlers,not length.

Deer Antlers “L size”…

have found these long lasting chew “Deer Antlers” almost 4 years ago. I
was not sure if Palette would enjoy it,but she was hooked with these Deer Antlers and goes back to Antlers religiously 2 times a day,each about 15
minutes chewing session and despite the fact that how much she enjoy
gnawing so much and going back to Antlers daily,it has been lasting more than 1
year. Same Deer Antlers are being chewed for so long.

 She likes to
carry the Deer Antlers around the house and gnaws on different spots. If you
were giving bully sticks for long lasting chews,you would be spending
much more on them.

 Bully sticks are fun and nice snack but 6″ long
bully stick for our 32lb Corgi lasts about 20-30 minutes and gone for most of the times. When we gave Free Range Moo! Odor free supreme bully sticks 6″ to her, it lasted 2 days but it still is much shorter time than the time she can spend more time on the same Antler.

have no odor,no stains,no splinter like smoked bones (chewing grinds
down rather than chunk off from the Antlers), and it provides natural
minerals, etc.

 I like the fact that the Antlers I got 4 years ago are
still being enjoyed by our dog as much as she did before and,it really
was worth the cost for me. And,of course, there is nothing artificial in
it. This is the reason why I started offering the Deer Antlers for others.

  Over the years, I have heard from satisfied happy furriends about their experience on their Deer Antlers.

 Then, I have come across other kind of Antlers recently,and decided to let Palette try out the new kind of Antlers; “Moose Antlers”. Since she was 5 paws up and, I liked it, I have decided to offer those to others as well.

Moose Antler..

Variety of Moose Antler shapes..

 These Moose Antlers are harvested in USA, after Antlers were shed each year. As you can see, unlike Deer Antlers, some of the Moose Antlers are flat and some are round straight Antlers.

Side edge of Moose Antlers is sanded a little,but if you prefer, you can sand the edge more for your dogs to chew on.

 If you were looking for variety of shapes for your dogs to enjoy, Deer Antlers are the better pick. If you were looking for a little different kind of chews, Moose Antlers are good addition to your dogs’ chews they already have.

 Lets watch how she gnaws on her Moose Antler below.

 Palette and Moose Antler

 If you were a blog subscriber, please click here to watch the video clip.

Can you see how much she is into gnawing the Moose Antler? At the very end of the video, she grabs the Moose Antler and pause to hear the weird sound she heard from outside.

 After a while, she decided that it was not worth going to go check what is going on outside,and she started chewing the Moose Antler with 2 legs kicked out; superman style

 She loves to carry the Moose Antler as well around the house and, I find her Moose Antler upstairs room sometimes, downstairs room sometimes, under the bed sometimes… She takes her Moose Antlers everywhere in the house

 Just like Deer Antlers, as your dogs chews on Moose Antlers, it gets grind down. Below is the picture of her Moose Antler after being chewed a while. You can see it is grind down a little rather than chewed off some pieces from the Moose Antler.

Palette’s Moose Antler after being chewed…

 I wrote Palette’s Deer Antler has been enjoyed for more than 1 year, but how long it would
last for your dogs will be depending on dogs’ jaws ability to chew and
how long they spend on it.

 With her Moose Antler, it has been about 3 months or so since Palette started chewing on. As you can see in the picture above, she has got more to chew on.

 Please observe how
they chew and if they were putting their whole body weight on Antlers
and trying to break into half, please take it away.It is not the good
chew for them.

 As with any chews,supervise your dog. And when it gets
small enough for dogs to swallow,please take it away.

 It is always good
practice to wash the Antlers with warm soapy water thoroughly before
handing them to your dogs.

 Please note that Moose Antlers does not come as many variety of shapes,colors,textures as Deer Antlers. No branched out like Deer Antlers.

 One same Antlers
can provide Palette so much fun,and I am sure you can clearly see how
much she loves it.

I can chew with one paws.. my secret talent

One paw chew.. pausing for mom..

Two paws chew..with wet nose..

Moose Antlers got a little slimy with my drool…

I love Moose Antler!!

you got Moose Antlers yet?

 Join Palette’s secret Moose Antlers club.
Palette would enjoy Moose  Antler pawty with other furry friends!


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