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Yakers Dog Chew

Yakers Dog Chew

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Yakers Dog Chew

by Yakers
£14.99
What are YAKERS made from?
YAKERS are made from cheese that comes from a blend of Yak and Cow milk. The cheese is vegetarian as the only ingredients are milk, with the smallest amount of Lime Juice and Salt to help turn the milk into cheese.

How are YAKERS made?
YAKERS find their origin in the hills of the Himalayas. Originally made for human consumption, they are still widely eaten by the Himalayan people and their dogs. YAKERS are made from a mix of skimmed Yak and Cow milk. A very small amount of lime juice and salt is added to coagulate (harden) the milk, which is then compressed into blocks and smoke dried for 28 days to give the chews their unique flavour.

Why are some YAKERS different in colour and why do they smell smoky?
YAKERS are smoked in the Himalayas using traditional methods. Each chew is laid on drying racks and they dry through the use of traditional smokers. The chews are moved up in height weekly over a 4 week period as they dry so that they are further away from the smoker, so the difference in colour shouldn't be too great, however a darker colour just means that they have had more smoke than others. This colour may vary slightly from batch to batch too.

Why do YAKERS have the dimples on the sides?
This happens when the cheese is being compressed into blocks as it is wrapped in muslin cloth.

What is the best way to store YAKERS?
Keep your YAKERS in a cool and dry place. These products get better with age and last longer the older they are which is why there is a 5 year shelf life on them.

How old does my dog have to be for YAKERS?
YAKERS are suitable for all dogs over 4 months old.

Are YAKERS high in fat as they are made from Cheese?
YAKERS are low in fat at only 5.2%, the cheese used is made from skimmed milk as all of the cream is removed as part of the process.

Isn't salt bad for dogs?
Salt in large amounts is harmful for dogs as it is for humans.
However in YAKERS we only use a tiny amount of salt along with lime juice to get the cheese to coagulate (harden) at the very start of the manufacturing process. The salt content in YAKERS is less than 0.1%.
NatuTripe Sold out

NatuTripe

by Jr Pet Products
Sold out
£2.50

Simply 100% pure tripe pressed in to the shape of a bone

  • High protein
  • Cares for teeth and gums
  • Suitable as a treat, reward or training aid.
Antos Split Antler Small

Antos Split Antler Small

by Antos
£3.98
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Antos Antler Large

Antos Antler Large

by Antos
£13.05
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Antos Split Antler Large

Antos Split Antler Large

by Antos
£8.64
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Antos Antler Small

Antos Antler Small

by Antos
£5.07
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Antos Antler Medium

Antos Antler Medium

by Antos
£8.34
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Antos Split Antler Medium

Antos Split Antler Medium

by Antos
£5.66
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Antos Fallow Antler Medium

Antos Fallow Antler Medium

by Antos
£7.46
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Jr Dried Tripe Sticks Sold out

Jr Dried Tripe Sticks

by Jr Pet Products
Sold out
£1.50

Made from 100% natural air dried tripe.

  • High protein
  • Cares for teeth and gums
  • Suitable as a treat, reward or training aid.
Antos Fallow Antler Large

Antos Fallow Antler Large

by Antos
£11.49
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.
Antos Antler Extra Large

Antos Antler Extra Large

by Antos
£16.68
Antlers make fantastic dog chews because they are totally natural, long lasting, provide good minerals and are odourless to humans. Dogs can be quite choosy about what they like to chew on but we haven?t come across a dog that doesn?t like Antler Dog Chews. From puppies to older dogs, all are fascinated by them and love to explore the different taste and texture; gnawing, playing, chewing, licking, carrying and grinding them. And they don?t go off ? which means that dogs can leave them and come back to it, day after day, for weeks or months. Why antler treats are so good for your dog 100% natural Packed full of tasty minerals and nutrients, Antler Dog Chews contain a fantastic amount of minerals: Ash, Protein, Fibre, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Iron, Sodium and Potassium Made of a hard bony material, harder than normal bone, that?s much less likely to splinter or shatter, and that means they last and last, longer than raw hide and compacted vegetable starch chews. They?re good for your dog?s teeth, as it doesn?t fill gaps in teeth and the chewing /gnawing, grinds down the chew slowly, helping to keep teeth clean and healthy. They?re also really good for dogs with sensitive tummies and those on a fat controlled diet. Antler is a fantastic ingredient because it contains all these beneficial minerals: Collagen ? Good for bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage Lipids ? Essential for growth and development Glucosamine ? Good for joints and tissues Calcium and phosphorous ? Benefits bones and teeth Iron ? Essential for healthy blood cells Potassium ? Good for nerve and muscle function Magnesium ? Aids in storing and releasing energy Chewing is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, expends energy and keeps them occupied and out of trouble, i.e. chewing the legs off your favourite chair! Chewing releases positive chemicals from the brain, which will keep your dog content as well. Wild dogs have been chewing on Antlers probably for as long as both have existed. And why antler treats are good for you too! They have very low odour to humans, but smell delicious to sensitive dog noses. Antler Dog Chews last far longer than most other chews or treats, like rawhide, sticks made from starch, pig?s ears or other compacted starch chews, which means you don?t have to buy so many! You know you are giving your dog a chew that has not been boiled, processed or pumped full of additives. 100% totally natural Our antler dog chews and treats are cut from naturally shed, year fresh, deer antlers, from healthy free ranging deer that live natural lives. All our antlers are free from chemicals, preservatives, colouring and additives of any sort, just pure and natural as nature intended. A healthy alternative to rawhide, chemically processed, rubber and manmade chews. Deer grow a new pair of Antlers each year from the time that they are a year old. Each set of antlers are naturally shed in late winter/early spring. Antlers are unique to the deer family, and are composed of a bone like material which regenerates each year. Antlers grow on more than sixty kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou and elk. Each antler grows from an attachment point on the skull called a pedicle.The Antlers begin as layers of cartilage then slowly mineralise into bone. In the beginning they are soft and easily damaged, until they completely mineralise in the late summer. Antlers grow very quickly and faster than any other type of bone, growing up to 2.5 cm per day in the summer! These truly amazing structures, are being studied by biologists in the hopes of learning the secrets of fast cell growth, which may unlock cures to various forms of cancer. As they get larger they begin to branch out and are covered with a thin skin of fine fur. At this time the blood that flows to the antlers stops, and they begin to harden. When the antlers have reached their full growth, the protective fur dries out, and the deer will rub it off on trees. Finally in the winter, the antlers will fall off. With each successive year's growth the antlers will branch into more points until the deer has reached his prime. Variations and sizing Antler Dog Chews are totally natural and cut from complete antlers. These will vary in colour, from greyish beige to dark brown. The shape can be straight or branched, thick or thin. In the centre of the antler is a softer portion that is tastier to dogs and is similar to marrow. Some antlers are softer than others, and you may find that your dog chews one antler faster than another. We have suggested sizes for different breeds, but you know your dog best, some little dogs are tough chewers, and some larger dogs are more gentle. With the large range available at Antler Dog Chews, there is bound to be one that suits your dog. Safety Like any dog chew, you need to be watchful when allowing your dog to chew on an Antler. Do not let your dog chew on an Antler that he could choke on, keep an eye on how small the antler is getting and take it away when it gets too small. When you give your dog his antler, keep a watch that your dog is gnawing on the antler and not trying to break it or bite it. If he is bearing down hard on the antler, it is best to take it away from him (remember to give him a treat for giving it up!), as chewing it too hard could damage his teeth. Every chew has it's dangers, so do watch your dog and be satisfied that he is gnawing not biting.