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Highland Fallow Antler Dog Chews

Highland Fallow Antler Dog Chews

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When it comes to antlers for dogs, there are different types available, including normal antlers and fallow antlers. Understanding the differences between these options can help you make an informed choice for your fluffy canine.

A normal antler typically refers to antlers sourced from deer, such as red deer or roe deer. These antlers are known for their hardness and durability, making them suitable for dogs that are aggressive chewers or have strong jaws. Normal antlers can provide a long-lasting chew experience and are often favoured by dogs that enjoy a challenge. (CLICK HERE to see our range of standard Antlers)

On the other hand, fallow antlers come from a different species of deer called fallow deer. Fallow antlers have a unique characteristic - they tend to be softer and easier for dogs to chew compared to normal antlers. This makes them an excellent option for dogs that are new to antler chews, have dental issues, or prefer a softer texture.

The softer nature of fallow antlers can be particularly beneficial for dogs with weaker teeth, puppies going through the teething phase, or senior dogs that may struggle with harder chews. Fallow antlers still provide a satisfying chewing experience, but with a slightly different texture and level of durability compared to normal antlers.

It's important to consider your dog's chewing style, jaw strength, and dental condition when choosing between normal antlers and fallow antlers. Both options offer natural benefits such as dental hygiene, mineral content, and long-lasting entertainment. By understanding the differences, you can select the most suitable antler chew for your dog's individual needs and preferences.
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