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Premium Grade “A” Antler: Healthy Single Ingredient Chew That Also Provides Meals For Shelter Dogs

$19.99

  • 2 Reviews

Project Paws® Premium Grade “A” antler is a safe, long-lasting chew that dogs go absolutely nuts for! Most pet chews have a bad odor and will leave a mess, unlike our antlers. This chew leaves no residue and the only mess that will be on the floor is some possible drool from your dog enjoying the treat!

And because our antlers are naturally shed through a natural yearly process that does not harm the deer in any way, no animals are harmed in the collection of our antlers. This single ingredient, all-natural antler promotes healthy teeth and gums for your four-legged friend as your pup gnaws on them.

Also available in a 3-pack!

In addition to the joy of knowing your dog is enjoying this simple pleasure, your purchase will provide healthy meals for a shelter dog waiting for their forever home!

  • 100% Digestible & All-Natural
  • No chemicals or preservatives, unlike rawhide that can contain bleach or other additives
  • Ideal for dogs 40 lbs. and up
  • Single ingredient, low fat
  • Natural teeth cleaner: The hard surfaces scrape off plaque and activate a dog’s saliva which is a dog’s natural way of keeping bacteria off their teeth
  • For each antler sold, we donate meals to shelter dogs through RescueBank™

While our Premium Grade “A”  antler is a safer and healthier alternative to chews like rawhide, always monitor your dog while chewing. If your dog tries to swallow large pieces, discontinue use.

Average size: 8″ (color and shape varies)

This product feeds 3 shelter dogs! Learn More
Shipping InfoShipping InfoShips from Florida via USPS standard (3-5 business days). International Orders.

Verified Customer Reviews

04/12/2019

It is huge (so worth the money) but feel I need to cut it in half as it is in a V shape and worried my dog may receive a mouth injury By: Sherry

04/02/2019

Bigger than I thought it would be, which was nice! Pup likes it too! By: Stacey