SeniorChewz uses a part of antler that is the softest, so it's not as hard on dog's teeth. They can chew without pain and irritation. SeniorChewz are gentle on the teeth and gums and can actually be soothing for the older dog. The 5.5-6" long antler chew is split so your dog can access the soft marrow inside. Every bite releases the calcium, phosphorous and other natural minerals that your older dog needs to support his/her health. Taking care of your senior dog is a reward of its own; it's buying them the best antler dog chew and giving them back what they have given you their whole life.
Who else wants to support their dogs’ vitality and comfort? Like puppies, adult dogs also chew for comfort. They like to put just about anything in their mouths when they are roaming around on a walk or playing indoors. Of course, if what they find is edible, even if it’s in a trash can, they will find a way to get to it. They need to chew!
Understanding why your adult dog needs a dog chew: Chewing helps promote healthy teeth and gums. Using Antler Chewz will help you care for your dogs’ dental health. You can keep his/her teeth clean and the gums free of infections. We know you care about your dogs quality of life and isn’t dental health part of supporting their vitality? Antler dog chews have the nutrients they need.
Don’t just give your dog a bone. Livestock bones and pig skin chews are not vitamin or mineral rich. But, Antler Chewz are!
Full of calcium and phosphorus, they come from naturally shed deer antler. Wild deer shed their antlers once a year as part of a natural process, after which the deer re-grow another set. They don’t contain any plastics, petrochemicals, empty starches or artificial flavors. Better still, Antler Chewz don’t splinter. Some bones, like chicken bones, splinter easily. These small pieces of bone can get stuck in your dogs throat and become a threat to his/her health.
Giving your dog comfort: Chewing is healthy for dogs of all ages. But, sometimes it can also be a sign of boredom or separation anxiety. If your dog is suffering, it can lead to destructive chewing. This is how they are expressing their emotions to you. When you come home and your dog has torn apart the house, he/she is really trying to tell you they need comfort and reassurance from you. No one wants to suffer from anxiety – neither does your dog.
Some reasons for chewing:
- Attention: “Will you play a game?” If your dog learns that you get up and chase him around after picking something up in his mouth (such as your shoe), he will quickly learn that this is a great way to get your attention.
- Separation Anxiety: “Please don’t leave me alone.” If your dog suffers distress when left alone, they can be destructive. Chewing helps them relax. It gives them a sense of control and comfort.
- Boredom: “I need something to do.” Dogs left alone for long periods or who are neglected, receiving inadequate mental and physical stimulation are likely to become bored. Some breeds, like Springer Spaniels, have a naturally high activity level. They become easily bored, which can lead to destructive chewing.
Your care and attention are a crucial part of your dogs well being. Antler Chewz can be a great tool to support dental health, supply nutrients and relieve anxiety.