Half Deer Horn for Dogs

Half Deer Horn for Dogs

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Half deer antler, perfect natural chew for your dog. Available in 3 different sizes.

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The half deer horn is an ideal masticative for the dog. The longitudinal cut makes the horn more palatable by exposing the central part.

The benefits of antlers arise from the relaxing action that their gnawing stimulates on the dog and in the concrete help to the dental hygiene of your four-legged friend, both in terms of cleaning and sharpening. They are odorless, do not dirty, do not splinter, are a natural source of mineral salts and are free of fat, dyes and chemical preservatives therefore also suitable for people with intolerances or overweight.

No animals are killed, the stages are not removed but simply follow the cycle of nature.

Intended use:

Product intended for dogs to strengthen teeth and gums, benefit from a relaxing effect and for the intake of minerals, it is important to select the horn size according to the size of the dog. WARNING: The choice is of absolute importance, since an excessive size and hardness of the bones, not proportionate to the size, have highlighted the risk of dental fractures in dogs.


- Hardness: average

- Grain free

- Mono protein

- Gluten-free


S: weight between 50 and 79 grams

M: weight between 80 and 129 grams

L: weight between 130 and 199 grams

Analytical components:

Proteins/ Protein 35,20 %

Fat / Fat 0.50 %

Ash / Ashes 20,00 %

Humidity / Moisture 7,90 %

Fibre / Fibre 2,00 %

Process of production:

The animal naturally loses the stage.

Once collected, the process of washing, sterilization and cutting is carried out.

It is then labeled pending sale.

Please note: To limit the degradation of the product during transport, it is not possible to return references Taste


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