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Whole Elk Antlers

Whole Elk Antlers

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Whole elk antlers are perfect for dogs that are moderate to heavy chewers and provide a durable and challenging chew for most dogs.  The marrow is only exposed at the end of the antler so getting the healthy source of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, iron and  zinc is more challenging. Elk antlers have the largest marrow core of any antler, thereby, giving your dog the most flavor for the money.  Your dog's chewing action grinds the antler down slowly and have virtually no odor or residue to get on your carpet or furniture.  Both split and whole antlers are some of the best chews for the money because they can last your dog weeks if not months until it is gone.

Antlers are a 100% natural chews that are shed by wild elk every March and April. All of our antlers are sourced from Colorado and the neighboring Western states and are grade A quality. Grade A premium antlers will not chip or splinter when they are being chewed unlike processed bones, or other lesser quality box store antler chews. We never purchase from elk farms which are sometimes fed growth hormones, antibiotics, and other chemicals to increase their growth.  

Antlers are an annually renewable resource so you can feel good knowing your antler chews come from Nature, and in the way Nature intended it. These mineral-rich chews will outlast any other chew on the market.

 How to use Elk Antlers

Always supervise your dog when giving antler treats. Discard the remaining antler when it gets to the point that it could possibly be swallowed.  If long term storage is needed, we recommend storing your Elk antler chews in the freezer to retain freshness.





Recommended Dog Size


3”+ wide

50-70 pounds

Giant Whole


90+ pounds

Jumbo Split


70+ pounds

XL Whole/Split


70-90 pounds

Large Whole/Split


40-70 pounds

Medium Whole/Split


20-40 pounds

Small Whole/Split


5-20 pounds

*We recommend our Split Antlers for small Dogs and Puppies*

***Sizes listed are estimations as elk antlers naturally vary***