Hope everyone had a FUN enjoyable weekend. I sure had lots of Golden FUN especially with the Giant Sprinkler that our friend built in our backyard for a museum project. If you missed my post, click here. We also attended a parade and got interviewed for a university paper article, Dogs That Attended the 4th of July Parade.
We had fireworks for 4 days, the loudest day was on the 4th but I hardly heard it because I was occupied munching a Tasty Treat. When unknown noises occur #3 on my mom’s list to do to make me feel good is to keep me distracted with a treat. Typically, a banana in my Kong will keep me occupied but this time mom gave me a Medium Split Elk Antler from Best Elk Antlers . It is truly a special treat as I only get to munch an antler in the Fall and its only Summer.
I started munching the Split Elk Antler an hour before the loud noises.
An hour has past and I’m still munching away …
Are Elk Antlers good for Dogs? Yes.
Elk Antlers are produced by a male elk which naturally shed it once year.
The Elk Antlers are cut and sanded for dogs to chew.
What differs Best Elk Antlers with other antlers manufacturing company?
1) Their Elk Antlers are 100% natural.
No artificial colorings and/or flavor enhancers/preservatives.
2) Each of their Elk Antlers are jam packed of natural sources such as calcium, phosphorous, glucosamine and chondroitin which is good for your dogs’s bone, teeth and dog’s overall health.
3) Hypo-allergenic Elk Antlers.
4) 100% odor free.
5) Made in America (State of Colorado)
Video Updated 7/21 from YouTube to Vimeo. If you wish to see the YouTube version, click here.
Best Elk Antlers provided me 2 Medium 1) Split and 2) Whole. Mom says I’ll get to chew the whole next month (Special Golden Day celebration – make sure to check my post tomorrow).
I give Best Elk Antlers Medium Split Elk Antler 4/4 Golden Paws.
Lots of Golden Thanks Best Elk Antlers.
Find some time to check out their PAWsome website.
Review Disclaimer: Best Elk Antlers provided Sugar to try a Medium Split Elk Antler to try. Golden Woofs: Sugar The Golden retriever was not composted for this review.
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