Petstages deer horn

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  1. Meredith Kenworthy

    Meredith Kenworthy Registered Users

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    My lab got one of these tonight and chewed the end about an inch down little by little in just an hour. Is that normal?? I took it away, but I'm really scared it's going to make her sick. I've only had her for two weeks. She's about 2 yrs old, according to the vet. Help!
     
  2. Hollysdad

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    I don't give Holly antler horns because they're very hard and can break teeth.
     
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    I don't give my two them either. Like Phil said they can break teeth :eek:
     
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    I’m not familiar with the deer horn, but we’ve had several of the pet stages ‘fake stick’ and that gets chewed down until small and then thrown out.
     
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    Definitely wouldn't give them to Hattie & Charlie, to much of a dental risk which is not only very painful for a dog but for your wallet too. x
     
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  6. Meredith Kenworthy

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    Just saw that I got some responses. Thanks, all! Just fyi, she threw up a bunch of plastic that night and seemed fine the next day. No more petstages or deer antlers for us!
     

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