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Old 11-19-2012, 09:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Antlers...appropriate for puppy teeth?

Jager is just starting his teething stage and cant seem to keep his mouth off of anything. I have gotten antlers for my other dogs to chew on and he seems to really like to chew on them. My questions is, should I be giving him softer things to chew on or are the antlers okay? What are some other things you give your teething puppy?


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Old 11-19-2012, 09:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I think the antlers that are cut in half so that the softer inside is exposed work pretty good. I read that they are good for puppies and senior dogs, compared to the whole antlers which are a lot tougher to chew on.
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I don't even give them to my adult dogs because of the risk for fractures and breaks. Ask a veterinary dentist about the effects they've seen from antlers...


I'd personally give a puppy something softer that they can really sink their teeth into that will feel good against their gums. the gum sensation helps ease the discomfort of teething. I would think that antlers for a teething puppy would be counter productive. I'd also think they might break off parts of the puppy teeth and cause damage instead of helping them come out completely.

This is just my view though, many people here give their dogs antlers. I used to but not anymore.

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I think the antlers that are cut in half so that the softer inside is exposed work pretty good.
those are the ones we buy, they are expensive but are the only things my dogs cannot destroy in under .05 seconds.
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I would think that antlers for a teething puppy would be counter productive. I'd also think they might break off parts of the puppy teeth and cause damage instead of helping them come out completely..
what would you recommend that would be softer? I've tried soaking a towel and knotting it up and freezing it, he just rips it up. should I bite the bullet and buy the actual teething toys for pups by Nylabone?
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I LOVE antlers. We have never had a problem, and my 6yo male Leo is a heavy chewer. They are hard, but the saliva kinda "softens" them into a grainy texture, but it still lasts.

IMO, best chew you can buy. They last, are safe, digestible, odorless, and don't stain fabric.
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those are the ones we buy, they are expensive but are the only things my dogs cannot destroy in under .05 seconds.
That's what I've started buying, and same, they last foreverrr! I pretty much only give those and bully sticks now, with the occasional cow ear or half knuckle bone.



For baby teeth, 6 or 12 inch bully sticks would last a week, and he loved them. Too bad he can go through one of those in a couple of hours now... 30 inch still seem to work though, lol!
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what would you recommend that would be softer? I've tried soaking a towel and knotting it up and freezing it, he just rips it up. should I bite the bullet and buy the actual teething toys for pups by Nylabone?
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what would you recommend that would be softer? I've tried soaking a towel and knotting it up and freezing it, he just rips it up. should I bite the bullet and but the actual teething toys for pups by Nylabone?
I did buy the toys specifically for teething but other members might have some good ideas for alternatives.
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I pretty much only give those and bully sticks now
My pup goes through a bullystick within 4 minutes, seriously I timed him and it was gone in minutes!!!! I was amazed!
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My pup goes through a bullystick within 4 minutes, seriously I timed him and it was gone in minutes!!!! I was amazed!
Even the jumbo thick ones??? I notice that Riley will go through the thin ones or braided ones in an instant, but has a harder time with thick ones. I've become "that strange picky lady, sieving through all the bull pizzles..." at the pet stores, LOL!
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Even the jumbo thick ones??? I notice that Riley will go through the thin ones or braided ones in an instant, but has a harder time with thick ones. I've become "that strange picky lady, sieving through all the bull pizzles..." at the pet stores, LOL!
we haven't gotten the huge ones yet just the braided ones. we will try a thick one.
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Even the jumbo thick ones??? I notice that Riley will go through the thin ones or braided ones in an instant, but has a harder time with thick ones. I've become "that strange picky lady, sieving through all the bull pizzles..." at the pet stores, LOL!
Leo can eat a jumbo bully in like 7 minutes. Puppy can't, but full grown dober boy will annihilate that before you can fold a load of landry!
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I give puppies starting at about 5 months of age a large raw knuckle bone. They get this once or twice a week through their life time. The vet said the other day while Jasmine's teeth were a little worn down (at 6 years old) they were beautiful! She has never had any dental surgery/cleaning. Here is a picture of Cash at about 4.5 months enjoying a bone...oh well I can't find the pic. I have posted it before. I'm sure you could find the the type of bone I am talking about.

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Jasmine and Saph really are twins haha. The vet said the same about her teeth, they are a bit worn but she thought for sure i was brushing them.
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yesssssss. these things are fantastic.
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what would you recommend that would be softer? I've tried soaking a towel and knotting it up and freezing it, he just rips it up. should I bite the bullet and buy the actual teething toys for pups by Nylabone?
Those Nylabone teething keys were Bronsons favorite toy when he was teething. He also loved ice cubes
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I froze a water bottle and put a sock over it and tied it off and Jase love it.
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Same here. Paid 6 bucks for a 12 stick only to have it gone in an hour. I use the kong frozen now for my pup.
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I would stay away from the towels and socks since it could create a habit of chewing on those when not appropriate. Having them removed from the intestines is not something most of us would want to see our babies go through!

I have a couple antlers on hand and let my 7 month old pup chew them on occasion. ONLY SUPERVISED. Any chew item should always been supervised so you can keep an eye on them and what they are up to with it. Be careful.
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