Are goat horns safe for dogs to chew?

Asked By: Leland Heaney
Date created: Sun, Apr 18, 2021 12:02 PM
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A resounding YES! Dogs are born to chew, with their jaw and teeth built for gnawing on tough animal parts. Goat horns are extra special — the enzymes in dogs' saliva soften the edges and they break away for a satisfying crunch. When chewed appropriately, goat horns are not a choking hazard.
Answered By: Jaylon Hegmann
Date created: Mon, Apr 19, 2021 2:05 PM
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The healthy choice for a long lasting chew! Goat Horns are the perfect option to keep your dog occupied for longer. The natural marrow inside the horn has an irresistible taste and is also packed full of minerals that are beneficial for your dog's health!
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The healthy choice for a long lasting chew! Goat Horns are the perfect option to keep your dog occupied for longer. The natural marrow inside the horn has an irresistible taste and is also packed full of minerals that are beneficial for your dog's health!
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A resounding YES! Dogs are born to chew, with their jaw and teeth built for gnawing on tough animal parts. Goat horns are extra special — the enzymes in dogs' saliva soften the edges and they break away for a satisfying crunch. When chewed appropriately, goat horns are not a choking hazard.
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Chewing Power

If your dog is an aggressive chewer, steer clear of antlers and water buffalo horns, as these can be hard on the teeth--especially for these power chewers. Even though you'll have to purchase more often, bully sticks are a better option than a painful, costly cracked tooth.
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On the good side, water buffalo horns are great for teeth and gums. They're inexpensive, high in protein, low in fat, and last for weeks. Bully horn's hollowed-out middle is great for filling with peanut butter. On the bad side, severe splintering and breaking into shards has been reported.
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While most veterinarians advise staying away from antlers for dogs, if you do choose to give your dog an antler, it is a good idea to supervise him while your dog chews on it (or any chew toy).
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While most veterinarians advise staying away from antlers for dogs, if you do choose to give your dog an antler, it is a good idea to supervise him while your dog chews on it (or any chew toy).
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