Do deer age like dogs?

Asked By: Julianne VonRueden
Date created: Thu, Mar 4, 2021 4:38 AM
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Answered By: Enola Moore
Date created: Fri, Mar 5, 2021 6:41 AM

Safe chewing!: Whole deer antlers for dogs are much less likely to chip or splinter than processed bones as the chewing grinds the antler chew down slowly.

Antlers split down the center can cause it to dry out quickly and become brittle.

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Venison is an extremely rich meat for dogs so unless they're working, they get really fat, really fast.

Don't give them just the meat alone.

The organs, bones, and connective tissue are the most dog pleasing, nutritious parts.

They also love the tongue and nose for some reason.

The dogs that appreciate chewing antlers the most are young dogs and dogs that just love to chew. Chewing antlers is very good for dogs in many ways. It helps keep their teeth clean, and it expends energy and keeps the dog out of trouble and out from under foot. Antler chews are also full of nutrients such as calcium.
Originally bred as a gundog to handle big game like deer and bear, the Weimaraner, or “Silver Ghost,” was a highly sought-after dog breed in their native Germany. Today, these elegant but demanding dogs can still be found out on the hunting grounds.

Perhaps most importantly, their sense of smell is important for scent communication with other deer.

deer have seven glands that are used primarily for scent communication.

The nose of a whitetail deer has up to 297 million olfactory receptors, dogs have 220 million with humans limiting out with just five million.


Deer have a sense of smell that humans can barely even begin to imagine! Deer have up to 297 million olfactory (scent) receptors in their nose.

In comparison, dogs have 220 million and humans have just 5 million olfactory receptors.


Only the most badly wounded deer can be caught and the dogs then invariably bay it, rather than attack.

Since more often than not the deer escapes the standers on a drive, dog hunting often involves long hours of searching for wayward hounds.

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