Acadia Antlers strives to be the premier source of Moose Antler dog chews across the northeast. Our antlers touch the lives, hearts, health and happiness of, not only the pet, but the pet owner as well. Made from the highest quality Maine moose sheds, we are proud to be environmentally responsible, the recovery and use of these sheds and drops minimize our carbon footprint, while enabling us to provide our pets with an all natural, green product.
Acadia Antlers, America's favorite long lasting dog chew, made from naturally shed Maine moose antlers
Acadia Antlers are all natural dog chews, that come in a variety of sizes, shapes and regional flavors. Sure to leave your dog content and howling for more, these dog chews are for any dog in any shape, breed, or size.
Acadia Antlers are a great alternative to rawhide and other messy dog treats -- they are non-splintering and an all natural source of calcium and minerals with trace amounts of iron, zinc, and sodium. The antlers are naturally shed from Maine Moose. No animal was harmed in the making of these chews! The chews are long lasting with no mess and no odor. Our antlers are freshly shed and rich in color and don't come close in comparison to the grey and chalky ones for sale in most retail chains.
Many people are familiar with deer antlers sold as dog chews and wonder what the difference is. Moose is the hardest antler, then elk, then deer. So... if you buy deer antlers and they last about a week, perhaps its time to try a moose antler. It will last much longer, proving in the end that it was a more economical choice than other chews that need to be replaced weekly.
Acadia Antlers will only sell MAINE moose antlers, and is proud to have a great network of shedhunters that maintain our ability to stay in the business of keeping your dogs happy! Did you know that Maine's moose population runs about 29,000 thoughout the state? Males only have the antlers, so perhaps 15,000 pairs are shed each year, and if found, many are crafted into chandeliers, furniture, and taxidermy mountings. You develop an appreciation for these terrific treats when you realize they are only available in limited quantities, especially when compared to deer which are very common. Today there are over 20 million deer in the United States and numbers are rising.