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Weighs significantly more than our competitors, please review shipping weight below to compareLarge recommended for between 41 and 75-poundGreat source of calcium, zinc, manganese and potassium help keep tartar knocked down on teethGreat indoor chew, leaves no greasy mess on floors does not develop odor like hooves or bully sticksNatural product of the U.S.A
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13 Reddit comments about Chasing Our Tails Elk Rack Snack, 100-Percent All Naturally Shed ElkAntler Chew, Large Size 7-Inch to 10-Inch, For up to 75# Dogs:

u/puterTDI · 6 pointsr/Dogtraining
u/tokisushi · 5 pointsr/dogs

>How often should you stop

Consider their schedule already - try to maintain their bathroom/meal/exercise schedule while on the road. Dogs thrive on routine and in scary new situations like moving across country, it can be their 'rock' to get through the transition. You will likely need to stop 4 or 5 times for potty breaks, 2 or 3 times for meal breaks (try to find restaurants that allow dogs or parks for a picnic) and once or twice a day for some exercise (long walk after a picnic/meal, finding a local dog park to let them off leash, playing obedience games in the hotel, etc).

>Is there any way to find out the closest dog parks to the highway

When you are in the car and about ready for a break - get out your smart phone and do a local search for 'dog parks'. You should be able to find them fairly easy in all major cities you pass through (smaller towns are less likely to have areas like this). If you find yourself in the middle of no where and need a break - many places will have signs for states parks, nature areas or rest stops that you can take some long walks through. If possible - plan to stop at some of the bigger 'attractions'/parks and maybe spend an afternoon hiking. Your dogs will be much more tired for much longer with a nice little adventure (and it is good for the humans, too. Being stuck in a car driving across country is tough on everyone).

>Anything I should know/be prepared for before taking a 2,200 mile trip with the pups?

  • Bring a couple gallon jugs of water and bowls for them to drink out of if you have trouble finding a good dog friendly spot to water them. Consider getting something like this or this (if they will be riding in their crates).

  • Stock up on chews and entertainment for the car ride. Something that will last them a while but not smell terrible (Try Himalayan Dog Chews or Deer Antler)

  • If they will not be riding in their crates - they should at least be wearing a well fitting harness and be using a doggy seatbelt (it can help keep them in place and protect them in case of an accident - look for harnesses that have a crash test rating, if possible).

  • Maintain your schedule as much as you can. Try to get in a good amount of tiring exercise in the morning, a nice walk in the afternoon and a walk in the evening to stretch their legs and help keep them calm.

  • Do google searches in large towns/cities you know you will be passing through for dog parks, rest areas and dog friendly restaurants to take breaks at.

  • Big changes like this can cause some anxiety which can lead to tummy upset - bring a lot of poop bags, enzymatic cleaner, paper towels and plastic bags with you - as well as a few different sets of towels/blankets just in case. A can of 100% pumpkin puree (not pie filling) kept in a cooler with a can cover can also help with any tummy discomfort (add a tablespoon to kibble at meal times).
u/sparrklez · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You are both quite possibly the most beautiful redditors in the world!! :)

<.a href="http://www.amazon.com/Modern-PURPLE-BLACK-SILVER-Chenille/dp/B00B6PJ2HA/ref=sr_1_88?s=bedbath&ie=UTF8&qid=1371237879&sr=1-88&keywords=Bedding">Gift One<./a> I am moving out on my own again soon and I really need some bedding!
<.a href="http://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Our-Tails-100-Percent-Naturally/dp/B0053WMOKE/ref=lp_2975434011_1_17?ie=UTF8&qid=1371238681&sr=1-17">Gift two<./a> A treat for my best bud!

C'mon...gimme.
You guys are awesome for doing this! :)

u/SonoMascalzone · 2 pointsr/dogs

My 2 1/2 year old Golden Retriever (now 80 pounds) has a box full of animals, chews, balls and tug ropes. it appears her absolute favorite is
called "Chasing Our Tails Elk Rack Snack" about an 8-9" piece of elk antler. She chews and chews and it seems to never wear down. I purchased it on Amazon in October 2012 for $20. A solid investment giving her hours of enjoyment. I'm including link but if that doesn't work the description should bring it up on Amazon's pages. Good luck - wish I could have a few more dogs around the house but mine absolutely hates other dogs. She loves humans of all sizes and shapes but goes nuts when another dog comes close. It's a bit of a pain as I have to regulate her walk times so minimize exposure to other dogs. I won't even talk about cats, squirrels or rabbits.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0053WMOKE/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/thatotherguy321 · 2 pointsr/Dogtraining

I get these for my dogs.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0053WMOKE/

Reasonably priced compared to local stores.

u/IDFKwhereGilliganIs · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Meet Terra. She is a red nose pitbull mix. She'll do just about anything for a treat, including "Shut the Front Door". Like Reginald, she is a POWER chewer. When we first got her and hasn't figured that out, she preferred coffee tables D: Then, we discovered elk antlers.. For a power chewer, just make sure you get the right size, or they tend to go through them fast. Terra isn't allowed to have anything but her black Kong and an XL elk antler, and a rope that is kept away for special play time, that would otherwise become shreds around the house in a couple hours. The antlers are expensive, but Terra chews on hers for about 2 hours a day AT LEAST and she's barely made a dent. Congrats on bringing Reginald into your family!

EDIT to add a couple more pictures:

u/suckinonmytitties · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

We should totally get these elk rack snacks because I also have a largish dog and my cousin who owns his own pet store always talks about how great and natural these are but I have still never bought one yet! ZOMG We Need this! FOR HAPPY PUPPIES!

u/CornFedHonky · 1 pointr/pitbulls

Haven't seen anyone say this here yet and it's been a life-saver for me: Lacrosse Balls. They are a hard rubbery material that they can't destroy. Mine love theirs. She was always a tennis ball freak, but tore them apart in seconds. Also, Elk Antler is expensive but lasts a long time and is healthier for your dog than bones.


Edit: I've also had good luck with Jolly Balls for a good soccer/basketball sized toy. They are made of a real tough material, but are also kind of bouncy. I've had the same one for about 3 years now with no holes.

u/Sinnocent · 1 pointr/pitbulls

Our GSD Pit mix tears through everything but keeps no interest in anything "fake" (nylabones, etc). So we constantly buy her knuckles, antlers, and yak milk bones. Her favorite toys are tennis balls though because she likes to bite down and get the bounce-back from the rubber but she destroys them by cracking them in half within a week. I found these the other day and I'm gonna test them out to see if they work (a reviewer showed a video of their GSD chewing them the same way and they hadn't destroyed them in over 6 months)

u/The0therWhiteMeat · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here are my dogs being a beast Ike the Rhodesian Ridgeback/Boxer mix (Can you tell which one he is?) and the runt of the litter Boxer Roxi. They don't mess around when people come around.

Lucy definitely needs this antler for her birthday, I don't think she'd be able to chew threw this bad boy (That's a challenge)

Beautiful dog!

u/unicorn_factory · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy birthday Lucy! My dog Fenrir will be 3 on July 1st and Tuesday will be 12 in September.

If your dog is an extream chewer like my little pit is you might want to try antlers both of my dogs love them and they actually last for more than a month.

And here is my little dog being a beast trying to get his stick.

If I win please get my dogs something from their WL

u/playhertwo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hi! I have a big softy German Shepherd named Jack, who also loves to destroy everything. He ate my couch! Yes, while I was at the grocery store, he ate the cushions off of my sectional sofa. He also ate a glass butter dish to get to the butter. Always while I'm at the grocery store! There was blood everywhere. My vet told me he was okay, tongues bleed a lot, and just asked how much butter he ate :| he has gotten to my shoes, my daughter's plastic chairs, lots of stuffed animals, the list goes on and on! He has mellowed out a lot now, but he can go to town on some toys!

I'm not sure how big your dog is, but how about some antlers?

This is an add on, but it has lasted a few months now for Jack. He has the dinosaur pictured.

Jack has a few balls in this style and they have lasted for forever! He loves them! They also have a similar one at target in their bins for around $5. This is another toy made from the same stuff.

He has also had this shark and a few others made like this and they last at least a couple weeks before he starts tearing their limbs off.

I have this or a Kong toy on my wish list for him :)

u/kittehmew · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

"Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole."

I like the puppy and day of adventures ones. <3 Perfect memories of your pup.

So sorry for your loss. <3 I get all depressed just thinking about what I will do when time comes, I only hope that when it does, at least my pets have lived a happy life with the ones they love. And obviously it looks like yours did, so that makes it just a tiny bit easier.

This is my dog, Merlin, and also probably the kitten in there. He is deaf, and really dumb, but he is MY first pup I picked out, and I love him like no other, plus he is so damn cute and goofy. He also is generally good with my daughter and just a good member of our family.

An Antler for him would be awesome, they're one of his fave things and his is down to a nub, but they're expensive.