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Old 11-15-2012, 08:22 PM
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All I can say is Jaxx is a darn super-dog!!! Mine have standard Aussie Antlers they ignore and 1 x ZiwiPeak Antler that somehow found it's way in with a bunch of toys several months ago - all 4 have taken turns chewing on that daily and it's not even marked.

Sigh, I wish we had those super Yak Milk/Cheese treats over here, they sound beyond fantastic - Jazz would probably grate/shred one up in seconds bless him
That is so sad that they regulate things like Antlers and I can't imagine getting a warning letter about something like that.

Usually when I buy the ZP antlers I buy the medium or large. Jaxx has no problem carrying them around and they last a little while longer than the small ones.

I have looked at the Yak milk treats and wondered how long it would take him to go through one. I have also thought about bully sticks but if he goes through them like he does ZP deer antlers I would go broke. I usually save ZP deer antlers for when he is hyper and I need to do school work because I know it is a guarantee that he will chew on it for a while.

He is definitely an aggressive chewer on his chews although his other deer antlers he chews on every day and I can barely tell he has touched it. Luckily he has never chewed on anything else except for his toys and chews. He went through a time period when I stopped buying him stuffies because he tore them up within a day. Now I buy them and I just tell him not to hurt the stuffy and he doesn't chew it up so bad.
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:19 PM
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What a nice surprise getting all that in the post! I love the picture of Jaxx chomping away!

Think I'll have to try Max with the ZP antler at some point as he didn't bother with the stagbar one I got him, I think it was too hard.
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:39 PM
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What a nice surprise getting all that in the post! I love the picture of Jaxx chomping away!

Think I'll have to try Max with the ZP antler at some point as he didn't bother with the stagbar one I got him, I think it was too hard.
I love that picture too! I am not sure how I got him with that exact look on his face it looks like an OMG look
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:40 PM
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That pic of Jaxx going to town on the antler is too cute! We finished up a small bag of bacon bits today (we like them on our salads), so I put Chica's Petsmart antler and her Nylabone (durable type) in the bag. I'll let them "marinate" overnight, and surprise her with them in the morning. I'm definitely going to check out the ZP antlers too though. I'd love to get her one of those himalayan/yak treats, but she's such an aggressive chewer that she'd probably have it gone in no time (and they're just too pricey for a quick treat!).
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:12 PM
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That pic of Jaxx going to town on the antler is too cute! We finished up a small bag of bacon bits today (we like them on our salads), so I put Chica's Petsmart antler and her Nylabone (durable type) in the bag. I'll let them "marinate" overnight, and surprise her with them in the morning. I'm definitely going to check out the ZP antlers too though. I'd love to get her one of those himalayan/yak treats, but she's such an aggressive chewer that she'd probably have it gone in no time (and they're just too pricey for a quick treat!).
I marinate Jaxx's Petsmart antler all the time with his food. He will chew on it for a while after I do that and likes it a lot better.

Thank you I think I might have that picture printed and frame it. It really shows his personality.
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