$9.60 – $27.00
Are goat horns safe for dogs? 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.
Goat Horns are the ultimate chew toy: they’re the healthy, boredom-busting, long lasting treat choice for dogs that love to chew. It’s good news because horns are a dental delight — regular chewing can scrape away tartar build-up from the surface of your dog’s teeth by a stellar 70%.
Great for the obsessive chewer
Proving to be a very popular chew, they are slightly softer than an antler but still provide your dog with a good chew.
The main composition of horns is keratin, the same material that makes up hair and fingernails. The core of a horn is, however, made of bone.
Used for defense, horns are extremely advantageous in the wild. Horns will grow for an animal’s entire life, much like a turtle’s, which is also permanent and comprised of bone and keratin. But horns cannot grow back, which means a broken horn can make an animal extra vulnerable in the wild.
A Guide to Goat Horn Sizing
Small horns – 50g to 100g (only suitable for small dogs)
Medium horns – From 100g to 150g
Large horns – From 150g to 200g
XL horns – From 200g to 250g
XXL horns – From 250g to 300g