Moose Antler Anatomy

Moose Antler Anatomy

Moose Antler Anatomy

The tines and beams are the hardest, longest lasting cut from a moose antler. These are great for any type dog esspecially for aggresive chewers. 

The brow palm and usually about 1/3 of the way up the main palm are still very solid. They are just as hard as the tines and beams, just a bit thinner. These are good for most any type dog.

The upper 2/3 of the main palm is typically a bit softer. These cuts are reserved for smaller, older and softer chewing dogs.