Between the yard being a mess of frozen paw prints, sharp ridges of ice and night shift, it was time. Time to buy more antlers.
Of course, with a pack, I can't just buy one or two. That's not fair. It's not really fair that two antlers, in the size we require, cost $19.99 either. I'll save you the math, it means that antlers for everyone cost just over $70.00. Throw in a bag of kibble that lasts two weeks and say good-bye to almost two hundred dollars. Sigh. Have I told you lately how much I love them? They are worth it - every cent of it!
It always makes me think about the fact that none of the pack work. They could I'm sure. I'll have to give that some thought over the next few nights at work and see what I can come up with. Meanwhile, they are enjoying the antlers.
|Hiker saving hers for later.|
|Azule on the couch|
|Bill keeping his antler safe while napping|
Forest spend a couple of hours with an antler and concentrated on a flat section of it. By the time he finally gave it up to go outside for a pee break, he had chewed out a section as you can see here with Callie.
The oval is where Forest was chewing and after it was passed around that day and into the next, it came apart and there are now two highly desired pieces.
|Breeze, standing as she often does|
I think I should look further into mail order antlers. Companies in the USA that have great bulk prices can't/won't ship to Canada. There is a local chain-store that sells antlers cheaper but there is no indication of where they come from. The label indicates a distributor and nothing more. The ones I buy are Canadian and I'm willing to pay more to know where they are from.