It’s normal and healthy for dogs to chew on objects as they explore the world, but chewing can become a problem if your dog chews on the wrong things. So, direct your pet’s chewing activities to something healthy to chew on!
Immature elk antlers start as cartilage covered in the skin with a short, dense fur called velvet because it looks and feels like velvet. This velvet allows oxygen-rich blood to reach growing antlers as the antlers mature. Eventually, the cartilage calcifies into bone, and the elk would rub the velvet off their antlers because it becomes quite itchy. Elk Velvet Antler (EVA) refers to the whole elk antler harvested during the velvet stage of growth.
At Wolf Creek Elk Ranch, we harvest antlers once a year in the springtime from healthy bulls while they are still in velvet stage when they are covered in velvet. We carry out this humane, low-stress process under the direction of the herd veterinarian.
After harvesting, Wolf Creek Elk Ranch markets green and freeze-dried antler as an ingredient product for Wapiti Labs. Because these elk immediately begin to regrow their antlers, EVA is an entirely renewable resource.
At Wapiti Labs, we produce premium supplements created with pure Minnesota raised Elk Velvet Antler and herbs using a proprietary extraction process.
Because we want what is best for you and your pets, we never use fillers or artificial ingredients.
EVA naturally contains glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, and over 40 other nutrients essential to human and pet health. It is also thought to have anti-inflammatory properties and support muscle strength, among other benefits.
If you have joint pain, stiffness, or are looking for a natural energy boost, give elk velvet antler a try; we think you’ll love the results! Wapiti Labs’ natural pet supplements are endorsed, recommended, and distributed by veterinarians practicing Eastern and Western herbal medicine.
Our Elk happily graze in a 320-acre pollution-free controlled environment. Wapiti Labs combines the healing power of nature with science-based research to create our supplements. It’s no wonder our company is endorsed, recommended, and distributed by veterinarians practicing Eastern and Western herbal medicine.
Phonetic spelling: wap-i-ti
Shawnee to describe large, white, rumped deer, elk