The shovel cut is a cut of the blade from a fallow deer. These are particularly interesting for the dogs, as there are two cuts where they can gnaw at the marrow. They last almost forever but are still interesting enough to gnaw on once in a while. They come from free-living Danish deer from North Zealand in particular. They are shed by the deer in the spring months and grow back in the summer or early fall, so they are ready for the rut in the fall.
This size is suitable for medium and large dogs.
Shovel cut - antlers large