Before my puppy got her permanent teeth, I did give her some things to chew on, that I later quit giving her. I did give her antlers and some large bones early on, but have eliminated them, in order to be cautious about preserving her permanent teeth.
Other's here recommended "horns" instead of "antlers". I believe lamb horns can be a better choice. Horns are softer than antlers.
I've tried beef trachea's. They are a softer chew item.
Dog's have their personal preferences. I tried the regular bully bones, but my dog only chews them slightly and then ignores them. The curly bully bones seem to be more to her liking.
Some people are against rawhide, and it can be a problem with some dogs who devour them. If you dog doesn't rapidly eat the whole thing, and you monitor it, it could be a safe chew for your dog. It's worked out okay with mine I give her the larger rawhide products (different sizes/shapes & conbos). She chews for awhile. I'm generally throwing them away when they get too dirty and/or fall apart.