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    Hi All,

    I was just wondering if it is safe to give your dog a cooked chicken carcass?

    I know that you shouldn't give you dog cooked bones as they can splinter, but is a cooked chicken carcass ok to give?

    Cheers,
    Robbie

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    I wouldn't. Cooked chicken bones are the worst

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    No a cooked chicken carcass is not ok for a dog to eat.

    You can pick off the fleshy stuff - chop it in to tiny bits and use it for training treats - but don't give your dog cooked bones ever. Especially not chicken.

    And some dogs manage to inhale raw chicken carcass, which should be ok - so you need to supervise those too.

    And don't give minced chicken carcass - because the bones can gather together and form a blockage in the gut. That happened to my mum's dog. Cost lots of money at the vet to fix. She thought she was buying minced chicken but it wasn't. She was very angry with that butcher and he went out of business not long after.

    PS that's why I always buy human grade food and I never tell the butcher my dog is getting any of it and never buy anything that says it is pet mince or pet meat or dog bones.

    It's mince for spag bol or meat loaf and bones for soup or stock. That way you don't have to pay GST on it either.

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    Thanks, i thought so, but was just checking

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