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    Hey does anyone else here feed their dogs chicken necks?

    I bought some yesterday and was a bit skeptical due to the large bones although it seems that Tony doesnt have any trouble eating them which is a good sign as there cheap, healthy and great for your dogs teeth.

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    I buy them for Kimba.
    She loves them and hasn't had problems with them. I buy them in bulk and freeze them. I put about 5 in a freezer bag and can take them out and defrost them as needed.

    I think bones are only bad once they have been cooked as they splinter and can't be chewed up like raw ones.

    I HATE giving the necks to her as I cannot stand the crunching bone noise! It sends shivers down my spine!

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    Necks are great for the little ones. Slightly bigger dogs can chew up wings without a problem.
    For our big guys, I buy chicken frames. Even puppies with baby teeth can get through them, great for growing jaws and teeth!
    I can get them in bulk and freeze them.
    Dogs do really well with some raw meat most days, and it works out cost effective. It also makes a big difference to their teeth. The more they have to chew them, the cleaner they stay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan View Post
    Hey does anyone else here feed their dogs chicken necks?

    I bought some yesterday and was a bit skeptical due to the large bones although it seems that Tony doesnt have any trouble eating them which is a good sign as there cheap, healthy and great for your dogs teeth.
    I feed my dogs raw chicken necks, but not wings or anything else (bony). Necks are mainly cartilage anyway, and bones there aren't brittle and dond break into nasty spiky bits. But don't feed them with it too often as they might gaet hard stool or even get constipated. Once or twice a week or even as a reward. I give them turkey necks as well. You should see their facial expressions when they smell it. They go through the roof, they get so happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharoo View Post
    I think bones are only bad once they have been cooked as they splinter and can't be chewed up like raw ones.
    I think you're wrong. Poultry bones are bad as they are - cooked or not, they can do serious damage to dog's intestines and stomach, so bad your dog can die. So, stuff the low cost. Chicken necks are fine, perheps chicken feet, but nothing else. Rather get your dog a large beef bone, a joint bit is full of chewy stuff and cartliage, and they don't snap into nasty bits, although you should be carefull with any bones. My rottie breaks any bone in just a minute, and she's so eager to eat it all, I have to be carefull she doesn't swallow any nasty bits. So, yes, bones are good for fun and cleaning teeth, but not all bones, and not too much of it.

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    Yeah i feed my dogs chicken necks. Morgan you know my Nan Julia? Lee-ann's mum (My aunty) she gave me some chicken necks to feed my dogs and they love them! It takes one of my dog 1 minute to eat one since they are so small and it takes little Pipi about 20 minutes, seeing as she isn't so big yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan View Post
    Hey does anyone else here feed their dogs chicken necks?
    Absolutely! Our little Bailey (JRT x Mini Fox) loves to crunch them up. However, he doesn't chew them like he should so we throw him a wing or little drumstick. That way he actually has a bone to chew away at for a while as well as the flesh.

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    Yep and helps their teeth, also like giving tony chicken necks.

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    Yes...I give my 2 dogs and my 2 cats chicken necks and wing tips once a week

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    I gave my two chicken wings and it was like watching a shark attack! Not pretty! I was scared they'd do some damage, especially after Jazz having a bowel obstruction caused by eating a pebble.

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