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    Question Raw Chicken Necks...good or Bad?

    Hey,

    Was just wondering what everyones views on feeding raw chickens necks where? good or bad? are they ok for 15 week old puppy's?

    Keep in mind chicken necks are sold in the dog food section of a lot of supermarkets here lol.
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    As long as they are raw and you make sure puppy chews them properly they are great as a treat! Be aware that puppy will crunch down the bones too - with raw chicken this is fine

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    yeah they alright.. i buy a couple packs of them and freeze them.. boss loves them and kg of them are like $3

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    thanks i will definitely get her some, i thought they were ok just wanted to check thanks guys!
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    My 11 week old pups would inhale them in 2 seconds flat so I use raw wings.

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    Chicken necks are fine, so long as they are raw, as are chicken carcasses etc.

    I feed chicken wings however. I find the price difference hardly worth mentioning between a kilo of necks and a kilo of good wings, with skin and all.

    For a 15 month old pup, you could try just cutting the wings at the joints. Little bit easier, yet the pieces are still plenty big enough that your dog must crunch and chew to devour them.

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    Frosty doesn't bother with the crunch and chew thing - she just swallows and vomits. She's not getting any more raw chicken from me. I don't know how you teach a puppy to chew her food properly.

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    Mine are only 11 weeks and handle a full one each very well. Keeps them out of trouble for about 15mts.

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    Hy, I started mine just on wing tips then progressed slowly and they chew just fine. Not one has chucked up from speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Frosty doesn't bother with the crunch and chew thing - she just swallows and vomits. She's not getting any more raw chicken from me. I don't know how you teach a puppy to chew her food properly.
    Hold the wing Hy. Let her take a bit, by bit. Unless you think frosty would just gulp your hand and regurgitate that, too. Then I wouldn't suggest it.

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