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Do your dog eats chicken bones ?


Chicken bones are dangerous to dogs but when growing Up I saw our mixed breed mongrel, chew chicken bones and nothing ever happened. Do your dog eat chicken bones. Have you ever had an emergency due to your dog eating chicken bones?

 

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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 5 years ago

    I think your way of feeding them with the chicken bones while strictly supervising makes the chicken bones safe. Otherwise do you think they would be safe if they ate them accidentally since they are already used to eating chicken bones?


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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 5 years ago

    Sometimes staying away from the chicken bones seems the safest way out here but if they ate the bone accidentally would you take this as an emergency case?


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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 5 years ago

    Have your dog ever eaten the bones accidentally ? What happened?


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    agilitymach 4 years ago

    I'm so sorry about your dog, Diana Lee. Do not blame yourself. As you can see here, most people do, unfortunately, give cooked chicken bones. You didn't know it was that dangerous. Thanks for dropping in to educate others.

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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 5 years ago

    Thanks for taking time to answer

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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 5 years ago

    I also observed that when growing up with dogs that were mixed breeds. They chewed all the chicken bones and they never got a problem. So I also think its all about the breeds


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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 4 years ago

    I also remember my childhood dogs two of them used to eat chicken bones without a problem. Possibly times have change :)

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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 5 years ago

    There are so many chicken bones on the ground. What would happen if your dog ate one accidentally?


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    Joe Njenga (afriqnet) 4 years ago

    Yeah, that is possibly what I observed when I was growing up

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    Shaddie 4 years ago

    It's cool that you let your dog free in the wild to decimate native wildlife populations and ingest legions of parasites that you probably had no idea even existed.