Ii have a rednosepitterrier is it ok to feed him bake chicken and rice
If, when you're serving it out, he comes and asks for some, give him some, He'll probably say something like, 'mmm, baked chicken with rice, put some in my bowl please.' If he just lays there bored whilst you're dishing it out, he doesn't want any. Dogs are so much easier and more fun than cats, all they do is lick their paw and say, ' I don't care for that.'
I wouldn't offer it. Rice is packed with carbs, which aren't necessary in the diet. The skin of the baked, grilled, bbq-ed, and fried chicken can cause major stomach upset, especially the skin. (I learned this the hard way; full day at the vet, antibiotics and an IV drip all because of chicken skin.)
Boiled chicken is fine on occasion.
Rice can be a good way to get a sickly dog or a dog without much of an appetite to eat. It's also good for dogs that are slightly dehydrated to get some moisture into the body. On the regular, though, I wouldn't recommend it.
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