Cooked chicken bones are bad for dogs to ingest because the bones may splinter and puncture the intestines during digestion. Dogs that swallow large chunks of chicken bones could end up with a blockage in the intestines. More »

Chicken bones, especially cooked ones, are dangerous, and dogs should not be allowed to eat them. Bones can splinter and cause internal bleeding, and large pieces can break teeth and cause intestinal blockages. More »

When a dog swallows a chicken bone, there is a chance the bone will choke the dog or pierce its intestinal wall leading to severe complications such as peritonitis, a potentially deadly abdominal infection that is diffic... More »

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Dogs can eat turkey, as long as they do not eat the bones, the skin or the fat as those can be harmful to a dog's digestion. Too much turkey can give a dog pancreatitis, so moderation is important. More »

Properly cooked chicken without bones is safe for dogs to eat. Many dogs enjoy the taste of chicken, which adds protein to their diets and is a nutritious supplement to dog food. More »

Chicken bones, especially cooked ones, are dangerous, and dogs should not be allowed to eat them. Bones can splinter and cause internal bleeding, and large pieces can break teeth and cause intestinal blockages. More »

Domesticated dogs have adapted abilities such as directional and highly acute hearing, the digestion of starchy foods, a strong sense of smell, far-sighted vision and the ability to see more effectively in the dark. Thes... More »