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post #11 of 18

like sandman said you can give dogs chicken has long has its not cooked    we use alot of the diff chicken parts for our dogs  and they love it   ..

post #12 of 18

For those of you who have eaten them, what on there do you eat? The skin? Do you crunch the bones? Is there a patch of meat in there I'm not aware of? My husband has mentioned eating a chicken foot before and he said it was good but when I ask him these questions I get a dumb look and shrugged shoulders with an, "I don't know." :/

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post #13 of 18
Fwiw I am researching this now and this post came up. For dogs the best practice seems to be to trim the toenail off and dehydrate for several days bones and all until crisp. Or give them raw, but dehydrated gives a better shelf life, and these cost about a dollar each in specialty dog stores!!! Our Cornish cross feet are quite meaty and I didn't want them to go to waste, so hopefully our dogs like them!
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post #14 of 18
Just boil and peel them
post #15 of 18
Will feeding chicken feet to my dogs encourage them to chase down my chickens for their feet?? idunno.gif That sounds like a really dumb question... but I had to ask.

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post #16 of 18
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Will feeding chicken feet to my dogs encourage them to chase down my chickens for their feet?? idunno.gif That sounds like a really dumb question... but I had to ask.


No - the dog will not connect the chicken feet they are given to the feet the live birds are walking around on.

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post #17 of 18
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No - the dog will not connect the chicken feet they are given to the feet the live birds are walking around on.

Thank you! I've been reading up on chicken feet. Interesting. smile.png

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post #18 of 18
You have so many comments, RAW chicken bones won't hurt a dog except the little pin bones in the neck. Depending on the size of the dog you can just give them from the freezer raw. i would give my 3lb chihuahua a whole one. They were eating raw bones way before cooked ones; feet are mostly cartilage good stuff.
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