You know, Morning Dove, you probably don't even need to cook the rooster bits. I feed my dogs raw food and have for years. I would take the claws off the feet before feeding but others don't even bother doing that.
Yes, cooked bones do splinter easily and can cause problems, and the large cooked bones, ie femur bones from cows, can crack the dogs' teeth. Raw chicken bones, however, are no problem - ask any coyote
I also feed raw pork bones but usually draw the line at beef bones. I always acompany the bones with plenty of meat to cushion any possible problems. I've had no problems feeding dogs raw meat and bones and it has made for healthy rarely-see-the-vet kinda dogs. Oh, and it doesn't turn them into live chicken munchers, either!
PM me if you want more info on this, otherwise just throw the leftovers out to the pups and bon appetite
Do not go feeding chicken bones to dogs intentionally. They can splinter and get stuck in the throat. While some dogs (especially those who grew up eating bones) will be fine, others will end up needing an endoscopy to remove the bones...I've seen it first hand! And you should definitely cook the organs first to avoid bacterial contamination and nasty diarrhea!
I've cooked for my dogs, my Mom's dog, her neighbor's dogs and many others.
I also used the ratio of 1/3 protein (meat, fish, liver or eggs), 1/3 starch (rice, oats, pasta) and 1/3 veg (wide variety of colors). I avoided onions, but used garlic and other herbs. I also added olive oil and finely ground eggshells to supplement when needed.
Fresh fruits are great snacks, especially apples. Peanut butter is great too.
No bones, but would cook bones and scoop out the marrow for a tasty treat.
I tried to cook for my cat, but she won't have anything to do with it. Go figure.