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Dried Chicken Feet

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by LahLahsDogs, Aug 23, 2013.


  1. LahLahsDogs

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  2. pogo

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    I've given dried chicken feet, they are more cartilage then bone so i have no problem giving them
     
  3. jesterjenn

    jesterjenn PetForums Senior

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    I feed dried chicken feet too :)
     
  4. paddyjulie

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    Mavis enjoys the odd dried chicken foot :D
     
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    I only give raw chicken feet. I know most of them is cartilage but there is still bone in there, and some of them have quite a bit of leg attached and therefore quite a bit of bone. For me, it just isn't worth it for the sake of a few chicken feet here and there.
     
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    my friends dog very much preferred the smoked dried ckn feet to the reg dried ckn feet, no problems crunching them up either, chicken feet are a very worthwhile addition to a dogs diet as they contain natural sources of glucosime very beneficial in preventing artheritis as far as i know,
     
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