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this is good advice
however, most dogs easily eat chicken bones also by crunching them up, if they are given chicken bones right from an early age onwards.
all my dogs these last 30 odd years have always happily eaten chicken bones whenever chicken was made in the house - of course the masala bits and pieces need to be washed off before the bones are given because salt and masala is not good for dogs.
when we lived in the hills my dogs used to regularly catch jungle fowl etc and eat them up, feathers included.
lets not forget they are genetically programmed as predators so instinctively they know what to do.
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