Can Dogs Eat Chicken?

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Dogs can eat chicken as long as it is cooked. You should also remove skin and bones from the chicken before feeding it to your dog/dogs. Other foods dogs can safely eat include melon, berries, bananas and peanut butter.
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Yes, dogs can eat chicken. Make sure it's cooked well, and broken in small pieces. Mix some chicken and rice together for a nice meal. Don't give the dog a lot though. Also never give a dog chicken bones.
Dogs can eat chicken. Chicken is not poisonous. Most dog food is made out of chicken and rice. Dogs should not eat pork as it can be deadly.
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