Can Dogs Eat Turkey Bones?

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Dogs should not eat turkey bones. This is because turkey bones have sharp shards which can easily splinter the dog. This may be dangerous as it can cut your dog's gastrointestinal tract by lodging into the oesophagus, stomach or intestines. This may cause a perforation in your dog's tract or a blockage that will deter food from passing through.
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Dogs cannot eat turkey bones. They also cannot eat the skin from a turkey or turkey fat. However the dog can eat turkey meat. Many dog food blends are made with turkey.
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