What Happens If a Dog Eats a Chicken Bone?

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When a dog eats a chicken bone, it may result in obstruction or laceration of its digestive system. You might need to take the dog to a veterinary as it may have problems feeding.
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It is not safe for dogs to eat fat trimmings or bones.
Table scraps often contain meat fat that a human didn't eat and bones. Both are dangerous for dogs. Fat trimmed from meat, both cooked and uncooked, can cause pancreatitis in dogs. And, although it seems natural to give a dog a bone... More >>
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Since there isn't much that you can do. after. the chicken bones have been ingested by your dog, you simply need to monitor him closely for the next few days. Keep checking his stools
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While dogs and bones tend to go together like two peas in a pod, chicken bones and dogs don't mix and these bones can be very dangerous for the pooch. Chicken bones, especially cooked
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If not chewed sufficiently broken fragments of bone can be swallowed
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Not Medical Advice: Sometimes nothing. In some cases, the bones can get caught in the stomach or intestines and wreak havoc on the dog's insides.
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