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Like stated above, cooked no, raw yes. The bone in raw is soft and fully digestable, and full of nutrients.Cooked bones become hard, splinter and can cause internal damage.

The meat, when cooked loses all nutrition, depending on how cooked it is. In raw form, they get full nutritional benefit of chicken.
 

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YUP! Raw only!
 

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As everyone above has said, raw is fine, but cooked is a definite no-no. Also take into consideration how big your dog is. My 30lb dog tries to swallow chicken drumsticks whole, but will chew a chicken leg quarter or thigh appropriately. A Newfoundland may try to swallow a thigh whole, but a Parson Russel would be chewing it up for a while. Don't feed only chicken thighs, as that will create a major imbalance in diet and have lots of nutritional deficiencies. If you're interested in raw feeding, definitely do some research! It's a fantastic way to feed for many dogs, and for my dog it's absolutely worth the effort I put in - she's flourishing!
 
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