Originally Posted by susan davis
Do these have bones?? I really don't know much about chicken feet!!!! Do the dogs just chew them, or do they actually eat them? One of my chi's, Bonnie, is not supposed to have bones, as one of her fangs is down in the jaw bone, and the vet doesn't want anything to disturb it! It would be a major issue if something happened to that tooth. They discovered it with x-rays during her dental.
Well, yeah, I guess they do. I mean they're part of the leg bone right..the part the drumstick comes from? Honestly though I don't know, by the time you get to the foot part, if it's bone or just tendon. They had no trouble with them though..they chewed them pretty much the way they've chewed bully sticks and the like. When I give them any kind of chewy though I do watch them, and they didn't have any kind of problem.
The only thing I was concerned about was that the feet still had sharp nails attached. So me, being the ridiculous person that I am, took to the nails with clippers and just snipped those suckers right off!