CanI give cooked chicken fat to my dog?
I have oil inn my pan from frying chicken. Can I put some in
my dog's food?
- BeverlyLv 67 months ago
Good way to make your dog real sick, it can cause pancreatitis, could lead to death. Take your dog to your Vet for a wellness exam and education on your dogs food intake.
- J CLv 77 months ago
No. You will give your dog the runs, and high fat foods are also a way to give a dog pancreatitis, which is painful for the dog and expensive to treat. Allow the fat to cool and harden a bit, then scrape it into a heavy plastic bag or a glass jar with a lid, and take it immediately outside to the garbage can.
- 7 months ago
You "can" however it really doesn't do any good for your dog. My dog is overweight because he eats so much "people food". dogs shouldn't be having any people food, let alone fatty people food.
I hope your dogs super cute!
oh yeah, and this helps :D
- Verulam 1Lv 77 months ago
No - well you 'can' but it won't do your dog much good.
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- ComftyLv 47 months ago
I don't think it's good for a dog.
- ZotsRuleLv 77 months ago
WHY would you? Your dog doesn't need any added fat. You also probably had spices in that could be harmful to your dog.
- E. H. AmosLv 77 months ago
Not unless you want diarrhea and/or a cases of pancreatitis and a HUGE vet bill (Look up the CAUSES of pancreatitis).
Instead, get out a lidded jar from your recycling or at least a can, and poor the grease into that - for the trash. FAT is not good for MAN nor beast. At one time; everybody used to have a grease jar.
- Anonymous7 months ago
You can. But I wouldn’t myself