Can I give my dogs raw chicken for breakfast on an empty stomach?
- TKLv 71 month ago
Sure, I do. It's called feeding a raw diet.
- ?Lv 71 month ago
- LorraineLv 71 month ago
Only give raw chicken if you actually raw feed all the time and then it would obviously be fine... but then you'd know that if you were a raw feeder.
So if not then I'd say NO.
- 1 month ago
I'd say no. Some regular dog food would be better on an empty stomach.
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- bluebonnetgrannyLv 71 month ago
Feeding raw after fasting overnight may cause problems. Vomiting yellow bile would be a common reaction to feeding raw after the fast.
- MaxiLv 71 month ago
If you feed your dog a raw diet then raw chicken is totally fine to feed a dog as long as chicken is not the only raw you feed, you need to have a balanced raw diet........ however if you feed kibble then you really should not be mixing processed food with raw food as the dog digests kibble and raw very differently and all you will do is upset the dogs gut, could make the dog have stomach/gut issues which you will be clearing up
- JojoLv 71 month ago
Of course you `CAN`.......... But be advised.....Only if your dog is well used to eating a lot of raw meat.
To `suddenly` feed a kibble fed dog with raw meat, may upset
the digestive system and cause acute diarrhea, and in some cases vomiting.
- jeanLv 41 month ago
no one or no animal should eat raw chicken. Is can be poisionous
- Donnie PorkoLv 71 month ago
I wouldn’t. Dogs have been domesticated to eat cooked foods.
It’s not going to kill you to cook it for him. Just boil some water and put the chicken in there for a few minutes. You can also put the chicken in a bowl, add some water, and microwave it until it’s cooked.
Make sure you remove all the bones from the chicken. Otherwise, he might choke or get injured by a sharp bone.
- SkyLv 71 month ago
If you're going to give them raw meat, stick to beef. And make sure it's fresh and red, not aged and brown. Whenever in doubt about whether you can or should feed your dogs something, ask their veterinarian, not strangers on the internet.