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Chicken skin Raw Food


Little Dog
question???- do you skin your chicken ?? The reason i ask is because, when i feed my 13 week old American Bulldog...she will chew and crack bones,,but when it comes time to swallowing,,its as if shes swallowing a whole mass of food( its like a 7 or 8 inch peice of broken bone and meat)....so i figured if i skinned the chicken 1st, she would be able to tear off pieces and the chew and swallow. Does anyone else do the same ??


Little Dog
It won't matter either way. Skinning is good if you want to eliminate some fat, but won't change the way your dog eats. With my dogs if it is chewed enough to swallow then it is, sometimes they get a little zealous and have to bring the chunk back up for a little more chewing.


Little Dog
ok..thats what mine does...even though im a little freaked out,,,shes got strong jaws for a pup and goes through the bone easy...its just seeing that big mass of food come up and then go back down


Little Dog
Never did, unless the dog was sensitive to fats and then I'd trim it.

Freeze it before feeding and she will be forced to eat slower.