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Can Dogs Eat Chicken Necks by PetWell

Can Dogs Eat Chicken Necks?


Can dogs east chicken necks? Yes, both dogs and cats can safely consume chicken necks. The optimal method for feeding our pets chicken necks is by providing freeze-dried versions. This ensures that the bones in the chicken necks crumble, which is preferable as it reduces the risk of choking or causing injury to the digestive tract

Benefits of Chicken Necks

Chicken necks contain the nine essential amino acids, making them a complete protein. Protein provides structure to many parts of your pet’s body including skin, muscle, and collagen.

Chicken necks are also full of glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate which are the building blocks of connective tissue that help keep joints healthy. The B-group vitamins found in chicken necks, especially B12, are essential to the health of the nervous system and brain. Vitamin B12 is only found in animal products, not in plants.

Chicken necks are great for your pet’s dental health, the chewing action helps clean their teeth.

In addition, they are a strong source of minerals such as phosphorus which assists calcium to provide strong bones and teeth. Plus selenium which is important for cell protection and zinc which aids in immunity and wound healing.

Disclaimer: The entire contents of this email and website are not to be taken as medical advice. The team at Pet Squad Pty Ltd trading as PetWell encourages you to make your own pet healthcare decisions based on your research and in partnership with a qualified pet healthcare professional.

Freeze-Dried Chicken Necks are available from PetWell


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