+ 1. Dog owners (I am one) need to take responsibility. Looking out for chicken bones is no different than looking for other hazards on the sidewalk, cleaning up after your dog, walking your dog on a leash, paying attention while at a dog park, keeping your dog on the sidewalk at intersections until you can safely cross. It’s all part of being a responsible and engaged dog owner.
Feeding dogs cooked chicken bones is dangerous
If your dog ate chicken bones, be it by mistake on your part or by mischievous activities on their part, you should make a serious effort to keep a very close eye on your dog for the next week and closely monitor them for any adverse reactions/symptoms/signs of something wrong.
Dogs and Chicken Bones - LoveToKnow
The following list covers some of the most important and common signs you should be looking out for if your dog ate chicken bones, in which case you should immediately notify your veterinarian about.
What Should I Do If My Dog Ate Chicken Bones? | PetHelpful
Sure, they're carnivores, but how easy is it to hunt birds, without shooting them? I don't think I've ever head of a dog killing a bird that could fly easily, and the ones that can't fly easily either have stronger bones (ostriches etc.) or are only common near humans (chickens etc.), so selection pressure wouldn't be so great.People knew for 50 years about the risks of smoking but that did not stop millions from doing it anyway and dying of lung cancer. The fact is, there are people in their 90s who have smoked since they were 12 and they are fine. Similarly, there are dogs who have eaten chicken bones everday since they were puppies and they are also fine. So it is definately dangerous and not recommended but hey, like that ever stopped anyone before....