Raw chicken and turkey bones should be safe for dogs of all sizes, you just want to feed pieces of meat with bone that are large enough so your dog can't swallow the pieces whole and potentially choke. Chicken thighs, on the other hand, are just big enough so he doesn't try to swallow them whole.
Herein, can a dog get sick from eating raw chicken?
Can My Dog Eat Raw Chicken? Maybe. Chicken is a great source of protein for dogs, and it's exactly the sort of food your dog would be eating in the wild. Some vets warn against raw chicken because of the risk of salmonella or other bacterial contamination.
Secondly, can dogs eat raw chicken and bones?
Dogs can eat raw chicken, including the bones, without any negative side effects if you take the necessary steps to keep them safe. When the bones are raw, they're fairly soft and flexible, meaning they're easy to chew. If they're cooked, these bones become brittle and become sharp when chewed.
Can I feed my dog raw chicken everyday?
There may be a day when you're busy, or ran out of a certain ingredient, or have no organ meats, and it's ok to feed the dog just some chicken for that day, for example. A raw diet will improve your dogs dental health, as he crunches chicken bones and tears at flesh.
Can a dog's stomach dissolve a bone?
When feeding a dog bones - ALWAYS make sure they are raw, never cooked (cooked bones can be very sharp and hurt the intestines). The dog's stomach acid is very, very strong - pH 1 - so it breaks down almost anything.