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boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby jbey11 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:14 pm

Curious about boiled and baked boneless chicken. Is it harmful in anyway to a dog?
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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby starrlamia » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:20 pm

As long as it isn't marinated or high in sodium its fine, but raw is better.

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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby jbey11 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:24 pm

Do you feed raw? If so what type of bag did you freeze your food in? I tried with zip lock freezer bags. Wasted alot of meat.
starrlamia wrote:As long as it isn't marinated or high in sodium its fine, but raw is better.

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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby Timas Mom » Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:39 am

how could a ziplock bag cause you to waste a lot of meat?
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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby mommy2kane » Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:54 am

Our dog food freezer gets packed w/ chicken quarters and chicken backs, bagged in Ziploc bags. Generally, we get a month or 2 supply upfront in the freezer. Nothing has ever gone bad or been wasted...
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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby HappyPuppy » Fri Jun 22, 2012 11:32 am

I use zip locks for my raw... (?) But I would not give baked chicken bones. Sometimes, I've fed necks that were boiled for stock but I wouldn't feed weight-bearing bones unless they were still soft from boiling and then again I would likely not feed them at all.
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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby starrlamia » Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:03 pm

I used zip locks too and never had any problems

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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby jbey11 » Fri Jun 22, 2012 2:33 pm

About time I got to my second case of meat it wasnt any good. I dont feed her cooked bones.
HappyPuppy wrote:I use zip locks for my raw... (?) But I would not give baked chicken bones. Sometimes, I've fed necks that were boiled for stock but I wouldn't feed weight-bearing bones unless they were still soft from boiling and then again I would likely not feed them at all.
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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby HappyPuppy » Fri Jun 22, 2012 3:18 pm

jbey11 wrote:About time I got to my second case of meat it wasnt any good. I dont feed her cooked bones.
HappyPuppy wrote:I use zip locks for my raw... (?) But I would not give baked chicken bones. Sometimes, I've fed necks that were boiled for stock but I wouldn't feed weight-bearing bones unless they were still soft from boiling and then again I would likely not feed them at all.


My bad...I misread what you said about 'boiled and baked boneless chicken" and read into it 'BONES' -- sorry! DOH!

Are you sure the bags were completely sealed? How long did you keep them? I have one dog, so it can take me awhile to got thru what I buy - but 6 months or so should still be plenty good for a dog stomach. I will feed freezer burned meat and fed a whole bag of freezer burned shrimp < that hurt to lose the shrimp, but Ruby loved it! ..AND- I also feed any meat cooked or otherwise tho my obvious preference is raw but if I have leftover meat that is too dry or starting to smell funny, the Rubinator gets it.
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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby BrokenAquarian » Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:32 pm

I agree about feeding freezer burned meat. It's perfectly fine to eat, both humans and dogs. We don't eat it because it tastes funky. Most canines evolved spending their winters eating the stuff from frozen carcasses. :)
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Re: boiled/baked boneless chicken

Postby jbey11 » Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:53 am

Never knew you could feed a dog freezer burnt meat. Well next time I'll be sure not to throw it away.
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