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6B: I Ate This: Un-Seasoned Boiled Chicken Legs

This was by far, the best dog food I consistently had.
My mom boils a pot of chicken legs for Ozzy, my Bichon-Poo. My dog and I share this dish. Well, we don’t eat off of each other’s plate. He has his share on his bowl; I got mine on my plate–with rice. Not that my dog can’t have rice, he can… According to this guide: WikiHow: Prepare Chicken and Rice for Dogs.

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Boiling Chicken Legs as they are (NO SEASONING)

PACKAGE DESCRIPTION

My mom buys good, clean, raw (packaged) chicken legs from the market.
When you buy it make sure you do your research on the packaging company and trust its source. You wanna make sure your dog is exposed to almost NO (or absolutely no) toxins! You shouldn’t put up with toxins either.
Then, she fills a large pot with water to boil with chicken. DO NOT add any seasoning (no salt, pepper, NONE of that). After some time, probably around 30 minutes or so the chicken should be cooked and the water turns into broth.

  • Optional: You can mix/melt some broth with rice to feed your dog.

THE TASTE TEST!

“Tastes like chicken”, bland, good, boiled chicken. It’s HEALTHY for you and your dog. But it doesn’t mean your dog can strictly eat this over a long period of time. It won’t have the nutrition it needs that way. Be sure to mix his meals up. There are lots of ‘mix-n-matches’ available for this dish like carrots and peas. Before adding ingredients be sure to check if what you’re adding is good for your dog.

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