So pleased Charlie is ok.
We do feed chicken wings, but ours crunch them up. I always make sure they have been frozen for at least 2 weeks before, to kill bacteria.
If you have a dog that bolts them, then either cut them up or hang on to one end with a pair of pliers!! They are too greasy to hold.
I actually prefer chicken necks. They still contain bone, but smaller and softer, they really enjoy these and I feel they are safer.
lamb ribs are soft and pliable, they also help clean the teeth.
I think it is something where you have to do a lot of research and consider the options carefully. There are risks with everything, and as Karlin says, it is frightening when it is happening to your own dog. I do know of Cavaliers who have bloated after eating kibble...
Glad he's ok. I didn't know you could give them raw chicken but my mind is geared towards humans and raw meat. Guess if dogs were out in the wild they wouldn't be going to McDonalds and asking to use a stove. lol
Cooked chicken bones are very dangerous!