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...