It is a common misconception that dogs cannot eat chicken. In reality, chicken is a great source of protein and can be added to or replaced in your pup's regular meal. Lean meats that have been cooked well are safe for dogs to consume, as long as all fat and bones have been removed. Chicken is a popular choice for dog owners, but it is important to remember that it should not make up the entirety of your pup's diet.
Chicken skin is high in fat and calories and has no nutritional value, so it should not be given to your dog. If your pup has become picky and only wants chicken, it is important to make sure that their diet still contains the right amount of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. If you are looking for a treat to use for training purposes, opt for one that is “completely 26% balanced”, as listed on the pet food label. If your pup is having digestive issues, you can give them a gentle diet of chicken and rice until they return to normal.
It is important to remember that dogs can be allergic to chicken, so if you notice any signs of an allergy, it is best to consult with your veterinarian. Great Danes are gentle giants who need the right food to maintain their health and happiness. If your Great Dane has a sensitive stomach, there are special dog foods available that won't bother their stomach. You can feed them a small portion of boiled, skinless chicken with their normal food once or twice a week as a delicious snack. According to Founders Veterinary Clinic, your dog should eat ¼ to ⅓ cup of meat protein per 20 pounds of body weight per day.
So if you have a Great Dane, make sure they are getting the right amount of protein in their diet.