How to Make Chicken Wings for Dogs (Easy Steps & Complete Guide)

To make chicken wings for dogs grill the wings over a medium to high heat for a minimum of 12 minutes on each side to ensure the meat is fully cooked. Let cool and pull the meat from the bone before serving. [DON’T Give them the cooked bones!]

In this article we will tell you how to prepare chicken wings for dogs as well as how to ensure that the meat is the best option for your dog and some of the risks of feeding your dog chicken wings.

How do I cook chicken wings for my dog?

One of the biggest risks when it comes to giving your dog chicken wings, or any other meat on the bone for that matter, is the possibility of your dog swallowing the bone, or a small part of it.

So, to prepare the chicken wings for your dog you will need to heat up your grill to a medium to high heat and then allow it to heat up fully before beginning the cooking process.

Then line a baking tray with parchment paper and place your chicken wings on the tray. Place the tray into the oven and allow the wings to cook for 12 minutes.

Once 12 minutes have passed take a pair of tongs and turn all of the chicken wings over so that they can cook evenly. Place the tray back under the grill and leave for another 12 minutes. 

Once the wings have cooked evenly and the entire way through remove them from under the grill and place the tray on the worktop to cool down. Once the meat has cooled down take a fork and shred the meat off of the bone.

Make sure that you completely remove any bone fragments as these can be dangerous to your dog’s health.

Alternatively, there are many brands that offer raw chicken wings for dogs as a treat but if you want to serve your dog cooked chicken wings then you need to make sure that the meat is cooked and off of the bone.

Are chicken wings good for dogs?

Whether or not chicken wings are good for dogs depends entirely on how you have prepared them.

If prepared correctly then yes, chicken wings are good for dogs as the white meat is lean and a very good source of protein for your dog, as well as other important nutrients that are vital to your dog’s health.

However, if the meat is only partially cooked then it can make your dog very ill. Additionally, if the meat contains any small pieces of bone then this can also cause health problems with your dog as it can puncture their insides.

Can dogs eat raw chicken wings?

Yes, dogs can eat raw chicken wings and in fact there are many different brands that sell raw chicken wings as a treat for dogs. 

In this case it is possible to give your dog the entire chicken wing, meaning the meat and the bone, as a raw, uncooked bone, will be harder and is much less likely to splinter.

In terms of the bacteria, the freezing process will help eliminate up to 90% of the harmful bacteria in chicken. 

Why are bones dangerous for dogs to ingest?

The reason why bones are dangerous for dogs to consume is that they can puncture your dog’s internal organs and cause internal bleeding.

Even if your dog swallows only a bone fragment and not the whole bone this is still a possibility. So, for this reason, you should always remove the bone if possible.

Bones that have been cooked are much softer and prone to splintering than raw bones.

Can I feed my dog frozen chicken wings?

Yes, you can feed your dog frozen chicken wings and in this case you can leave the bone on. By freezing the chicken wing you will remove a lot of harmful bacteria that are also killed off when cooked.

Because the wing is frozen the bone will be very hard, making it much safer for your dog to enjoy.

Can dogs eat chicken wings every day?

It is not ideal for you to give your dog chicken wings every day as it is important to provide your dog with a widely varied and balanced diet to ensure that they are kept healthy.

It is recommended that you feed your dog chicken wings one to three times per week in order to provide them with enough nutrients. Remember that this is an average.

You should portion your dog’s meals according to their size and weight.

What happens if my dog eats a whole chicken wing?

If your dog has eaten a whole chicken wing, including the bone you will need to keep a careful eye on your dog. Pay attention to their appetite and if they are in any pain.

If your dog starts vomiting or having stomach issues, such as diarrhoea, then time how long these symptoms occur for. If the symptoms do not subside within 24 hours then you will need to give your vet a call.

How long after eating chicken bones would a dog take to get sick?

If your dog has eaten a chicken bone then you will need to keep a close eye on them for at least 72 hours. During this time you will need to examine their stool for bone fragments.

If after 72 hours you have still not seen any bone fragments you will need to take them to the vet to make sure it isn’t stuck.

How many chicken wings can I feed my dog?

The exact answer will depend on your dog and their size. But, on average you can feed your dog 2 raw chicken wings per week but be sure to space them out to allow your dog’s digestive system to work properly.

Are chicken wings the best part of a chicken for a dog?

No, chicken wings are not the best part of a chicken for a dog. The best part is the breast because it is very lean, high in protein and low in fat.

At what age can I give my puppy raw chicken wings?

You shouldn’t introduce your puppy to raw chicken wings before 12 weeks as this ensures that their teeth are strong enough.