Help, dog has eaten chicken bones

Sometimes it happens very fast: You leave the room for a moment or turn around, and your dog has stolen something edible that he should not have. If it is still about poultry bones, sometimes comes quickly panic – dogs should not get this, but why was that again so dangerous? And what can you do now?

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<p>Birds have some pneumatized, which means air-filled bones. This "lightweight construction" allows the bird – along with some other anatomical features – a reduction in body weight, which is of enormous importance for flying. In the case of flight birds, pneumatization is the most extensive, but the basic structure is present in all birds.</p>
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Due to this special feature, poultry bones generally split relatively easily. When cooked, the bones are more brittle, which further increases the risk of splintering.