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Cooked up some chicken in a pressure cooker for my pup today and the bones have gone really soft, would you feed it complete with the bones or not? What is the general opinion on cooking meat in a pressure cooker for dog food, good or bad?
I wouldn't feed cooked bones ever. They can cause serious damage to the insides of your dog once cooked. The meat would be fine though :thumbsup:
presser cooking is a very good way to cook as it preserves all the nutrients in the food. I would not feed the bones either even though they are soft...

you can cook the cheapest cut of meat in a pressure cooker, even brisket is tender when cooked in a pressure cooker... have you just brought the cooker?

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