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The primary risk here will be both chicken and fish bones, which can splinter and piece the flesh of the esophageal tract or other parts of the digestive tract.  The risk of this is far greater with cooked bones which become more brittle and splinter more easily.  Marrow bones from other animals can be given to dogs as a treat but should not be cooked. But it should be noted that any and all of these will be very rich and can be a little much for the dog’s stomach, resulting in messy poop.