Chicken bones refer to the bones of a chicken which are the hard rigid structures that form the internal skeleton of the bird. They are composed mainly of calcium and phosphorus and provide support protection and mobility for the chicken's body.
Chicken bones can also refer to the remains of cooked chicken, particularly after the meat has been consumed. It's important to note that while cooked chicken bones may seem harmless, they can be dangerous for pets like dogs and cats. Cooked bones, especially those that are brittle (such as chicken bones) can splinter and cause choking hazards or internal injuries if ingested. Its generally recommended to avoid giving cooked bones to pets.