Choco recently made his annual visit to the vet. Nothing remarquable, his weight is almost the same (from 7.3 kg last year, to 7.25 kg this year), no diseases, obesity or plaque deposit on his teeth. Here is his health booklet (sorry it's in French):
This is because his food is this for the past few years: whole animals raw or cooked.
Since Choco feast on animals, he doesn't kill the birds any more.
A few days ago, to celebrate Easter, Choco received a "dog treat" (bought from a pet store) by a well-meaning person. Choco smelled it and just covered it with urine.
A little update on Choco. He is enjoying the bones of a whole chicken (leftover from a grilled chicken bought at the local market). These bones are obviously cooked, Choco has no problem digesting them.
Many years ago, Choco's vet warned the owners about the inability of a small dog digesting bones, saying that the bones would poke Choco's digestive system.
Below is a picture of Choco (7 years old), my brother's dog, happily eating "whole" animals, bones, skin and organs as part of his daily diet. He is free to consume as much as he wants and the parts he likes most.