I was just listening to the radio, and a veterinary neurologist was on to discuss research just uncovered by the university of Melbourne. I'll post a link to the podcast when it becomes available. The research found that a significant number of dogs being fed raw chicken developed a neurological condition, which they think is caused by the campylobacter bacteria in the chicken. It is more often found in small dogs, which he hypothesised was because small dogs are more likely to be fed raw chicken necks. Bit of a shock. I've taken mine off chicken because Deska doesn't seem to do all that well with some chicken(not all though), and I stopped giving them chicken necks because of this, even though raw chicken necks are Tully's fave. I'll keep you posted when I find more on the research, but I thought I'd post it asap.