I feed my dog raw chicken all the time. There is just the correct about of glucosamine and condroiten in chicken bones to keep his joints healthy and he has enough stomach acid to kill any bug that might be in chicken. I used to worry about it until I saw him dig up a chicken leg a couple of days after I fed ;it. He ate it and was just fine.
Sometimes it's ok, sometimes it's not.
Other than the chickens in my back yard, I don't know what radioactive asbestos radon gas raised ergot infested rye store bought chickens might be eating.
And my chickens are for eggs here.
Store bought stuff? Nope. It might come from China.
Just umpty decades of experience with dogs and living rough and having to make do with rough food.
Fresh beef, cornbread and gravy works.
I don’t feed raw anymore (not for any particular reason, I just stopped and have not gone back to it). But when I did I fed raw chicken and various vegetables. All of my dogs (I had up to ten large dogs) did very well on that diet. AND they had lovely teeth. It’s important to never feed cooked chicken bones. I do remember I was very nervous about it when I first started tho. And one of my dogs did not think raw chicken was food and refused to eat it for a few days. She would eat all of the vegetables but eat around the chicken. After a few days she finally ate the chicken and decided it was fine.
I have heard about dogs choking on raw bones, but I also occasionally hear about dogs choking on other various objects. I mention that only because anything can happen. I don’t promote or not promote it. People should do what they are comfortable with. People should NOT eat raw chicken.