I made a batch of chicken stock today (for human consumption, not poodle) and I thought the leftover chicken might be a nice treat for our poodle. Maybe just an ounce or two a couple times a week as a kibble topper. I'm just worried about the onions I used in the stock. I used two large onions for 4 quarts of water, and a head of garlic, but I'm thinking most of that would have ended up in the stock, not penetrated the chicken itself. I had some whole chicken breasts in there, so they were still fully intact (not broken down) in the stock, and easily shred apart, but after a seven hour simmer, they're too dry and bland for me to cook human food with. I gave the poodle a little taste as a treat and he loved it, but just wondering about the fact that it was cooked in a stock with onions.