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Sorry to hear of this with Jessie. The concern with cooked bones is that they can splinter and become lodged in the throat, stomach or intestine. If she is showing signs of discomfort, vomiting and lack of appetite then she should be assessed by your vet straight away.
It's good to hear that she seems to be a little better, please do monitor her carefully for the rest of the day and do take her to your vet if concened.
I hope that answers your question? Please let me know if you need any further help or advice.