Is it safe and healthy for dogs to eat cooked rib bones? - Quora
In my opinion, common sense is the key. Consider your dog’s size and eating habits before experimenting with feeding them pork rib bones.
When these bones first came out they were cow bones and very strong and lasted forever, then I bought what I thought was the same thing about 13 years ago and they were these things. Horrible. Took them away from my dogs back then and only buy them soup bones from the butcher section of the grocery. You can cook them a bit and they love getting the marrow and then can chew on them forever afterwards. Fraction of the price of these nasty bones too.
Cooked bones, on the other hand, unless they have been labeled as safe for dogs, should be avoided. Yes, even that rib bone your dog’s been salivating over while you ate dinner should go safely into the trash or compost pile and not into your dog’s bowl. Cooked bones become dry and brittle. When chewed by your dog, cooked bones can crack and splinter leading to painful cuts to the mouth and gums, or, worse, can lead to choking, internal injuries, punctured organs, and death.
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A: It might make his day or he might end up in the emergency room! I believe you don't want to find out, especially not the day after Thanksgiving, which is a very busy day in the emergency room for dogs, by the way. Although we think of our dogs as wolves, who would of course be chomping on bones in the wild, we have to keep in mind that most of our pet dogs are used to eating canned food or kibbles. Bones can, in fact, be pretty dangerous to dogs and lead to a costly trip to the vet.
Here is why you should avoid bones: 1. Bones can chip or break teeth, leading to pain and expensive dental work 2. Bone shards can get stuck in the palate of the mouth or the esophagus - leading to immediate distress 3. Marrow bones can get stuck around the lower jaw – the only way to remove the bone is to saw it in half, for which the dog must be sedated 4. Bones are hard to digest. If larger parts are ingested, it can lead to all sorts of gastro-intestinal problems, such as vomiting, diarrhea, bleeding, constipation, or even blockage of the intestines.