Can Dogs Eat Rib Bones?

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Yes, dogs can eat rib bones. Any kind of bones are good for your dog as long as they are not hard long bones, cooked or chicken bones. The above can be fatal to your dogs since they splinter or cause digestive blockage.
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While dogs and bones tend to go together like two peas in a pod, chicken bones and dogs don't mix and these bones can be very dangerous for the pooch. Chicken bones, especially cooked
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I think it goes back to the time when dogs were wild, and the pack could not afford to waste any part of the kill. So they would eat all the meat, and then chew on the bones. Plus
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Only hard beef bones, and you must watch what size of bone you are giving, sharp bones can pierce their throat, stomach or intestines, more so now days it is not advised to give dogs
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The ancestor to the domestic dog, the wolf, eats bones. This is a genetically passed
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