Dogs should not eat any cooked bones because the bones become soft and easily splinter when chewed. Splintered bone fragments can puncture the abdominal wall or intestines, causing internal bleeding or trouble passing other food through the digestive system.
There are some raw bones suitable for consumption by dogs. Raw chicken or turkey necks and large beef or bison bones are good for dogs to eat, providing nutritional value and satisfying the need to chew. Raw bones will not splinter so will pass through the digestive system easily.
Observation of a dog that accidentally eats a pork chop bone is necessary. Dog owners should watch for vomiting, bleeding or abdominal pain for a couple of days after ingestion of the bone.