Don't give a dog pork rib bones or any other type of cooked bone due to the risks of choking and digestive obstructions or lacerations. Even if the dog safely swallows the bone, it can still splinter and cause serious in... More »

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Dogs should not eat pork rib bones or cooked bones of any type. Once bones have been cooked, they become brittle and more likely to splinter and injure the dog; cooking also reduces any nutritional value contained in the... More »

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Dogs should not eat baby back rib bones, according to Pet Insurance. Dogs can choke on baby back rib bones, and the bones can also splinter and cause damage to dogs who chew on them. Baby back rib bones can be especially... More »

Dogs should not eat pork rib bones or cooked bones of any type. Once bones have been cooked, they become brittle and more likely to splinter and injure the dog; cooking also reduces any nutritional value contained in the... More »

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According to Healthy Pets, giving any kind of cooked bone, including cooked rib bones, to dogs is dangerous. This is because the cooking process breaks down the bone and makes them more brittle, which makes the bones mor... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Pets Dogs

According to the Michigan Humane Society, it is dangerous to feed any type of bones to dogs; this includes pork bones. Small pieces or bone splinters can cause illness or death in dogs. More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Pets Dogs

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 ot... More »