Can Dogs Eat Ribeye Bones? When it is or isn’t an Emergency
Most dogs can be given ribeye bones but dog owners need to follow a few safety steps before doing so. First, dogs should never be given cooked ribeye bones. There is always a risk of cooked bones becoming splintered as the dog chews.
Second, we would never leave your dog unsupervised with a raw ribeye bone (or any bone for that matter). Ribeye bones can become a choking hazard if a dog swallows a large piece without giving it a proper chew. If your dog does swallow a large piece of ribeye bone then we would strongly recommend going to an emergency vet as soon as you can.
Last but not least, make sure you aren’t giving your dog any ribeye bones that have been marinated or seasoned with ingredients that are potentially toxic to pets. For example, some of us like to enjoy our steaks with garlic, which is toxic to dogs.