No – it is a bad idea. There are a number of dangers surrounding beef bones that it is best to avoid feeding them to your dog.
The main issues why beef bones are dangerous is that they can be a choking hazard and cut a dogs mouth and/or throat with splinters. This in turn can cause the bones to be lodge in your dog’s intestines.
Even though some believe that beef bones are good for their dog and they may have some nutritional value it isn’t worth the risk to give them to your dog.
A more healthy and safe alternative is to give bones that were made specifically for your dog to your dog to chew on.
If you think your dog has eaten some beef bones it is best to contact your vet right away to get an assessment of your dog to make sure they are okay.
Some things you should watch for if you think your dog has ingested some beef bones is: lethargy, blood in stool, choking, and difficulty passing stool.
No – you should never feed beef bones to your dog as they are very dangerous. They could splinter and cause all sorts of issues for your dogs health and well-being.