Can a dog eat a cooked lamb bone? Never feed cooked bones as these can splinter and cause internal damage or become an intestinal obstruction. Always supervise dogs when they are eating raw bones.
Is lamb bones bad for dogs? We would always advise against giving your dog any kind of bones. Lamb bones in particular can be really dangerous for your dog as, due to their size, pieces can be broken off when your dog is chewing, which can easily cause obstruction and damage to their gastrointestinal tract.
Do lamb bones splinter? Cooked bones can splinter and cause severe internal damage to dogs. Lamb bones from table scraps are absolutely off-limits, along with any other cooked bones.
What to do if dog eats lamb bones? Bones usually are digested in the stomach but they may form gastro-intestinal obstruction or cause constipation. If Dolbie starts to vomit, strain to pass faeces, is passing stools with blood or not passing any stools at all for longer than 24hrs, you will have to take him to your local vets right away.