Dogs are carnivorous animals, and most of them love the taste of meat. But can dogs eat lobster? Lobster is a type of shellfish that humans enjoy eating, but it can be dangerous for dogs because they have shorter digestive tracts than humans do. Dogs should not eat lobster, but they can have a small amount of shellfish like shrimp or crab. Shrimp and crab are lower in fat than other types of seafood so dogs will digest them better. Shellfish is also high in proteins which benefit the dog’s digestive system. A common question that pet owners ask is if their dog can eat chicken bones? The answer to this question depends on what kind of bone it is: cooked or uncooked; whole or cut up into pieces.” Dogs should not eat lobster because they have shorter digestive tracts than humans do. Shrimp and crab are lower in fat, so dogs will digest them better. Shellfish is high in proteins so it benefits the dog’s digestive system.