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Does Arby’s Have Anything For Dogs?

Hitting up the local Arby’s drive-thru with your pup?

Well, you don’t wanna eat in front of your doggo, but does Arby’s have anything for dogs?

No, there is nothing officially on the menu for dogs at Arby’s.

Below we’ll go into more detail on what you may be able to share with your dog after going through the Arby’s fast food drive-thru.

Can My Dog Have Arby’s Roast Beef Sandwich?

If you’re going to share something from Arby’s with your doggo, then this is one of the best options on the menu.

However, this is something that should be a rare treat and not something that you regularly feed your dog.

dog wanting arby's
image: Foursquare

The roast beef in an Arby’s roast beef sandwich is ultra-processed and full of salt and preservatives that are not good (or healthy) or a dog.

Arby’s roast beef meat ingredients: Beef, Water, Salt, Sodium Phosphates.

Arby’s ingredient and nutrition list

If you are going to feed your dog an Arby’s roast beef sandwich, then only feed him the meat and not the bun.

The bun is loaded with ingredients that are bad for dogs and will most likely make your dog sick.

Arby’s sesame seed bun ingredients: Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Yeast, Soybean and/or Cottonseed Oil, Wheat Gluten, Contains 2% or less of the following: Salt, Dried Malt, Dough Conditioners (contains one Page 7 of 9 or more of the following: mono and diglycerides, ethoxylated mono and diglycerides, calcium peroxide, calcium stearoyl lactylate, sodium stearoyl lactylate, DATEM, ascorbic acid, calcium iodate, soy lecithin, enzymes), Yeast Nutrients (contains one or more of the following: calcium carbonate, ammonium chloride, ammonium sulfate, calcium sulfate, monocalcium phosphate, carbamide), Dextrose, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Caramel Color, L-Cysteine, Propylene Glycol, Diammonium Phosphate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Wheat and/ or Corn Starch, Corn Grits, Potato Flour, Calcium Propionate and/or Potassium Sorbate (preservatives), Soy Lecithin. Topped with Sesame Seeds.

Arby’s ingredient and nutrition list

Can My Dog Have Arby’s Curly Fries?

No, you cannot feed your dog curly fries from Arby’s because they will probably make your pup sick.

arbys curly fries
image: Mike Mozart/Flickr, CC 2.0

The curly fries at Arby’s have ingredients that are not good for dogs, which is why you should not feed the doggo your Arby’s fries.

Arby’s curly fries ingredients: Potatoes, Vegetable Oil (contains one or more of the following: canola oil, soybean oil, cottonseed oil, sunflower oil, Corn Oil, palm oil), Enriched Bleached Flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Salt, Corn Starch, Onion Powder, Yellow Corn Meal, Spices, Garlic Powder, Leavening (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate), Modified Corn Starch, Dextrose, Spice and Coloring, Natural Flavor, Dried Torula Yeast, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (to preserve natural color). Cooked in Corn Oil.

Arby’s ingredient and nutrition list

Does Arby’s Have Dog Treats?

Since Arby’s sells milkshakes, you might assume that they can give you dog something like a pup cup.

Unfortunately, they do not offer anything like that, and the vanilla shake has too many ingredients that are bad for dogs for you to share one with your doggo.

However, in some locations the drive-thru window keeps dog treats available for people who come through with doggies.

One such location is the Norwalk, Ohio Arby’s, as you can see in this review from Yelp.

arby's dog treats

But just know that this is not true of every single Arby’s location, so availability of dog treats at the drive-thru window will vary.

Final Word

While the Arby’s menu does not offer anything that is good for dogs, the occasional Arby’s roast beef is okay for most dogs.

Just remember that your dog should not eat the sesame seed bun!

And don’t regularly let your dog eat roast beef from Arby’s because it is still not good for him to eat.

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