"Dogs can shed salmonella through their feces even when they eat dry kibble, but because a healthy dog normally can digest their food quickly without allowing bacteria to settle, they usually do not get salmonella poisoning. Since normal, healthy dogs without other serious health concerns are able to do this, typically they do not get salmonella poisoning from raw meats, like humans can.
However, if a healthy dog eats something that has spoiled then there may be a problem. Just like humans, eating something that has been left out for a long period of time, or has spoiled, can poison dogs. Even the healthiest dogs can get poisoned in these types of conditions.
While every dog is different and can be in more danger of getting salmonella poisoning than other dogs, it is always best to check with your veterinarian about these issues. If you're worried about what you should or should not be giving your dog to eat then the best thing to do is go over it with a medical professional. He should be able to tell you if your dog may be more susceptible to attaining salmonella poisoning then other dogs because of a certain health condition you may be unaware of. If ever you're in doubt, it's always best to avoid feeding your dog something you're unsure of, just to be on the safe side."