Is your doggo dying for some ramen?
OK, maybe skip the whole ramen part (it's full of sodium and other not-so-healthy things) and avoid serving your pup your delicious homemade bolognese-sauce-covered noodles, as onions and garlic can be toxic to pups.
One other thing: noodles are also full of carbs, so don't go overboard, as the benefits might not outweigh the risk of obesity in the long run (no pun intended).
All that said, your dog can technically enjoy some plain wheat or rice noodles. (Some dogs may be sensitive to or allergic to gluten, so use caution with the wheat noodles.)
When feeding your dog cooked noodles, make sure they are cooked well and cut into small pieces or broken up into smaller bites. This will help prevent choking hazards, especially with larger noodles like spaghetti.
If your dog eats noodles and is showing signs of illness such as lethargy, diarrhoea, or vomiting, reach out to your veterinarian immediately. If they require veterinary care related to eating unsafe foods, dog insurance may help cover the cost of treatment.