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    I always read about giving dogs and puppies raw eggs, what are the benefits?

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    Eggs are beneficial in helping the coat. They're high in protein and can promotethat healthy shine and healthy coat structure
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    I have not researched it but wow, all my dogs have shiny soft coats, then again they get sardines (omega 3, is it) as well.

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    Saredines are another great food for lovely healthy coat and skin

    We actually alternate how we feed our googies and sardines,one day we mix the egg in with the sardines and one day we mix the egg with a mall amount of milk. I also use sardines with some rice as well
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    Massive dose of protein in that one tiny little egg. Of course feeding the shell and all provides further nourishment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Massive dose of protein in that one tiny little egg. Of course feeding the shell and all provides further nourishment.

    When feeding the WHOLE egg, shell and all, do you break the shell up or just give the egg whole?

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    Mine only get them haphazardly now, same as about everything else around here. Vet still commented on their coats. (I slip Jessie some when she comes here, lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by amy86 View Post
    When feeding the WHOLE egg, shell and all, do you break the shell up or just give the egg whole?
    Hi Amy. It depends on the dog and person really, and their...um...perception of "civilised."

    Some owners will crush the shell, some will microwave it a bit to make the shell easier to crush up finely, yet others will simply give their dogs the egg and let them crack it and devour the lot.

    Sometimes I'll be a tad more civilised and crush, but if a dog is full of energy, I'll let them do the cracking. keeps them occupied and stimulated for a wee bit longer. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Hi Amy. It depends on the dog and person really, and their...um...perception of "civilised."

    Some owners will crush the shell, some will microwave it a bit to make the shell easier to crush up finely, yet others will simply give their dogs the egg and let them crack it and devour the lot.

    Sometimes I'll be a tad more civilised and crush, but if a dog is full of energy, I'll let them do the cracking. keeps them occupied and stimulated for a wee bit longer. Lol.
    Thanks DA! I usually just give Poppy the egg, no shell. BUT one day when baking the empty shell blew off the counter and before I knew it she was munching away on this shell!

    I think she would be the type who would like to munch it up herself! She is such a greedy guts! AGB put me onto the briskit bones and she LOVES those!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post
    Eggs are beneficial in helping the coat. They're high in protein and can promotethat healthy shine and healthy coat structure
    So thats why my Dad drank 3 raw eggs in a cup in the morning !!

    ( after boozing all night )
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