Okay for dogs? Assuming they have no dietary squirms with anything?
Seamus and Flynn
Yep...I even give them *gasp* raw.
I thought this was interesting when I came across it. It turns out that eggs are the "perfect" protein source. It's more digestible than any other. They have an index that measures the digestibility of proteins, and it's measured against the mighty egg (egg being 1 on the scale). I think chicken was next, at .8 or .7. I guess none of that is really relevant to your question, but yeah, they can have eggs.
Definitely! They are a huge hit in my home.
OMG! Aren't those just fart bombs? :-X
I give Ernie raw eggs.
He would eat them cooked if he could wait long enough.
how many and how often can you give eggs, cooked or raw?
<br />Barnsley & Lilly from Okinawa, Japan
I don't see much point in cooking them to be honest. Your dog won't care either way and it saves you time to feed them raw. Plus, raw is more beneficial -- nutrients are lost in the cooking process. Feeding one or two eggs a week should be fine.how many and how often can you give eggs, cooked or raw?
I think cooked eggs are neater?
My impression of raw eggs are slimy and gluey. LOL! Which may be quite a mess depending how your dog serve himself or how you serve him. Do you all add to his food or just crack it in his bowl?
If I am not wrong, quite a significant number of kibbles has eggs in it. Though not always in the fresh form, may be in the form of byproduct :-\
There is no mess involved if you crack it straight into the bowl.
Will any raw egg do? Can dogs get sick from raw eggs the way people can?