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Raw egg in puppy food once a week yay or nay?

I have a 10 week old gs mix and I read in a puppy book to add a raw egg in her food once a week. Just wanted to see what you been there done that dog owners think?Raw egg in puppy food once a week yay or nay?-imageuploadedbypg-free1358523256.413587.jpgRaw egg in puppy food once a week yay or nay?-imageuploadedbypg-free1358523267.498432.jpg


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I feed eggs all the time.




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I feed raw eggs about 2 times a week. She loves it.
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I feed Rafi one raw egg per day. I buy eggs that are locally sourced from free ranging, anti-biotic-free hens.

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Why.. whats the purpose of this?
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I feed duke raw eggs and I leave the shell in. just mash it up
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Stella loves eggs mixed in with her food! The bowl is soooo clean after an eggy diner !
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Why.. whats the purpose of this?
I've heard that a whole raw egg is one of the purist sources of protein. I have been adding them to my dogs' diet for years. I notice improvement in their coat if I stop giving them raw eggs and then start up again.
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This is a definite yay.

I give our dogs at least one raw egg every single day from our own hens.
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I was feeding raw eggs, but have started giving hard boiled instead, my dogs like the HB's better(from my own chickens)

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