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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-03-2018, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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Egg in Puppy's Diet?

I want to add a raw egg to my puppies kibble every once in awhile. Although, I'm still not sure about it. Is there a certain age that I should wait for or can I start at like eight weeks old? I've heard someone say that eggs cause diarrhea for puppies, is this true? Please let me know your thoughts and recommendations. Thanks!
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This older thread is on feeding raw eggs to puppies:

This article discusses the pros and cons of feeding eggs:

Eggs For Dogs - Good Or Bad?

Raw eggs can cause diarrhea as explained in this article:

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I use eggs as a protein so the number two ingredient in raw food. I soft boil them. The whites are undigested for both humans and dogs, so wasted as a protein source. I have eggs in the diet daily for pups as young as 6 weeks. I have never associated diarrhea with the eggs but am all raw feed no fast food here. Off memory 58% digestible raw, 97-98% with the whites cooked.


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