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A little scrambled eggs won't hurt her ;) That's a cute pic!
 

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Cool, I didn't think they were bad but I wanted to be safe lol.

And I could have sworn I rotated that pic...

I did, cause if you click on it, its right side up... weird
 

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Hahaha, Keira and Caesar LOVE eggs! Every time I make scrambled eggs, I make a couple of extras for the dogs, so that the kids don't get the sad eyes. :)
 

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raw eggs are best. i give nismo and lowla 1-2 a week. shell and everything. the shell is good calcium and the egg is equivalent to a meal of protein. so if you give your dog an egg count that as the meal.

My girl Vendetta gets a raw egg every morning for the last 2yrs. She is great shape.
every morning? have you heard of biotein difficiancy?
i was reading that more than 2 eggs a week can result in your dog building up a biotein difficiancy
 

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Do NOT feed RAW eggs as they have an enzyme called avidin, which decreases the absorption of biotin (a B vitamin) and can lead to skin and coat problems. I feed RAW and I only feed the egg shells. They are a great source of calcium:
calcium carbonate (94%)
magnesium carbonate (1%)
calcium phosphate (1%)
organic matter (4%).

 

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Have you seen Vendetta coat it is beautiful. She doesnt shed her coat is glossy and sleek no danderuff or anything. Yes she gets whey and egg every morning. I read a study on Springer rage they had a decrease in seratonin so i started giving her whey which contains tryptophan. I really think it has done wonders for her personality.
 

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Do NOT feed RAW eggs as they have an enzyme called avidin, which decreases the absorption of biotin (a B vitamin) and can lead to skin and coat problems. I feed RAW and I only feed the egg shells. They are a great source of calcium:
calcium carbonate (94%)
magnesium carbonate (1%)
calcium phosphate (1%)
organic matter (4%).

i thought it was just the whites? or maybe it was the yoke. it was one of them. its been a while since i read it. it was on here i believe
 

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I always give mine 1-2 a week shells and all along with a daily fish oil tablet. His coat is beautiful and shiny and he loves it. But he loves anything I think he was a garbage disposal in his other life. lol
 

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What I posted is directly from Deb and she is my nutrition bible :)
well... she's a great nutrion bible i must admit.
though i would have to say its all about how often you gave it. too much of anything is bad thing. but i dont see why every once in a while would be a bad thing. :)
 

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I think it depends on the type of food you are giving too. My girl only get farm fresh eggs from chickens that are not fed antibiotic/steriod filled feed.
 
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