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Does anyone feed their adult Havanese an occasional whole egg? If so, how often and how cooked?

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We feed the boys a scrambled egg maybe 1-
2x month. We are not breakfast egg eaters, but when we decide to have eggs, the boys get an egg for sure.

The boys love eggs!



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I feed scrambled eggs to Rosie about once a week. I used to have a large outside dog that got a whole raw egg every day when I gathered the eggs. I didn't even crack it for him. But the only reason I cook them for Rosie is that her ears and mustache get food all over if it is "wet" and raw eggs are.
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Thanks Linda and Lucille. I thought once every week or 10 days was okay. He'll be a happy camper tonight!


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Shirley, it's a special treat here but not too often. If we're having french toast we scramble up the left over egg for them. They love it but then they love just about everything!

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Kodi gets a bit of scrambled egg at least a couple of times a week... When ever we do. But it's not anything like a whole egg at a time.


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Karen, he did get a whole egg mixed with kibble last night and thought he was in hog heaven. It was fine and caused no problems, but I agree, half next time. We do not routinely eat eggs for breakfast so this will be a planned every-so-often event, probably twice a month or so.

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I give Momo a raw egg every now and then. I have to wash her face and front paws afterwards, though.

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Donnie that is the reason I scramble Rosie's egg. The only reason I don't give her one every day is that is too much food along with her kibble and I want her to eat the kibble first. I sent 4 dozen eggs home with my son and grandchildren yesterday and one dozen went to the office this morning for an employee. Two people just can't eat 4 eggs a day. But I try to make an egg dish at least once a week and at least once a week we have egg sandwiches for lunch.
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Karen, he did get a whole egg mixed with kibble last night and thought he was in hog heaven. It was fine and caused no problems, but I agree, half next time. We do not routinely eat eggs for breakfast so this will be a planned every-so-often event, probably twice a month or so.

Thanks, Shirley
Oh, I'm SURE Kodi would eat a whole egg... he LOVES them!!! And I don't think it would cause a problem. I just like to keep him slim, and that's a lot of calories to add to his regular food intake. I'd love to find a way to prepare eggs so that I could use them as training treats, but they are awfully messy!


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