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i've heard eggs are great for a dogs coat. does anyone feed their dogs scrambled eggs? can't do the raw eggs, grosses me out.
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Every once in a while I give Kodi some, but not with any regularity. I guess you have to be careful because some dogs don't process egg white well. You're better off feeding them the yolk from what I've read.

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Henry is on a home cooked diet under Sabine's direction. He gets 3 scrambled eggs a week and loves them.

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Our dogs do fine with the occasional scrambled egg. They especially like them with a tiny bit of shredded cheese on top. (so do I)

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I feed my dogs a raw food diet specially formulated by a vet at a veterinary college. It includes 8 hard boiled eggs in a batch which does me 2 weeks for my 3 dogs. I don't think you are supposed to feed raw eggs - my recipe has very specific directions to ensure that the eggs are cooked.
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My DH serves Tori scrambled eggs every weekend.


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My boys love scrambled eggs. We do not give on a regular basis, once or twice a month, sometimes more. Depending on when we decide to have breakfast at night.

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I scramble eggs for my two for Sunday brunch most weekends. It is good for their skin and coats, among other things. Plus, they really like them.

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My old protection dog lived on a raw egg every day. When I would gather the eggs, he would wait for me to throw him one. I give Rosie leftover scrambled eggs when I fix them (actually I always scramble an extra one just for her). She loves them also. I don't give them to her raw because of the facial hair getting egg all over. I think the only reason not to give raw is the danger of samonella and I figure that if me and the grandchildren haven't had any problems, then the dogs sure won't. Course the old dog was an outside dog and exposed to all sorts of bacteria and probably immune to salmonella as all of us country reared people used to be.
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When my wife is in the mood to make scrambled eggs she always makes an extra one for Ruffles. We actually have to take the plate away from her for a few seconds to let her digest them because she eats them so fast. She loves them.

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