Hello everyone! Welcome back to our pet blog. Can Dogs Eat Eggs; And today we’re going to talk about eggs. Yes, and we will be covering a few issues. The questions will be: Are eggs for dogs healthy? Is it better to feed eggs raw or boiled How often should you feed them to your dog?
And can you feed your eggshells? And we’ll add a recipe for the powdered shell, and eventually, we’ll see Rancho choose between raw eggs and boiled eggs, so stick to the end to see which one you prefer.
Okay, so before we begin, I just want to say that all the information I’m going to share here is from science-based articles or a book I have about dog nutritionif you are interested. All right, let’s go inside. The first question is: Are Eggs Healthy for Your Dog? And here the answer is quite clear.
Yes, they are. Egg protein has one of the highest biological values of common protein sources. Eggs are full of amino acids, and essential fatty acids. They are also a great source of vitamins A, D, and B, as well as some minerals such as selenium or iron.
They are also a rich source of biotin and biotin is good for your dog’s skin, fur and nails. But here’s one problem, egg whites contain an antinutrient. It’s a compound called avidin that binds to biotin and that makes it unavailable for absorption, but the good thing is that you can get rid of avidin by boiling the egg white and it destroys the avidin and makes it possible to use the biotin in the egg white.