I feed my blue pitt puppy one raw egg a day, five days a week. Once a week she gets raw liver in her food and once a week she gets a raw beef bone. Preferably the beef knuckle. It has a lot of fat and is softer since her teeth aren't as strong as they will be when she's grown. I feed her Blue Buffalo. This is the closest to what a dog would eat in the wild as I can get here in my city. I did have her on the raw diet but it was a lot of work and she does just as good with the dry. I have cleared all this through my vet. (Who happens to be in the top ten recommended vets in Texas, according to the Association Of Veterinarians.) Brown eggs are best and they can eat the shell and all. Don't overdue it with the protein because they can get protein poisoning. Nd don't do it just every now and then, it will keep your dog with runny poop. When you first add additional protein you will see a difference in your dogs poop but it will harden back up. My dogs coat is beautiful, shiny and shes all muscle and she's only 3 months old. Try adding an omega 3 and fatty acid additive.Does wonders for the coat. She also gets calcium tabs and an overall vitamin. She's super healthy. Good luck!
I have a 3 month old brindle pitbull puppy when I first got her she was about 8 weeks old and I noticed she had no hair behind her ears, so I thought it was because of poor nutrition, so I added a little oil in her food and a week later it started to grow, but I still feed her the oil till this day is that a good thing??
I ONLY feed my dogs RAW! You should look into a Raw Diet, it is best in my humble opinion. Dogfood=chemicals and I prefer to keep them as naturally healthy as possible. YES to raw eggs, heck they even can eat the shell as it's a great source of calcium!
Yes you can it gives the dog a healthy coat, also do not feed on dry food put it on a raw meat diet you never know what goes in to dry food.
I would not recommend feeding your dog raw eggs. Dogs can get gastrointestinal upset from raw eggs due to bacterial content, the high fat content, and general dietary sensitivity. A dog should be fed a high quality dry dog food--this is nutritionally balanced and contains all the vitamins and minerals. Dog treats can be fed as supplements in small amounts. Raw eggs are not an appropriate treat.
Why would you want to do that...Buy some dog food...