By Josie November 15th, 2023
Each morning, Minion eagerly approaches the chicken coop and gently picks up the freshly laid eggs.
He places his harvest in his own little basket with the utmost care, and then proudly trots back inside knowing he’s about to be rewarded with his fave brekkie meal.
Some argue that raw eggs are safe as long as they don’t form the mainstay of a dog’s diet, as they are rich in protein.
However, others warn against the practice due to the risks of salmonella or E. coli and the possibility of decreasing the absorption of other nutrients.
If possible, it might be preferable to cook the eggs before serving them to your furry companion.
Eggs are packed with essential proteins, amino acids, and fatty acids. This contributes both to a shiny coat and healthy skin.