Thursday, 23 May 2019

Eggs for Dogs, Cats - How Much Egg to Serve, Raw, Cooked and Recipes Your Guide to Eggs Part Four






Part Four of your Complete Guide to Eggs for Dogs and Cats...

Eggs are a powerhouse of nutrition for your dog and cat's health.

In this part of the Guide you'll find advice on:
  • How often to include egg in your dogs and cat's diet.
  • How much egg to serve your dog and cat.
  • How to serve raw egg.
  • How to serve cooked egg.
  • Egg recipes for your dog and cat.

How Often to Include Egg in Your Dogs and Cat's Diet


Include egg in your dogs and cats diet:
πŸ₯š Several days a week, or;
πŸ₯š Daily.

How Much Egg to Serve Your Dog and Cat


🐈 Cat
πŸ₯„ 1 tablespoon, 1 times to 2 times per day.

πŸ• Extra-Small Dog
πŸ₯„ 1 tablespoon, 1 times to 2 times per day.

πŸ• Small Dog
πŸ₯„πŸ₯š 2 tablespoons up to 1 small egg per day.

🐩 Medium Dog
πŸ₯š 1 egg per day, medium to large egg.

🐩 Large Dog
πŸ₯š 1 egg per day, medium to large egg.

🐩 X-Large Dog
πŸ₯šπŸ₯š 1 to 2 eggs per day, medium to large egg. 

Treats Anyone? Egg is a Perfect Whole Food Treat


Think Eggs.

If you're currently using pet store treats offer egg instead. By doing so you improve your companion animal's diet and you avoid all the nasty food additives.

How to Serve Raw Egg


It's so simple!

Crack the egg shell on the side of your dog's food bowl.
Place the entire egg (white yolk and cracked shell) in the bowl and let your dog enjoy!

Don't worry about the edges of the cracked egg shell. The cracked shell won't cut your dog's mouth. Your dog will crunch the shell up. Egg shell in large or small pieces won't harm a dog's mouth or gastrointestinal track.

If your dog doesn't like the shell give her the egg white and yolk. But don't throw the sell out! You'll see further below the shell has other nutritional uses.

Most cats aren't interested in crunching through cracked egg shell. A kitty's interest is in the white and yolk!

If the raw egg is for a cat or small dog:
  • Crack the egg.
  • Place the egg white and yolk in a small bowl.
  • Whisk the egg and yolk together then serve.
  • You can store the raw whisked egg in a small glass container in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 days.

How To Serve Cooked Egg - Recipes


If you want to keep it simple offer...

Boiled Egg πŸ₯š
  • Boil, cool to room temperature and serve.

Scrambled Eggs 🍳
  • Scramble eggs in a fry pan with a little cold-pressed unrefined organic coconut oil.
  • Allow the eggs to cool.
  • Serve slightly warm or room temperature.
  • Optional Ingredients:
  • You can add cheese.
  • See this scrambled egg recipe for dogs and cats.

Frittata πŸ₯šπŸ§€πŸ„πŸ₯¦πŸ…
You can make your dog and cat frittata with these ingredients...
  • Eggs.
  • Cheese - find out what's good and what's not here.
  • Mushrooms - see a list of dog and cat-safe and healthy mushrooms here.
  • Veggies -  sweet color peppers, fresh tomato and other options here.

Pancakes and Waffle Recipes πŸ₯ž

These are no-grain, no starchy carbs pancake and waffles that make a fun:
  • Healing meal.
  • Treat.
  • Doggie birthday cake!
Species appropriate pancake and waffle recipes for dogs here.

And how about that egg shell...

Egg Shell Powder Recipe 🍚

Eggshell powder is an excellent source of bioavailable calcium for dogs and cats.

Try ground egg shell powder if your dog or cat is on a raw diet but not doing well with whole or finely ground bone.

If you've considered making your dogs and cat's food this may be your inspiration to get started!

For the egg shell powder recipe go here.

Not making eggshell powder? Try this...

Natural Egg Shell Membrane (NEM) πŸ’ͺ🏻

The membrane of the eggshell is very good for your dogs and cats joint health.

Egg shell membrane is easy to peel away from raw egg shell. NEM is a simple natural whole food supplement you can add to your dogs or cat's meal.

You can read more about health benefits of NEM here.

Your Complete Guide to Eggs for Dogs:

πŸ₯š Part I -     Simply Good Eggs for Dogs and Cats
                        A Complete Food to a Perfect Food

πŸ₯š Part II -   How Wholesome is That Egg for Your Dog, Cat? 
                        How to Select the Best Eggs!

πŸ₯š Part III - How Safe Are Eggs for Dogs and Cats?
                       Myths and Truths

⭐️ Part IV - Eggs for Dogs, Cats - How Much Egg to Serve
                       Raw, Cooked and Recipes

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Important Note

1.0 Use of Foods, Herbs, Alternative Medicines:

Safe use of items and protocols in the article above, is your sole responsibility.

Foods, herbs and alternative medicines have health issue, condition and conventional drug interactions. Safe use of all substances and protocol are your responsibility.

Before you use any substance or protocol do your research. Check for cautions, contradictions, interactions and side effects. Do not use substances or protocols not suitable to your animal's individual circumstances.

If your animal has an underlying condition substances and protocols may conflict.

2.0 Definition of Holistic…

Food, herbs, alternative medicines are NOT ‘holistic’ they are a substance and MAY, or may NOT be ‘NATURAL’.

If you use a ‘natural’ substance (ie. an herb) you are using a natural substance, not a holistic substance.

Holistic is not defined by use of one or several substances. Holistic is an approach.

Definition of “holistic” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press

Adjective

"relating to the whole of something or to the total system instead of just to its parts"

"Holistic medicine attempts to treat the whole person, including mind and body, not just the injury or disease."

Holistic is a way of approaching life, and within that health, and well-being.

3.0 Expectation a natural substance remedies a health or behavioral situation.

A natural substance used to treat symptoms. But, if factors causing the underlying issue remain you do not have a remedy.

Remedy requires a comprehensive approach. It is necessary to identify root cause. Remove items that trigger, cause or otherwise contribute to issues. Holistic approach includes design, implementation to treat, remedy and maintain long-term health.

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Wishing your dog and cat the best of health!

Karen Rosenfeld
Ottawa Valley Dog Whisperer
Holistic Behaviorist - Dogs
Holistic Diet Nutrition Wellness Adviser – Dogs and Cats

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