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    Quote Originally Posted by savemejeebus View Post
    You can also grind the eggshells in a grinder to powder form and sprinkle them in their food. But always grind right before you serve, it loses its effect after a while.

    Ground eggshells make a great phosphorous binder too

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    my boy is 7 mnths now and loves raw eggs i feed him 1 twice a day morning and night. but i dnt give him the shell so is that too much eggs and is he to young for shells or is he allgud to start eat them?

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    Hey guys, don't you know that you have to add green food coloring and ham to get them to eat eggs?

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    Hey guys, don't you know that you have to add green food coloring and ham to get them to eat eggs?

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    i feed them eggs like 3 times a week or so. im not sure bout eggs twice a day really might be to much. i think most do it sporatically or every other day but not positive. @Purebred

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    Exactly what is the purpose of feeding them a raw egg/and shell? I love reading all of this but never heard of it so I will wait before I even attempt it with Mabel. Although I am certain she will eat it down the hatch it goes. Mabels like Mikey "she eats anything"

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    I give my guys a hard cooked egg once a week, but didn't know you could or should give them the egg raw. Is raw better? And why? Also maybe if they don't like it in a bowl by itself, you could mix it into their kibble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mabel lou View Post
    Exactly what is the purpose of feeding them a raw egg/and shell? I love reading all of this but never heard of it so I will wait before I even attempt it with Mabel. Although I am certain she will eat it down the hatch it goes. Mabels like Mikey "she eats anything"
    Eggs are probably the best "usable" protein source there is. The shells are an excellent, all natural source of calcium.

    Quote Originally Posted by Biking girl View Post
    I give my guys a hard cooked egg once a week, but didn't know you could or should give them the egg raw. Is raw better? And why? Also maybe if they don't like it in a bowl by itself, you could mix it into their kibble.
    Once you cook it, you change the properties of the egg and therefore change the quality of the protein.

    Abby gets 1 raw egg white mixed into her food twice a day. The yolk is way too high in phosphorous for her so that part gets mixed into Otis and Roxy's food. And yes, you can mix it right into their kibbles.

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    Ok so is this more for treat or more for health ect? I am going to try this on Mabel and see how it works out. Thank you very much also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mabel lou View Post
    Ok so is this more for treat or more for health ect? I am going to try this on Mabel and see how it works out. Thank you very much also.

    I would definitely say for health but as a treat it can't hurt either

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    Awe both me and Mabel thank you, I love this site

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