When you think about what to feed your dog, eggs come to mind quickly.
There are several reasons for this instinctual preference of dog owners. Some people will say that dogs love eggs because they look at them like a toy or something that they can play with before eating them.
Other people seem to believe that dogs love eggs simply because they taste good and smell inviting. However, there is another reason why dogs enjoy scrambled eggs so much which has nothing to do with how it looks or smells, but rather because of their nutritional value.
How do you make scrambled eggs for dogs?
This is a common question that many dog owners have when they first come up with the idea of feeding their dogs scrambled eggs. The simple answer to this is that you don’t make them any different way from what you would do to make scrambled eggs for yourself if you were going to eat them.
Can dogs eat scrambled eggs with cheese and milk?
In most cases, cheese and milk are not recommended to be given to dogs because they can cause diarrhea in most cases. This is true even if the type of cheese is a bit “less pungent” such as cottage cheese or mozzarella. In this same manner, scrambled eggs with milk will most likely also give your dog an upset stomach.
How many scrambled eggs can dogs eat?
A common mistake that many dog owners make is that they assume that because scrambled eggs are healthy, then more must be better. This is not the case when it comes to feeding your dog scrambled eggs (or any food).
Can puppies have scrambled eggs with milk?
Puppies are more likely to suffer an upset stomach if eggs were the only thing that they ate for a long period. In those cases, puppies can be given scrambled eggs as a treat from time to time, but never as their main source of nutrition.