Egg yolks contain Choline, a water soluble B vitamin meaning it needs to be consumed daily as the body can not store it. Dogs can make some choline themselves if it is not found easily in the diet.
Both homemade & commercially available fresh, raw diets can fall short of the minimum Choline requirement as per FEDIAF (European Pet Food Industry Federation).
An egg normally has you covered for Choline! Cooking or feeding raw makes little difference to the overall nutritional value.
Large egg yolks contain around 55kcals which is quite a lot! Packed full of vitamins! Most dogs enjoy them.
I’ve made Delilah an egg yolk and poppy seed omelette, she is in season and at the bleeding stage. Delilah needs some comfort food today and also a few extra calories, to make up for the small blood and fluid loss that she has experienced this week & to keep her energy levels up! She loved it! Yum!
I suggest 2 egg yolks to one egg white approx 3 times per week as well as your dogs normal food for short term use to add weight on dog that have rapidly lost weight or an extra egg yolk for those dogs that are convalescing.
Here is a very old video of me making scrambled eggs! 😂🥚🍳🥚
THIS RECIPE IS NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE OR FOR SHARING