Eggs are a great treat for dogs. Most of you remember your parents adding a raw egg to your dog’s meal when you were a kid. Things aren’t much different today, though some argue that raw eggs, over time, limit a dog’s ability to absorb biotin (vitamin B7), but these cases are very rare. Still, be on the safe side. Boil the egg and serve it mashed up in your dog’s dry or wet food. Note to the gourmands out there: Try slightly cracking the shell of an egg and throwing it into your next beef stew. The egg will absorb the flavors of the stew and the resulting hard-boiled egg will be delicious side to go along with the stew (and perhaps a hearty piece of bread).

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