Benefits of Feeding Eggs Eggs are a great addition to your pets raw or kibble meals. As shown in both graphics, eggs contain many beneficial nutrients. Eggs not only add vitamins, minerals, and protein, they also help improve your pets coat and skin. "Duck eggs are an Alkaline producing food, which is a great benefit to cancer patients as cancer cells do not thrive in an alkaline environment. Chicken eggs are an acid food leaving a dogs body more acidic" (Nutrition Data). Th
Fish can be fed to both kibble and raw fed dogs. These fish listed are some of the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids and are the cleanest to feed because: 1️⃣ These fish are small and less likely to have mercury contamination and other toxins compared to larger fish. 2️⃣ They aren’t large bottom feeders, meaning they don’t eat a lot of junk from the floor of the ocean. Examples of fish to avoid are flounder, eels, haddock, bass, grouper, snapper, and some catfish. Benefits
Two words: Raw food. The top picture of Ella's coat was caused by her eating Purina dog food at the shelter for several months. She honestly looked much worse before I took this picture. We thought her skin was scarred over and that her fur would never grow back at one point.
The bottom picture is of Ella after being completely on raw food for less than 2 months! She has no more bald spots, eye discharge, diarrhea, or weight loss issues. A lot of people say "I feed my dog Pu