Dogs can safely eat scrambled eggs and even experience some health benefits from doing so. Eggs provide a healthy source of protein and 13 vitamins and minerals, as well as calcium if the shell is fed. More »

Dogs love to eat boiled and scrambled eggs, carrots, cheese and peanut butter. These foods can be used as occasional supplements to a dog’s standard diet. More »

A dog with diabetes can eat a variety of vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower, green and red sweet peppers and carrots. These vegetable options can be used as treats to supplement the decrease in meat and grains ea... More »

According to PetMD, cooked eggs are an acceptable food for dogs. Hard-boiled eggs are preferable because ingredients such as butter are not needed to prevent eggs from sticking to the pan. Eggs served in chunks, mixed wi... More »

It is not clear whether dogs should eat raw eggs. Some experts say dogs should not eat raw eggs due to the potential for salmonella poisoning and a biotin deficiency caused by the whites, while other experts say eating r... More »

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Cooked eggs and eggshells are safe for dogs to eat, but raw eggs may be unsafe. Raw eggs can carry salmonella and do not have nutritional benefits over cooked eggs. It is safest to avoid feeding dogs raw eggs, according ... More »

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There is no health benefit or concern with feeding a dog cherries. However, the pit should be removed, along with stems and leaves. Cherries provide no major health concerns to a canine, but they may cause an upset stoma... More »

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