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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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 »

Raw eggs are not considered a good source of nutrition for dogs. Egg shells and eggs cooked without butter or oil can have some health benefits for a dog. More »

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Dogs should not eat raw meat due to the risk of infection with harmful bacteria. Salmonella and Escherichia coli are just two of the bacterial organisms that may contaminate raw foods. More »

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Raw chicken is safe for dogs. Many people feed raw chicken as a major component of their dog's diet. The digestive system of dogs is designed to handle bacteria-laden raw foods. More »

According to WebMD, raw carrots make excellent snacks for dogs. Dogs can also eat green beans, cucumbers, zucchini slices and cooked potatoes, but they should never be given raw potatoes, onions or garlic. More »