Why You Should Be Feeding Your Pets Eggs
Eggs make an excellent daily food or special treat for dogs and cats. They are basically the healthiest thing you can feed your pet. Keep reading to find out why.
Eggs are high in protein.
Eggs are are one of the most complete sources of amino acids, the building blocks of protein. Regularly feeding them to your pets is a great way to boost the protein in their diets.
Eating eggs provides your pet with essential vitamins and minerals that are difficult to get elsewhere in such high levels, including:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B12
- Fatty Acids
Excellent for your pet's skin, coat, teeth, and bones.
The dense nutrients in eggs support skin and coat health for both dogs and cats. Eggs also help build and maintain strong bones and teeth.
Calms Upset Stomachs
Eggs are easy to digest and are a healthy way to settle a pet's upset stomach. When eaten regularly, eggs can also improve chronic digestive issues.
The easiest way to supplement your pet's diet with eggs is to incorporate our Freeze Dried Ostrich Eggs. No cooking required! Our scrambled eggs are single ingredient - made of 100% Idaho-raised ostrich egg, with no fillers or preservatives. We scramble the eggs, bake, and then freeze-dry them, so they remain fresh for months and are always ready to eat right out of the bag.
For easily digestible, all-American, and BEYOND Organic pet foods, choose American Ostrich Farms' entire line of incredibly healthy, environmentally responsible pet foods. From meats to eggs, and special treats to everyday meals - whether your pet is young or old, big or small, we have never met a pet who doesn't love ostrich.
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