Question by  IBernal001 (27)

Can scrambled eggs cause problems in Yorkshire terriers?


Answer by  thelostone (1457)

Normally no. Eggs will not cause problems for most dogs. It doesn't so much depend on their breed as it does their regular diet. Massive change in diet is bad.


Answer by  Gavy (111)

Scrambled eggs should not be particularly dangerous for any breed of dogs, unless your dog is allergic to them or they are made from contaminated eggs. Eggs are listed among "acceptable foods" by most vets, and will actually help their coats be more shiny. If you are experiencing problems, it is probably an allergy or bad eggs!


Answer by  sara28 (68)

Eggs are not a common problem causer for dogs in general, but it is best to only feed dogs they egg whites if you are going to feed them any part of the egg. The egg whites are nutritionally beneficial for skin and coat, but the yolk has hardly any value for the pet.


Answer by  tofuturk (581)

Any food a dog is not used to can cause stomach upset. Cooked scrambled eggs are mild and easy to digest. It can be fed as part of a wholitic meal program. Start with a small portion and then increase.


Answer by  dtb (257)

Scrambled eggs will not cause any problems in any Yorkshire terriers, or any other dogs for that matter. Scrambled eggs are harmless; you just have to make sure you do not give them too much! You also have to make sure the egg is fresh, otherwise there is a small chance of it hurting your dog, but not a lot.


Answer by  Samhain (115)

Yes. After prolonged exposure to the high protein, the liver signals the 'replenish' part of the brain to stop. After repeated consumption, It can hazard the liver deathly.

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