Generally, eggs are safe for dogs to eat as long as they are cooked. However, it should be noted that there is the possibility of doggy poo having a few side effects, the two biggest being weight gain and flatulence.
The Pros Of Eggs
Eggs are high in both fat and protein. It is for this reason that pet owners must be extremely careful with portion control when it comes to feeding your canine companion eggs. Most of the fat in an egg is stored in the yolk. One way to help keep fat down is to only give your dog the egg whites. In addition to being high in protein, one another pro to dogs eating eggs is that it helps keep their coats nice and shiny. Never feed your dog raw or undercooked eggs as they contain bacteria and your dog could get salmonella poisoning, food poisoning, or disease. Eggs can either be cooked or hard boiled and then given to doggy, but it is best to make sure that they have cooled down before handing them over to your pup. Eggs are great for dogs as a treat every now and then but should never be given to dogs on a regular basis. Only give your dog eggs in smaller portions and in moderation and he should be fine.