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Help, My Dog Ate a Rotten Egg! Should I Be Worried?

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Dog ate a rotten egg – A Doggie Dawg Tale

A: Typically – this is more of a digestive disturbance and stomach upset than a true disease or concern. If you wanted to be extra careful – If you would like to try some at-home care – you can consider inducing vomiting.

Dogs have an incredible sense of smell, but not all dogs can tell good food from rotten food. My dog is smart enough to tell the difference between fresh and spoiled food but lacks the ability to tell which food is good for her.

If it looks like food to her, she will eat it without thinking twice, and that’s why we’re here—my dog ate a rotten egg from the bin in the kitchen, and seems as though she devoured every bite!

If your dog accidentally ate a rotten egg, there are a few things that can happen, and here’s what to do about it.

My Dog Ate Rotten Egg: Key Takeaways

• Whether cooked or raw, rotten eggs are absolutely unsafe for your dog.

• Eggs are prone to infectious agents like salmonella and Clostridium sp.

• Rotten eggs are even more dangerous because the bacteria in them will release toxins at a certain temperature.

• It’s always safe to cook fresh eggs without seasoning, and with a little bit of oil such as coconut oil.

• Watch out for signs of vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, etc. over the next few days

Lots of very stinky burps to follow ……………………………😃😃😃

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Sidney
Sidney loves dogs of all breeds! He grew up with the most beautiful White German Shepherd. Ever since then, he has been obsessed with dogs and has owned a lot of different breeds. Sidney is the founder of Doggie Dawg., and he looks forward to spreading his love and knowledge of dogs, and the joy they can bring to the life of a pet owner!

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