We all know that eggs are an excellent source of protein, but, the eggshells
provide Calcium as well. The Eggshell consists of (94%) calcium Carbonate
(1%) Magnesium Carbonate, (1%) Calcium Phosphate and (1%) Organic Matter.
We all eat eggs, so once you break open the egg, rinse the shells, spread
them on a baking sheet and dry them out at 300* for 45 minutes. I then
pulverize them in my food processor. They can be stored in a covered jar
on your counter and sprinkled in with their food. One half a teaspoon of
ground egg shell provides their daily calcium supply.
Canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie mix) not only adds fiber to you’re
dogs diet, but is also a way to settle their stools when they are loose.