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okay, well i am new to these site pretty cool site tho idk why i never thought of looking for this lol but anyways real reason why.

i have a 1yr 5months. hes my love kinda crazy ahah sleeps a lot and runs every hes a English bulldog/? idk the other part maybe you'll can help lol his mom got out and had a stand fun one night and came back and my man popped out haha ill attch more pic after i post this need help asap hes hungry..

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i feed him eggs yesterday i feed him 2 scrambled in coconut oil. got alot laying around and heard it great for his coat and skin.. i wanted to now if i could feed hims eggs and oatmeal? as a meal? i was reading somewhere that someone did that now sure. but wanted to hes a outside dog also if that matter. i know, i know, i know.. outside:redface:its dad i want him inside with me. but when i move out hes coming in now worries lol

i think it made sense sorry if didnt work with me lol thanks ppl

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collars gone he got a harness now should have that since a pup lol
 

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For an occasional meal (maybe once every couple of weeks, yeah, eggs and oatmeal would be fine. But it's not a balanced diet for everyday feeding.
 

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You can feed eggs frequently. They're a good source of protein. One a day would be fine (you can feed them raw or cooked). But oatmeal is more of a filler than anything, and his dog food probably has plenty of grain in it anyway.
 

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Don't even bother cooking the eggs. Dogs loooooooove raw eggs. The extra protein is good for them.
 
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