Once of the easiest ways to offer eggs to a Pomeranian is to prepare hard boiled eggs. Once cooled, it can be easily sliced into bite sized pieces and mixed into a meal.
Some dogs become gassy after eating eggs, so just keep an eye on your Pom for this issue. If he/she does have an excessive amount of flatulence, cut back on the eggs.
And remember, for any food at all, moderation is the key.
There are countless egg recipes for dogs, however one of our favorite is an egg and sweet potato mix. You already know the benefits of eggs. The benefits of sweet potatoes are that they are a good source for carbohydrates (which canines need), fiber (which helps keep bowel movements regular), potassium, Vitamin A, C, B6 and protein.
In addition, they do not contain any fat and importantly, are very easy for a Pomeranian to digest. In fact, for Poms that have tummy troubles, sweet potatoes are one of the recommended foods to fed a Pom to allow the stomach to have a rest. Making this super health dish is rather easy!
1- Boil 1 sweet potato until tender
2- After cooling, slice open and scoop out the tender insides, putting the potato into a bowl
3- Scramble 2 eggs in a non-stick pan, using some non-fat non-stick spray (don't add any spices other than a small dash of salt)
4- Once the eggs are scrambled, mix them into the potatoes.
That's it! Most Pomeranians love this egg dish. You can make it into a fuller meal by adding chicken (white meat, de-bonded, broiled, baked or boiled). For added veggies, try adding cooked peas, carrots and/or green beans. You can experiment to see which vegetables your Pom likes best.
Keep any left overs in a sealed container in the fridge and warm it up for the next serving. Points to remember As long as your Pomerania is over 4 months old, do not be afraid to experiment with some new foods. If you find that your Pomeranian loves to eat eggs, you can make an egg based meal for his or her breakfast.
Don't be shy about adding other ingredients that you know are healthy such as meats (chicken, turkey, fish) and extras like peas. Just remember which foods are off limits, especially onions! While you and your Pomeranian may both be eating eggs at the same time, do make it clear that your food is yours and his food is his!
If a puppy or dog even THINKS that he is receiving some of his owner's food, this can set up a foundation for begging behavior. In following good training techniques, always have your Pom obey the "Sit" command before any meal, snack or treat is given.