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Duck Eggs (Frozen) – 6 pk

(14 customer reviews)

A large egg that is a nutritious addition to your dog raw diet.  Offer along side a meal or all alone as a special treat.

Suggestion to serve this up no more than 1-3 times per week.

Daily Serving Suggestion:

10-50 lbs……. 1 egg

50-100 lbs ……2 eggs


Product Code: DEGG6

Duck Eggs (Frozen) – 6 pk (14 reviews )

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  1. @bigbartok

    Nous adorons les oeufs de canne pour nos deux grands chiens. Chaque repas est une fête dès que l’on ajoute un oeuf ! Une belle option pour les chiens sensibles ou allergiques au poulet.

  2. williamsbk21

    Denver loves these! I like that they come in a pack of six – I give about one a week in rotation with quail eggs.

  3. Kristi McLeod Smeets (verified owner)

    My boxers LOVE quail eggs so we thought we would give these a try .. what a success! Will definitely be ordering more next order. Love seeing BCR have items for dogs of ALL sizes.

  4. Shona

    Perfect for my big guy! I feed him one or two a week frozen.

  5. Angie Boothman (verified owner)

    Such a great new addition to my dogs meals. We have given them frozen, and cut one in half. You can just see how farm fresh these eggs are. Will definitely become a staple in my dogs diet.

  6. KrystenKT

    These are a great alternative to the Quail Eggs! Instead of giving several quail eggs, I rotate in one duck egg to spice things up every once in a while and Teddy loves it! These are great for Large Breed dogs.

  7. Debra.Steele (verified owner)

    haha … my male and female boxers love them too. They love them. They are so healthy for them being a great source of calcium and another protein source. Only a little shell is left behind but rarely.

  8. Caitlin Surman

    So happy when they announced these!! Perfect for two big dogs!

  9. Melissa Lamarche

    My 9 year old husky and 2 year old GSD love these! I like the size for my two large dogs! They have been a big hit in our house!

  10. 2452mmainville

    That perfect for tje big dog but is more expensive than the quail eggss. Its good yo do a rotation


  11. hui0414

    My golden loves these eggs, it’s always the 1st thing she eats in her bowel. She can’t have chicken eggs due to allergy, this is a great alternative!

  12. thecass (verified owner)

    So excited about these. We love the quail eggs already for our great dane, but always love offering more variety. Duck eggs are hard to source, so we are pumped BCR now carries these. We feed about 1-2 a week. Nice way to add protein and calcium.

  13. Homer

    Always saves best for last, as soon as these eggs come out and onto the counter he can’t take his eyes ofd

  14. tricolourtrails

    I love this option! It’s nice to have a variety of eggs to feed. I feed these after canicross training for some extra protein and calcium.

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Nutrient Facts

Frozen Duck Eggs – 6 count.

Nutrient AnalysisAnalyse des éléments nutritifs
Per 58 grams (1eggs)Par 58 grammes (1 oeuf)
ProteinProtéines7 g
FatMatières grasses7 g
FibreFibres0 g
Sodium/Sodium – 75 g

Vitamin D/Vitamine D – 3 mcg

Iron/Fer – 1 mg

Potassium/Potassium – 75 mg


Feeding Guide

Safe Handling Instructions:

Frozen Duck Eggs for pet consumption.  Can be kept frozen for up to 12 months.  Once thawed eggs can be stored in your refrigerator for up to 60 days.

Serving Instructions:

Freezing eggs will cause the outer shell to crack, but often the membrane will not break.   We suggest thawing eggs in refrigerator in a glass dish, as leaking is possible.  Once thawed, add raw egg(s) to your pet’s meal as a daily addition or special treat.

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