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Please be advised that our raw food supplier, The Complete K9, lost their production facility to a fire on May 5. As a result, our raw food supply is currently limited and all available stock is shown on the website. We are working hard to secure an alternate supply and our goal is to return to full stock within 1 to 3 weeks.

Fresh Duck Eggs


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Farm-fresh duck eggs sold by the dozen! (12 eggs) 

Sourced fresh from a Central Alberta hobby duck farm. These eggs are lightly washed and ready for your pets to enjoy.

Duck Eggs vs Chicken Eggs

  • Duck eggs have twice the nutritional value of chicken eggs and stay fresher longer due to their thicker shell.
  • Duck eggs are richer and contain more albumen (a protein found in egg whites).
  • Duck eggs have more omega-3 fatty acids which improve everything from your dog’s brain health to their coat and skin health.
  • Duck eggs are an alkaline producing food. This aids your dog’s body in fighting abnormal cell (cancer cell) formation because these cells cannot thrive in an alkaline environment. Chicken eggs, on the other hand, leave the body more acidic.
  • An additional benefit of duck eggs is that many dogs that are allergic to chicken eggs are able to eat duck eggs without allergic reactions.

Duck Eggs vs Chicken Eggs: Nutrition

  • Raw duck eggs have six times the amount of vitamin D.
  • Raw duck eggs have twice as much vitamin A.
  • Duck eggs have more vitamin K2.
  • Both duck eggs and chicken eggs have the same carbohydrate content.
  • Duck eggs are higher in protein.
  • Both eggs contain similar amounts of selenium, manganese, zinc, copper, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, calcium and iron, but duck eggs contain slightly higher amounts of these minerals.
  • Both contain similar amounts of thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, folate, vitamin B6, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin B12 and retinol, but just like minerals, duck eggs contain slightly higher amounts of each.
  • And once again, both eggs contain similar amounts of amino acids, but duck eggs contain more of each. These include threonine, isoleucine, tryptophan, leucine, methionine, lysine, cysteine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, valine, serine, glycine, proline, aspartic acid, histidine, alanine, and arginine.