QUAIL EGG YOLKS VS. CHICKEN EGG YOLKS
Quail eggs contain more fat and protein by weight, double the iron and riboflavin, and about one-third more vitamin B12 than chicken eggs. Given the nature of the size, quail eggs are much more suited as pet treats than chicken eggs. Pets with allergies will also benefit from quail eggs the most because chicken eggs can increase inflammation in the body. Chicken eggs also contain a higher amount of omega-6 fatty acids, depending on where you source them from, which can cause inflammation to increase.
ARE QUAIL EGGS SAFE FOR PETS?
The quail egg is considered a "safe" egg. Due to the quail having a higher body temperature and the egg containing the enzyme lysozyme this isn't an egg that can harbor salmonella. In fact humans regularly consume raw quail eggs for their notable health benefits.
WHERE ARE YOUR PRODUCTS SOURCED?
These treats are 100% sourced from local farms and manufactured. They contain no chemicals, fillers, hormones, antibiotics, byproducts, dyes, flavors, preservatives or artificial anything!