Yogurt. Although yogurt can be a healthy addition to daily nutrition for many people, those who suffer from kidney disease or have the potential to develop kidney disease often have to pay special attention to how much yogurt they eat. Yogurt is not only high in phosphorous, it is also high in protein. Porphyrins are excreted primarily through bile and the intestinal tract, but in dogs a significant amount of porphyrin is excreted through tears, saliva and also urine. When porphyrin containing tears or saliva sits on white fur for any length of time, stains result. Honey is a natural source of carbohydrates which increases energy. What type of honey to use: You can use either Manuka or a local honey when it comes to boosting energy. Directions: Large dogs 1 tablespoon a day, medium dogs 2 teaspoons a day, small dogs 1 teaspoon a day. Well you should know that dogs can eat yogurt since it contains a significant amount of calcium as well as protein. You can actually add yogurt on your dog’s meal every day to make sure that your dog can have a sustainable supply of calcium as well as protein.