Can Dogs Eat Grapes?

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If there is one thing a dog owner should know, it's this: dogs can never be allowed to eat grapes or their dried variants, raisins.

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Feeding Dogs Grapes

Doing so can result in dire, even lethal, consequences for the health of your dog and possibly leave you with a fat veterinarian bill on top of that.

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All grapes and raisins are bad news for dogs. There are no exceptions.

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Are there certain types of grapes that dogs can eat?

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Amazingly, in this era of heightened medical understanding and technology, scientists still can't pinpoint exactly why grapes and raisins are toxic for dogs.

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No. If the ingredient list contains even 1 grape or 1 drop of grape juice, do not give it to dogs.

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Can dogs eat foods that contain small amounts of grapes?

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– Loss of appetite – Lethargy, being unusually still for long periods of time – Vomiting or diarrhea – Abdominal pain and tenderness – Severe and sudden dehydration – Unquenchable thirst – Urination problems (either continued or cessation of urination)

Symptoms of toxic ingestion

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