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Is grapes bad for dogs?

Topics: AnimalsDogsFruit, Mammals, Food & Drink, Health


Jamie Metellus

Yes, raisins and grapes are toxic to dogs. As little as seven of them call be deadly to a large dog.

Serena Reitz

There are no effects to dogs ingesting small amounts of grapes, but ingesting large amounts have been linked to kidney failure.

Abbot Harrison

Yes, grapes and raisins are bad for dogs and can cause kidney failures. Have a great day and

Finn Sykes

Yes, grapes and raisins can be fetal to dogs. It can result in kidney failure. It's advised to avoid giving your dogs these foods.

Velma Pennington

Grapes grown without fertilizers or pesticides can be toxic to dogs. It's best not to risk it!

Jamie Metellus

Grapes and raisins can be toxic to dogs when ingested in large quantities, so it is best to avoid them.

Absolutely, yes. Grapes and raisins contain toxins that can lead to kidney failure for your dog. Do not feed grapes to your dog!

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