Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts

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Do you know that some of the foods you enjoyed eating and thought about sharing to your dog may be harmful to them? One of these foods is grapes. Aside from chocolates, coffee and onion, grapes can also be potentially deadly to your beloved pet. You should not attempt giving this as a treat because in the first place, dogs should never eat grapes. Instead of grapes, you can give the other nutritious treats such as sliced apples. Check out this site now http://petfoodia.com/

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts:

Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com

Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts:

Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 2 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com Do you know that some of the foods you enjoyed eating and that you share to your dog may be harmful to them? One of these foods is grapes. Aside from chocolates, coffee and onion, grapes can also be potentially deadly to your beloved pet. Even raisins are bad for them. What makes raisins toxic to dog? Raisins are basically made out of dried grapes

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 3 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com and with the lack of moisture the toxic potency of dehydrated raisins is concentrated. In fact, raisins are known to be more hazardous than grapes. A dog that has eaten excessive amounts of raisins may suffer from kidney failure which is life-threatening in most cases through the exact levels of fatality may vary on dogs.

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 4 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com Due to the uncertainty of the level of raisin toxicity to dogs, it is very important to remember not to let your dog eat even just a small amount of it. It has been found that the minimum verified poisonous dosage of raisin ranges from 0.32 to 0.65 ounce. If ever it is too late before you find out your dog has eaten some of your grapes or raisins, be watchful for any signs of raisin toxicity.

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 5 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com If he has consumed even just a small amount of it, waste no time and call your vet for help. The symptoms of grapes or raisin toxicity include dehydration, bad breath, exhaustion, frequent urination, diarrhea, loss of appetite, throwing up, stomach pain and increased thirst. The signs of raisin poisoning may also be the same as to indications of other illnesses so do not make an assumption on what is ailing your dog.

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 6 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com The outcome of raisin consumption on your dog may vary depending on a number of things. Some dogs may survive and recover after eating raisins if they are given prompt supportive therapy and the basement membrane of his kidney continues to function properly. This is true especially if a dog has only consumed a minimal amount of raisins relative to his size.

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 7 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com A very dangerous sign to watch out for is difficulty with urination. When dogs lose their ability to pass urine because of a condition called anuria, the chances of the dog surviving may be little. In most cases, these dogs may not survive. Due to the importance of immediate supportive assistance, from diuretic therapy to procedures of decontamination,

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 8 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com it is very important that you seek emergency veterinary care for dogs that have eaten grapes or raisins whether just a piece or a bowlful of them. Immediate medical attention for malfunctioning kidney destruction may save the life of your dog most especially if it has been conducted not more than two hours after the ingestion.

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Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts 9 Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com You should not attempt giving this as a treat because in the first place, dogs should never eat grapes . Instead of grapes, you can give the other nutritious treats such as sliced apples.

Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts:

Can Dogs Eat Grapes - Know the Secret Facts Brought to you by : www.petfoodia.com

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