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Grapes and Rasins.

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  1. ricky101

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    While its seems its well known that Chocolate is bad for Dogs, was surprised to hear a chap saying his dog had to be rushed to the vets because it ate a single Raisin.

    Had never heard of it myself and neither had my neighbours who both have dogs.

    Seems some dogs and cats can be affected by just one yet others can eat a handful without any problem.

    Will have to be more careful eating my sultana scones !

    Grape and raisin toxicity in dogs - Wikipedia
     
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      My cat Hoover Van Dyson (my Avatar) loves chocolate covered raisins ... but he is only allowed 3. I have to bite them in half for him (Aldi ones are very large) and hold them under his mouth with my hand cupped as the poor babe has a hair lip/cleft palate. :cat-kittyandsmiley: He also likes a nibble of my fruit and fibre breakfast biscuits. :whistle:
       
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