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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grape_and_raisin_toxicity_in_dogs

The consumption of grapes and raisins presents a potential health threat to dogs. Their toxicity to dogs can cause the animal to develop acute kidney injury with anuria The phenomenon was first identified by the Animal Poison Control Center (APCC), run by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ...

www.petmd.com/dog/emergency/digestive/e_dg_grape_raisin_toxicity

Can Dogs Eat Grapes? Grape and raisin (dried grapes) toxicity is well documented in dogs.* Although the exact substance that causes the toxic reaction is not yet known, dogs should not eat grapes and raisins because even small amounts can prove to be fatally toxic for a dog. Dogs of any age, breed, or gender may be ...

vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/grape-raisin-and-currant-poisoning-in-dogs

Unfortunately, the symptoms of grape or raisin poisoning are non-specific and are similar to kidney failure from many other causes. Your veterinarian will base a presumptive diagnosis of this poisoning on a history of eating grapes, raisins, currants, or the presence of pieces of grapes or raisins in the dog's vomit.

www.superfoodly.com/can-dogs-eat-grapes

Sep 14, 2017 ... How many grapes can a dog eat before getting sick or being killed? Research suggests these toxicity amounts for the top 10 breeds.

www.dogster.com/lifestyle/can-dogs-eat-fruit-and-grapes-raisins-dog-health

Jun 2, 2017 ... If you see your dog eat some grapes, the best course of action is to proceed directly to a veterinarian, who will induce vomiting. Not all dogs react in this way to grapes or raisins, but is it really worth taking the chance? Since the cause of dogs' reaction to grapes is unknown, it is best to keep grapes, raisins, ...

www.akc.org/content/health/articles/can-dogs-eat-grapes1

Jul 24, 2015 ... If your dog has been affected, diagnosis and treatment are absolutely critical. Make sure to read this: "Grape and Raisin Poisoning in Dogs." Now that you've had your lesson for the day, let us reward you with a video of Cricket the Ibizan Hound eating a slice of watermelon—a fruit that gets our thumbs up.

www.rover.com/blog/why-dogs-should-never-eat-grapes-in

Oct 24, 2016 ... Can Dogs Eat Grapes? In short, no. Or at least they shouldn't. Just one or two grapes—which may seem harmless enough—can lead to serious illness or even death in some dogs. The main consequence is sudden, acute kidney failure. Studies haven't confirmed the exact reason for this, though pesticides, ...

www.snopes.com/critters/crusader/raisins.asp

At the point I felt the dog was in acute renal failure and sent him on to MedVet for a urinary catheter to monitor urine output overnight as well as overnight care. ... However, others maintained that there is nothing dangerous about dogs eating grapes or raisins, that no causal connection was definitively established between  ...

www.vetstreet.com/care/human-foods-that-are-dangerous-for-dogs-and-cats

Mar 6, 2014 ... Grapes and raisins can cause acute (sudden) kidney failure in cats and dogs. It is unknown what the toxic agent is in these fruits. However, clinical signs can occur within 24 hours of eating and include vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy (tiredness). Other signs of illness relate to the eventual shutdown of ...