Can one grape hurt a dog?

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While grapes don't cause humans any harm, they can cause acute kidney failure in dogs, and even possibly in cats.

And heated and fermented grape products, like those used in baked cookies and cakes with raisins, can also be toxic to pets.

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Anything derived from grapes — wine, raisins, juice — is a bad idea to give to your pooch.

While your dog probably won't have experience any ill effects from one sip, it's better not to risk giving them any at all.

Grape juice can lead to kidney failure in dogs, the symptoms of which can include vomiting and seizures.

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Grape poisoning affects different dogs differently. One grape can be deadly for some dogs, and other dogs can eat a dozen with no ill effects. The size, breed, age, or health of the dog are not factors in which dogs are affected or the seriousness of the symptoms.
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Can a single grape kill a dog? Grapes may be small, but the tiny fruit is so toxic for dogs that eating just one or two grapes could put your pet in serious danger… Canines shouldn't be noshing on raisins or grapes regardless, but ingesting a single grape won't harm a Great Dane like it will a tiny Chihuahua.
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While grapes don't cause humans any harm, they can cause acute kidney failure in dogs, and even possibly in cats.

And heated and fermented grape products, like those used in baked cookies and cakes with raisins, can also be toxic to pets.

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While grapes don't cause humans any harm, they can cause acute kidney failure in dogs, and even possibly in cats.

Despite recent research, the exact agent in grapes that causes the toxicity is still unknown.

One of the most frustrating things for owners is just how small an amount of grape ingestion can be toxic.

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No, dogs cannot eat peeled or seedless grapes or raisins—which are dried grapes—and they are not safe in any amount. The exact cause of toxicity in dogs after they ingest a grape is not known, nor is the amount. Some dogs may suffer more severe reactions than others.
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While grapes don't cause humans any harm, they can cause acute kidney failure in dogs, and even possibly in cats.

And heated and fermented grape products, like those used in baked cookies and cakes with raisins, can also be toxic to pets.

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