Grapes, as well as raisins, are known to be toxic to dogs. While the exact toxic substance is not yet identified, consumption can lead to severe health issues.
In many cases, ingestion of grapes can lead to kidney failure in dogs. Even a small amount can have serious consequences.
Dogs' sensitivity to grapes varies, and it's challenging to predict which dogs will be affected. This makes it unsafe to offer grapes to any dog.
Symptoms of grape toxicity include vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, loss of appetite, and abdominal pain, among others.
The toxic effects of grapes might not appear immediately, making it difficult to link the symptoms to the ingestion of grapes.
There is no established "safe" quantity of grapes for dogs. Any consumption is considered risky.
To ensure the safety of your dog, it's best to completely avoid giving grapes or raisins in any form, including in foods, as treats, or even in baked goods. If you suspect your dog has ingested grapes, seek immediate veterinary care