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Grapes: Healthy for You, but Not for Pets – Here’s Why

Enjoyed by humans for thousands of years, this fruit is a staple in many cultures. However, don't let it near your pet, as even a small amount may cause health problems immediately.

why shouldn't you feed grapes to your pets


  • Newly published research suggests that tartaric acid found in grapes may be the most likely culprit of grape toxicity in animals
  • Symptoms of grape toxicity in pets include vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, anorexia and kidney failure
  • If your pet accidentally eats grapes, don’t wait for symptoms to appear. Try to induce vomiting and/or take them to a veterinarian right away

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