Grapes and Raisins kill dogs

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Grapes and Raisins kill dogs

Postby entlemax » Thu Jan 02, 2003 2:39 pm

Hello
Would you please be so kind and pass this information on to all your dog friends.

I am a breeder of Entlebuchers (the smallest of the Swiss Mountain dogs) in Millarville Alberta,Canada. http://www.entlemax.com
Due to a loss of an Entlebucher by the toxicity from Raisins with one of our Entlebucher owners in the USA, as well as a close call with one of our four month old puppy, I would like to inform as many dog owners as possible with the help of all media, dog breeders,AKC and DVM's about the Toxic in Grapes and Raisins.
Many of us have used grapes and raisins as treats for our dogs. This is now known to be dangerous.
Please inform as many dog owners as you can to help us from hurting our best friends unnecessarily. Unfortunately, it is not well known even to Veterinarians.
Attached you will find some information about it.

Thank you so much and have a very Happy New Year

Kurt and Marg. Sauter

http://www.aspca.org/site/DocServer/gra ... ?docID=189
http://www.scottymed.com/grapes.htm
http://dogtraining.co.uk/toxic.html
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Thanks for the information

Postby Cal » Thu Jan 02, 2003 4:42 pm

Entelmax,
Thanks for the information. I looked at the websites with the information and they look kosher.

Tonight, I'm digging up a couple gravevines that I planted last year. It's not worth the health hazard to the dogs.
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Grape products?????

Postby orhunter » Fri Jan 03, 2003 11:07 pm

Can my dog continue to have a glass of fine vino with dinner, or is that taboo also????? Where did you hear this, through the grape vine, I hope???????

Sorry folks. Couldn't pass up the humor.......

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