Onions and chocolate are poison to dogs. I haven't heard anything about grapes, though they could be a choking hazard.
Both are bad for dogs.
I have a hub on why, but I can't seem to find them. I think grapes because there's something in them that can be toxic for dogs, or an irritant. I can't quite remember.
Here's a hub though that has a list of foods to avoid giving your dog
by Vicki 4 years ago
Why would a Hub that is my most successful suddenly get "this site has a bad reputation," tag on it?This hub has been up for a long time and has had more hits than any of my other hubs. I was reading the forum about peoples' hubs being copied, so I looked this one up just to see if...
by Mormon4ever 7 years ago
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by India Arnold 7 years ago
What makes onions taste so bad to some people?
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Why do poems even though well written have a low hub score?Poems are not really lengthy and most poems carry less than 1250 words. Why don't poems have a different rating than a regular article?
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