My dog ate a grape but nothing has happend. should I be worried?
I'd continue to watch for signs of him getting sick (lack of energy, loss of appetite, sudden changes in behavior/temperament, etc).
Even if nothing happens, I wouldn't let him eat any more grapes. Teach a strong leave it/drop it and watch him as much as possible.
are grapes bad for dogs? I have never heard of that before
Unless the grape is chocolate, I did not know grapes were bad for dogs--are they?
yes, they are they dont digest the peel so it gets clogged up in their stomachs.....especially my small dog.....there can be a very messy accident from that but my dog did eat one that i could'nt take from her but i just want to make sure that i shouldnt be worried.
Heaven's no! I have seen dog's eat a lot worse than grapes and not get sick.
You should see some of the odd things my dog and cat have eaten. Pet's are weird that way. They are sort of like babies,where babies put anything they find, in their mouths.
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