Can a dog eat grapes? Can a dog drink grape juice? Is grape juice good for dogs
No! Grapes are very toxic to dogs and so grape juice is also toxic.
And we mean dangerously toxic. Grapes and grape juice can give your dog kidney failure.
This means that you should also avoid allowing your dog to eat or drink anything derived from grapes.
This includes feeding them raisins and (although you likely weren’t planning on allowing them to anyway) letting them drink wine.
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What Side Effects Do Grapes Have On Dogs
Grapes and grape juice can also cause diarrhea like other fruit juices, so it might be tricky to tell exactly what your dog has consumed. Other symptoms include:
- Loss of appetite
- Abdominal pain
- Severe dehydration
So Can A Dog Drink Grape Juice Or Eat Grapes?
Dogs must avoid grape juice and grapes as they are toxic for them much like spicy food can also be toxic to dogs.
There are other human drinks that are better for dogs like coconut juice, small doses of certain types of tea in moderation, and fresh fruit like watermelon but you should avoid fizzy drinks.
So, Is Grape Juice Good For Dogs?
No, grape juice is not good for dogs and is actually very toxic as are fresh grapes, raisins and wine and under no circumstances should you feed your dog any of these grape related foods.