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accidently ate the dry grapes bread







josephine_kon
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Feb 16, 2008, 5:26 PM

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hi, my golden retriever is a hyperactive dog, she very curious the foods on my dining table....she ate 3 pcs bread which contain a bit dry grapes inside & spoiled the plastic bag while i walk to the kitchen. now i quite worry about her! give me some advise. thx. Frown


supermutts
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Feb 16, 2008, 10:08 PM

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should be ok la, dun worry too much except if ur dog ate a few kgs of grapes+ seed....Laugh



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Amber.Faith
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Feb 16, 2008, 11:01 PM

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Do not panic as she only ate a few raisins. The dog can only die if it eats very large amounts...


mickey123
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Feb 17, 2008, 8:21 PM

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well, about the plastic.. don't worry.. you'll find the plastic in it's poo.. hahahah..

cause I did find little bit of plastic bag in my furkid's poo last time..Pirate


Jac&Ning
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Feb 20, 2008, 10:54 PM

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dog cannot eat raisins?


zephyros
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Feb 21, 2008, 1:08 AM

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Chocolate staggering, laboured breathing, vomiting, diarhea, abdominal pain, tremours, fever, heart rate increase, arrythmia, seizures, coma, death Coffee / Cocoa staggering, laboured breathing, vomiting, diarhea, abdominal pain, tremours, fever, heart rate increase, arrythmia, seizures, coma, death Onions Hemolytic Anemia, laboured breathing, liver damage, vomiting, diarhea, discoloured urine Mushrooms abdominal pain, drooling, liver damage, kidney damage, vomiting diarhea, convulsions, coma, death Grapes / Raisins vomiting, diarhea, abdominal pain, lethargy


josephine_kon
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Feb 29, 2008, 6:51 AM

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Wink thx for u all advises! she is ok now.... made me worry whole day! Laugh


mum2jude
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Mar 5, 2008, 12:00 AM

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Wow, I never knew that dogs cudnt eat so many things!! I knew abt chocolate but not the rest...

I've even fed my dogs grapes, raisins. mushrooms, onions but luckily they were ok. What about figs? My dogs like dried fruit, fresh fruit, vegetables, ...
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zephyros
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Mar 5, 2008, 12:14 AM

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everyone has their own opinion, some are based on medical finds, some are based on assumptions. Fact wise, based on what is found in the food itself.

but regular stuff as long as not over-doing it'll be fine, but feeding an assortment of food MIGHT (note the word might) cause loose stool, food craving other than kibbles, encourages eating of non-regular diet food, and most dangerous of all, food from strangers. i know of dogs that loves chocolates and is currently 8 years old...still alive and kicking. immunity maybe? i really can't give u a guranteed answer as i'm not a vet. Note, the chocolates this dog ate were usually stolen from the owner without their consent.

for my personal, and only an opinion for your information, I don't usually take risks. anything to me are taken as precautions till proven otherwise. if u wanna give u dogs any food, u can try the more, conventional ones. i usually just boil some pork or chicken pieces for them, then keep it in a container in the fridge. it's a good alternative to those from pet shops, no preservatives haha and since i cooked it myself i know what went into the meat, nothing.

Hardboiled eggs are kewl too. especially my lil pup with a small mouth. fun to watch him try to put the whole thing into his mouth to take a tiny bite. fruits wise, i usually give without seeds. like i bite a small piece of a guava etc and give it to them. whether the seed is poisonous or not, i don't really know but reason i dont' give seed is so prevent choking. Dried fruits usually have some preservatives and sometimes salt or sugar. so health wise, don't give too much of those. . vegetables...hmm they are carnivours but an occasional bite of vege here and there is ok. My maltese loves lettuce, pappy loves baby carrots. think cause of the crunchiness(new english word? lol).

just my opinion. not based on facts or anything, but just my 2cents :D


mum2jude
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Mar 5, 2008, 12:24 AM

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Yup, two of my girls love fruits and most veg. The dried fruits I give them are/were raisins and figs. These, I think, dun have added sugar or salt. They love tomatoes, carrots raw but eat any veg that has been cooked. Fruits, everything also sapu... from durian to kum. Tongue

Surprisingly, they are all not fussy with their food and are quite happy to eat the same brand of kibble everyday. I think I've trained them well to just eat what I feed them. If they want to be fussy, go hungry till hungry enough to eat what I feed them. But so far, I've not had a fussy dog... Frown
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zephyros
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Mar 5, 2008, 12:36 AM

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don't jinx yourself HAHHA but yea as long as you are sure of what you are doing then ok. all information here are all shared among dog lovers and it's up to each owner to do what they feel is best. It's great that most forumers here take all advices as constructive feedback. but unfortunately there are some that takes it as a personal attack Unsure

 
 




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