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Unless you have very small dogs (10 lbs) and one could have gotten a handful of raisins, don't worry about it. Raisin or two won't hurt a big dog.

Star aka Starz Ovation (Ronco x Oneco Maggie*, litter #48538), Coco aka Low Key (Kiowa Mon Manny x Party Hardy, litter # 59881), and mom in Illinois
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There usually aren't THAT many raisons in one slice of raison bread. I seriously doubt your dogs got many raisons.

 

Good Luck!

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They should be fine. I used to feed a few raisins to Sahara as treats before I knew they were harmful. Her kidney values, etc. are perfect. :)

Rebecca
with Atlas the borzoi, Luna the pyr, and Madison the cat, always missing Sahara(Flyin Tara Lyn) and Coltrane(Blue on By) the greyhounds

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The Merck Veterinary Manual says the quantity associated with developing signs ranges from 11-30 grams/kg. For a 30 kg (66 pound) dog, that would be 330-900 grams, or 11.64 ounces. Even if greyhounds were 1/4 that, it'd take almost 3 ounces of raisins to cause problems.

 

We used to feed our fox terrier grapes now and again when I was a kid. He wouldn't eat them unless they were split open, which was a bit odd considering how he'd eat anything else put in front of him, edible or not.

Coco (Maze Cocodrillo)

Minerva (Kid's Snipper)

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Thanks, everyone-

Gave the three pups each a carafate and lunch, so here's hoping there is very little diarrhea :sick

I guess this topic always bears repeating, especially for the newer greyhound/dog owners out there-

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