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The boys between them ate 6 raisin bagels today, our vet got them to throw up 2-3 bagels and now they're up a the e-vet hospital for 48 hours of fluid and monitoring. So far, about 6 hours out, no symptoms and good bloodwork, the vet says that's a very good sign. Can anyone give me any hope about their overall prognosis? The internet seems to suggest a 5% death rate, but the emergency hospital says they generally see all the dogs who come in for the full protocol emerge okay? I just can't lose Henry or Petey.

Beth and Petey (8 September 2018- ). Godspeed Patrick (28 April 1999 - 5 August 2012), Murphy (23 June 2004 - 27 July 2013), Leo (1 May 2009 - 27 January 2020), and Henry (10 August 2010 - 7 August 2020), you were loved more than you can know.

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If 2 or 3 already came up, that doesn't leave a whole lot in either of them if the amount is somewhat split between them.  The raisin bagels I buy typically are more cinnamon and bread with just a handful of raisins scattered throughout, so I can't imagine there is enough left in them to be all that worrisome.  I'd be more worried if they straight out ate a box of raisins, as opposed to some that were in a bagel.  Hope they both do well and are back home soon. 

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Well there is this also....as wrong as it is I know there have been stupid people feed their dogs quite a few- like those little raisin boxes- and it has never caused their dogs any problem at all.  With the quick treatment your boys have had I am rooing that your boys will be fine. Be sure and keep us updated.

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Good report from the vet this morning. No symptoms at all, the vet this morning said it was good to bring them in to be safe, but he hasn't seen any problems with dogs with cooked raisins. Petey, my new 2 year old, was so intrigued by everything going on in the ICU they had to give him Trazadone to get him to finally go to bed :) Henry, my introvert, is going to come home exhausted. Still, no more raisin bagels in this house.

Beth and Petey (8 September 2018- ). Godspeed Patrick (28 April 1999 - 5 August 2012), Murphy (23 June 2004 - 27 July 2013), Leo (1 May 2009 - 27 January 2020), and Henry (10 August 2010 - 7 August 2020), you were loved more than you can know.

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Another blood test, another set of good results. Fingers crossed for a good outcome. Thank you for the encouragement.

Beth and Petey (8 September 2018- ). Godspeed Patrick (28 April 1999 - 5 August 2012), Murphy (23 June 2004 - 27 July 2013), Leo (1 May 2009 - 27 January 2020), and Henry (10 August 2010 - 7 August 2020), you were loved more than you can know.

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