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    I read an article today that said raisins and grapes are toxic to dogs. I never knew that and thought I'd share the info.

    http://www.aspca.org/site/News2?page...ticle&id=16645
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    I've said for years that vegetables would kill you. Looks like it goes for dogs too. Everyone that I know that has died has eaten vegetables. Maybe that's how my ex got mad cow disease, too.
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    Thanks for the link!! My daughters love raisins so I'll be sure to tell them not to share with our newest little girl.



    Elly at 9 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trezurs*-R-*Fun View Post
    Thanks for the link!! My daughters love raisins so I'll be sure to tell them not to share with our newest little girl.


    Elly at 9 weeks
    She is absolutely adorable!!!!! Is she a Golden Retriever?
    I've always thought...babies and puppies are the cutest things in the world..

    I never heard that about grapes and raisins...good to know...
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    Another substance that can be dangerous is Dihydrogen Monoxide (I know we've discussed it in the forums before but we've had a lot of newcomers since then).

    Here's a link to an informative site.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxgloves View Post
    She is absolutely adorable!!!!! Is she a Golden Retriever?
    I've always thought...babies and puppies are the cutest things in the world..

    I never heard that about grapes and raisins...good to know...

    She is a Golden Retriever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    Another substance that can be dangerous is Dihydrogen Monoxide (I know we've discussed it in the forums before but we've had a lot of newcomers since then).

    You are so right there. And we know that Dihydrogen Monoxide increases the stength of vegatables even more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    Another substance that can be dangerous is Dihydrogen Monoxide (I know we've discussed it in the forums before but we've had a lot of newcomers since then).

    Here's a link to an informative site.


    If we bubble a little Hydrogen Nitride through the Dihydrogen Monoxide we'll end up with ammonium hydroxide A.K.A "WINDEX". That is also bad for dogs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You are so right there. And we know that Dihydrogen Monoxide increases the stength of vegatables even more.
    Very true! Sheesh! I'd forgotten about that!

    But I'm not a "dog person", so don't know what types of problems dog owners have with dihydrogen monoxide, but as a cat owner, I know it's EXTREMELY hard to keep them away from it if they find it somewhere.

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    Oh my gosh what a cute puppy!!! No raisins for her!
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