No! Raisins are fatally toxic to dogs. Cinnamon bread generally contains raisins, which can kill your pet. Grapes and raisins cause kidney failure in dogs, and are considered highly poisonous. It’s not clear why raisins cause this reaction, but the connection to kidney problems is well-documented.
If your dog has eaten cinnamon bread with raisins, take them to your veterinarian or an animal hospital immediately.
If your dog eats cinnamon bread with raisins, they need emergency veterinary care. Do not wait for warning signs. They will likely experience these symptoms as their kidneys begin to shut down:
- Loss of appetite
- Lack of urination
Ultimately, raisins can kill your dog. If you suspect ingestion, seek immediate care.
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