hi i usually give my dog a little bit of my food together with her own..but today i have made gullasch and have add a little bit of whitewine in the sauce, so would it be safe to give it to my dog today..the reason why i am in doubt is because i have read that grapes are toxic to dogs
Type of Animal: cavailier king charles spaniel
Age: 1 year
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In regards XX XXXX concern, it is unclear / unknown if the grape kidney toxin is destroyed when making wine.
Typically - with the amount in the sauce / wine - the ethanol toxicity would be more of a concern before the wine (grape) itself, but since there is an unknown, the recommendation in these cases is to avoid this type of ingestion regardless.
ok what about tomato sauce without wine...is that safe
Tomato sauce is fine, with the concern being stomach upset, rather than toxicity.
ok thank you
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