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I am sorry to hear that you are worried about Rocco getting some grapes.
You are correct that grapes and raisins are toxic, Both can result in kidney failure.
Some dogs are more easily effected then others, however Rocco did not get what would normally be considered a toxic amount.
Kidney problems are believed to occur at amounts of 32grams per kg of body weight with each grape weighing around 2 grams. In Rocco's case the 10 grapes he received would be below this toxicity level and should not result in any problems.
While under the toxic level as mentioned above some dogs seem more sensitive them others so I would watch for problems such as loss of appetite, vomiting,increased drinking and or urination which can all be signs of kidney failure.Click here for more on grape toxicity
I suspect Rocco will be just fine but I would avoid giving these in the future.
Here is a list of other humans foods that may be toxic to pets LINK
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