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L.M.A.O. My dog will not die if he eats a grape. If he can eat all the f*cked up stuff that is put in dog food, he can handle a f*ckin grape. Grapes are a great source of phytonutrients, mainly phenols, and polyphenols, and contain other important vitamins such as vitamin K, A, C, and vitamin B6. They are also rich in thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and folate, and contain minerals like potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and sodium. Grapes have high water content that helps in keeping the body hydrated, and also contain dietary fiber, healthy carbs, antioxidants, and a moderate amount of protein. Flavonoids, like myricetin and quercetin, in grapes help the body to reduce the damage caused by free radicals and slow down aging. Due to their high nutrient content, grapes also play an important role in ensuring a healthy and active life. My Rottweiler is a champion, and I would never do anything to hurt him in any way. My dog eats mangoes, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, broccoli, brussels sprouts, papaya, cabbage, pineapple, watermelon, tomatoes, spinach, eggs, sprouts, grasses, almonds, asparagus, salmon, walnuts, kale, beans, lettuce, bananas, avocados, legumes, tofu, garlic, seaweed, carrots, peas, honey, beets, alfalfa, potatoes, pecans, yogurt, peaches, pomegranate, oats, onions, ginger, raw fish, sweet potatoes, hemp oil, cauliflower, organic grass fed raw beef (with fat cut out), grains, lentils, .....all prepared by myself. OMG, my dog eats vegetables and fruit and fish and lentils and nuts and seeds...."it can kill him you know" don't know what you are talking about. Study nutrition.... I'm sure chicken feet and pig anus and preservatives, and hormones, and antibiotics and the toxins in dog foods are soooooo much better for them. Open your mind prom wearing which backtrack to 1920