Food The Easter treat that's lethal for dogs

00:51  30 march  2018
00:51  30 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Most people know that dogs shouldn't have chocolate - but there' s another sweet treat that should be kept away from pets this Easter . products are on the market at the moment and people like to just toss their dog a bit of raisin toast or a hot cross bun at breakfast, but even one raisin could be lethal ."

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Most people know that dogs shouldn't have chocolate - but there's another sweet treat that should be kept away from pets this Easter.

Hot cross buns pose a serious danger to dogs because of one key ingredient: raisins.

Dr Emily Cook from Brisbane's Animal Referral Hospital told Yahoo7 that while some dogs don't seem to have a problem with the dried fruit, others can experience acute kidney problems.

"The raisins are the problem and we're not sure exactly why," she said.

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a brown and white dog looking at the camera © Provided by MediaWorks NZ Limited "Being Easter, more products are on the market at the moment and people like to just toss their dog a bit of raisin toast or a hot cross bun at breakfast, but even one raisin could be lethal."

Dr Cook said she has treated a number of dogs with raisin-related illnesses.

Recently a dog named Ellie was rushed to the hospital after eating a whole loaf of raisin bread. In a Facebook post, the hospital wrote that they induced vomiting and placed her on a drip for 24 hours.

While Ellie was fine, the hospital had a message for other dog owners.

"As tasty as they look it's best that your furry mate keeps clear of hot cross buns this Easter!"

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