Do animals eat grapes?
It depends on what species you are talking about
Muscadine grapes are consumed by many different wild animals, such as raccoon, crows, deer, squirrels, coyote, and opossums. In a natural setting, muscadine grapes can improve wildlife habitat by provided cover and delicious fruit for the wild animals. A small vineyard can be stripped of their grapes quickly if it is located near a woody area.
Dogs and many other canines eat grapes when they are in season. The grape scare stems from raisin toxicity by a few small (glutinous) pets who have eaten pounds of raisins while their owners we not keeping watch on them. Overeating anything can cause toxicity/digestive problems. Wild animals eat grapes and wolves/coyotes in turn eat those Bunnies, gophers and even skunks (with the grapes in their stomachs) Coyotes can be seen eating wild grapes off…