You need to be cautious when feeding your dog cherries because the stem, pit, and leaves contain cyanide, which is toxic to dogs if ingested in huge enough quantities.
While one cherry stem and pit isn't sufficient enough to produce cyanide poisoning, it's a risk that you probably shouldn’t take.
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