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The amount of cyanide in cherry pits is very, very small. Even in a small dog it would take a lot of pits to cause any issue. Plus the cyanide is on the inside, so the pits have to have a crack or something to even release the toxin.
If your dog is otherwise acting normal, I don't expect him to have any problems. After 4 days, it is likely he's passed the pits, or soon will.
So you don't feel that I need to worry -- at this point? Or do anything special other continue to watch him?
I wouldn't worry at all. If you want to check his poop, you are welcome to it! :) But 10 cherry pits in a 65 pound dog just shouldn't be an issue.
OK -- great!
Have a good weekend now!
Thank you so much. Really appreciate it!