Is peach safe for dogs?

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Peaches are a great source of vitamin A and fiber.

In small, cut-up pieces the flesh of a peach is safe for your dog.

But, like any food that's not a regular part of his diet, Peaches can cause some stomach upset, most commonly temporary diarrhea.

peach stones contain a sugar-cyanide compound called amygdalin.

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Peach pits are poisonous to your dog because they (as well as apricots, cherries, and plums) have something called cyanogenic glycosides (amygdalin) inside them, which is a form of cyanide.
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The foliage of the peach tree is poisonous as well, so if you have any peach (apricot, cherry, or plum) trees on your property, you should be sure your dog is not able to get to the downed fruit, stems, or leaves.

If your dog eats enough of them, amygdalin poisoning can be dangerous and even fatal.

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Most commercial fruit is treated with pesticides that can be toxic. Make sure you wash peaches before your dog (or you) eat them. The biggest danger is the peach pit, or stone, as it's called. Peach stones contain a sugar-cyanide compound called amygdalin.
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Peaches are a great source of vitamin A and fiber.

In small, cut-up pieces the flesh of a peach is safe for your dog.

But, like any food that's not a regular part of his diet, peaches can cause some stomach upset, most commonly temporary diarrhea.

peach stones contain a sugar-cyanide compound called amygdalin.

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Peach pits are poisonous to your dog because they (as well as apricots, cherries, and plums) have something called cyanogenic glycosides (amygdalin) inside them, which is a form of cyanide… If your dog eats enough of them, amygdalin poisoning can be dangerous and even fatal.
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Peaches are a great source of vitamin A and fiber. In small, cut-up pieces the flesh of a peach is safe for your dog. But, like any food that's not a regular part of his diet, peaches can cause some stomach upset, most commonly temporary diarrhea. Don't share canned or preserved peaches with your dog.
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Make sure you wash peaches before your dog (or you) eat them. The biggest danger is the peach pit, or stone, as it's called. Peach stones contain a sugar-cyanide compound called amygdalin… If your dog tries to eat it whole, it can get lodged in his throat.
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