Bing cherries grow in the Pacific Northwest in places such as Oregon, Washington, California and British Columbia, Canada.
This type of cherry for the most part is exclusively available at fresh farmers markets right after they have been picked. Some times they can however be also found at grocery stores.
They are big, dark red, sweet and firm cherries.
So can guinea pigs eat bing cherries at all?
Yes, but this fruit isn’t recommended.
These cherries are very sweet and therefore a guinea pig can only handle one or two at most and not often.
Also make sure if you do decide to give this fruit to your guinea pig to remove the pit and cut into small pieces so they do not choke on them.