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Old December 9th, 2009, 11:02 AM
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All Aboard - 1hr to finish a 3/4lb bone-in chicken breast

I'm happy to say that we've taken the plunge!

Last night, I couldn't take it anymore, so I pulled two older pieces of boneless chicken breast from the freezer. They were gone fairly quickly, with some big gulps. However no vomit or diarrhea, yesterday or today

To keep it going today i over spent but we had a big snow dump in Ontario and didn't want to be running around this morning, so I picked up 3lbs of bone-in chicken breast for $5, 4 pieces, roughly 3/4lbs each.

Started the AM with an egg and shell, which he loves and finished in 2 mins.

Picked up the chicken(which I don't plan on doing again very often @ $1.99/lb) and away we went.

He looked, smelled and licked it for 20 mins. Then spent 40 mins chewing and ripping, never using a paw.

So impressed! that even towards the end, he chewed and chewed and broke up bone from a piece about 3-4inch in diameter, rather than just swallow it.

What a work out for both of us. I will keep an eye on him for times to come but I'm very thankful that I don't have a gulper.

Also very thankful for all of the advice I've received and look forward to chatting more.

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