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Old 07-05-2012, 11:28 AM
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Only frozen! And keep in mind this is a 22 lb corgi, so a chicken quarter is bigger than her head. LOL Thaw it and it's gone much quicker. And if we're talking about Macky well... she has to be handfed and someone once described the experience as "putting your hand near a running lawnmower."

Luckily for me, my busiest dog (Keeva) is also the slowest chewer. I caught a break on that one.
Well Webby's only 22lbs but he's gotta keep up with the Jones' lol. And I don't think he ever gets whole quarters...just a thigh at most. But I feed mine twice a day and he's got a different body type than a Corgi.

Love the running lawnmower analogy lolol
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Old 07-05-2012, 11:58 AM
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The first time I gave frozen turkey necks I was hoping to get some good gnaw time out of it... nope. 5-10 minutes, max, and they are not gulpers. :/
Turkey necks are the easiest to chew, least dense of any turkey bone. Unless you have a small dog, it won't take any of them any time to get through one.
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