We're still in our first week. He love it and took to it immediately without problems, except that he couldn't crack the bones the first three times. He finally did it the other night, and ate a full chicken wing (split) yesterday morning, minus about 2/3 of the bone. When should I take the bones away from him? I don't leave it down for any more than an hour. He gets to his chicken and anything with bones last. This morning I had to catch his attention because he had the remnants of two bones in his mouth at the joint and was throwing it back. I was worried he'd choke on something that big. Do I just keep a steady eye and wait for him to completely leave it alone as long as it hasn't been too long, or do I take it away if I see him doing that? Right now, we have no good knives. I have no way of braking down the bones, so I just monitor him ridiculously. But I will end up getting some. Also, how do I go about clean-up? He drags those bones all over the place. He won't stay in one spot. For one thing, he slings it up, over him, around and behind his head (no, really, he does..) and usually ends up smacking himself in the face, chest, or ego in general. It's not just the floor I'm concerned about having to clean, it's him. He drags it around, then not only is it hitting him all over the face and chest and legs and such, but he is laying down to eat it, in the path through which he dragged it. Do I need to worry about that at all? Could I buy a larger, maybe dog crate, to contain him so he can play with it, but not drag it everywhere? So it would be easier to clean. Thanks for any help. These are the only two things that I can't find much help on short of asking other people who feed raw.