This way of feeding goes against all my formal training as a Veterinary Nurse, but after much contemplation i decided to go for 'the full raw' in 2009.
The dogs looked 'ok' on a combination of complete dry foods and raw meat, but occasional sloppy poo's and concerns over the quantity i had to feed verses the amount of faeces produced, along with the unknown additives in complete diets compelled me to make the switch. The dogs have a varied diet to make it complete but its complete over a ' several week period' very similar to our own and therefore i believe less likely to overwork certain organs in the dogs body as it digests and absorbs the nutrients from the food.
The dogs enjoy fresh 'pulped' vegetables and fruit daily, once a week a raw egg, natural yogurt and cottage cheese.
All the meat is all RAW and comprises of Chicken Wings, Chicken Carcases, and Chicken Necks. This forms the main part of the diet. We also give green tripe, oily fish, rabbit, venison, pheasant, best minced beef, lamb, chicken mince and small amounts of liver, kidney and heart. The dogs also have free access to raw meaty pork bones and meaty lamb bones.
We mince our own puppy food so ensuring from the first mouthful our babies get the very best and we know exactly what they are eating.