Hmmm. With all these recalls going on, I was debating about starting Zeus on a raw diet. But after doing some reading, I don't know what to think. My biggest issue is this: the raw sites I've seen smack of a fad. Many of these sites are a bit too propagandaish for my taste. Talking about the "toxins" and horrible things in kibble....if these sites are to be believed, then every dog on the planet that eats kibble should be dropping dead in their tracks. I'm the type of person who takes nothing at face value; show me the facts. But the raw sites I've seen show little to no evidence of anything. Their content strikes me as very emotional "return to nature" appeals with no real substance. And there are some very big inconsistancies. One says that dogs will be fine on a diet of chicken. Another says that a large variety in the meat sources is extremely important. Heck, there isn't even agreement over whether dogs need veggies or not. And I don't know if I feel comfortable putting my dog on a diet where people can't even agree on the fundamentals. But on the contrary, I've seen several sites that show some X-rays of dogs that have been fed raw. You can see all the bone fragments lodged in their stomachs. It was horrible. They say that dogs fed raw are very healthy and have beautiful coats. But frankly, I can't say that I can tell the difference between a raw-fed dog and one on a good-quality kibble. Many show breeders feed kibble, and their dogs certainly don't seem to suffer for it. I don't know. Maybe I'm too much of a skeptic. But I just don't know about this raw thing. Am I the only one who feels this way?