Today we started feeding raw. As of right now, we are just feeding one raw meal a day and 2 smaller kibble meals until the bag of food is gone. For his first meal he had chicken thigh, ground beef, and beef liver with around a spoonful of plain yogurt. He also had a fish oil capsule, a chewable multivitamin, and apple cider vinegar in his water. He handled the meal wonderfully. He downed the ground beef/liver/yogurt, but he wasn't quite sure what to do with the chicken thigh at first. He figured it out and didn't eat too fast. I watched him pretty closely since he has never had an edible bone, and I was very comfortable with the speed and size of bites he took. I'm very surprised he hasn't had diarrhea at all...he seems to be one of those who gets it if you look at him wrong, but everything looked nice and firm tonight when he went out. I guess we'll see if this keeps up though. I went to the store tonight and found some turkey necks and backs, whole tilapia, and ground turkey all for decent prices. When I got home I packaged up the meat into meals and have combos of chicken thigh/ground beef/liver for some meals, tilapia/ground turkey/liver for some, and chicken necks and backs/ground beef/liver for some. I just plop a spoonful of yogurt on top, and he eats it right with the meat. I was wondering if these combos look ok and when it is ok to offer him a different combination from my original one. Also, on days he gets tilapia, does he still need his fish oil capsule? Are 2 eggs/week a pretty decent amount? I also would like to give him some cottage cheese occasionally. How often would you recommend? I know I have asked a lot of questions in the past few days and weeks about feeding raw, but I really want this to work out for us and want to avoid any mistakes I might make if they can be caught by someone who knows more than I do. Thanks to all of you who comment and offer your knowledge. I appreciate it so much! Thanks again!