I never thought of feeding raw before, but it was suggested in another thread and the more I think about it, the more it seems to be a good solution. My mother doesn't have to pay much, which is her grouse, and I get my dogs off lousy kibble, which is my grouse.
So I've been doing some research, and my question is - are is organ meat really necessary? I've seen some diets that go on 70% RMB, 30% veggies, discounting organ meat and muscle meat totally. Then I've seen some that go on RMB, organ meat and muscle meat only.
I'm rather confused about all this!
The reason I ask is that, well, I don't really fancy the idea of handling organs. Raw meat I can handle fine, but, er. If it really does my girls a lot of good, I'll go ahead and do it, but I've read some places that it's not necessary, and others that it's too rich and should only be fed in small amounts.
Any ideas, or tips on a girl just venturing into raw?
I'm planning 70% RMB, 20% muscle meat and 10% veggies for Spunky, and 60% RMB, 20% muscle meat and 20% veggies for Honey. Any thoughts?