Woody Taylor said:
Connie and others...what kinds of simple foods are okay to blend in to a kibble diet? I feed innova raw and solid gold seameal...with a bit of water...I sometimes put in a few pieces of crumbled feta, string cheese, dehydrated lamb lung, etc. Nothing big and always for flavor. Other suggestions?
Oil and vitamin E, produce, and anything else that's good for dogs except raw animal products that would be forced into the much longer contact with the digestive system that kibble requires and that a raw diet (without kibble) doesn't.
I personally think that fresh foods added to a commercial diet are great. More micronutrients, better chewiness, good for the gut. Yogurt with active cultures (if the dog tolerates it, and I think most do; it's the unfermented milk that causes problems, IME) is good. And I think that in small amounts (so you don't have to start figuring out how to supplement with calcium for the missing bone), cooked meats add variety. Variety is good, IMO.
I've heard a few times about the dehydrated lamb lung, but haven't seen it yet. Do you guys get it online?