When feeding raw, bone is a critical component. Finding the right balance of bone is easy – just watch the dog’s stool. Too little bone, the stools will be loose. Too much bone and the stools will become hard and dry. Any raw feeder knows the importance of watching the dog’s stools!
Because I prefer to feed ground foods lately, I have started using ground bone. I’ve tried various options, but have found simply buying bone meal powder online works well. I add about a teaspoon full per pound of raw meat. From there, again, just watch to see what the dog needs. (Organ meat will also affect stools as it is richer than muscle meat.)