You feed raw meats, raw meaty bones (the most important part), a small portion of veggies and fruits, fish, and other additional nutritional foods such as egg yolks, offal, cottage cheese/yoghurt, recreational bones, and vitamin supplements. There are certain raw meaty bones that are better than others. They are fed to the dogs whole and uncooked, and they easily crunch them up and swallow them. NOTHING is cooked. Cooked meats loose the important nutrients, and cooked bones can kill dogs because they splinter. Non-cooked bones do not splinter. I use mainly chicken wings to fulfil the raw meaty bone part of the diet because they have the best bone/marrow to fat/flesh ratio. I also mix it up with beef ribs, lamb ribs, etc. Again, there are certain foods you should avoid, and certain foods you should seek out. I cannot stress the books enough: anyone interested in the raw diet should buy a book on it. I recommend "The BARF diet" by Dr. Ian Billinghurst, or any of his books on the subject. They explain everything and are readable in a couple of hours.