Raw food diets are a good thing for dogs, but only IF and ONLY if you know EXACTLY how to feed it to your dog, add the appropriate amounts of vitamins, nutrients, vegetables, etc. Believe it or not, the kibble and canned food that are fed to dogs tend to be as balanced as they need to be to meet the nutritional needs of dogs. Well, that is as long as you get HIGH QUALITY dog food, and not Purina Dog Chow or Ol’ Roy.
My suggestion would be to do a TON of research before you even think about attempting a raw food diet! That is not something that I would take lightly. I started my dog on it for a few months, and switched her back to kibble as it was messing with her GI tract. What I do know is feed VERY high quality kibble as her primary diet, but supplement with cooked meats, a litte raw meat from time to time, eggs, and veggies. That may be something to do, that way your dog is getting the correct nutrition and also other yummies too!
Here are some raw food websites to look at:
http://www.dogster.com/forums/Raw_Food_Diet <<–very helpful!!
These are just a few of many websites to look at. PLEASE make sure that you do your research before attempting a raw diet. It isn’t something that you can just give your dog soem raw meat and call it a day. It takes so much more than that!