I read through a lot of the posts in the several diet topics in this section, and it seems like most people are either completely BARF or are doing a good quality dry kibble, or a mix of kibble and moist. I'm not big on the completely raw diet, for one my pitbull WILL NOT eat raw meat! My rottie does but is messy with it (drops some pieces all over the floor, slobbering and licking at them) so I have been cooking the meat to a medium rare for them. They both seem to love it like this and chomp it down. I buy the stuff in the "green bin" that is coming up on the sell by date and get tons of good chicken and beef cuts for 1/2 price. It's afordable enough, and what I have been doing is dicing a mix of potatoes, broccoli, carrots, peas, etc. and stir frying that with the chicken, beef, a little liver, some gizzards here and there, ground turkey from the same local farm I get my chicken/turkey heads and legs from etc. I do not trim any fat off the meat either. I top it off with a little plain oats and some cheese a few days of the week as well. Every night I give them each a raw frozen turkey leg or a head and they completely destroy that as well. I cut the nails off and I cut beaks off but thats it. What do you guys, should I still give them a decent dry food to go along with this, or should I be adding a supplement? Both dogs run with me or my girlfriend a total of about 3-4 miles a day 7 days a week so they are getting pretty good exercise as well. I just want to make sure I'm giving them the best I can, because they look a little bit skinnier to me than they did a few weeks ago beofre I started this diet, but they are acting fine. Thanks!