This all assumes a 60lb dog...adjust dosage accordingly
Broad spectrum probiotic (helps with B Vitamins and neurological function)
1gm Fish Oil per 10 lbs of dog (Neuro + cellular messaging/hormones)
Ubiquinol (There are two types of CO Enzyme Q10, this one is more bio available.) esp if you are switching to a Raw diet.
1/2 tsp tumeric + 1/4c coconut oil + 2 egg whites - cook over low heat, remove from heat and add 2 egg yolks to create a syrupy mix for the morning meal. (Yes you can add more meat/bone, this is just a supplement)
1/4 lb of liver per week
And two key epigenetic aids - sleep and cold.
Hopefully you live in a quiet house
No TV, noise, or bright lights after 7pm
Give your dog's body enough rest (and encourage HGH repair cycles) through removing unnatural light (computers!)
Depending upon where you live, your dog may like, or hate, this one..
I'd get a "stock tank" and fill it to a height that is equal to your dog's shoulder height. Your dog should be able to stand in the water without floating. Put a mat in the bottom to reduce slippage.
Get a thermometer, so you know the water temp. Your goal is 55 Degrees F for the water temp, after 30 mins.
Add 1-2 cups of Epson Salts to the water (Yes, you'll have to stir it to dissolve it, or you can boil some water first to dissolve the salts and then dump it into the tub. You will also need to rinse off your dog afterward. The Magnesium from the water bath will help your dog's ATP cycles and mitochondria (the energizer bunnies that keep things going). Mg also helps sleep cycles, which help healing.
Then, +3x per week spend 20-45 minutes trying to cool your dog's body. You should eventually be able to add ice to the bath. Colder is better, but try to limit your dog's stress. If you need to hand feed Prosciutto during this process, I would. If you've already been supplementing with Fish Oil for some time, your dog should already be less sensitive to cold. If not, you'll need to ease into this process, but it will help the O3:6 ratios improve more quickly, so don't worry.
The cold therapy is NOT about Cryotherapy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryotherapy
), it is about improving hormonal signals, reducing inflammation, and providing some pain relief. Being in pain over long periods reduces immunity...so you're hitting healing from many directions. This is why professional and college athletes sit in ice baths after workouts. (If you try this after a particularly long weightlifting session, you'll find that you have nearly no muscle soreness.) (Yes, I have tried it and it works!
Best of luck