I make my own recipes for my dog... as long as it has over 50% protein value.. but there's alot more to it...you DO have to have carbs if your dog is active...the whole "meat only" thing doesn't necessarily work for every dog. I feed my dog rice as well and she loves it... however I do not feed raw meat ever..I always cook it for a few minutes, and that's a personal preference.
Always make sure you have a correct phosphorus to calcium ratio... it should be 1:1.2
So for example if you have 120 mg of calcium and 250 mg of phosphorus..you need more calcium... you'll need exactly 300 mg of calcium for the 250 mg of phosphorus..and since you already have 120, you'll actually need to add only 180 mg... this is just an example of course..your recipe will have way more of both.
Instead of using bonemeal, I dry eggshells and heat them in the oven for five minutes to get rid of the filmy mucus..then I grind them up and use the powder for calcium.
1 teaspoon of eggshell powder has 1,800 mg of calcium.
This is much easier for me since bonemeal also contains phosphorus..however, eggshell powder does not..so I don't have to spend alot of time calculating the proportions to equal everything out...
There are home cooked recipe's in Doctor Pitcairn's book (just look up Pitcairn cooked meals on the net or in your library). It contains too much grains for me personally...but its not necessarily a bad thing...its just that I don't really like the idea of giving my dog like..20 cups of rice and 5 cups of meat..
Also, if you plan on making your own recipes later on, you can use this website to help you figure out the right ratios of everything, the calorie contents, the fat and protein contents of your recipes and individual ingredents, etc:
just add the foods you want to make up the recipe to your pantry, select the amount you want for each recipe (I work in 100 grams)...
I would recommend doing some research first before you plan on switching your dog over to either raw or cooked meals..it took me like a month of good reading and asking questions in order for me to make my first recipe for my dog...and I'm still learning alot about it..
However..if you want some help with strictly raw diets..I can't help you there..