So my Cody is currently on Harringtons and is doing good on it , harringtons is what the breeder put the pups on. Iv been doing research and read that Raw is the healthiest food to feed your dog. But im very confused on how to do this. Some sites say start with a DIY while others say start with complete until you feel confident to feed DIY and then others say that not all completes have everything your dog needs. Then a few sites say that DIY is cheaper but iv not found that the case , i calculated how much it woukd be from places like the butchers dog, nutriment and paleo ridge and all come over £100 a month and thats not even including the offal or fruit and veg ect that just for the meat chunks or the pure mince ranges. Were pro raw dog food which is complete came out a £70 for a month so i find the completes are cheaper. My boy is 63kg and i was going to start at 2.5% as thats what most sites say to start at. Hes a healthy ideal weight ( hes registered at 2 vets ones a normal vet the other is a holistc vet both said hes an ideal weight) I just want to feed him the best i can give him. I was then advised by a friend why dont you feed kibble in the morning and a home cooked meal in the evening but im not sure on this. I like the sound of raw but am just confused and dont know were to buy from and if i should start DIY or start with a Complete?