Hi, Just wanting some opinons on feeding half raw and half kibble diets (or some other ratio). I have read that you should do one or the either as they digest at different rates and can cause stomach/digestive issues (my guess is that as raw contains bacteria that a dog can handle due to their short digestive times, though kibble takes upto 12 hours to digest whilst raw 4 hours, mixing both would create a high chance of the dog getting food poisoning [half educated guess stab in the dark]). Well currently I feed a hybrid diet of mostly kibble (Wellness) twice a day. Though 2-3 times a week I give Luna either raw mince with a bit of chicken liver and a meaty bone (such as turkey neck, beef tail, lamb ribs or a lamb femur) or I feed her premade barf patties). My main reasons for doing this is for the dental benefits of bones/I do believe raw is healthier than kibble and I guess maybe some raw is better than none. I can't go full raw as I do not have enough freezer space and I don't seem to have enough time to search high and low for cheap meat prices. So basically I am feeding raw due to what I believe are added health bonuses. But then on the same hand i've read (usually from prepackaged raw dog food) companies not to feed kibble as well. But I am making sure that I feed the meals 12 hours apart so that most of the kibble should be completely digested. I would like anyone's opinion at all on this. Does anyone here feed kibble and raw? Have you noticed your dog doing better since changing just from straight kibble? OR have they gotten digestive issues?