All meat and fish for dogs should be cooked and the cooking processes should be carefully managed.
Providing raw meat for dogs presents them with the dangers of: salmonella, campylobacter, escherichia coli, clostridium, perfringens, clostridium botulinum, staphylococcus aureus etc. Also dangerous pathogens are found in specific raw meats including beef, pork, wild game and fish.
The best meat for dogs is tripe (boiled) which is rich in enzymes, has low fat content and has a good calcium-phosphorus ratio. Tripe is good against cancer, allergies, hyperactivity, flatulence, colitis etc.
Organ meats (offal) follow next and should all be boiled - these include heart, liver, tongue and kidneys.
Next comes horse, venison, goat, turkey and chicken with the latter pair to be avoided if your dog has a skin problem.
Lamb and beef are not suitable for all dogs.
Fish - fatty fish are best. These include mackerel, pilchard, tuna, salmon, eels, herrings as they contain vitamins A and D and are a good source of omega 3.