My advice is DO NOT up the percentage of bone. Too many downsides.
Do strip the skin (for now) as dogs need to get used to a high fat diet. There are all sorts of changes that need to take place from pancreatic enzymes to mitochondrial changes at the cellular level.
Fat is vital for raw fed dogs/ It is the best energy source. But ease it in. Allow the body to adjust slowly. This addresses the root of the issue. Adding more bone causes more intestinal distress and doesn't get to the real issue.
Also make sure the chicken isn't "enhanced" (injected with sodium). It should not be above 75 mgs.
Don't feed backs without a lot of boneless meat to compensate.
Hi, so my boy has been on chicken quarters for a week, I removed skin and added some chicken feet and his stool became a lot more firm. Then i gave him chicken gizzards, and chicken feet for his next meal, Now his poo is liquid again. HELP! Sorry idk what im doing wrong. Unless he really is allergic to chicken like his blood test says. Thank you for all ur help!!!!