I have 8 dogs: some are on cooked, some are on raw.
My older dogs (used to be on raw) are now on home cooked, as they seem to digest it better. The younger adult dogs are all on raw.
Cooked: chicken or beef or turkey, or bison, or salmon, plus raw eggs (from our own chickens). Somedays with rice or oatmeal or quinoa. Veggies: carrots, celery, chopped kale, squash in season. Fruits: blueberries and apples, sometimes cranberries. Winter I will add sweet potatoes but not every meal. Pureed pumpkin.
Raw: rabbit, or duck, or beef, or turkey, or bison, or pheasant, or sardines (all are organ/muscle/bone blends), raw eggs, goats milk. Veggies: carrots, celery, chopped kale, squash in season. Fruits: blueberries and apples, cantelope in season.
All the dogs get raw bones twice a week. None of them has ever needed a dental, even my oldest at 14. (And no I do not brush their teeth)
I also make bone broth, particularly in winter for both the home cooked dogs and the raw fed dogs.
My vet who doesn’t agree with my feeding regime at all, always comments on how healthy my dogs look when they come in for their once a year check up.