FBO= fish body oil
The whole basis of the prey model diet is balance over time. Every single meal does not need to meet every need (we dont eat like this either). If you think of what a prey animal looks like they are alot of meat, a little bone and some organs (the big game that are hunted, the leg bones and ribs are barely eaten, so even less bone when totalled).
I usually just eyeball the meat/bone ratio. If i feed chicken then i give a whole quarter (usually 2 for my boy). Mother nature gets the ratio pretty good so i dont mess with it. If i get a pork piece with bone, then i just guess. Sometimes Ry will get a bone free meal too. It all works out over time. You wont believe how easy it is and that all the worry and planning was for naught when you get into it!
A few books that i really liked (its really late and i want to go to bed, so i am not going to link them or write out the whole thing, you will be able to find them though).
Raw Meaty Bones by Tom Lonsdale. The bible on prey model for alot of people (personally never read it, but have heard good things)
A raw book by Kymathy Schultz (sitstay.com has it in their book section, lady and newf on cover, cant remember the full name of book). It gave me the courage to start, and helped me alot! I dont follow her way of feeding anymore though.
Raw Dog Food (i think!, by MacDonald, again go to sitstay.com, bulldog on the cover). Easy read, great getting started tips, helped alot.
My vets are fine with it!! Neither of them feed it or recommend it to people as a suggestion, but they support it and dont discourage people from it. This is because i gave a speech about raw diets to my clinic once and educated everyone on them. One vet is simply amazed everytime she sees Rys teeth! Even if they didnt support it i would still do it though.
Some people just need education (PM me if need be and i Might be able to find my speech notes for you). Good luck! Get excited!