I'm glad you're doing raw! The benefits are so great... I am just starting out raw as well. From my understanding, the most important thing when doing raw is nutritional variety over time. Don't just feed the same thing every day. Switch it up a little every day, and throw in some different meats every week if you can. I'm basing my pup's diet on a combination of recommendations from my breeder as well as information I've gathered when I was talking with other breeders
, reading articles as well as blogs on raw feeding.
How is your dog taking to the diet? Is he remaining a healthy weight?
Personally, I don't think oatmeal is necessary. I'm not doing any grains with my pup, though there's a pretty good argument for either preference, so I don't think it's harmful to your dog. I would add turkey or chicken necks/backs *daily*, and add a little green tripe a few times a week. Also some sardines or mackerel 2x per week or so.
I don't think supplements are necessary (unless your pup has nutrition or related health problems of course), but I'm doing fish oil with vitamin e (which helps with the absorption of the fish oil), and I'm also considering adding vitamin c. We're also giving her fresh parsley (to help with digestion), and local honey (allergies).
Our dog is just a pup right now, so we're feeding 3x small meals per day, plus raw treats (chopped liver, naturally dehydrated meat, or blueberries) for training. My breeder suggested a "modified raw"
diet, which includes occasional raw dehydrated food from Honest Kitchen
Off the top of my head (we have a schedule on our fridge that is not with me right now), here's our diet plan (quantities omitted, PM me if you want more info on how we are adjusting quantities w/ our pup)...
Blueberries (frozen, dipped in butter, for morning training)
Carrot (pureed + butter) OR apple (pureed + butter) OR swt potato
Cottage cheese OR yogurt + raw egg OR Honest Kitchen
Chopped sardines OR liver (training)
Turkey/chicken neck/back (lunch)
Organ mix (w/plenty of liver) OR raw green tripe/organ mix OR beef (not ground) OR Mackerel
Occasionally a raw meaty bone, and rarer (rabbit, venison, lamb, goat) meat when we can get our hands on it! Just beware teeth problems with too many weight bearing bones! I was looking for a particular article I read about hard biters' teeth cracking when you allow them unlimited big bones to chew...But I can't find it. Just be aware that it can cause issue if unsupervised.
Hope that was somewhat helpful
Your diet looks good. To summarize, the main stuff I would tweak: Turkey necks more often. Out with the oatmeal. Add green tripe.