yeah i have, but i travel quite a bit and i stick my guy in a pet hotel, so it gets a bit difficult to get them to make sure they are feeding him correctly, and road trips become a problem :/ i would love to feed raw though.
Reading over yor thread and someone touched on the ongoing bowel issues...so I glanced at how many threads you have started regarding, I didn't read them...now I have to say, from the time I got my dog at 1yr. old until 4.25yrs. old, I had this exact recurring problem, he wouldn't eat, he had chronic diarrhea and soft stool...I did the parasite test and the tylan and metradonzole (sp.?), anti-diarrhea shots, appetite stimulents...added in canned food to entice, worked for a bit but made stoools worse....while this goes on and on, the conventional vet said no way - NO human food...
I researched raw, but only knew of the pitcairn way - which was "the WAY too complicated" and I was doubtful I could make it balanced (I think he was trying to make a natural based on kibble formula).
Finally went to a holistic vet and she said dog food? NO way - give him people food - meat...bones, low fat and a pancreatin d-zyme...I made the change abruptly - no topping kibble with raw, next day - best poop he ever had...
You can do honest kitchen dehydrated when on the road, raw at home.
But I would do this sooner then later as malabsorption and not eating is cause for future concerns in all process's of the body - muscle, joint, neuro, heart, all organ systems.
Your dog is pushing the bowl away because he is sick - dogs don't eat when they are sick - there is something wrong with his digestion and he needs natural approach - this he is telling you as much.