Here is another idea for you!
Purchase a package of ground beef, ground turkey or ground chicken at your local grocery store. Look to make sure that the fat content isn't too high. (Example: "Ground Beef/Hamburger" contains a higher percentage of fat than "Ground Chuck" does.)
*Measure out about 1/4th cup of the raw meat.
*Place in his bowl and add some warm/hot water (3/4th cup or more).
*Mash the raw meat into a soup.
*Add kibble and mix thoroughly (you can cut back the kibble a smidgen).
*Let it set on counter for 5-10 minutes to let it soak into the kibble and the aroma filling the air will arouse his senses.
*When you can tell he smells it and is interested, give it one more mix and set it down for him.
If he doesn't eat all cover and place in fridge until next feeding as others suggested. When feeding time comes, add a little hot
water to the mix and stir.
1# of ground raw meat = 2 cups, so you'll have 8 servings.
This will help with the kibble eating but more importantly, he'll be getting some REAL fresh food.
I would only begin with one meal per day at first to gauge how he handles the raw meat.
IF, he has a sensitive tummy, only do 1/8th cup for one meal per day (for a couple of days) to see how his gut handles it. Then go to 1/4th cup for one meal per day.
You can increase from there watching his stool as a marker.
To keep ahead of the game and not have a raw package of meat sitting in your fridge:
Spray a cookie sheet with a little coconut oil or olive oil.
Measure out 1/4th cup of ground meat and place separated on to a cookie sheet using up all the meat.
Once you've measured and placed all of the ground meat on to the pan, set it in your freezer for a few hours.
Once frozen take pods off of the cookie sheet and place in a zip loc freezer baggie. Each nite, take out what you will need for the next day and let thaw in fridge.
You can do this with all 3 varieties of ground meat and choose one different meat per day or pull out a combo of each one for the day!
Breakfast: Ground Chicken
Lunch: Ground Beef
Dinner: Ground Turkey