Yes there are problems with that. A full protein diet is very bad for dogs. You have to add vegetables, or u will damage the kidneys. Also raw fish can have parasites. You can talk to a vet for free online.
It won't hurt your dogs and it is healthier for their skin and coats than the dry kibble or lean meat. I would try to avoid really boney fish though, like pike.
Any fish that you can de-bone...bass are easy...maybe they will de-bone them for you at the shop where you get them. Then you can freeze them and not have to worry about choking hazards.
I have basset hounds. What do you have?
I wouldn't. And also for future reference, dogs have trouble digesting any kind of pork products and it can be toxic to them, depending on how badly it effects each dog. I just learned that recently so I thought I'd mention it in case you were feeding him pork chops or something like that :)
Slide #11 and #14 might help you out. #14 talks specifically about the problems with raw fish. I think the fact that they shouldn't eat raw meat has to do with the fact that they weren't raised in the wild, so their systems aren't really used to the constant harshness of the raw meat. I would guess that it's also a factor that with fresh kills, the meat doesn't have time to grow the toxic bacteria that store-bought meat does. Plus, dogs in the wild have a much lower life-expectancy than domestic dogs that are fed dog food. I know there are ways to give your dog a healthy raw diet, but I'm not sure what the factors are.
My male basset has food allergies and is on a diet that consists of pork, sweet potatoes, kidney beans, chicken and tuna. He can also have most vegetables. He has been eating cooked pork for 6 years with no ill effects.
Really? That's interesting. I guess every dog's system is different. Some things are just more common than others. :)
Cats do eat raw fish ( meow ) but I don't know about dogs ( woolf)
raw should be fine frozen? I dunno