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How / When to switch to a raw diet.

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I have two new Pit / German Shephard puppies who are 11 weeks old. I'm not sure what kibble is best to put them on with also being affordable (currently on pedigree from previous home) or if a raw diet is also reasonably affordable?
Also, WHAT raw foods would be safe to give to young puppies? Just the meat portion or also bone? I've heard of certain bones breaking their teeth. I know raw or cooked eggs are okay to give, but what parts of what animals are safe for them to eat?