Honestly, most raw feeders use chicken as the bulk of their diet. Dogs don't run the same risks as people. I know quite a few raw feeders and all of them feed a large amount of chicken, because it's easily accessible (You can buy whole chickens, organs, pieces, etc.) at any store.
Be careful giving large amounts of pork, as it's VERY rich. And most dogs get loose poop when it's fed often, and some dogs get loose poop when it's fed at all.
I suggest starting with a mild meat and going from there. I usually recommend chicken, because it's bland and I start Avery on it right away and she had no loose or hard poops at all. Then start adding other meats a bit at a time, that way you can be positive of which type is causing gas or loose movements if they have any.
I feed beef, venison, and I've fed duck. Duck is pretty fatty and rich, so you'll want to be sparing with it, too. Javelina would be similar to pork? So same as above. You CAN feed beef, venison, and elk. But there's not many bones you'd be able to use.
I feed partial raw, and Avery's diet is about 65-70% chicken most of the time (This is where I get my bone in, because there's less options for small dogs), and then during hunting season, she has quite a bit more venison and turkey. The only thing I've found that she won't touch is guinea pig. And she refuses to eat chicks with fur unless it's been hanging out hidden in a bush all day.
Never feeding those where she can hide them again.
If you check out the raw feeding threads, there are lots of groups you could check out to alleviate some of your worries when it comes to bacteria and such. I've never had any pointy bone issues with chicken or quail, and I've fed cornish hens cut into quarters, as well. No issues.
The only problem I've run into is Avery is a gulper when she gets small enough pieces. And she'll swallow them, then regurgitate to chew.
But she's a protective eater and she thinks everything from me to the kitchen chairs are going to steal her food.