I have never dry hopped this beer. I use to do straight hop additions but I now first wort hop. I do not secondary as in physically transferring the beer. After 7 days of "Primary" I gently rotate the glass carboy inside the dairy cases that hold them, a couple times a day, to rotate the column of beer. This keeps the yeast in suspension and increases attenuation. After 7 days of swirling, I let the beer set for 14 days before bottling. I have a beer, a rye pale ale, that I both first wort hop and dry hop, so I would see no reason why you couldn't do both.
Bottled: Chili Beer, Bourbon Aged Apfelwein Cider
Fermentation: Bourbon Honey Ale, Olde English IPA
Pipeline: Citra Pounding XIPA, Vanilla Cream Ale