Well, we have been feeding about 3.5lbs per day based on Bella being about 50lbs the last time we made up her food. A little while ago my wife felt that Bella wasn't getting enough to eat and did start increasing her food a bit, which led to pudding poo. After 2 days I cut it back to the 3.5lbs and she is now back to her normal stools for the last 10-12 days.
When preparing her food we make up about a months worth at a time, measuring out into gallon freezer bags - one bag per day. We use the rough percentages of 45% RMB, 50% MM, and 5% OM. We try to vary up her meat sources, but chicken is the main staple of her diet due to cost and availability. The other main staple is beef tripe due to it just being awesome.
Her normal meat sources are chicken quarters, turkey necks, chicken/turkey gizzard, beef tripe, duck necks, fish, pork butt roast, bison/chicken/beef liver, eggs, and rabbit (when available). We use my pet carnivore to gain some variety (basically whatever is on sale), and for her green tripe.
The only thing we supplement with is "Wholistic Canine Complete" (an all-in-one canine supplement). We are using this simply because this our first time feeding a dog a raw diet and we wanted to ensure Bella was getting all of her necessary nutrients (especially as a puppy). We have been happy with it, but I'm not sure if we will continue using it once we finish the can (probably still have at least another month or so left). I will add that I was planning on doing some more research on supplements, enzymes, etc. as we started to get closer to finishing the can for whatever would be best as Bella approaches and enters adulthood.
So, are you saying that we should cut back on Bella's daily food? I was planning on gradually cutting back eventually, but per Lauri's suggestion was going to wait until more around 8 months.
Thanks for the input, we really appreciate it.