It would be better to get a picture from the side (like the second picture) with her standing. But from the last pic posted, she looks fine! Puppies can look all gangly and out of proportion as they go through growth spurts.
Normal for poops to be runny when a pup is first switched over to raw - their digestive system needs a few days to adjust. It would probably be more economical for you to feed raw - the prepared kibbles imported to Middle Eastern and Asian countries sure is expensive!
Did you see the Raw Feeding Forum on the board?
B.A.R.F./Raw Feeding - German Shepherd Dog Forums
The information and help I received from this board when I started raw feeding was invaluable. Read through the info there, check out the links, get some books, ask lots of questions. We can help with "translating" measurements and terminology if needed.
If you want to go back and try raw, as a general guideline, start with feeding about a kilogram a day, divided into two or three meals. To allow your gorgeous pups' digestive system to adjust to the change in diet, start with ONE type of meat, for about the first week or two. Chicken is usually a good starting meat. A chicken leg quarter (the drumstick and the thigh with part of the back) is about the right bone-to-meat ratio. After a few day, introduce some chicken livers. When adding organ meats, it is about 5 to 10 % of their meal. One chicken liver is fine. With organ meats, think about the size of a golf ball or ping-pong ball, and that is about the amount of organ meat you want to add per meal.
The runny poops should start to get more solid after a two or three days, but for some dogs, it takes longer.