Q. What general feeding recommendations are important for puppies?
A. Just continue to offer him food at the determined meal times, and follow the recommended walking, housebreaking, play, bonding and sleep time schedule otherwise.
While you may offer either moist or dry foods until you have settled on which your puppy prefers best, it is important that you not offer the puppy anything other then the nutrient balanced puppy food that you have chosen for him.
If your puppy refuses to eat, do not force the food down his throat. He may simply be adjusting to life in a new home, and stress can alter the appetite of any healthy animal.
Also, do not feed your puppy "human food" in these early days, unless recommended by a veterinarian.