1. Feeding 4 times during the day is a pretty good plan. With a brand new puppy I would try to offer food at least each couple hours whenever possible during the first few days. Once you are past the transition period then easing toward the 4 times daily would be ok. Volume of consumption will vary with activity level, time of day and elimination just like it does with us. Allow him to eat for about 5 minutes, for this size puppy each meal will probably be about 2-3 tablespoons. If your goal is to use dry food then go ahead and leave it that way without adding other foods or water, if he won't eat it dry then add a little canned food. The chicken should be used to guarantee intake of some food, if the puppy is eating canned or dry food well then the chicken is not critical.
2. Through the first few days it is best to wake the puppy each 4 hours to offer food, water and a chance for elimination. If your puppy did not eat willingly throughout the day it is important to offer food 2-3 times overnight. Once the transition is over (usually 3-7 days) waking during the night is not necessary. "
3. Wait at least 15 minutes before giving in.
4. Watch the "homecoming" "hypoglycemia" and "potty training" videos