If you decide to do a raw diet you need to speak with an veterinary NUTRITIONIST. I already have more (quite a few) nutrition classes than your average vet gets in vet school, so most of them don't have the knowledge right of the top of their heads. However, they can point you in the right direction or if they really like you do a lot of legwork for you and formulate a correct diet. You can really screw up the nutrient balances by feeding a raw diet. I could find some pics that will make you weep when you see what people have done to their pups/kittens feeding them raw.
Your easiest option is to find a good quality puppy food. Find something that specifically says "For puppies" or the equivalent on the label. If you can't afford the more "quality" foods (solid gold, fromms, eagle pack, etc) you can feed puppy chow and the dog will be fine. His coat might not be as shiny and he might poop more, but you're not going to kill him or cause any health problems by feeding a cheaper/lower quality food.
Mls & Speed Racer were correct about free choice, CLEAN water and quality chew toys. Be careful about rawhide and nylabones (I think that was the one) if you have a big chewer though or one who tends to basically eat them. They can cause an obstruction... or just some really nasty sticky puke. Personally I like the Kongs or other "indestructible" dog toys, but my boy did get rawhides and raw bones. I just had to watch them and limit his time.