Why I would wait until Monday, 3 days after the puppy was born. Then hope somebody will come to the rescue so the puppy doesn't dehydrate and die. Then I would hope no body would pick on me.
However, you must make sure that the puppy does get a chance to nurse. It includes separating puppies from the mom while the short changed one gets it's fair share. You might have to feed in shifts, you might have to feed by hand with milk replacer or goat's milk......
I like him a lot better than I like most people. To you he's a dog. TO me he's an adopted son who is short, hairy, walks on all fours and doesn't speak clearly. I have no problem with any of these. <
Everything Irish has said. You will likely need to make your own formula or buy the typwe already made for pups to hand feed him until he is strong enough to do it on his own. Get some nutri-cal and place a tiny bit on his tongue before each feed. It gives them an energy boost and helps them to eat and nurse better. Make sure he gets alone time feedings with mom prior to you topping him off with formula every 2-3 hours.
People are like slinky's, not really good for much. But its still fun to push them down the stairs.