I have recently changed my miniature poodle to Gentle Cold Pressed dog food following a chat with Beate. I received samples of the fish and the goat varieties and Mia had them as treats - which she ate very quickly.
Bearing mind that poodles are fussy little devils, food wonderful one day and poison the next! I spoke with Beate and said it was a shame they didn't do a smaller bag size (smallest is 5kg). Beate said no problem she could send me a smaller amount, which she did - I received 1.6kg a couple of days later. Thankfully Mia still loves it and I now have a 5kg bag ready to start. The only downside is that she is constantly hungry. The initial food allowance suggested for her weight was 70-80g per day. I tried this but she was clearly hungry and was going round beating everything up, including me. Raised the allowance to 85-90g per day but also feeding a small portion of meat or fish or an egg during the day and adding some cooked veg to her evening meal. This is working out better but I am sure she is putting on weight, judging by the feel of her ribs. Eeek, I I don't want a fat poodle
I have usually fed my dog by body condition and weight whilst also looking at the recommendations on the food and calorie count (or what the vet said after she had been ill) - I normally look at this one: https://www.pfma.org.uk/dog-calorie-calculator-nrc-method
which for my 7kg poodle is about 400 kcal per day. The goat variety of Gentle dog food is 345 kcal/100g. So about 85g would be about 293 kcal so with the addtion of meat or fish and veg I think I am feeding about the right amount for her - doesn't stop her bringing her kong to be filled with treats though! (treats being mostly, but not all, food from her daily allowance).
Until I changed to cold pressed food, Mia was getting about 100g kibble with additional cooked meat or fish and veg daily - she has been eating well on that (previously a struggle to get weight on her). I do wonder if she just really likes the cold pressed and being greedy. Hopefully she will get used to smaller portions because I hope to get her spayed after the next season (due early December) and I believe I would need to cut her food down to stop her putting on weight.
Have to mention how helpful Beate has been.
And one other thing - my standard poodle never ate nearly as much as suggested by his breeder/previous owner or what the food package suggested whether it was wet or dry food. My friend says the same about her Goldendoodle and my minature would never eat the amount of wet food (or dry extruded for that matter) suggested by the manufacturer.