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Hi, everyone! First time poster here.
We brought home an 8 week old German Shepherd Puppy this past Sunday (06/20/20). We have a vet appointment scheduled, but I have a question in the mean time.
When we first brought him home he pooped a solid dark poop. We changed his food (too quickly I might add 😢, his breeder was supposed to send us home with food for us to mix with his new food to slowly transition him over to, and it was late at night when we got home and realized we had forgotten his old food, so we just gave him what we have… his breeder also was giving him adult dog food and we wanted to get him on puppy food)
We feed him Pedigree Puppy on a schedule. (Yes, I now realize that is crap food- so I’m waiting for an order of a higher quality food to come in from Chewy to slowly transition him to.) He doesn’t poop until after lunch typically. Then he has 2 solid poops before dinner, and after dinner his poop gets consistently more liquidy and frequent. We’ve been waking up every 45 min- 2 hours for very liquidy poop breaks during the night. His poops are also a much brighter color than his first poop after coming home.
We contacted the breeder and he suggested cottage cheese, which has not helped. Any suggestions/ thoughts? We’ve definitely made some mistakes here, but we are trying and we are taking him to the vet ASAP, so please be kind and constructive.
Side note: he was still nursing a little bit when we picked him up if that matters.
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