Just curious as I've noticed on here, & I'm seeing it increasingly on Facebook groups, in the sheer number of new owners whose puppies have persistent diarrhoea/sickness/stomach issues. It's been 8 years since I raised Rogue & I don't remember her having diarrhoea when first arriving, or any issues from being transferred to raw from kibble, but I can appreciate that some pups may have some issues with loose stools with these big changes in their lives. But loose stools isn't really an issue & shouldn't last more than a day, maybe 2. And at what stage would you say it was persistent diarrhoea? It's concerning that some people are advising using stool firming supplements when this may mask the problem & prolong seeking treatment, especially as a lot of these recently purchased puppies have more than likely come from less than ideal conditions & low welfare breedings. So how long do people feel is acceptable to leave puppies before seeking advice from a vet, given that puppies can go downhill quickly?