Well, it's about a month and a half after Hap' has started a raw diet. Initially his stools were pretty compact and super firm, but lately(or more than, on and off for the past two weeks!) he has had some serious diarrhea. I definitely know I should have been on this earlier(2-3 weeks!), but sometimes life does not permit things as such. As he is acting absolutely average aside from his stools, I was going to schedule him with a raw savvy vet this week(if I can find one!), but I'm reconsidering depending on what kind of help I can get here. (As a side note, I'd like to get him a check-up with a raw-informed vet eventually, regardless-) Basically, I feel as though I know what the issue is. I purchased a serious amount of Chicken-backs to start. Happy gets a serving of 1.2 lbs. a day, and a few ounces of organs at the beginning and the end of the week. They are all pretty meaty chicken backs. Occasionally I've also purchased some other miscellaneous meat for him to try during the week. But, I feel as though because there has been a lack of variety, however subtle, his system perhaps isn't functioning as expected? Also, maybe I should be feeding him small amounts of organ every other day instead of "bulk" amounts at two separated times a week? This month I thought I would purchase half a month's supply of chicken, and then introduce variety(quail, turkey, duck, beef, pork, fish..) Maybe something like turkey for half of a day's meal, then chicken, and carry on that way for the rest of the week, substituting something else? If anything, any advice will be appreciated! I also always appreciate any literature references(online or off) on the subject of raw diets. Also, does anybody supplement with veggies, or other diet supplements? How and why?