Note: I have a duplicate thread in "Health and Nutritional Care" it didn't get much traction so I'm posting here. Just in case someone has some advise. First for anyone who may be offended I'm concerned about my dog's poop so if this bothers you turn back now: I have a 21 week old Cane Corso. Since I brought him home at 8 weeks he's always had soft to very soft poops. I've mentioned this to the Vet and all of his vet visits have been fine. He's not lethargic, eat's good, good weight gain (about 70lbs), high energy...etc. I first realized there was problem, when would I take him to potty, he would go almost immediately, then I would take him for a short walk. During the walk, he would poop in the streets (country subdivision no sidewalks) and it would be runny... In addition to twice going through the process with the vet of (bland can food, and transitioning him back to his kibble). I changed his food and still see the same result. I started him on Diamond Natural Large Breed Puppy food for about a 6 weeks. He loved the food but still had soft poops... In hopes of getting a different result, I transitioned him to Pro Pac Ultimate Chicken Meal and Brown Rice Large Breed Puppy Food he's been on it for about 4 weeks. These were chosen 1) Budget and 2) Rated high https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/ I'm getting the same result. His potty routine is like this: 1) Go potty this poop is usually normal or soft. Sometimes he would go twice 2) Go for a short walk 1/8 to 1/4 mile round trip 3) Go back to potty location.... poop is almost always soft or runny Since he is a puppy, I feed 3 times a day and he goes potty about 5 hours after eating except overnight when it's much longer. Is this something I should be concerned about? Should I change his food again? I hate to keep going to the vet if it's nothing... They have told me they don't see any parasites or reason for concern but it does seem normal... A small issue for me is it makes it hard for me to take my puppy to the park (not dog park) or other places because I don't know when he's going to poop and when he does in most cases it's runny which makes it hard to clean up behind him. Currently I take a roll of paper towel and plastic grocery store bags with me when we go out. I appreciate any advice that can be shared.