When we adopted Max from an individual, we quickly discovered a few days later that he had Parvo. His records showed he had already had 3 rounds of puppy shots (he was 4 months old when we got him). The Parvo symptoms showed up within a week, we immediately took him to our vet for a 4 day hospitalization. It's now been 5 weeks and you would never know this pup ever had the virus...except for the pudding stools. He has been tested for parasites (negative) and for Giardia (negative). The vet put him on meds to help, but two rounds of that did nothing. We've tried pumpkin, probiotics, and yogurt. The only semi-relief has been adding fiber, but the stools are still mushy. The vet ran a fecal test a couple weeks ago, and said he is still sloughing the damages of the virus. She said that it can take months for his intestines to heal. I guess I thought that his stools would be firmer by now. They are impossible to pick up if I don't use Physilium Husk to help it hold together a bit better. Is there anything else I can try, or has anyone else's furbaby taken this long to recover and produce a firm stool? We feed Farmina Ancestral Grains Chicken. I don't believe he has a chicken allergy. Thanks for any information you can provide.