I have 2 GSD's, my 3 year old male has been sick with very soft stool/diarriah for over a month now. He is very small to begin with and recently lost another 6 pounds in the past month taking his weight down to 53 lbs. He was at the vet the other day, had 2 seperate blood tests done, one was a full cbc paneland the other was the lipid profile to check on the enzymes in the pancreas. He also had his urine checked and the stool tesyed, all which came back fine. He is due back at the vet on Monday for a fasting blood test more specifivcally for his stomach and to see if the food is being absorbed correctly. He is still eating, aboour 4 times per day, one cup each time. I did a bland diet of chicken and rice and witheld food for the first say 20 hours this prevented the occurances of the soft stool and any wanting to go out in the middle of the night, but 2 days after he was weened back to his kibble, it started up again. from what I have read the testing is NOT a sure way of detecting prancreatitis, just the enzamatic pancreas absorbtion. I have also went through the stool to confirm there are no tapeworm segments. He is on year round Interceptor and Frontline seasonally. He does seem depressed but still has energy and we actually went for a jog today. The next step after this blood test on Monday is a referal to a specialist for an ultrasound. If anyone can give any advise I would greatly appreciate it. We are still working off our 5,000 bill from our female's hospital stay in August after she bloated- thankfully she is fine. I also contacted the breeder to see if they had any other shepherds that were ever sick like this and they said no. I am very worried and like everyone else on here, I love my little guy more than anything. Thanks in advance...