Hello everyone! Hoping to get a little help from all of the experts on this site
We started our 11 weeks old pup Jaxon on raw, following the guidelines of this site, on feb 3rd. We switched him from acana kibble and started with chicken back and quarters, he was doing well on them, loved them, but stool wasn't firm enough for us to move onto the next protein source. The first 2-3 days we were giving him skinless, but as he did well with that, we started leaving the skin on. Now, after 2 and a half weeks on being on raw chicken back, quarters and bone in breast, he's started having some major diarrhea. This issue started about 3 days ago and has gradually gotten worse. It went from regular brown diarrhea to a flush of clear to mucusy yellow non sense. We let him be the first and second day and cut back on his food intake a bit, but today, being the third day, we cut back even more and skipped his breakfast, gave him a drumstick for lunch and dinner, we also added a scoop of canned pure pumpkin to the two meals today which have added some color and density to his poops, but still pretty runny and he just had his first accident ever in his crate due to not being able to control himself. He's still very playful, eats, drinks lots of water and is as happy as ever. Hence why we haven't bothered with the vet option, but any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated as we're starting to freak out as he's gradually lost weight ever since we started him on raw. Again, he loves it, is super energetic on it, we love watching him enjoy his food, but not sure if these symptoms are normal, especially if he was doing so well at the beginning of the transition, given that he's a puppy, and that nothing has changed and we haven't added any rich sources, still chicken, it doesn't make sense what's going on.
Sorry for some of the details, we just wanted to fully explain the issue in case anyone has had similar experiences. Thank you everyone for reading this and helping us in any way, we greatly appreciate it and want to get our little guy feeling better!!