I have been feeding my now 2 1/2 year old female golden girl Riley raw food since I took her home from the breeder as this is the food the breeder feeds all her dogs (I use the same manufacturer and distributor she does). However, this past week she has been having frequent and watery stools. I stopped feeding her the usual food and gave her rice and chicken prepared by me. This seemed to help for about a day or so, so I went back to her raw food. Once again, the frequent and watery stools happened. I called my vet and ge gave me a prescription for 5 days, Sulfasalazine 500 mg., three times a day, plus a special Hill's Food w/d (only available from the vet with a prescription). It did help. Well, I went back to the raw food, again, but a different flavor, same manufacturer -- You guessed it, frequent watery poops. Back I am with rice and chicken, plus a canned Hills food for sensitive stomach (not the one that only a vet can prescribe). Her poop today seemed to have more form, plus it was not as frequent. My purpose in writing this is to get your opinions - do you think she has developed an intolerance to this raw diet? Do you think I should have my vet check her out to see if it is something else? Perplexed and concerned! Riley's behavior of play and her appetite has not changed at all. Thank you for any insight!