Hi, and welcome to you and Bettis. My first question is could he have eaten something that he shouldn't have or you may not know he's eaten? My male Bulldozer has a habit of eating stuff like socks, which he has done on 4 occasions, and a dish cloth. He's always been able to either poop them out, or throw them up. We've been really lucky that he hasn't needed surgery. For every sock that he's swallowed, except for one, we didn't know he had swallowed them. He showed signs of obstruction sometimes but not all the time, most of the time, he acted normal in p,ating eating, and drinking. The third time he swallowed a sock, he got sick he started with diarrhea, then vomiting, and drooling from his mouth, which are all signs of obstruction, as well a seeing lethargic. We brought him to the vet, she did X-rays, which showed a shadow in his intestines, but we didn't know what the object was. She gave him IV fluids, pain medications, and a laxative. She sent us home with a high fibre food and instructed us to keep an eye on him, but she was convinced he was going to have to have surgery. He was able to poop it out. My other question is which brand of dog food are you feeding Bettis? My female Blossom is allergic to chicken, which a lot of EB's are sensitive to, and salmon, corn, and grains. Did he get anything different to eat at your in -laws, or any table scraps? I would keep an eye on him, and watch his poop to see if he passes any foreign objects. It can take up to a week for him to pass something after ingesting it. The last sock that I knew Bulldozer had swallowed took a whole month for him to vomit it up. I watched his poop for 2 weeks, and then one morning, he threw it up in his crate. The whole time he was completely normal, and ate his food and peed and pooped normal. You can take him to the vet, and have an X-ray, or a barium enema, and have him checked out if you're concerned. I hope he's okay, and you find a solution to his soft poops. Please keep us posted. Sending love, hugs and prayers to you and Bettis.