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I am sorry Oliver has this trouble. It is dietary related. Whenever food is changer (even for the better) the body reacts. It can be diarrhea, vomiting or both.
Since the stools are now well formed stick with the latest food.
If it recurs feed Oliver a jar of baby food chicken with no onion powder. Add one tablespoon of rice cereal or boiled white rice.
In addition, give him one half tsp a day of plain yogurt for good bacteria.
If he has not been wormed recently get Excel or Profender OTC .
Please let me know how he is doing .
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In humans, black, tarry stool can indicate bleeding but with animals it is more commonly a GI upset.
I would worm Oliver as worms can also cause blood in stool.
As long as he is eating and the diarrhea has stopped you do not need to worry.
If you see any red blood his stool should be analysed by his vet.