My poor Finn has had bouts of thick yellow mucous in his stool since I brought him home from the breeder at age 12 weeks. He's 8 months now. The episodes occur anywhere from every 4 days to every 14 days. Sometimes he has diarrhea with the mucous, sometimes perfectly formed stool. Countless vet visits, several kinds of antibiotics, pro pectalin gel, blood work, and more food changes than I can count per vet's instructions. Vet also did an expanded stool panel that tested for dozens of diseases and conditions. Everything came back normal except for one thing...positive for CIRCO VIRUS. My vet talked with an internist, and they agreed that CIRCO is probably not the cause of this problem. Also, he hasn't been acutely sick with CIRCO symptoms, so they think the virus will run it's course and he won't have any problems from that. Nothing has solved the mucous problem so far, and I'm freaking out a bit about CIRCO. Any advice on either issue? I'm inclined to take him to a specialist, but would love your input. He's a happy little guy all the time, except when he needs to pass the mucous. Then he's fine again! Thanks in advance!