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Did they specify a food he had been receiving at the center? Even if you choose to transition him to a fresh food diet, I think it would be the rare Havanese that could handle such a diet change without a slow transition, especially under the stress of a new home environment. I would take him to the vet at this point, and while youíre looking at food options and deciding what to feed, go back to the closest you can get to what heís been eating. Once heís cleared by the vet, then slowly transition to what you wish to feed long term. Personally, since he isnít a puppy and without knowing his history, I think Iíd be extra careful and introduce one protein or food at a time in case of allergies and to prevent further problems with diarrhea.
There have been a few new delivery services for fresh food diets over the last couple of years. If you are interested in home cooking, I think it could be really useful to start out with something like that. It takes time to get a balanced home cooked diet organized and it could give you time to consult with someone and do research
Hope he feels better soon!