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Our breeder recommended the mixing of food as well for the first few months so I’d maybe give it a little more time, too. My puppy had TONS of digestive issues and recurrent diarrhea as a puppy and it often took a couple of weeks for his stomach to settle down after w problem or a change. In the meantime you could check in with the breeder (maybe there are food sensitivities she is aware of) and the vet about how long he’d want to give it before seeing the puppy again.
Even though it could potentially present a challenge with potty training, if you look at it like every time you take him out you’re teaching him where to go, and you are taking him out more often because of his soft poop, you may end even up ahead of the game in the long run because of the extra practice. My puppy started giving cues to be taken out for poop quite early, when he had bouts of diarrhea. Turns out he gave cues for poop all of the time, I just noticed it when he had soft poop because he did it more often.