Previously for Tyler - In today's news. Fri. 9th Feb Tyler took himself off for a good walk this morning which was great to see. He has taken to sleeping under the downstairs bedroom bed so we have switched sleeping arrangements about for the time being. I suppose it is his defence against being snatched away again. I have hopefully updated the SS correctly & it makes some sense. As you will see he is now on 1 unit lanctus at the moment per the vet's instruction & the vet clinic wishes to know the numbers from my home testing. They were very puzzled by the very low, almost hypoglycemic, BG at a time when he was clearly very poorly with pancreatitis. I think maybe they ( one of the vets) are now looking to understand his curve. Obviously the past week has all been about stabilising Ty re the pancreatitis . One issue for me already in the short time Tyler has been home is that it seems feeding him wet food has brought back the soft stools which he then is unable to keep from sitting in. I've had to clean him up a good 7 to 8 times the past 24 hours. When he came back from the vet hospital his stools were perfectly normal and having just phoned the clinic , it appears they were feeding him Science dry diet kibble with a little wet jellymeat. Obviously this is no good for Diabetes , nor likely CKD unless it was renal. We can't carry on like this over the weekend so I felt I had to break out the dry renal to see if that makes a difference to the stools. It is lovely to have him home , productive rear end or not. Home did not seem at all right without him calumping around on his wobbly feet. Dusty has brought him a couple of presents sadly. She must now be called 3 bells as I added an extra one.