first time seeing green :')

Discussion in 'Prozinc / PZI' started by Silvia, Apr 16, 2019 at 8:59 PM.

  1. Silvia

    Silvia Member

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    although i am still fighting my mom when she pricks my ears, i gave her a green. #worthit.
     
  2. Sharon14

    Sharon14 Well-Known Member

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  3. Idjit's mom

    Idjit's mom Well-Known Member

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    Excellent! :woot: Hopefully Phoenix is going to realize soon that it's not all that bad.
     
  4. Rachel

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  5. Daddy Jack's Mommy

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  6. Silvia

    Silvia Member

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    Thanks everyone. I spoke to our vet and she wants to lower his dose to 1.5.
     
  7. Tina R

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    Hooray for green!! :cat: :cat: :cat:
     
  8. Jasper Blue and Jay

    Jasper Blue and Jay Member

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    That's great! :)
     
  9. Silvia

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    Yep! He’s been looking great so happy.
     
  10. Djamila

    Djamila Well-Known Member

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    Hi Silvia -- I was just looking at your SS. I'm a little worried about how low Phoenix might be going at nadir. You don't have much data to show that on this dose, and given the PS numbers, you want to be careful that he isn't hitting lime greens in the middle of the cycle. Any chance you can get some tests this weekend to see what's going on in the +4 to +7 range?
     
  11. Silvia

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    I just tested him at +7 and he gave me 112. What do you think?
     
  12. Kris & Teasel

    Kris & Teasel Well-Known Member

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    That's a good safe number but it's best to consistently aim for a test in the middle range from +3 to +8 or so when you're at home or every evening before bed when you aren't. Try to fill in the gaps on weekends. The more data you have the more you learn about your kitty's specific patterns. :)
     

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