Good morning all! My buddy Lou and I have been playing this diabetes game for almost 9 months now. As many of you know, he was easy to regulate off the bounce, and nearly went into remission less than 2 months after diagnosis. Unfortunately, it didn't stick, and he's been impossible to regulate ever since. I finally found a dosing scale (we're currently on Vetsulin) that seemed to bring him the closest to regulation, and it was awesome, haha. And then as diabetics are wont to do, he had a random low green PMPS, and my carefully crafted dosing scale has gone out the window. He seems a bit more sensitive to the insulin, but lower doses don't always bring desired results when testing. Ugh! Anywhooo!!! I wanted to give you a quick background on Lou's progress or lack thereof. I've thought a lot about the pros and cons of switching insulins. Ultimately I wanted to see what, if any, guidelines there are for this. I am the one who handles Lou's BG testing and insulin shots. I do occasionally work doubles (12-13 hour days), so I've thought depot insulins may not be the best bet for us. Who knows? Are there official guidelines for switching insulins? Or is it just whenever you think a change would do your kitty good you bring it up to your vet? I had brought it up to my vet in October, but she kind of gave me a shrugged "whatever you want to do" kind of response. Thanks in advance!!