HI. Butch & I are new to this site. Butch was diagnosed diabetic couple months ago. He's a senior (16) and I believe now has been living with this disease for a year or more. His last vet thought his weight loss was due to his age. His new vet ran enough test to confirm his diagnosis. It's been a really rough road for us. Butch experienced a terrible glucose crash one night after 6 weeks of insulin treatment which entailed emergency visit. Since then I've gotten a glucose monitor & check him sometimes multiple times a day. I've twice caught seriously low numbers & have administered honey to get him back up. My last vet consultation was to discuss more end of life decisions than treatment and needless to say I'm heartbroken. As his swings are so high (35 right now) and so low (2.5 yesterday morning) I've decided to stop the treatment. He hated the diabetic food & ate very little so I've gone back to the flavours he loves & he's eating lots, but even though he's eating I can't control his numbers & I can't monitor him 24/7 Am I hurting him more by stopping the insulin or the roller coaster of trying?