Hi, Not sure how long the threads are here. We are members of the Tanya CRF group and had a recent diagnosis of diabetes. So members suggested I come here. My girl is 7.4 kgs or 16 pounds. Diagnosed with CKD in July of this year. We are in Canada. Shortly thereafter she lost her vision, not blind, but significant loss. She has hypertension (on Amlodipine, just increased to 1.5 ml per day - compounded liquid), has proteinuria, had glucose in her urine 3 of 4 urine tests. Recently diagnosed with diabetes and pancreatitis by blood tests. Fructosamine test was 393 umol/l, Spec FPL was 14.4 ug/l.. She also has HCT of .20 down from .25 in July when she had an infection, so she is bordering on anemia. Her bun is 29, crea is 373 (international values) and phos is 2.0 (high end of normal). We have started her on B12 injectable, doing B12 oral at 500 mcg daily, along with Amino BPlex, Restoralax at 1/16 tsp twice daily and D-Mannose 1/16 tsp daily. We had been feeding Hill KD Mobiity canned, with a bit of KD dry. We started insulin at 1 unit a day, and have readings of 13.8, 21.1 and 21.9 from the Alpha Trak. The 21.1 and 21.9 (mmol/l) are for the last two days when we are learning how to do this... My main question is on food, what do I feed her? She is a former dry food junkie, she is 16, and we adopted her when she was 12. I am scared to give up on her kidneys, and scared to ignore her diabetes, and I am lost on the correct protocol. She is a grazer of food, so it will be a learning curve for her to do a tight regulation. We both work, and I worry about her during the day and not having food. If anyone has any idea's, that would be great. I have been browsing for a few days looking for CKD posts. On the CKD site they say to treat diabetes first, here I have heard to also watch the kidneys, so I am lost and confused in Canada.