Hello! I am new to the forum as my sweet Munchie was just diagnosed Friday evening. I have been really anxious at home about his levels and worrying about inadvertently causing a hypo episode, so thankfully with the help from members on the Facebook page I went and bought a (human) testing kit and am now able to test his Blood Sugar level at home. However, I naturally have questions! I tested today at 12:30 pm and Munchie man ate his wet food breakfast at 6:45 am. His level was 366. He has only had 3 insulin doses of the prozinc so far. Is there a better time to test? a certain time that I should be checking? Also, I read somewhere that while using the human tester, results are a little lower than the animal testing kit, is there merit to that? His level was 411 at the vet Friday evening but I also read they could read higher there because of stress... Also, we switched his wet food to some better, healthier options thanks to the nutritional chart sent to me on the FB page... but my vet told me not to make changes yet because she said if it drops too quickly we could be in trouble. I didn't want to NOT do anything so I switched his wet food and am now only giving him 1/4 a cup of dry food for the day (he used to just graze on it all day as desired). She was worried about rocking his world too much but he seems like he is adjusting well... he is acting like his usual self and is liking the new wet food ( I got his usual fancy feast brand but this time bought the chopped grill feast, and then I got the blue wilderness chicken recipe which is high protein, grain-free and only like 2% carb count I believe? and I also got some of the dave's brand which is 16% protein but I don't actually see a carb count here... it has no wheat or wheat gluten, no artificial flavors or coloring and is grain free.. Dave's pet food city is a chain in Massachusetts for those not familiar..) I'm hoping these are better food choices but I'm contemplating just getting rid of the dry food entirely? I know my vet warned me not to make the food changes yet, but I think I would feel better doing this now that I can test at home but I'm just looking for some guidance please!!! Thank you for your help!