Hi, I haven't been very active in here, but I thought I'd give an update on Orlando's neuropathy, since his recovery has been nothing short of a small miracle. Also, I wanted to share, because this forum and the wonderful people in here really saved both of us back when I first joined with your encouragement, positive attitude, and help. When we went to see the specialist in January this year, Orlando's neuropathy was the worst she had ever seen, and she warned me that she did not think he would be able to bounce back. He had lost almost all muscle mass in his hind legs, all four legs were affected, he was unable to sit up, and he was "walking" on his hocks and elbows. And I write "walking", because he could only take two wobbly steps at a time. But then those two steps turned into five steps, then sixteen, and he began to sit, just five seconds at a time at first, but they quickly turned into fifteen, then twenty-five until I stopped counting. His walk improved and he began rebuilding muscle mass, until today where he's back to normal. He sits, walks, runs and jumps, and the only signs of him ever having had diabetic neuropathy is a barely noticeable lowering of his left front paw and an almost imperceptible limp - something I hope will also disappear with time.