A few weeks ago, after months in good regulated numbers, Sam's BG shot up from greens and blues to yellows and pinks. Last week I took him to the vet for a check-up to see if he could figure out what might be happening. His teeth look okay, heart and lungs sound fine, no evidence of pain, joints seem good (no x-ray, just from exam), blood work, urinalysis, and urine culture all came back fine. The only thing that was a little off was that the spec-fPL came back at 6.2 indicating possible pancreatitis. However, he's eating just fine, and not vomiting at all. Vet says he'd like me to give cerenia for a week or so anyway because even if he isn't nauseated, it has anti-inflammatory effects. I'm wondering from those of you who know about pancreatitis, what you think about giving the cerenia, the lack of symptoms, and if there other things that can cause that number to be elevated that we might need to consider? Also, does that seem like enough of a cause for the rapid rise in BG, or should we keep looking for something else? I've updated his labs in the tab on the spreadsheet. Everything else was in normal ranges still, though there are a few things that have changed since his blood work in August.