Hello! This is only my second post here at FDMB so go easy on me I just got my spreadsheet set up so I will be updating that as much as possible in the next few days. I will be home this weekend so I'm hoping to do a curve to see just how much he's changing changing. Background: my fur baby Max went started going into DKA via a UTI and high BG on Christmas day. After fluid treatments at our vet and a 24 stint at the ER vet, we brought him home and have been administering subq fluids at home and monitoring him with with our vet. After a vet visit yesterday, we got some good news (he was gaining weight, his creat kidney levels had improved, she thought he looked better and brighter), and some bad news (she detected a heart murmur she hadn't heard before, though she thinks it is probably from all of the fluids he's been getting, his BUN kidney levels were still bad/same/high – she suspects kidney disease). We are also going on vacation for a week on the 23 of this month and she recommended our cat sitter be able to test him before every shot, which I really hope they will be comfortable with! After leaving the ER vet we have gotten really high BG numbers, but they have started coming down. Our vet upped him to 4u, but there was a morning where he went down to 96, so we skipped the shot, but of course he bounced back up to "HI" in the evening. This morning he was down to 231 so we only gave him 2u, but I wasn't 100% sure that was the right move, so I'm curious to see what happens when my husband tests him at 1 pm (we've been testing him 3x/day when either of us are home all day). Are there any tips on dosing when the numbers dip? Or how to even out these bounces? I would love to get him more normalized and firmly out of the HI range. He's definitely still in recovery mode, it seems like a the longest marathon of a recovery, especially since he's turned into kind of a picky eater since this has all started, but every day he seems a tiny bit better. TIA!