Hello, It's Karen and Rocky. We are relatively new and have been using Novolin N since 11/09/17. I began home testing 12/09/18. From what I have been directed to read from other members regarding Novolin seems to be true. About 4 hours after am shot Rocky's BG tanks. We have had a few times of really low numbers. I have gradually reduced the dosage from the original 3 units (that was with dry food) to between .25-.5 (since switch to all wet FF classic) 2x daily depending on his BG numbers. I'm thinking I should try .25 once a day from now on because I'm scared of those drops and I have to work from 7-5. I have heard however that perhaps switching to Lantus or Levemir may have a gentler onset and last longer. I will contact my vet and ask for his input, but frankly after not being directed to a wet food diet and directed to increasingly large doses of insulin, I'm not feeling confident. Maybe I should look into a new vet. He is supportive of home testing and willing to speak on the phone which is helping financially. I have also read that the Lantus and Levemir is really expensive, but can be purchased from a Canadian pharmacy at a considerable savings. I would really appreciate some feedback. Thank you. P.S. I have kept his SS up to date.