We have been treating Cash a 16 year old Siamese mix with Vetsulin ( I think he is on his 3rd or 4th bottle.). Had first noticed his weight loss October and then he developed peripheral neuropathy mainly in his hind quarters but had a general weakness in his front legs as well. His initial blood sugar was in the 400's. We would check his blood sugar and it would be under 100 at 4-6 hours and by 10 hours it was back to 500. By December we started treating him three times a day. We would increase or decrease each dose by 1/2 unit after a few days of dosing/testing. He was stable for a month during January. By early February we had to decrease dosing and in a week he went from 12 units a day to 2 units. For the last 2 weeks he has slipped back and I am bringing him up to 7.5 units/day from 6 units as his last 4hr glucose was 400+. For the past month or more he has recovered much of his lost muscle coordination and his weight has returned to normal. Indeed although his sugar is higher than I want, he is clinically pretty normal. His loud siamese voice is back He rushes doors when they open. He can move very quick. His food since the start of his treatment has been Science Diet M/D. He eats a measuring amount for weight maintenance. I weigh out 3 meals and he eats those in conjunction with his injection. I am not really complaining about his state at this point, I really don't want to re-do his treatment.