Goma had her scheduled subcutaneous injection this morning. In addition, she was given a blood test and urine test. Results were very positive - Liver normal, pancreas normal, etc. All looked good. Urine test indicated no ketones so I'm okay there as well. I noted nothing recorded in glucose so I asked about that since I figured they were testing anyway, it should have been performed. They apologized and proceeded to do a glucose check on what blood was left. I kind of figured after sitting an hour the level would probably not be accurate. The Vet showed me Goma's level was 70~77. Okay, I admit it, I went off. (What?!) I showed him my spreadsheet and what I had been doing. And, that the morning ps had been over 600. He would not even take a close look at it. He stated I should check at home as the machines were different. He then started in again with my going too fast with the insulin and now suggested I skip the dose tonight and start again tomorrow at 1 unit. I told him that was not going to happen. Unfortunately the language barrier got in and I called my spouse to translate. He was insistent that I needed to go slowly and wait two weeks before making any changes and, again not give any tonight. I suggested that he knows what will happen if her bg stays at this level any longer. Well I rushed home, performed my own test which indicated 376. This I had expected and was relieved although it is high. But it got me thinking, how can there be a 300 point variance in the machine. How can they make accurate diagnosis' with this machine. It also makes me suspect on the other results as well. Moreover, I would have expected it to be higher there then at home. Any thoughts on this? I have asked them for a copy of Goma's record.