What is the most accurate blood glucose meter? Is a human meter as accurate as a pet glucometer? And, I don't want to use the device for the lancets. Too much noise for George. George was diagnosed on Sept. 6th of this year. His BG was over 600. Since day one, he has been on 3 units of Lantus, twice a day, given at 7:30 am and 7:30 pm. I feed him immediately before the shots. I leave Fromm dry food plus Fancy Feast dry and Rachel Ray Longevity dry food out overnight. George doesn't seem to like much dry food at all. He will nibble at it. He seems to be very well regulated, but cats can hide the way they feel, as we all know. I previously had 3 cats with cancer. One with Carcinoma of the Trachea, one with Apocrine AND Mammary cancer, and one with Large Cell Lymphoma. Treatment was VERY HARD on all three of them. Don't know if I'd ever put another animal through that. Like I said, George seems to be very well regulated, but 3U seems to be a high amount of insulin twice daily. I know I need a glucometer of some kind. Let me know your thoughts on the most accurate meter.