Maverick is currently back at the ER with DKA. He was there pretty exactly 1 month ago with DKA, pancreatitis, possible bowl inflammation, possible triaditis, jaundice, and elevated liver values. He has a history of liver failure in the past (not sure if he had DKA back then also). Anyhow, he was very bad last time and we almost lost him. This time I caught it very early tanks to ketone home test strips. He's now been at the ER for about 10h and are about to get discharged. On the scale he was a +2, but all his other values were normal except for chlorine that was somewhat low, and cholesterol that was somewhat high. He's been on fluids now for about 6h and they want to discharge him because he is eating and doing clinically well (as he did already before I took him to the ER). The problem seems to be that he is not regulating on the insulin and has been consistently high lately. I asked for them to prescribe me a bag of fluids so I can give him that in case he gets dehydrated or tests positive at home for ketones again, but they refuse. What should I think about from now on in terms of feeding, or other precautions to avoid him getting DKA again? I'm not really sure what suggestions I'm asking for, all I know is that Maverick is a really complicated case and being $10000 deep for only this month, we really can't afford him getting sick again. The ER vet is suggesting we consult an internal specialist, but we really can not afford that right now, and I am not interested in putting him through vary invasive diagnostics.