(also posted in Main forum, but was recommended to post here too) Hi again all - and sorry for posting again, but Rocket has me a bit confused and I'd like some of your input. I don't have a ton of data like a lot of you, but his spreadsheet was very scary and angry looking when we first started testing about a month ago. His insulin dose has been raised by half units since his diagnosis in Feb, and he's now on 4.5U of Prozinc 2x/day. I haven't been able to get many overnight readings, but I've tested him 2 hours before his AM shot for the last three days. Yesterday those numbers were 144, today 156 (PM +10). I work evenings, so his shot times are 11:00/11:00, which means I feed him a half can around 9 am when I get up (in this case at testing time), then do the real test-feed-shoot at 11:00. Which makes it hard to figure out his BG, I know. But I'm wondering what those low numbers in the morning could mean. He had dental work done a week ago (cleaning, gum infection cleared up, but no extractions). Is it possible his dose is too high now? That would be fantastic... anyone have experience with something like this? Edit: his numbers still reach the 400s in the later part of the day (and yesterday, 461 at shot time two hours after the 144). I'm just trying to figure out if this is normal, or some kind of bounce. It doesn't seem normal! Adding since last post -- his pre-shot test two hours later this morning was 286, which is still lower than what he usually is at that point. So I only ("only?") gave him 4 instead of 4.5 units this morning, and am keeping a close watch on him today. I hope some of you have some thoughts/advice. I do plan on giving his vet this data when I have another day or two logged.