@Deb & Wink Me again! Bernie's numbers have been awesome lately, but tonight, she was acting really hungry around +11 and chomping on me. She's a very sassy lady who likes to nibble fingers, so I thought she just was just trying to play at first. Then, she started biting me and running to her testing spot, so I was planning on testing her, feeding her early (around +11.5), and shooting her between +11.75 and her normal time, so long as her PS was good at +11.5. WELL LET ME TELL YOUUU... it was either really good, or really not good I'm leaning towards really good cause she earned herself a reduction, but it was definitely a pucker factor haha! She read 56 and 61 mg/dL (I immediately retested) on the ReliOn, but 41 and 51 mg/dL on her AlphaTrak2 (which has NEVER been lower than the ReliOn; it's always been the other way around). I treated her based on the AT2 numbers, and was initially going to just give her 2 Tbsp of her sister's Blue Buffalo kibble (she was thrilled), but, she started to get shaky while eating it, so I have her 2 blobbish drops of karo with it. She also ate 2 oz of her TikiCat. I retested her at +20m, and she was up to 86 mg/dL on the ReliOn and 90 mg/dL on the AT2. Her +1 was 138 mg/dL on ReliOn and 190 mg/dL on AT2. Hopefully I didn't overshoot with the kibble and land her numbers on the moon come tomorrow morning What do I reduce her to tomorrow? She's sensitive to dose changes, so I have been upping her in fat doses instead of 0.25u (so from 3 to 3f). I combed through the MPM protocol and it says to decrease 0.25u in the first 3-6 months, but 6 months-1 year you can shave a little off the dose instead of a full reduction. She's teetering right on the edge of 6 months... Should I decrease her from 3f to 3, or to 2.75f?