He was at 650 this am, so I did give .25. With my pressure, there are 28 drops in .25. They are really little drops that don't form and hang at the top, they just rapidly slide down the needle. Is that how they normally do? Whoever did the pictures to get it to stay at the top was really really good. I have ordered a syringe magnifier and magnifing clip-ons for my glasses. You will also see a / with two numbers starting today. I'm comparing the meters (AlphaTrak2/ReliOn Ultima) to see if I feel comfortable switching to the ReliOn meter. As many times as I feel I have to check Xuxu, the AlphaTrak2 strips are getting prohibitively expensive. I think his number is higher today because I ran out of azithromycin 2 days ago. He's already sneezing and has a really thick gunk in his eyes. He's on orbax too, but while that neatly took care of his UTI, it doesn't seem to help his URI. The gunk is really strange, really thick, white, doesn't come out easily. My vet said it indicated a more systemic infection. Anyway, the zithro takes care of it, but it also is very expensive. So we are going to try Clavamox and see if that does as well for him. So I'm going to try split dosing this evening. I'll do a nadir on him to double check how low the .25 takes him. It seems to drop him about 400 of 14U per drop. so that would be 250. If that is correct, I might try doing just 5 drops to see how much further down he goes. The PZI seems to react immediately, there is no delayed reaction.