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AlphaTRAK 2 Blood Glucose Test Strips for Dogs & Cats

AlphaTRAK 2 Blood Glucose Test Strips for Dogs & Cats

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    Learning curve

    By MissEarl on Oct 29, 2020

    As a new user & pet parent with a feline companion diagnosed with diabetes, AlphaTRAK couldn’t have made things easier. It is tricky at first, getting the exact amount of blood positioned correctly, but, with practice, this is relatively simple. ONE WORD OF CAUTION: With a NEW container, always check As a new user & pet parent with a feline companion diagnosed with diabetes, AlphaTRAK couldn’t have made things easier. It is tricky at first, getting the exact amount of blood positioned correctly, but, with practice, this is relatively simple. ONE WORD OF CAUTION: With a NEW container, always check Code for dog or cat and reset your monitor accordingly. Don’t know why this changes, but it can save some test strips & frustration. … more

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    Infuriating

    By CatDog on Oct 8, 2020

    Right - I know I'm the only one but please be advised that these strips error out quite often once you've touched the ear and didn't get enough blood on the first try. Maybe your cat is like the ones on the videos that seem like they're in a trance, but my cat really doesn't appreciate getting his ear Right - I know I'm the only one but please be advised that these strips error out quite often once you've touched the ear and didn't get enough blood on the first try. Maybe your cat is like the ones on the videos that seem like they're in a trance, but my cat really doesn't appreciate getting his ear poked. (And don't get me started on the lancet plunger, which we've abandoned.) He's also not a bleeder, so it's a job getting enough blood for the test. But if you don't nail it the first time be prepared to have the test strip then error out on you, just when you're struggling to administer the test. Some days I feel like I'm just pulling one dollar bills out of my wallet and throwing them in the trash. Hopefully your cat is like the ones in the videos. If not, be prepared for frustration. I certainly don't recommend these, but the vet gave us the AlphaTRAK testing device so I don't think we have any choice about the strips. … more

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