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The box, packaging and shipping was great but nowhere in the listing does it say "not for medical use" nor anywhere on the product does it say "sterile".
If you slip a needle on one of these they won't draw from a vial and they leak all over. If you are looking for something for TRT injections etc. , this is not the correct product despite the listing making it seem so.
You have to carefully read the reviews when looking for the correct syringes for injections. This is the second time I was in a hurry and the second time I wasted money buy syringes on Amazon that had ambiguous listing descriptions.
The syringe is OK but it binds up when dispensing the medication. The plunger binds up so Instead of being able to administer a slow smooth dose, my poor dog gets the last half of a .5ML dose in one final blast.
We have had a very difficult time pilling our cats. Basically, we couldn't do it. We now dissolve the pill in water and put it in these syringes. Now I realize some cats are difficult. Grasp the scruff of their neck and pull their head back. Their mom carried them by the scruff so you are not hurting them. They do not love it, but for us, pilling them was traumatic for us and them. If you don't know what I mean by scruff look up cat scruff. If you look up scruff with just that word you get something entirely different. lol
I uses these to dispense medicine to my cat. My cat bites down when I try to give him his daily medication so I had to find alternative methods. Grinding the pill into a powder then adding liquid was the needed solution. These syringes are perfect for delivering the medicine. They come individually wrapped so there is no need to worry about sanitation. If used multiple times, these syringes will start showing resistance towards dispensing the liquid but I use that as a warning sign that I need to break open a new syringe.
My son had a case of thrush after a round of antibiotics. The free syringe from the pharmacy broke after two uses and the reusable one I bought was a pain to wash and sanitize 4x a day. Found these and Can’t live without them now. Use and toss. We use them for medicine, vitamins, gas drops, etc. Anything easy with a newborn is a win.
I used these to freeze breastmilk in for cuts, scrapes, pink eye, etc. and theywirked really well! I did think they came with caps, but they did not. Probably my error! These were the best price I could find!
I use these for feeding baby animals (permitted rehabber). They were a great price but I wouldn’t have chosen these had I known they were individually wrapped in plastic. I go through enough plastic with the disposable syringes already