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Terumo Needles 20G x 1" [Regular Wall], 100/Box

Terumo Needles 20G x 1" [Regular Wall], 100/BoxFeaturing a translucent hub and regular bevel, Terumo needles are known for extreme sharpness. They are ground and honed with a unique double-bevel design to provide a comfortable injection.

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Terumo Needles 20G x 1" [Regular Wall], 100/Box

Postby Elaine » August 10th, 2014, 7:02 pm

Rating 5
After 20 years of caring for foster and my own cats, at last a needle they deserve! They slide in like butter.
Note to all: hang the bag as high as possible for a fast flow whatever size needle.
Very good company and quick delivery. Pleased to recommend. Thank you

Elaine
 

Terumo Needles 20G x 1" [Regular Wall], 100/Box

Postby Giselle » February 1st, 2014, 4:43 pm

Rating 5
My cat was resisting using the same type of small gauge needles that I got from my vet recently. I have been giving her fluids for the last 3 months and she just recently started to hate getting the fluid injections to alleviate her dehydration from her kidney failure. She finally took to these however, even though they seem to be the same gauge as the vet brand. Would order again.

Giselle
 

Terumo Needles 20G x 1" [Regular Wall], 100/Box

Postby CK Florida » July 7th, 2011, 2:27 pm

Rating 5
This helped so much to alleviate discomfort with our 20-year-old kitty who has kidney issues and needs SubQ fluids every few days. It's amazing what a new needle does. Now we only use them a couple times and get a new one. She fussed before and is much better now. These are great and shipped very fast. Thx!

CK Florida
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Puff » June 28th, 2010, 2:34 pm

Rating 5
I thought that it would go slower than than the larger needles from the vet but it feels like the fluid flows more smoothly and quickly.

Puff
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Maria » May 11th, 2010, 8:27 pm

Rating 5
My vet gave me a larger gauge that hurts my cat when going in his skin. My cat does not even flinch when I give him his subcutaneous fluids. These are great. Everyone should use 20 gauge, it takes a little longer but your pet will love you for it.

Maria
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Kelly » April 28th, 2010, 4:50 pm

Rating 5
Great quality needle. Much easier to use and cheaper than I was getting from the vet.

Kelly
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Al » March 9th, 2010, 4:00 pm

Rating 5
My cat has been receiving subcutaneous fluids for a year.As his skin has toughen, the monoject needles needed additional force to penetrate. These needles are vastly superior;easy, nearly painless insertion.Shipping was amazingly fast too.

Al
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Lori » October 19th, 2009, 5:01 pm

Rating 5
I bought these to give subcutaneous fluids for my cat. They are wonderful needles, very sharp and the fluids flow rapidly. Also petstruly shipped them incredibly fast, I couldn't believe how quick I got them!

Lori
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Pat » July 23rd, 2009, 9:33 am

Rating 5
Terumo needles are excellent. I use this brand for insulin and subcutaneous fluids. My cats don't mind the entry in the skin.

Pat
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby P SWOPE » May 25th, 2009, 9:30 am

Rating 5
I would not use ANY other needle for subcutaneous fluids for my cat. He has had CRF for 6 years and he is 20. They are the sharpest!

P SWOPE
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Ellen » May 22nd, 2009, 10:20 am

Rating 5
We have found Terumo needles to be top-quality. Our first experience with Terumo was insulin syringes we used for our diabetic dog. These needles seem to induce the least pain upon entry through the skin. We find the same with the thin-wall needles that Terumo makes for administering subcutaneous fluids. We are using them for our kidney-compromised cat.

Ellen
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Bob » May 22nd, 2009, 10:07 am

Rating 5
These needles caused my cat much less distress than the Monoject needles supplied by my Vet.

Bob
 

Needles (Terumo) 20 gauge x 1 in., 100/box

Postby Pam » March 10th, 2009, 12:29 am

Rating 5
I discovered these needles through another website reference and have found them to be much easier to use with my cat. They truly make the whole procedure less invasive and much more tolerable for the both of us.

Pam
 



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