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Terumo Hypodermic Needles 18G X 1" (Thin Wall), 100/Box

PostPosted: December 7th, 2014, 11:00 pm
by Barbara
Rating 5
My cat Puma has to have 1.5 fluids a day. I think the 18g is too big and will try using a smaller gauge. I hate when he flinches and cries out. Good thing I didn't pay too much.

Terumo Hypodermic Needles 18G X 1" (Thin Wall), 100/Box

PostPosted: November 26th, 2014, 12:55 pm
by Nancy B
Rating 5
I bought these to give my cat Clee fluids daily. I had 18, 20, 22 g. stored, but I tried 18 guage because my vet used these. I found after 4 mos. of daily infusion of ringers that Glee was becoming uncomfortable. I switched to 20 guage. These seem to be so much better for him. Glee has to have 150 cc per day, so I have to use caution in puncturing his skin. Eightenn id thin, yes, but 20 smaller and I feel that size is better for Glee, even though that takes a little longer. He is so good, and I do do want to ruin tha okay experience for him, as he will be doing this all his life.

Terumo Hypodermic Needles 18G X 1" (Thin Wall), 100/Box

PostPosted: November 4th, 2014, 1:16 pm
by Jo
Rating 5
Thank you for supplying these great needles at an incredible cost and without the hassles of getting a prescription. I give subQ fluids to 2 cats every day and these needles are the best!!

Terumo Hypodermic Needles 18G X 1" (Thin Wall), 100/Box

PostPosted: November 3rd, 2014, 12:38 pm
by jay
Rating 5
Phoebe is only 6 1/2 lbs. These needles are easy on her and move the fluids quickly. Truly Pets got us the needles very quickly.

Terumo Hypodermic Needles 18G X 1" (Thin Wall), 100/Box

PostPosted: August 16th, 2014, 10:39 pm
by Pam
Rating 5
Kennedy needs fluids nightly--what an incredible difference these needles make! They are so thin! I could never go back to the regular needles!!

Terumo Hypodermic Needles 18G X 1" (Thin Wall), 100/Box

PostPosted: March 31st, 2013, 1:12 am
by Julie
Rating 5
These needles are much easier on my cat Scarlet, she needs subcutaneous fluids twice a week!