Dynarex Hypodermic Thin Wall 20 Gauge Needles, 1 Inch, 100 countBy Dynarex
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About This Item
Dynarex Hypodermic Needles are thin-walled and sharp to lessen the sting of injections. All needles have a color-coded hub to represent the gauge of the needle and attach to the syringe by either a luer lock or luer slip connection. The needles feature a double bevel for ease of penetration while helping larger doses flow smoothly.
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34 Customer Reviews
I like that they offer the 1” option. But the brand new needles feel dull and are harder to insert than other types. Just get the other brand if you’re on the edge between them.
They do the job
They do the job- I prefer to use the 20G needles for my dog’s SQ fluids because the 18G needles are quite large. They get the job done in a decent amount of time
Bring Back Terumo Needles!
Bring back Terumo 18 gauge x 1 inch needles! As the Dynarex 20 guage are less sharp and have a very slow flow rate! Will be buying my needles elsewhere until Terumos are back in stock.
My cat has renal disease and needs a special diet plus getting sub cutaneous fluids. I have been able to get these from Chewy within 2 days!
Thin wall 20 ga. Needles
The 20 ga. hypodermic needles work just fine. I recommend Chewy for any and all pet supplies.
Sharp, sharp, sharp
These needles are better than the ones I got from the vet. Super sharp and my cat barely feels them going in, and I swear, fluids seem to go faster with these.
Took a chance that I'd get the product that's getting good reviews, but I instead received the very dull needles mentioned in more recent reviews. It was very very difficult to push the needles through my cat's skin and she actually flinched away when it's normally not a big deal for her. I went back to hospital-provided needles and they are much easier to poke through the skin + my cat doesn't flinch. At least in the batch (attached photo) from which my box came from, I can't recommend. I would say you're taking a quality risk if you buy these right now. Make sure to check recent reviews to see if quality improves again.
Everyone is very knowledgeable and helpful, with one exception but who doesn’t have a bad day! I really like chewy. The product is great for me to use on my cat with kidney disease. I do hope chewy has 3/4” needles in the future. 1” are harder to use on a cat.
Good needles at a great price
These needles work great to give my cat subcutaneous fluids!
I got a box of these for giving subcutaneous fluid to our cat but we were having trouble getting the needles through her skin. I found Terumo brand needles of the same size at another store and they are *much* easier to get in our cat, I feel terrible that I subjected her to these dull needles for so long! Attaching these to the IV line works fine, it is just the needle part that is bad.