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Dynarex Hypodermic Thin Wall 20 Gauge Needles, 100 count

Dynarex Hypodermic Thin Wall 20 Gauge Needles, 100 count

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    Super sharp

    By Doreen21 on Sep 9, 2020

    These are so much better than the ones i got from the vet. I like that they are beveled. Is a much longer bevel which makes them more sharp and easy to insert into my cat's skin which is thick. He does not seem to mind this needle as much as the ones from the vet. So far every one that i have used is These are so much better than the ones i got from the vet. I like that they are beveled. Is a much longer bevel which makes them more sharp and easy to insert into my cat's skin which is thick. He does not seem to mind this needle as much as the ones from the vet. So far every one that i have used is perfect. I was worried that they might not be sharp but i do not have to worry with these. Will buy these again and again. … more

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    Great difficulty penetrating skin!

    By EmmBee on Sep 24, 2020

    As a former veterinary nurse, I can tell you these are terrible needles. I tried them for sub-q fluids for my cat with kidney disease. Because we administer the fluids weekly, it's important that the needles are sharp and thin walled for a gentle experience. These say they are, but don't deliver. As a former veterinary nurse, I can tell you these are terrible needles. I tried them for sub-q fluids for my cat with kidney disease. Because we administer the fluids weekly, it's important that the needles are sharp and thin walled for a gentle experience. These say they are, but don't deliver. Terumo is a much better brand. I definitely would not recommend this product for your little ones. … more

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    Great difficulty penetrating skin!

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    As a former veterinary nurse, I can tell you these are terrible needles. I tried them for sub-q fluids for my cat with kidney disease. Because we administer the fluids weekly, it's important that the needles are sharp and thin walled for a gentle experience. These say they are, but don't deliver. Terumo is a much better brand. I definitely would not recommend this product for your little ones.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Dull needles

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    These were a total waste of money. They do not slide in smoothly like the ones I get from my veterinarian. I can't even use them because they hurt my cat. I should have made the one hour round trip to my vet get supplies.

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    Not sharp at all

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    These are the worst needles I've ever used. You have to push really hard to get it in the cat and you feel a pop. It's cruel. Do not buy these.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    terrible quality

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    I have been administering subcutaneous fluids every other day for over a year to my elderly kitty. These DYNAREX 20G needles are terrible!! Unlike other similarly sized needles (some even larger G), these are not sharp enough to pierce the skin without more than normal poke pressure. You can even feel the pop when this mediocre needle pierces the skin. WOULD NOT RECOMMEND!

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