Lixit Pill Popper, Purple

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Make medicine time a little less challenging with the Lixit Pill Popper. Because many pets have trouble taking their pills, this tool makes it easy to administer their daily dose. With a unique design that can be used dry or wet, the soft and safe applicator tip is flexible enough to fit various pills sizes. For dry use, simply pull back the plunger, insert the pill, and press the plunger to eject the pill towards the back of their throat. For wet use, place the popper into milk or water with the plunger depressed, pull back the plunger, and then follow the same dry steps.

Key Benefits
  • Pill dispenser is ideal for pets who have trouble taking daily medication or as-needed pills.
  • Easily administers pills with or without liquid and the soft and safe applicator tip protects the throat.
  • For dry use, simply pull back the plunger, insert the pill, and press the plunger to eject the pill towards the back of their throat.
  • For wet use, place the popper into milk or water with the plunger depressed, pull back the plunger, and then follow the same dry steps.
  • Flexible tip is made to hold various pill sizes so you only need one. Hand wash only.

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  • Item Number
    109363
  • Dimensions
    4 x 0.85 x 0.5 inches
  • Breed Size

    All Breeds, Large Breeds, Medium Breeds, Small Breeds

  • Lifestage

    Adult, All Stages

  • Made in

    United States

  • Material

    Plastic

Instructions

Dry Use

Pull back plunger and insert pill into white tip. Firmly grasp pill popper with fingers under purple tabs. Hold pet's mouth open and insert pill popper. Place white tip toward the back of the throat. Press plunger to eject pill into pet's mouth.

Wet Use

Liquid such as water or milk can be used to aid in pill swallowing. With plunger depressed, place pill popper into liquid. Pull back on plunger until liquid fills pill popper body. Invert pill popper body and place pill into white tip. Firmly grasp pill popper with fingers under purple tabs. Hold pet's mouth open and insert pill popper. Place white tip toward the back of the throat. Press plunger to eject pill and liquid into pet's mouth.

Hand wash only.

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  • Doesn't work...

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    Have an 18 year old Shiba Inu.....will not take pills with ANY FOOD offered. . started using a pill popper I got at the Vet's office....similar to the Lixit only GREEN......and worked great....when she cooperated...very diffucult to pill....she CHEWED and cracked the barrel every time you pilled her...and she needed 4 pills at one time twice a day.... When I tried the Lixit, the pill would not release from the back and she just spit it out....ordered 5...tried 2...neither worked....so I'm stuck with 3 ....

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  • I still have my fingers

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    My cat has recently needed to start taking medication daily. I'm thinking the vet is nuts if she thinks I can get a pill down this cats throat. I tried every treat in my arsenal and he would find it and spit it out. I crushed it and tried again. Wet cat food, cheese, meat, etc, he could smell it and wouldn't touch it. I then bought this what I call "pill pusher". After a few tries, I've figured out how to hold the cat and how far down his throat I have to get the pusher so he can't spit it back up. He's a stinker that one! This gadget has really helped me give the cat his needed pill.

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  • Weak, hard to dispense

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    Pros: Nice sleek design. Rubber tip holds pills well. Can be used with liquid. Cons very little power to dispense pill to the back of the throat. My cat needs benedryl which has an unpleasant coating if not aimed back far enough and it traumatizes my cat. May have to go back to my work out one. For the price I expected more.

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  • Lixit Pill Popper

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    I thought this device would be a Great Help, since our Heidi is on oral chemotherapy as well as other meds. She takes from 2 - 5 pills daily. HOWEVER, the pliable, white pill holder a the Popper end, has STRETCHED, allowing pills to be DROPPED Before I get them into her!!! So, I'm back to using my THUMB and latex exam gloves. Money Wasted!!! The Lixit Pill Popper POSSIBLY Could be Helpful with Larger Pills.... I DON'T KNOW. Heidi is a small Jack Russell Terrier.

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  • Works ok for cats

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    It's better than nothing. For cats it's a little big and I wish it was rubber coated since the plastic hits her teeth when inserted. The rubber plunger was bent and sometimes will not push the pill out. The pill I give is very small so I am happy it works with it most of the time. Can be used on cats and with small pills.

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  • Great for all size pills

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    This worked well for my big dog but scared the little one's so bad that I never could catch them. I ended up buying an inexpensive pill crusher and putting the medication in their food.

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  • Not as was hoping...

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    One of my cats has had a continual infection since October. Every time he would stop his antibiotics his runny nose would come back within a week or two. We finally hope to have found the correct pill after a culture was taken. The Vet had given me a stronger pill to try; however it is only half of pill and rather tiny. Sometimes when I was using the Pill Popper I realized the pill was not even coming out after a few tries. In addition I would have preferred a smaller long holder that does not also take water since harder to handle than the thin pencil type my vet had. Sometimes it takes me awhile to catch my cat and even though I syringe water down after the pill, I decided I cannot put water One of my cats has had a continual infection since October. Every time he would stop his antibiotics his runny nose would come back within a week or two. We finally hope to have found the correct pill after a culture was taken. The Vet had given me a stronger pill to try; however it is only half of pill and rather tiny. Sometimes when I was using the Pill Popper I realized the pill was not even coming out after a few tries. In addition I would have preferred a smaller long holder that does not also take water since harder to handle than the thin pencil type my vet had. Sometimes it takes me awhile to catch my cat and even though I syringe water down after the pill, I decided I cannot put water in the Pill Popper only because it might take awhile to catch my cat and would not be good for the pill waiting at the end of the dispenser with water and might milk the pill while I was trying to catch the cat. Also had a hard time pilling my cat and thought the Pill Popper might be a good option. Originally he said he would have given me the one that he used which was much thinner after he couldn't even get a pill down my cat, but unfortunately he said it was his only one. I told him I will try to find one but was disappointed when they didn't seem to be too much help with small pills. … more

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  • Lifesaver!

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    My cat has a UTI and the vet prescribed amoxicillin twice a day for 21 days. The capsules seemed huge, and I knew I was not going to be able to shove them down her throat for long. This popper made my life so easy. It takes about 3 seconds to pry open her mouth, put the popper in, release the capsule. The only reason I am not giving it 5 stars is because I do wish the tip were designed a little better to hold the capsule. I think it would be great with smaller pills.

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  • Pet pill injector

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    I love Chewy. Their products are all great quality. The pill injector is great. The only problem is I have a very small cat and the pills I have to give her are so small that they fall out of the injector easily. I would say that if the pills you have to give a pet are no smaller than a pepcid, you will be fine. Unfortunately, I have to give 1/4 tab of a pepcid each day so I am still on my own trying to open her mouth and drop the pill in at the back of her throat.

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  • WORKS GREAT!!

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    Once you get the hang of it, it works perfect. I’m not saying that my dog loves it but she sure does not mind it like she used to.

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