Lixit Pill Popper, Purple

By Lixit
Rated 2.7299 out of 5 stars
$4.72 Chewy Price
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About This Item


  • 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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Questions & Answers

7 Customer Questions

I read this doesn't work well with SMALL pills. I am looking for something to dispense "Capstar" to 2 Feline 14 Year Old GROUCHY Sisters who just will not eat it in anything I've tried thus far. Anyone tried it with Capstar? Thanks for your help!!! {=^:^=}
Answer by ChewyMar 05, 2018
The Pill Popper has a flexible tip that is made to hold various pill sizes so you only need one.

I’m giving my cat 5 mg of foloxitine will this hold that size pill? You say it’s adjustable how so?
Answer by ChewyNov 19, 2020
This pill popper has a flexible tip made to hold various pill sizes so you only need one.

I know to hand wash the pill popper but how do you take it apart to wash out the residue from the liquid used when giving the pill? Thanks.
Answer by ChewyJul 07, 2018
To clean the inside of the pill popper, you can fill the tube with warm water as you would get ready to use and squirt the water out. Repeat this until the tube is free of residue.

Can this pill popper be taken apart to wash it? If so, how? Thanks!
Answer by ChewyJul 05, 2018
It's recommended to hand wash this pill popper.

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Rated 2.7299 out of 5 stars
348 Ratings
Would recommend to a friend

347 Customer Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Renee on Nov 27, 2023

Doesn’t work well

The Pill Popper doesn’t always work. About 40% of the times I’ve used it (I have two cats on Thyroid meds so they both get a pill 2 times a day). We all know how cats (and their humans) dislike this pill down the throat deal. I like the small size as my hands are small, that’s the reason I bought these (I bought two). Beyond the smaller size, that’s the only thing I like.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Mary on Oct 4, 2023

Completely Useless

Wish I had read the reviews before I added this to my order. After nearly 35 years in veterinary medicine I have never seen anything quite as useless as this pill gun. Even giving a small pill to a small cat is impossible as the flimsy piece of plastic that is supposed to push the pill out just bends and goes past the pill.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Don on Nov 3, 2023

Doesn't work at all

so I put the pill in tried testing it first..Thought I was imagining that the pill was in wrong or didn't fit it well.. NOPE. It's just a worthless item. If you slam it the pill barely pops out.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Kimberly on Sep 10, 2023

useless for large capsules

I really needed a way to administer antibiotic capsules to my dog. All other methods have failed, marshmallows, canned food, cheese, etc. Due to neuropathy in my hands I can no longer just shove them down her throat. Got this pill popper today and was more than disappointed when the tip was too small for the antibiotics.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars