UltiCare Insulin Syringes U-100 29 G x 0.5-in are used for the injection of U-100 (100 units per ml) insulin in pets with diabetes. However, it’s important to note that more than one concentration of insulin exists, so be sure that the syringe used matches the type of insulin prescribed for your pet.
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These are very similar to what I got at my Vet for my Diabetic cat & cost less. They work well for us, are easy to read and Chewy always has top notch customer service. I only wish my Vet still dealt with Chewy vs I have to mail in the script myself now. Which isn’t a huge deal but definitely slows down the process of getting them to me. But, I can see where in the process things are when I check the status of my order.
This syringe is exactly the right needle length, dia, and volume for use with a dog with long fur. Human syringes just don't fill the bill.
We have a recently diagnosed diabetic dog. Chewy had the same needles in stock that our vet started us with. Thanks
I had ordered two boxes months ago and had no issues with them. This time, however, I noticed a difference right away. The clear end cap was ridged and felt different from the previous smoother end caps. Not really a problem, but when I tried to fill the first syringe with just the 1cc that my cat needs 2x daily, I had a really hard time because the numbers were much smaller than before and the marks were less obvious. It was definitely much harder to gauge where the line was. I will keep using them, but I will also need to use a magnifying glass to be sure I dose her correctly.
This product I've been getting from my Vet at $10 more. Great price and good needles.
The first batch was fine, but upon receiving the second batch of syringes I realized the cap design had changed. I usually preload 10 syringes at a time. Just as I completed filling the last syringe, I realized that the insulin had been pushed out after inserting the cap. Thereby wasting a lot of very expensive medicine.
Don't waste your money on these terrible syringes. The needle is flimsy and can barely puncture the insulin pen and this also makes it difficult to inject the animal.
These are cheap not like the ones I get from my vet very low quality and breaks before can be used do yourself a favor and do not waste your money
Finding out my cat has diabetes was not easy to hear. So it was nice to know a good place to get his supplies quick. It was easy to order and it was quick to get here. The product was exactly what I need to inject his insulin
I relied on Chewy's "frequently bought with" suggestion... that was a mistake. We need to dose adjust (according to TR [tight regulation] protocol at FDMB) with Lantus as low as .25 that's not feasible with 1 IU markings. Stupid me bought 4 boxes. I'd like to return the 3 unopened ones.