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Bullseye Pillgun


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  • A durable instrument used to administer tablets, capsules and even small boluses of various shapes and sizes to small animals.
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Bullseye Pillgun + Buster Pet Piller With Soft Tip Syringe + Pill Gun
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  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000A86YBQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,172 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

A durable instrument used to administer tablets, capsules and even small boluses of various shapes and sizes to small animals.

Customer Reviews

I thought by the description on the web site that it would be suitable.
MarilynGayle Gross
This makes medicating my cats so easy- they *can't* spit out the pill without swallowing it.
Amy
With the piller gun, I was able to shoot the pill quickly down the back of her throat.
Laura

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Sylvan Wizard on April 30, 2011
Having 2 Intelligent German Shepherds and a Rottweiler can be a challenge when giving them medications. The dogs are too smart, and especially the GSs, they always know/knew I was hiding pills in their food and once they tasted the medicine flavor, they would spit out the pill from inside the hot-dog piece, or whatever cover food I used. The Pill Shooter is the BEST way to go, and, makes giving my pets medicine a confident means that is welcome to both of us. Since my female German Shepherd requires meds EVERY day, she actually comes and sits quietly in front of me. I promise her a treat after the meds, and, I give her 4 pills without any problems. Of course there is the rare errant time I don't get the pill holder end back quick and far enough, and, have to "re-try", but, that is okay by me. Using the Pill Shooter has strengthened our mutual trust and bond, and, she as well as the others know that I ((Dad) is only trying to help them. The tip has NEVER worn out, but, I keep it clean with regualr dish detergent, and, near hot tap water, and, it keeps the rubber tip flexible and able to hold the pills well while not hurting any of my dogs throats. This has made this important aspect of dog-ownership much more satisfying and easy. I suggest all own one, even if pills are not currently needed. When the time comes, it's good to have one in stock and doesn't hurt to have a couple as back up. The price is right, and, it is otherwise priceless when going through the other shenannigans we all have tried before to give our Dogs/Cats pills. Surely a dog/cat owners friend, and, the pets don't mind it much either.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By L. Feldman on September 5, 2007
For many years I used the rubber tipped piller for my cats. The cats I had were fairly co-operative, but I still had a problem because sometimes tiny pill fragments (ever try dividing a Norvasc into 1/4's?)were too small for the tip to hold securly. So my vet suggested loading the meds into empty #3 gelcaps. This worked well until my most recent cat came along. She's not a biter or scratcher, but she is a wriggler. It would often take me several attempts to get the med down her throat becase the pill is so easily knocked out of the piller before the plunger is pressed.

I saw the Bullseye design and was a little skeptical because of the wider width, but for a few bucks, I decided to try it anyway. Wow...what a difference! I haven't missed a shot yet. The big difference is that the pill stays in the syringe's shaft until the plunger expels it. I think the wide barrel is an advantage as well...it goes straight to the back of the animal's mouth without being bumped to the side like the more slender rubber-tipped version would do unless the cat stayed perfectly still. I continue to load the meds into gelcaps...they go down more smoothly and prevent the meds from being tasted.

I am always impressed by a product that offers an improvement over another...at a reasonable price to boot... as the Bull's Eye does.

L
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amy on May 18, 2010
If it would chase the cats up and down the stairs and trim their claws I would be completely unnecessary. This makes medicating my cats so easy- they *can't* spit out the pill without swallowing it. Why haven't I bought one of these before?! Love it!
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By M. Cunningham on September 29, 2008
I've pilled a lot of cats during my lifetime, and this is the best pill gun I've ever used. I originally ordered two but love it so much that I just ordered 20 more to ensure that I have a lifetime supply. This wonderful pill shooter turns the ordeal of pilling into a breeze.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Susan on August 29, 2009
This pill popper is the best on the market. I've pilled many critters in my time and this is by far the easiest to use. I now order them in bulk to share with friends who otherwise wouldn't get medications into their pets. They're so much better than those with flexible tips.

I took one to the vet clinic to pill my cat just before his surgery and even the technician loved it.

i cannot recommend this product too highly.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By I.Peters TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 8, 2008
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For years I had been using the so-called Pet Piller to administer medications to my cats. Recently, one of my cats was diagnosed with a heart murmur and now is on half a beta blocker pill per day. Since this pill is small as it is, cutting it in half makes it very tiny, and the pet piller doesn't really work that well anymore. The pill either falls out again or gets stuck betwen the plunger and the rubberized tip. So based on a favorable review here, I ordered the Bull's Eye.

When I got it, I could tell immediately that the opening was way too big to be able to hold the half-size Atenolol. Trying it out confirmed it - the opening is about 4 times as big as the pill it needs to dispense.

I also found the handling of this piller tedious. The plunger comes out easily (and it has to, because the pill is loaded from the back end) and to actually administer the pill, the piller needs to be held in a certain way with the index finger resting between two "guides", which left me with a lot less flexibility than I needed to successfully use it with my cat (if the opening were small enough in the first place).

I would return it but return shipping would probably cost me more than I paid for it, so maybe I'll just pass it on to someone who needs to give huge pills to their animal.
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