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- Pill Gun makes it easy to give your pet medications
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This piller is so easy that, I kid you not, he ends up purring after I give him the pill precisely because there's no gagging my him and not much fuss by me. Tip head up, force the mouth open, stick the thing way back in his mouth, release, and pet the bottom of his mouth to make sure he swallows. Then kiss his head and listen to the purring start, because he knows how awful it is for both of us to have me try to hand-feed him pills.
Also it's dirt cheap and lasts forever.
The piller is excellent; it's made for smaller animals, like cats. I prefer to give pills over liquid medication to our cats, but cats can be very hard to medicate. Cats are as quick as lightning and since they don't have longer muzzles, like most dogs, it's hard to hold their upper jaw open to get the pill down. You need something long and quick, especially since we have a couple of cats that would give Tasmanian Devils a run for their money.
The piller is long, which allows me to keep my hand well away from those sharp teeth; it's thin, so it doesn't scare my guys or make them choke like the Bullet Pill Gun. I have very small hands, and I have an easier time using this piller than the bullet.
Since our guys were street urchins, they suffer from viruses that cause chronic upper respiratory infections. At all times, there is at least one animal on antibiotics; right now I have 3 cats on antibiotics, two are small kittens that we found on the street. The piller is thin and long; as a result I'm able to easily pill the tiny 5 week old kitten without sending him into a panic. My older cat, who I've always had trouble pilling, almost sleeps through getting his pill.
For those of you with small hands, hold the unit so that the piller crosses your palm, with the pill end pointing toward your wrist. Place your index finger on the plunger, and hold the piller with your thumb and other fingers. Quickly open your pet's mouth and put the pill at their throat and gently, but quickly depress the plunger with your index finger. It dispenses the pills so quick and accurately, that there is minimal reaction from the pet. When I first gave a pill to the tiny kitten with the Bullet, he panicked and gagged; with this piller he takes his pills easily, with no trauma.
I like it so much, I'm ordering a couple more to keep on hand.
A real finger saver, this is invaluable for giving pills to dogs or cats with the least amount of stress to either the human or pet! The soft rubber end allows you to quickly shove the pill far to the back of the throat, where hopefully it will be swallowed instead of turning into a projectile that ends up on the floor (my dog is a master of that), without hurting their throat. It is long enough that it could easily be used on nearly any size dog.
I was given one by my vet about 16 years ago. The rubber end finally got so old and worn out that it would not hold small pills tightly, so I finally decided to treat myself to a new one. I kept it as a spare, the idea of not being able to find this when I need to give a pill... well, that is sure to immediately launch me into a panic!
So do yourself and your pet a favor. No more traumatic struggles to get a pill down, no more trying to hide pills into an assortment of goodies, hoping that one will go down so fast that they won't realize there is a pill, only to later find the pill neatly spit out onto the floor. Get yourself one of these pill guns and they will have the pill down before they know it!
This device - our daughter told us about it - allows you to have a holder for the pill that is pushed into the back of the cats mouth and then inserted with a satisfying push of the plunger (no cats were harmed in the use of this device). Fast, no bleeding (by us) and the pill gets in the the cat without any harm to the animal. Everyone is happy.
Don't know if you'd need it for a dog. We just told the lab it was food and he was happy. Toss it to him, he'll catch it, swallow it, and then ask what it was…