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Monoject 412 Curved Tip Syringe, 12 cc, Single Syringe

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Item #: 1010696
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Monoject 412 Curved Tip Syringe, 12 cc, Single Syringe is a durable plastic syringe that is used to infuse anal glands and abscesses. Please note we are unable to accept returns of syringes or needles. We are unable to ship this product to the following states: NH and NY.
  • Made from high quality plastic
  • Latex-free
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Product Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
5.00
Customer Reviews: 3
review for Monoject 412, curved tip syringe
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Location:
Washington State
Review Date:
1/20/2013

I could not live without this curved neck syringe, I always have at least one dog that refuses pills, so I crush up the pills, and add water/broth and squirt it into the throat.
Latex free
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Author:
Location:
Gresham, OR
Review Date:
10/19/2012

I am highly allergic to latex and am always glad to find quality products without latex in them.
Syringe 12 cc, Curved-Tipped, Monoject, One
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Location:
Florida
Review Date:
8/12/2010

We have found that curved tip works well for giving animals their medicine. You just get the tip around the corner of their mouth and squirt a little. The have to lick it up and it works very well. We have not tried this product for the purpose mentioned above infuse anal glands and abscesses. This syringe is easy to use and can be reused numerous times.
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