Smooth plunger seal
Durable and Reusable
Encourages Pets to Feed
Won't harm teeth, gums, or cheeks
What are soft feeding syringes?
Soft silicone dispensing tip makes hand feeding liquids, foods, and medicines easy for pets and pet owners alike. Innovet Pet Products created the only hand feeding syringe made with medical-grade silicone to prevent damage to gums, cheeks, and teeth. The durable silicone tips are soft and flexible yet difficult for pets to chew through.
The feeding syringe is perfect for animals of all sizes: from birds to kittens to puppers as big as us. High-quality and rigorously tested to ensure no leaks. The hand feeding syringe is designed for multiple feeding applications and can be used to feed animals things such as milk replacers, medicines, and even canned foods.
How To Use Soft Feeding Syringe?
*Wash Before Using*
- Hold the syringe barrel firmly with one hand
- With the other hand pull the plunger out of the barrel
- Twist the dial until it aligns with the desired mL line indicated on the plunger
- Once completed, add the plunger back to the barrel of the syringe.
- Add the tip of the syringe to the feed you are using for your pet.
- With the tip in the feed, slowly pull the plunger until the 0mL tick on the plunger aligns with the end of the barrel.
- Confirm the measurement of the feed by looking at the dosage measurement on the syringe barrel.
- Slowly push the plunger and feed your pet.
- Hand wash after use.
Eliminate The Risk of Hand Feeding
Aspiration of fluids is the main risk associated with hand feeding. It often takes a while to perfect the rate of pressure to apply on the plunger and the pet’s medical conditions can make this even more difficult.
Turns out there is a really easy way to avoid this. We designed our plungers with a movable dial that will stop the plunger from moving past a certain dosage point. You can choose any dosage point on the dial. This way if you accidentally press all the way down on the plunger, you’ll be stopped from giving too much. This gives you the ability to administer at a slow and steady rate — you’ll just keep rolling the dial up until the syringe is empty.