Want to know if we drop the price on this item?
for an easy email alert!
What are Email Alerts? Learn here.
You may end alerts at any time. | Manage alerts
Needles Recommendations for Vaccines
|25g x 5/8"
|22g x 3/4"
|20g x 1-1/2"
|18g x 1-1/2"
Needles Recommended for Subcutaneous Fluid Therapy
|20g x 1" or 1-1/2"
||for dogs or cats
New York Residents: If you wish to purchase syringes and/or needles your order must be accompanied with a State "Certificate of Need" or a prescription from your veterinarian. In New York state, obtain a certificate by writing:
New York State Department of Health
Bureau Controlled Substances
433 River Street, 5th Floor
Troy, NY 12180
Residents of CA, CT, DE, IL, MA, MN, NH, NJ, NY, OR, or FL residents in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, please ask your veterinarian for a prescription to purchase needles and syringes. Any licensed veterinarian can provide you with a prescription. The easiest way to get a prescription filled is to ask your veterinarian to call us at 1-800-447-3021 or Fax to 800-447-2404 with the prescription information.
Don't feel comfortable vaccinating at home? Visit Vetco at your local Petco for low-cost vaccinations: no office fee and no appointment necessary. Learn more.
How to Dispose of Needles and Syringes
Syringes and needles disposed of improperly are a health hazard to humans and animals.
It is important to dispose of all "sharps" appropriately. "Sharps" include needles, lancets, scapel blades, or other medical instruments that could cause a cut or puncture. Disposing of sharps properly protects anyone who might come in contact with your trash from the risk of injury or infection - this includes family members and sanitation workers. Never throw a loose sharp directly into the trash. Sharps should be placed in a rigid, puncture-resistant container with a secure lid immediately after use. Store the sharps container in a secure location, away from children and pets. When the container is full, seal it, and be sure to label it "Sharps." Each community has specific regulations for handling sharps and other medical wastes. Call your local health department or solid waste management system for the regulations in your area.
Please utilize proper disposal of all "Sharps" including needles, lancets, and scalpel blades. Thank you!
Drs Foster and Smith Articles
|Dog Vaccination Schedule|
|Puppies need to be vaccinated at 5, 6, 9, 12, and then 15 weeks of age to prevent and protect them from potential diseases they may be exposed to. For the majority of puppies and dogs, Drs. Foster & Smith recommend the following:
|Vaccines...What Does My Dog Need?|
|We recommend that you take your puppy or adult
dog to a veterinarian for an initial exam. During
that exam, you might ask what diseases your dog
should be vaccinated for. |
|Canine Vaccine Comparison Chart|
|Listed, our canine vaccine product chart, in helping make your decision of which dog or puppy vaccinations to purchase, at what age to vaccinate, and which disease each vaccine is protected against.|
|See All Articles|