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Bulb Syringe

Pet Size

Don't know your pet's weight?

If you can't get them on the scale, try this super simple method:

  1. Weigh yourself.
  2. Weigh yourself holding your pet.
  3. Subtract the two numbers to get their weight.

Too heavy to hold? Your vet will weigh them if you ask (or may already have it on file if you call).


No Prescription Required

  • Description

    The Bulb Syringe is a trusted and versatile healthcare tool that's a must-have addition to your pet's medical supplies. This simple yet highly effective device is designed to make pet care easier. Crafted with precision and ease of use in mind, the Bulb Syringe has earned its reputation as a reliable solution for various pet healthcare needs.

    Before you buy Bulb Syringe for your pet, it is important that you talk to your vet about its usage and side effects if any.


    Here are some common uses of bulb syringe:

    To clean your pet's ears, start by gently pulling back the ear flap to expose the ear canal. Insert the tip of the ear bulb syringe into the ear canal, being careful not to push too far. Squeeze the bulb to draw out any excess wax or debris. Dispose of the contents and clean the syringe thoroughly after each use.

    For pets suffering from congestion or excessive mucus, the bulb syringe can help clear their nasal passages. Gently insert the tip of the syringe into one nostril and squeeze the bulb slowly to create suction. Release the bulb to remove mucus and repeat on the other nostril if necessary. Clean the syringe thoroughly after use.

    Administering oral medications to pets can be challenging, but the bulb syringe makes it easier. Draw the prescribed liquid medication into the syringe, ensuring you have the correct dosage. Place the tip of the syringe in the side of your pet's mouth, avoiding the back of the throat. Slowly depress the bulb to release the medication. Be patient and ensure your pet swallows the medication.

    If your pet has a minor wound that needs cleaning, the bulb syringe can be filled with a saline solution. Gently squeeze the bulb to irrigate the wound, helping to remove dirt and debris. Always consult your veterinarian for wound care advice.

    In cases where your pet may be dehydrated or not drinking enough water, the bulb syringe can be used to administer small amounts of water or electrolyte solutions orally.


    The primary components of the syringe include bulb, tip, body, capacity, and nozzles.


    When cleaning your pet's ears, never insert the tip too deeply into the ear canal, as this can cause injury.

    Use the syringe gently and avoid excessive suction, which can harm delicate nasal tissues.

    Administer medication slowly and patiently and be prepared for your pet to resist initially.

    Only use the bulb syringe for wound irrigation if you are confident in your abilities, and always follow your veterinarian's advice for wound care.

    Consult your veterinarian before using the syringe for hydration purposes. Be cautious not to force liquid into your pet's mouth, as this can cause choking.

    After each use, thoroughly clean the bulb syringe with warm, soapy water and rinse it well. Allow it to air dry to prevent the growth of bacteria or mold.


    Bulb Syringe is a standalone tool and does not interact with medications or other products. However, it is often used in conjunction with medications prescribed by veterinarians. When using the syringe to administer medications, consult your veterinarian for specific guidance on drug interactions or compatibility.

    Side Effects

    When used correctly and for its intended purposes, Bulb Syringe is a safe and reliable tool that should not cause side effects. However, if you notice any adverse reactions in your pet, such as increased discomfort, pain, or irritation, discontinue use immediately and consult your veterinarian for guidance.

    Product Code : 13467