by: Steve on January 16, 2023
They have exactly what I want and they ship very quickly. I won't use anyone else. Call me a happy camper!
by: Beebee on December 07, 2022
Our little Pomeranian developed diabetes. We had syringes from Walgreens for years. Everything was fine. Then Walgreens changed the supplier of their generic syringes and suddenly our pup was yelping when I gave her her twice daily shot of insulin. After an internet search I found ADW. They offered brand name syringes, finer and shorter than what we used for our girl. Now both our dog is happier and so am I. I hate hurting our girl. Thank you ADW.
BD Veo Insulin Syringes
by: Robert T on June 15, 2022
Been a diabetic many years and are currently using these needles. Very much satisfied with them.
by: John K on February 10, 2022
These syringes were my first experience with self injection and I can honestly say it was painless. Very pleased with this BD syringe.
by: Barbara C on November 07, 2021
I got these for our small dog's insulin shots. We had syringes from Walgreens that were their own brand but last time they gave us a different one called True Plus. They probably are OK for larger dogs but not for Pomeranians. She yipped almost every time I gave her her two daily shots so I asked my vet for this brand, as it is recommended on several web sites. I asked for a shorter needle, 6 mm instead of 8 mm. The gauge is the same, 31. This seems to be the solution. I hate giving our pup a shot and she hates to get them but neither of us wants her to die so I give her a shot. These syringes make it less painful for both of us.
by: James D on August 16, 2021
The service people are great and easy to work with. Fantastic service.
Best syringes on the market
by: Teresa T on December 20, 2020
I have looked all over for this particular syringe and needle size. I will definitely be ordering from you in the future. I love these!
What to say except best syringes on the market.
by: Ray on May 19, 2020
These are about as pain free as I've found in my 35 years as a diabetic taking multiple shots per day. Length is what is recommended by American Diabetic Assoc.
by: duane p on March 05, 2019
just switched to the larger capacity syringes, they are much harder to push in when loaded with insulin then the 30 unit ones i had before
6 mm needles
by: G Cook on September 13, 2017
these new short needles allow me to insert the needle at a 90 degree angle and not stick my peritoneal muscle. this may not be anatomically correct, but just know that the needle goes thru my skin layers and that's all (unless I push too hard).