I tried a search but didn't come up with much... Having a lot of problems with the tubing that came with the dispensing gun- cracking and leaking everywhere
Other than going back to the syringe method does anyone have suggestions or a better way to protect feeders from the regumate and easily/accurately dispense the stuff??
There is more than one dispenser available for ReguMate, I believe. The plastic one is beyond useless. I think there is still a metal one available; it is worth looking around.
I wonder if this other type of dispenser would do the job: http://www.valleyvet.com/ct_detail.h...c-f48c70c336c1
Also, if you buy 10 mL syringes by the box they are pretty cheap, if you end up staying with that method.
As Peter, Paul, and Mary say, a dragon lives forever.
Use luer lock syringes. The top of the Regumate bottle is designed to let you screw them on. You do need to get a box full because you'll probably go through about one a week. But, hey, they're cheap compared to the Regumate.
(So glad my vet talked me into switching to Depo-Provera.)
When I was using it, I'd pour it into a much smaller bottle (like an opaque medication bottle), which is easier to handle. Then I could measure by pouring it into a measuring cup and mixing with feed. (Women should wear gloves while handling it.) Agree, what comes with the product is hopeless.