Pill Grinder by Ideal
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posted 6 years ago

With all the people in our barn, this got lost. We were using it and it was out of the first aid kit so we had it on a stand. It's small and somehow disappeared. It was nice when I had to give sulfa pills to one mare for her UTI and then it was EXCELLENT when I had to give ulcer medicine to my gelding.

I ended up using a baggie and a hammer to make the pills to powder but then we got some ripped baggies and lost some of the medicine........

I need to get another one of these.

Pros: works

Cons: gets lost

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Rating: 4

Use it for everyone !

posted 6 years ago

I prefer this one because it does a better job on the bigger animal meds. However, this works well on dog and cat tablets also. Sometimes this is so much easier,than trying to hide a pill in a glob of peanut butter or to use a pill gun on a horse.

Pros: Works well

Cons: none

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