Bottles and nipple specially designed for small and large babies: 2 oz. for
small animals and 4 oz. for larger animals. Bottle feeding allows animal to
refuse formula when full. Nursing action develops facial muscles and stimulates
the normal flow of saliva.
Bottles: Durable enough to stand up to hard use. Marked with graduations to
make monitoring food intake easier and to help prevent over or under feeding.
Nipples: Elongated and balloon styles for longer palates, wildlife and exotic
species. Constructed of durable, flexible silicon that are readily acceptable
Before use make a hole in the nipple using one of the following methods: Cross
cut nipple with a razor blade. Using a strong needle or cuticle scissors, enter
and exit the tip of the nipple as though you were making a very small stich or
snip, pull the needle out removing a small piece of the nipple. Check flow with
water. A steady drip or thin stream should be achieved when a slight pressure
is applied to the nipple. If one or more of the animals is ill use a different
bottle or feed ill animal last. Wash bottle, cap and nipple with hot soapy
water and rinse thoroughly after each feeding session. If animal is too small
or weak to nurse, consult your veterinarian.