The vet jet has been around for a while and I think is definitely safer than 
the old stand by needle. They had them at the clinic I interned at in 2008. I 
haven't seen a practice that didn't have one since. I would drive to another 
vet before going back to the needle.


--- On Wed, 11/2/11, Anne Myles <> wrote:

> From: Anne Myles <>
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] New needle-less vaccine for FeLV
> To:
> Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2011, 12:50 PM
> This is the vaccine my C.J. just got
> in the past month.  It's supposed to be about 99%
> effective according to the literature and much safer in
> regard to the chance of vaccine-related sarcoma.  My
> understanding is that it's what vets who keep up with the
> cutting edge are using now.
> I don't know what you mean about "buy it outright" ... it
> requires a special tool called a VetJet to administer --
> kind of shoots it through the skin at high velocity with a
> big pop.  It looks like a cordless drill!
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