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Alice L. & Tinker
I can’t thank Pawprint Oxygen enough for saving my dog’s life (literally)! My dog has a collapsed trachea that cannot be stented so the Internal Vet prescribed this to provide some extra relief. I have been using this every day whenever she is having difficulties breathing on her own.
Jackie S. & Scout
I am so thankful that our vet told us about Paw Print Oxygen. It enables us to give Ricky, our 13-year-old Havanese with CHF, the relief he needs much quicker than taking him to the emergency hospital. An added bonus is that it costs a lot less than a hospital visit.
Amy M. & Bear
I cannot recommend Pawprint Oxygen enough! I have a 13-year-old beagle that has had seizures since she was about 2. Normally, when she has them, she is in active convulsions for 4-5 minutes. I have a friend who is a flight nurse who suggested oxygen. Her seizures have decreased in duration and her recovery time is much faster since we started using Pawprint Oxygen.
When do pets need Oxygen?
Respiratory distress can happen anywhere, brought on by anxiety, heat, exercise, or chronic conditions like heart failure, asthma, collapsed trachea, and laryngeal paralysis.