Extended Oxygen Therapy
We offer FDA-approved Oxygen Concentrators and Oxygen Cages for pets that require extended oxygen therapy at home. Fast delivery and compassionate support guaranteed.
- 5 LPM and 10 LPM models available
- Veterinary Prescription Required
Buster ICU Oxygen Cage
$300 – $600
- Small ($300): 18″x13″x13″
- Medium ($400): 24″x18″x18″
- Large ($600): 44″x26″x26″
Pet Oxygen Mask
- Small, Medium, and Large sizes
- Equipped with 6ft oxygen tubing
- Dual Vented for CO2 and heat release
For Pet Parents
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The Oxygen Concentrator
What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
An Oxygen Concentrator is a device that filters oxygen from the surrounding air to deliver high purity oxygen (>90%). Our Oxygen Concentrator plugs into a standard wall outlet and delivers oxygen at continuous flow rates up to 5 Liters Per Minute.
Administering Oxygen Therapy
The Oxygen Concentrator can be connected to an Oxygen Cage or a Pet Oxygen Mask. The flow rate may be adjusted between 1-5 Liters Per Minute. Your veterinarian will determine the appropriate flow rate based on your pet’s needs and the delivery method.
Directions for Use
- Remove the Oxygen Concentrator from the package and plug the power cord into a 120V wall outlet. Make sure the device is at least 6 inches from the nearest wall.
- Press the power switch to turn the device ON. Oxygen will start flowing immediately.
- Adjust the flow rate using the knob on the front of the device.
- Connect one end of the oxygen tubing to the green oxygen outlet port on the device.
- Connect the other end of the oxygen tubing to an Oxygen Cage or Pet Oxygen Mask.
- Make: Drive-DeVilbiss
- Model: 525DS
- Flow Rate: 1-5 Liters Per Minute
- Weight: 36 lbs (includes wheels for easy movement)
- Dimensions: 13.5″ x 12″ x 24.5″
- Warranty: 3 Years
- Power Source: Standard Wall Outlet (120V)
- Outlet Pressure: 8.5 psig
- Average Power Consumption: 310 Watts
- Alarms: Audible and Visual high/low pressure, low flow, low oxygen, power fail, Oxygen Sensing Device
The Oxygen Cage
The Buster ICU Oxygen Cage
The Buster ICU Oxygen Cage allows pet owners to adminster oxygen therapy to their pet at home. Featuring a durable metal frame and a PVC-lined interior for visibility and easy cleaning, it is the standard for home oxygen delivery.
The Oxygen Cage is available in 3 sizes:
- Small: 18″ x 13″ x 13″
- Medium: 24″ x 18″ x 18″
- Large: 44″ x 26″ x 26″
Each Oxygen Cage comes equipped with a 6 piece venturi set for adjusting oxygen purity, a nebulizer, a soft matteress bottom, a cooling pack, and oxygen tubing.
The Buster ICU Oxygen Cage requires an Oxygen Concentrator capable of generating 5 liters per minute of continuous oxygen flow. Pawprint Oxygen Canisters may NOT be used as an oxygen source for the Buster ICU Oxygen Cage.
Directions for Use
- Remove the Oxygen Cage from the case.
- Undo the plastic clips on each side.
- Raise the metal bars to the top of the cage and pull back on the spring loaded parts to connect the metal bars along the top of the cage.
- Insert the foam mat on the bottom of the cage.
- Connect the oxygen tubing to the plastic “T” piece and insert the “T” piece into the oxygen port on the cage.
- Connect the other end of the oxygen tubing to the outlet port on the Oxygen Concentrator.
- Adjust the flow rate knob to 5 LPM and allow the Oxygen Concentrator to run for 15 minutes.
- After 15 minutes, place your pet inside the Oxygen Tent and close all of the zippered openings. The Oxygen Concentrator should still be running at 5 LPM.
- After an additional 15 minutes, decrease the flow rate of the Oxygen Concentrator to the flow rate recommended by your veterinarian. The flow rate should not be set below 2 LPM when using the Oxygen Cage.
Each Buster ICU Oxygen Cage includes:
- 1 x Carry Case
- 1 x Buster Kennel Mat
- 6 x Venturi – Fittings that allow the user to adjust the oxygen concentration inside the Oxygen Cage. Fittings for 24%, 28%, 35%, 40%, 60%, 100%.
- 1 x Nebulizer
- 1 x T-piece
- 1 x Cap
- 1 x 2.1 meter oxygen tubing
- 1 x Ice Pack
Is extended oxygen therapy right for my pet?
Extended oxygen therapy is for pets that require more than 1 hour of oxygen per day, or for pets that require a higher oxygen flow rate than can be provided by Pawprint Oxygen Canisters.
Download our RX Form below and consult with your veterinarian to determne if extended oxygen therapy is right for your pet.
Extended oxygen therapy
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a prescription for an Oxygen Concentrator?
Yes, we require a prescription for any oxygen source. This includes Pawprint Oxygen Canisters and Oxygen Concentrators.
Prescriptions can be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 855-699-3366. You can download our RX Form and send it to your veterinarian, giving them everything they need to send us a prescription.
We require a prescription to ensure that your animal is getting the best care possible. If your veterinarian does not currently offer Pawprint Oxygen, we are happy to contact them and discuss the benefits of adding it to their clinic.
Are there different types of Oxygen Concentrators?
There are several types of Oxygen Concentrators, however, not all Oxygen Concentrators are effective for administering oxygen to your pet.
If you are using an Oxygen Cage, your Oxygen Concentrator needs to be able to produce at least 5 liters per minute (LPM) of continuous flow medical grade oxygen to support a safe environment for your pet. Non-FDA approved concentrators as well as Portable Oxygen Concentrators will not be able to produce 5 liters per minute of high purity oxygen.
Non-FDA Approved oxygen devices can be misleading and/or ineffective. Many of them fail to provide adequate oxygen purity at higher flow rates, which can be potentially dangerous for your pet. A prescription is required for all FDA-approved oxygen concentrators, so if you find a device from a seller that does not require a prescription, it is either not FDA approved or the seller is operating illegally.
Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POCs) are a type of Oxygen Concentrator that typically weigh less than 10 lbs and operate on a battery power source. Generally, POCs CANNOT be used for pets because they use “pulse dose” instead of “continuous flow” to deliver medical grade oxygen to patients. Pulse Dose is not capable of producing enough oxygen to fill the space of an Oxygen Cage or a Pet Oxygen Mask.
What size Oxygen Cage is best for my pet?
Our most popular size is the Medium Buster ICU Cage. If your pet is on the border between sizes, we recommend getting the next size up. Oxygen Cages are non-returnable once opened so it is important to get the correct size the first time.
We support and carry all three Buster ICU sizes. The dimensions can be found here:
Small: 18” x 13” x 13” Best for pets under 5lbs
Medium: 24” x 18’ x 18” Best for pets under 30lbs
Large: 44’ x 26’ x 26” Best for pets under 80lbs
How long do I keep my pet in the Oxygen Cage?
This will depend on your pet and their medical condition. Your veteriniarian can provide initial recommendations to address your pet’s individual needs.
Be sure to check on your pet frequently to make sure that they are comfortable. You should never place your pet inside the Oxygen Cage without supervision.