How to Get Pawprint Oxygen For Your Pet

by | Jan 20, 2023

How to get Pawprint Oxygen At Home

Pawprint Oxygen is prescribed by veterinary prescription only. Prescriptions can be emailed to or faxed to 855-699-3366. Contact your vet to see if they will prescribe your pet oxygen at home.

You can download our Prescription Approval Form and send it to your veterinarian, giving them everything they need to write and send a prescription.

The reason we require a prescription is 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 Pawprint to their clinic.


I have a prescription from my vet, now what?

Now that you have a prescription you can start shopping for Pawprint Oxygen products. There are two main uses for pet’s using oxygen:


1. Emergency or Transport Use

If your pet needs oxygen acutely, for asthma attacks, respiratory distress or to have in case of an emergency we would recommend looking at our portable pet Oxygen Kits.

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Pawprint Oxygen does not provide veterinary advice. The information, including but not limited to, text, graphics, images and other material contained on this website are for informational purposes only. No material on this site is intended to be a substitute for veterinary advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a veterinarian with questions regarding your pet’s health.

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