Our Pawprint Oxygen Cage is the preferred Cage for administering home oxygen therapy to your pet. Our Cages are used in thousands of homes and veterinary practices across the US and Canada. At Pawprint Oxygen, we are committed to providing exemplary customer service and work closely with you and your veterinarian to ensure that your pet is using the Cage safely with appropriate oxygen levels.

Deciding on a Cage for Your Pet

When deciding on which Oxygen Cage for your pet , it is important to keep several things in mind. There are a few different Oxygen Cages on the market, but many of them do not include all of the equipment and essential use guidelines that are required to safely provide oxygen to your pet. Many of these Cages have not been laboratory tested and, as a result, the company providing the equipment is unable to provide recommendations for ensuring appropriate oxygen levels, reducing heat and CO2 buildup, and ensuring that your pet will be comfortable in the Cage. 

Non Veterinary Approved Oxygen Cages

These are examples of non veterinary approved Oxygen Cages that are commonly found online. These Cages do not provide any method for setting the oxygen levels in the Cage and are not built to minimize heat, CO2 buildup and other risks to your pet. Always consult a veterinarian when deciding on the best Cage for your pet, flow rate, and oxygen level to use for your pet.

There are several reasons why the Pawprint Oxygen Cage is the preferred choice for extended home oxygen therapy.

  1. Robust quality and built to veterinary standards
  2. Venturi pieces are included
  3. Guidelines are provided for reducing heat and CO2 buildup
  4. Our customer service team provides individualized attention and care to ensure you are using the Cage appropriately  to provide oxygen to your pet


Robust quality

The Pawprint Oxygen Cage is designed to veterinary standards and is intended to be used for oxygen therapy sessions of varying durations. The Cage consists of a durable metal frame which supports a high quality fabric shell. The fabric shell is made of a clear material. This allows your pet to have greater visibility while they are receiving oxygen therapy, making them more comfortable. A cushioned mat is also included.


Venturi pieces included

Venturi pieces are a critical part of the Oxygen Cage set up. They are responsible for ensuring that the oxygen levels in the Cage stay within a tested range and help to establish adequate air flow into the Cage. The Pawprint Oxygen Cage includes specific venturi pieces that allow you to set the oxygen level in the Cage based on your veterinarian’s recommendation.


Reducing heat and CO2 buildup

Heat and CO2 buildup can create a potentially dangerous environment for your pet. Most Oxygen Cage setups do not include instructions on how to minimize heat and CO2 buildup. The Pawprint Oxygen Cage includes a manual that walks you through the step-by-step process for setting up the Cage to ensure a safe space for your pet. We provide instructions on how to make sure the heat and CO2 levels in the Cage are safe for your pet, and what signs to look out for while your pet is in the Cage.


Superior customer support

Pawprint Oxygen Cages have been used in thousands of homes across the US and Canada. As a result, our support team has seen (and heard) it all. We are here to assist you with any questions you may have, and to help walk you through setup. We even communicate with your veterinarian to help ensure your pet is getting the best care possible. 

If you have any questions about using an Oxygen Cage for pets or about our specific Oxygen Cage, please give us a call at (855) 699-4366 or visit our webpage for Extended Oxygen Therapy. Our team is here to support you, and to help provide your pet with the best possible care.


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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