Oxygen Kit for Cats
$225.00 – $295.00
Our Oxygen Kits for Cats are the perfect solution for pet owners who want to be prepared in case of an emergency, during transport to a care facility or want to administer Oxygen to a pet at home with a health condition.
Portable Oxygen Canisters
PureVent Pet Oxygen Mask
Oxygen Flow Regulator
Important: Next Day Air not available for products containing Oxygen Canisters, per O2 shipping regulations, ground shipping only.
Oxygen Kit for Cats 0-11 lbs: includes 3 Oxygen Canisters, 1 PureVent Pet Oxygen Mask (Size Small), 7 ft Oxygen Tubing, 1 Regulator (0.5 LPM), and an EVA Travel Case.
Oxygen Kit for Cats 11+ lbs: includes 6 Oxygen Canisters, 1 PureVent Pet Oxygen Mask (Size Small), 7 ft Oxygen Tubing, 1 Regulator (1.0 LPM), and an EVA Travel Case.
Portable, Safe, Rescue Oxygen - when your pet needs it.
Packed in our EVA Hardcase, your kit comes with lightweight Oxygen Canisters, Regulator, Tubing and PureVent Oxygen Mask
Portable, Safe, Rescue OxygenWhen your pet need it most.
Life-Saving Oxygen at your fingertips.
As humans, we’re prepared for house fires, scraped knees, and bumped heads – but what about our pets? Keep a kit at home or in your car to use in case of an emergency and always be prepared with Pawprint.
Keep a kit in your car to administer Oxygen on the way to a Care Facility – supplemental Oxygen can give your pet extra time they need on the way to help.
Treat conditions like congestive heart failure (CHF), collapsing trachea, laryngeal paralysis and more – all at home. Our kits can be used for smoke inhalation or asthma attacks as well.
Designed with your pet in mind
Our patented tri-vent design mitigates CO2 rebreathing and maximizes oxygen uptake. A polycarbonate base combined with a silicon grip ensures comfort and durability.
For your pet’s comfort
Easily Administer Oxygen
Reduces cO2 up to 80%
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a prescription for this product?
Yes, we require a prescription for any oxygen source, which includes Pawprint Oxygen Canisters, Oxygen Kits, and Oxygen Concentrators.
Just enter your veterinarian’s information during checkout and we’ll contact them and get the prescription. If you already have a prescription you can upload it during checkout.
Orders ship out as soon as we receive and validate your prescription, typically 24-48 hours after your place your order.
Do I have to use the entire Oxygen Canister at once?
How Long Will Each Pawprint Oxygen Canister Last?
Pawprint Oxygen Canisters can last up to 30 minutes. How long the canisters last are dependent on the flow rate prescribed by your veterinarian. The flow rate is the “dosage” of the oxygen drug and determines the rate at which the oxygen gas leaves the canister.
The regulator is a part of the Pawprint Oxygen Kit and is what dictates the flow rate. Pawprint Oxygen will provide you with a regulator that is pre-set to the flow rate prescribed by your veterinarian.
The duration of each 15L Canister depends on the Regulator:
0.5 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 30 minutes
1.0 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 15 minutes
2.0 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 7.5 minutes
3.0 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 5 minutes
The duration of each 10L Canister depends on the Regulator:
0.5 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 20 minutes
1.0 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 10 minutes
2.0 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 5 minutes
3.0 LPM Regulator – each Canister will last 3.3 minutes
The attending veterinarian is responsible for determining the appropriate flow rate. Flow rate determination is typically based on your pet’s weight, condition, and medical history.
How do I place the Pet Oxygen Mask on my pet?
Hold the mask 6 inches from your pet’s face and start the flow of oxygen. Slowly place the mask over your pet’s nose, giving them time to acclimate to the oxygen flow and the presence of the mask.
If your pet resists, and you are using a mask with a black rubber diaphragm, removing the rubber diaphragm on the end of the mask may help your pet accept the mask. Most pets accept the mask once they feel the effects of the oxygen.
*pet tip* pets inherently need some time to get used to the oxygen mask, they typically will not fight you during an episode but to get them used to the mask add some peanut butter or a treat inside the mask to practice!
Can Pawprint Oxygen Canisters be refilled?
Our Oxygen Canisters cannot be refilled. You may start and stop oxygen flow as many times as you would like. Once the Oxygen Canister is empty, it should be recycled as any aluminum can in your standard blue recycling bin or according to your local guidelines. You can reorder Oxygen Canisters with a valid prescription.
Aren’t oxygen tanks dangerous? What makes your Canisters different?
The Pawprint Oxygen Canisters are small enough to hold in your hand and are under 1/10th the pressure of a large oxygen E-tank. They are lightweight and completely safe to use at home and in the car.
As they are under much less pressure, the Canisters are also safe in the heat (up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit) and cold, so they will remain safe to use, even if your package is left outside!
Oxygen is not flammable, but it is an accelerant, so we suggest keeping your Canisters away from open flames. The same as any aerosol can, do not puncture the Canister. The Canisters are rated safe to ship via UPS Ground by the Department of Transportation.
What is the shelf life of the Pawprint Oxygen Canisters?
Pawprint Oxygen Canisters have a shelf life of 2 years. It is still safe to use the oxygen canisters past the expiration date, as the 2-year shelf life covers the canister itself more than the oxygen it contains. We recommend testing to make sure your canister contains 10L of oxygen past the expiration date, as past that time, the pressure seal on the canister is not guaranteed. You can use the pressure gauge on your regulator to test whether the canister is still full, which indicates that your pressure seal is intact.
If you are unsure whether your Pawprint Oxygen Canisters are expired or if you have any questions, please call us at 855-699-4366. Please have your canisters with you while calling, as the Pawprint Oxygen Team Member will need the lot number printed on the bottom of each canister.
What is your return policy on unused Oxygen Canisters?
Within 30 days of your purchase, we can refund unopened packages minus a 20% restocking fee. Once the seal is broken, due to federal shipping regulations we are unable to accept returns. Many vet’s offices, hospitals, and shelters are happy to take these items as a donation.
Can you explain Regulator emptying speed?
As the canister releases pressure, initially your canister will seem to empty very fast since it starts at full and the pressure is high. As the canister empties, and the pressure is reduced, the emptying speed will slow down.
Please be aware that each flow rate dictates how fast each canister will empty. A 0.5LPM (Liter Per Minute) flow will empty a 10L canister in 20 minutes, and a 15L canister in 30 minutes. A 1.0LPM flow will empty a 10L canister in 10 minutes, and a 15L canister in 15 minutes. A 2.0LPM flow will empty a 10L canister in 5 minutes, and a 15L canister in 7.5 minutes. And a 3.0LPM flow will empty a 10L canister in 3.3 minutes, and a 15L canister in 5 minutes.
The regulator emptying speed will be fast at first, and then slow down, so don’t be alarmed if the dial reads halfway ’empty’, but it hasn’t been halfway through your canister emptying time. As the canister pressure lowers, the emptying speed lowers as well, so that each canister lasts its allotted time depending on the flow rate and canister size.
The Reviews Are In
When I first got it I had my vet come by to show me how to use it correctly. Very easy to operate. Just needed to know the setting which I was surprised to know it needs to be on 5 which is the highest setting. I just hope it doesn't need to be increased as time go on because it's at the highest now. You need to run it for 15 minutes beforehand so that it will fill up. Once your puppy is inside you need to unzip and leave it open on top 6 inces so her carbon monoxide escapes. At first my dog was content until my son stuck his hand inside to pet her. Having a very smart dog she was able to stick her head out and escape lol. Now I put her soft blanket with her move the zipper opening to the side and watch her for 45 mins as she falls asleep and loves it! Best thing I could have bought for her. The cage folds up into a narrow case and the oxygen is the size of a small suitcase. This will be easy to travel with when we drive to Florida this Feb. She has copd and pulmonary hypertension and now her trachea collapses. Although she is very active and keeps up with her brother if I can give her a better quality of life for however long with this oxygen.......it is well worth it. Thank you 💜
Ordered the portable canister kit and it arrived so quickly. We used it late at night when needed during episodes that didn’t necessarily warrant a hospital run since we also purchased the concentrator and cage. We took them everywhere we went just in case. Highly recommend!
My dog has heart and breathing problems. This lead him to requiring oxygen therapy. The Pro 5 was instrumental in accommodating the needs of his therapy. It is reliable and reasonably quiet. I fervently recommend it for any pet or small animal needing oxygen therapy.
Wonderful product, great quality, and well worth the money. I saved a lot of money at the vet with this purchase - Thank you, Pawprint team!
My rabbit had a respiratory infection and had to spend a few days at the vet in an oxygen tent (at $200/day plus boarding!) After that, I decided to purchase the same setup my vet uses (Oxygenator Pro 5 + medium size tent) to have on hand at home, in case of emergencies.
Sure enough, the respiratory infection came back right before a holiday weekend. Rather than stress out my rabbit with a one-hour drive to the nearest emergency rabbit clinic and leave him there until the vet opened, I was able to keep him in the oxygen tent at home where I could keep an eye on him and he could stay with his bond mate.
The zippered door allowed me to leave an opening for him so he could come and go as he pleased, and he seemed to understand that being in there helped him breathe easier. He would come out to eat and use the litter box and then go back inside. By the end of the long weekend, he was doing better and didn't need to be in the tent much.
It takes time to get this because you need a prescription from your vet and my shipping took about 10 days, so it's best to purchase one in advance if you have an animal with respiratory issues and not wait until you actually need it. It may seem a little pricey, but at $200/day at the vet, it pays for itself in 6 days, and the peace of mind is priceless. I had a cat who died from respiratory disease and her final days were spent by herself in an oxygen tent at the vet when I really wanted to be there with her. Knowing one of my rabbits has a respiratory problem, I never want to go through that again.
My only caveat is, a rabbit can chew through the plastic door. If you have rabbits, you know what I mean.