Oxygen Tubing

Oxygen Tubing

$5.00$7.00

Purchase extra oxygen tubing in either 7 ft length or 25 ft length. Our oxygen tubing is compatible with all of our products, including any Oxygen Concentrator, the Buster ICU Oxygen Cage, the Pet Oxygen Mask, and any Oxygen Kit. Just choose your preferred length!
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Sizing for the Pet Oxygen Mask

Small

For cats, pocket pets or dogs under 5 lbs
Depth = 2,” Diameter = 3.5”

Small

For small dogs
Depth = 3,” Diameter = 3.5”

Large

For medium & large dogs
Depth = 2,” Diameter = 3.5”
Measure the length and width of your pet’s snout when determining the correct Pet Oxygen Mask size. You want the mask to loosely fit around their snout.

Which length should I get?

It’s up to you! Each length is compatible with any of our devices/products. Most pet parents use the 7 ft length for the Pet Oxygen Mask and the 25 ft length for the Buster ICU Oxygen Cage.

Selecting the Regulator flow rate

The flow rate is the rate at which the oxygen flows out of the Canister. You can think of it as the “dosage” of oxygen your pet is receiving.

The flow rate is determined by considering your pet’s weight. The flow rate on the Regulator is pre-set to the flow rate given in liters per minute (LPM) and cannot be changed. We will check with your veterinarian that the flow rate you have selected is appropriate before shipping your order.

Please use the chart below to determine the most appropriate flow rate for your pet:
Pet weight Flow rate
00-11 lbs0-22 kgs 0.5 LPM
12-22 lbs 6-10 kgs 1.0 LPM
23-33 lbs 11-15 kgs 2.0 LPM
For veterinarians: flow rate guidelines are given at a dosage of 100mL/kg/min with the Pet Oxygen Mask with the black rubber diagraphm removed being the recommended method of administration.
If your pet weighs more than 33 lbs, consider an Oxygen Concentrator (linked) for home use in order to achieve a more appropriate oxygen flow rate.

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