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The Mindful Use of Oxygen Concentrators

The Mindful Use of Oxygen Concentrators

What is an Oxygen Concentrator? An Oxygen Concentrator functions by concentrating room air into high purity oxygen gas at continuous flow rates. The Oxygen Concentrator is commonly used with a Pet Oxygen Mask or an Oxygen Cage to provide oxygen to a pet. While either...

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On The Go with Pawprint Oxygen Canisters!

On The Go with Pawprint Oxygen Canisters!

Pawprint Oxygen Canisters are a safe and easy way to provide oxygen therapy to your pet during transport! Canisters can be quickly utilized to assist in transporting a pet who is experiencing respiratory distress. Having oxygen on hand can help to ensure that your pet...

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Oxygen Use for Respiratory Conditions in Pets

Oxygen Use for Respiratory Conditions in Pets

There are a handful of basic pathologies that lead to hypoxemia (low level of oxygen in the blood).  Pathologies that may cause hypoxemia  A decreased amount of oxygen in the environment   Hypoventilation (not being able to get enough air in and out of the lungs)...

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Recognizing Respiratory Distress in Pets

Recognizing Respiratory Distress in Pets

A pet owner using Pawprint Oxygen's Transport and Rescue system to provide oxygen therapy to her dog. The portable system allows pet owners to safely administer oxygen therapy at home and during transport. Considering that pets cannot communicate when their medical...

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Using Both Portable and Stationary Oxygen Therapy for Your Pet

While there are several differences between the Pawprint Oxygen Canisters and Oxygen Concentrators, some pets may benefit from having access to both. Oxygen Concentrators can provide an effective at home option for providing oxygen therapy over a longer time period....

The Mindful Use of Oxygen Concentrators

What is an Oxygen Concentrator? An Oxygen Concentrator functions by concentrating room air into high purity oxygen gas at continuous flow rates. The Oxygen Concentrator is commonly used with a Pet Oxygen Mask or an Oxygen Cage to provide oxygen to a pet. While either...

On The Go with Pawprint Oxygen Canisters!

Pawprint Oxygen Canisters are a safe and easy way to provide oxygen therapy to your pet during transport! Canisters can be quickly utilized to assist in transporting a pet who is experiencing respiratory distress. Having oxygen on hand can help to ensure that your pet...

Oxygen Use for Respiratory Conditions in Pets

There are a handful of basic pathologies that lead to hypoxemia (low level of oxygen in the blood).  Pathologies that may cause hypoxemia  A decreased amount of oxygen in the environment   Hypoventilation (not being able to get enough air in and out of the lungs)...

Recognizing Respiratory Distress in Pets

A pet owner using Pawprint Oxygen's Transport and Rescue system to provide oxygen therapy to her dog. The portable system allows pet owners to safely administer oxygen therapy at home and during transport. Considering that pets cannot communicate when their medical...

Medical Grade vs. Non-Medical Grade Oxygen Concentrators for Pets

At Pawprint Oxygen we are deeply invested in making sure your pet receives safe oxygen therapy. In this blog post, we provide you with background information that is essential to keep in mind when sourcing an Oxygen Concentrators for pets.  Let’s start with some quick...

How to Use Rescue Oxygen for Your Pet

Pawprint Oxygen Canisters are a source of rescue oxygen enabling veterinarians and pet parents to provide quick, on-the-spot oxygen supplementation to pets experiencing hypoxemia (lack of oxygen in the blood) and respiratory distress (trouble breathing). As directed...

An Introduction to Rescue Oxygen for your Pet

Pawprint Oxygen presents a Rescue Oxygen System for pets consisting of portable and safe Pawprint Oxygen Canisters, a fixed-flow Regulator, and a Pet Oxygen Mask. This system is affordable and convenient, enabling pet parents to administer oxygen in a variety of...

Is Your Bitch or Queen Expecting Little Ones?

Be prepared and make sure every puppy or kitten is given a chance at life.    Hypoxemia, or low blood oxygen levels, is a major contributor to fading puppy/kitten syndrome i.e. "poor doers.” If left untreated, hypoxemia leads to a slow and weak heartbeat and can...

Dispensing Rescue Oxygen to Clients

Pawprint Oxygen’s Rescue Oxygen System is designed to be easily introduced and dispensed to pet parents. The veterinarian must first determine the prescription similar to any other medication to include the “dose” of oxygen and amount dispensed.   1. Determine the...

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