Has your pet been diagnosed with a condition requiring in home oxygen therapy?
Are you a veterinarian needing O2 masks?
This order page is for you
Pet parents ordering from this page will see a free ($0.00) training PDF file added to their cart (eFileCiv)
It differs from the first responder file. Please do NOT add more than 1 to cart. You will receive 1 link to the training file in your online receipt. That training file is for civilian use only*.
The masks are the exact same as the first responder masks. You must order from this page to get the civilian training version.
- Small Pet Oxygen Mask (incl 1 oxygen tube) $40.00 (incl. 2 yr mfr. warranty)
- Medium Pet Oxygen Mask (incl 1 oxygen tube) $40.00 (incl. 2 yr mfr. warranty)
- Large Pet Oxygen Mask (incl 1 oxygen tube) $40.00 (incl. 2 yr mfr. warranty)
- Set of 3 Masks (You get 1 small, 1 Medium and 1 Large Mask AND 1 Oxygen Tube for each) $75.00
*Restrictions apply. The civilian training file will not be added to cart if a full 1st RespondR kit is in the cart - System restrictions.
Q: So what size mask will fit my dog?
A: IT DEPENDS
The only difference between the small and medium is the depth. So for smaller animals it depends on the length of your pet's snout
As a general rule, standard sized cats can use the Small and/or Medium mask.
Any Teacup sized dog, ferrets, bunnies, hamsters will do well using a SMALL mask
Small brachycephalic breeds such as standard sized Pugs, French bulldogs, Shih Tzus will do well using a SMALL mask
Longer snout small breeds such as dachshund, whippets, jack russells, boston terriers, Min Pins, Italian greyhounds, mini poodle, mini schnauzer, welsh corgis will do well using a MEDIUM mask
Mid sized and larger breeds like spaniels, larger whippets, basenjis, beagles, cocker spaniel, standard poodle, shiba inus, labs, german shepherds, pointers, etc will do need a LARGE mask
When your veterinarian prescribes the oxygen for you, make sure to ask they include the oxygen flow rate, for how long and how many times it is to be dispensed per day.
Your vet's Rx will supersede manufacturer recommendations when it comes to how much O2 is to be dispensed. You will need that information when contacting oxygen providers
to get the appropriate size tank and regulator (we do NOT provide tanks or regulators)
IF you have a mixed breed dog consider its overall size, weight and most importantly the length of its snout as it compares to the breeds mentioned here above.
IF your pet oversized by breed or circumstance, please consider a size that will be most convenient for you to hold on to. The O2 flow rate can always be adjusted up or down.
IF you need to physically hold on to the mask for long periods of time, air on the side of larger for your convenience unless of course it gets in the way of the pets comfort.
REMEMBER, ONLY THE SNOUT needs to fit in the mask. NOT the entire face ;-)