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Ozone Equipment


*Note* We closed our physical clinic on 12/3/2022, and therefore generally no longer offer ozone rentals or purchase assistance. This page is being left up as an informational resource. These pages provide you with everything you need to know to purchase your own equipment for home use. 

Ozone Equipment Rentals

For your convenience, we offer rental ozone kits for home treatment. Many ozone treatments can easily be done at home by pet parents, and there are various reasons why this option may appeal to you, including:

1. You want to supplement the blood or UVBI treatments your pet receives in-clinic with additional ozone treatments that you can do yourself at home.

2. You may live too far from our clinic, or have a busy schedule that prohibits you from bringing your pet into the clinic for the recommended treatment schedule. The rental kit allows you to meet their treatment schedule by doing it at home yourself.

3. You are interested in obtaining your own ozone machine for personal use on your pets and/or yourself. The rental kit allows you to “try before you buy”, to familiarize yourself with ozone components and treatment processes before purchasing your own expensive equipment.

Our home treatment kits can be rented by the week or by the month. Rentals are currently: $100/week or $350/month. If you are interested in this option, please ask the doctor if this is an appropriate option for your pet during your next appointment.

Note: Rentals are for our local clients only, who can pick them up at our clinic. We do not ship these outside the area or out-of-state.

Ozone Equipment Purchases
For those that have decided they want to purchase their own ozone equipment, we offer the following information to assist you in acquiring what you need to accomplish your goals.

Obtaining Oxygen

In our experience, the biggest hurdle to doing ozone treatments at home is obtaining the oxygen. Oxygen is the “fuel” that powers your ozone generator, and you simply cannot create ozone without it. Therefore, before you purchase any equipment, we suggest you research and locate sources of oxygen available to you in your area, which is going to differ for everyone. How so? Here’s an analogy for you. When you purchase a car, it may (or may not) come with a full tank of fuel. Once your tank is empty, you need to identify where you can get more fuel, which is relative to where you live. If you live next to a fuel station, then you’re in luck. If you live 100 miles from the nearest fuel station, you’re not so lucky. If your state has extra regulations around obtaining the fuel, or it costs twice as much to obtain, then you’re even more out of luck. If you cannot obtain fuel at all, then your car just became a very large paper-weight and a very bad investment. This is why we tell you to locate sources of oxygen available in your area BEFORE you purchase any ozone equipment.

Finding local resources to fill/refill your empty tank is always going to be your best, cost-effective solution. Having said that, the following is what you need to know about your options for obtaining oxygen:

Medical oxygen requires a medical prescription to obtain. For our Colorado and Tennessee patients actively under our care ONLY, we can supply you with that prescription. Anyone else will need to find a doctor licensed in your area to provide that prescription to you.
    • Just because you have a medical prescription in hand, doesn’t mean you can obtain medical oxygen in your area. This is further dependent on state/local regulations, and the businesses around you. For instance, most oxygen suppliers are geared toward servicing high-volume clients only, like: hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, etc. Many won’t refill a small tank for you because they don’t want to deal with a small consumer. Your best bet is likely to be a small, independently owned/operated business, but do call around.
    • If you cannot find a local source of medical oxygen, then you have two other options: Industrial (also locally obtained) or online medical (way more expensive).

Industrial oxygen does NOT require a prescription to obtain, and can be found at any welding supply shop. I’m told the oxygen is exactly the same as medical, it’s just that the tank quality and its fittings are different. Here are some things to note about this option:

      • Do not mention you are planning to use the oxygen for medical use. If you do, don’t be surprised if they won’t sell you the oxygen. It’s sort of a “don’t ask, don’t tell” situation. If being coy isn’t for you, then this option likely isn’t for you either.
      • Most industrial oxygen is provided in tanks that you effectively “rent” from the company, either via a deposit or actual monthly fee. When empty, they simply swap the empty tank with a full one. They typically do NOT refill your empty tank. You’ll want to determine if that is the case BEFORE you waste money purchasing your own tank, as they may not refill your tank.
      • Some industrial supply places only offer oxygen in relatively large tanks, which may be too big or unwieldy for you to move around. Be sure to ask and find out beforehand.
      • If you use industrial oxygen, add an oxygen prefilter to your ozone equipment purchase list. This will filter out particulate contaminants that may be in the tank, as you don’t want that getting into your ozone. This is obtained by your ozone equipment supplier, not the oxygen supplier.

    Online oxygen – It used to be the above were your only two options for obtaining oxygen. They are still the most cost-effective means because they are local. However, if you cannot find local resources, there are now a couple of ways to obtain medical oxygen online. Note that this option is considerably more expensive, because you are purchasing a new, full tank of oxygen each time. They do NOT refill your old tank, but sell you a new tank with oxygen. Given that, for those that simply cannot find local resources or don’t mind the extra expense, this could be a good option. To read more about these options, see the Oxygen section of our RESOURCES page.

Regulators – The type of oxygen tank you use determines the type of regulator required. This is another reason why we tell you to determine the oxygen available to you BEFORE purchasing your ozone equipment, as the regulator is usually purchased from the Ozone supplier and MUST match the type of tank you will be using. Using another car analogy: the car door for a Ford Pinto will NOT fit a GMC Jimmy. Obviously.

Equipment vs Treatment Table

The equipment you need depends on the treatment options you wish to do at home. The following chart shows what equipment is required to perform the ozone treatment options you desire.

*Note: The oxygen tank and regulator types MUST match. We recommend using a medical tank and regulator (Type 870). If you are using industrial oxygen, you will need an industrial tank and regulator (Type 540). If you are using O2Ready oxygen, you will need an O2Ready tank and regulator (Type O2Ready).

Interpreting the Table

White – The first 5 items are required to do ANY ozone therapy. You MUST have a tank, regulator, ozone generator, tubing and connectors to connect your ozone equipment and accessories together. Additionally, you will need the following items, depending on the treatments you desire.

Yellow – The oil bubbler is required to do the respiratory treatments. You may also require additional items in gray.

Green – A 60cc syringe and a catheter are required to administer rectal ozone to your pet. If you wish to administer rectal ozone to yourself, we recommend using a rectal insufflation bag that comes with a catheter. You may also require additional items in gray.

Red – A limb bag is used to trap ozone gas around a limb (hand or foot) for the purposes of treating a wound or skin condition. You may also require additional items in gray.

Purple – A glass or silicone cup is used to trap gas around a smaller body area for the purposes of treating a wound or skin condition. Most cups include an ozone destructor. If not, you may require additional items in gray.

Blue – Drinking ozonated water is a great way to oxygenate your cells. However, because it has an odd taste, your pet is unlikely to drink it. We highly recommend a separate water bubbler for this task, rather than using an oil bubbler or an oil/water bubbler combo which will get cross-contaminated. You may also require additional items in gray.

Orange – A saline bubbler is used to ozonate sterile saline for the purposes of injecting it subcutaneously. This is often done on cats, as they are not as likely as dogs to sit still long enough for other ozone treatment types.  

Gray – The gray items are required ONLY for the treatments specified for that particular item. Here are a couple of examples to illustrate:

1. Respiratory – If you intend to do respiratory treatment, you will need:

a. An oil bubbler (in yellow), AND

b. Either a check valve (also called a hydrophobic valve) or an air trap. This prevents the oil from entering your generator, which will damage the unit.

2. Water – If you intend to create ozonated water, you will need:

a. A water bubbler (in blue) AND

b. Either a check valve (also called a hydrophobic valve) or an air trap. This prevents the water from entering your generator, which will damage the unit, AND

c. An ozone destructor. This protects your lungs from the ozone gas during water ozonation.

Purchasing Ozone Equipment Yourself
A complete ozone setup will start around $1000, and varies greatly depending on the make/model of your ozone generator and the number of accessories you purchase. If you’re a savvy consumer, you can mix and match components from different suppliers to save costs or suit your preferences.

Below are a few suppliers we have used and trust. They know their products and are happy to help you with your purchases (just be sure to tell them all the ozone treatment types you intend to perform), but they likely won’t help you mix and match their products with those from other suppliers. Therefore, be prepared to either purchase all of your equipment from one supplier, or do your own research into mixing and matching.

O3Vets –

PromoLife – Use link: and Coupon Code: AHA for 7% discount off your order

SimplyO3 –

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