When choosing an oxygen concentrator for pets, in order to ensure the pet receives adequate supplemental oxygen, considering its flow rate capabilities and oxygen concentration is extremely important…
Oxygen Concentrator? Or Oxygen Cylinder?
To provide home oxygen treatment for pets, should pet parents choose an oxygen concentrator or an oxygen cylinder? What are the differences…
Grieving The Loss Of A Beloved Pet
Losing a beloved pet is always emotionally devastating. Moving on without our furry companions is a massive adjustment, especially if they have been in our lives for a long time. While experiencing loss is an inevitable part of owning a pet, there are healthy ways to cope with the pain, and come to terms with your grief.
3 Ways To Give Oxygen To Your Sick Pet
There are different ways of providing oxygen therapy to pets, and it is crucial to use the least stressful method. A dog or cat that is fighting for breath could be pushed into a crisis if she struggles during administration of oxygen. Here are the most common delivery forms to give oxygen supplementation to dogs and cats at home…..
Using Oxygen Concentrator Safely
Oxygen concentrators are medical devices that can provide supplemental oxygen to pets that are experiencing respiratory distress and have low oxygen level in their blood. Breathing supplemental oxygen with an oxygen concentrator is designed to be safe. But as with all types of devices, it is important to learn about proper usage…..
Can My Pet Donate Blood?
The need for animal blood transfusion is often an emergency. But in places like Hong Kong where the animal blood bank system is not well developed, there is a severe shortage of blood…..
Laryngeal Paralysis Can Suffocate Your Pet
Laryngeal paralysis is a condition that severely affects a pet’s breathing and can cause suffocation. As it is often under-diagnosed, pet parents need to pay extra attention to their pets to identify if it is the cause to their pets’ illness…..
Cat Acting Weird? Could Be Signs of a Sick Cat
Cats mask illnesses and hide pain, this goes back to their long history of surviving in the wild prior to becoming domesticated. That means cat owners may not immediately see physical signs that something is wrong, therefore need more close attention…..
How Hot is Too Hot for Dogs?
When My Pet Struggle To Breathe
There is arguably nothing more heart-wrenching than seeing your beloved pet struggling to breathe or even suffocate. Pets, like us, can develop illnesses that can limit the amount of oxygen their lungs are getting, further limiting the amount of oxygen to the rest of the body….