Welcome to the world of Ozone Therapy at Woodland Hills Pet Clinic! Ozone, with its distinct smell and remarkable medical properties, offers a range of benefits for small animals and pets. However, it’s essential to handle it with care to ensure the safety of both the animals and the practitioners.

Don’t Breathe Ozone

Safety First: Breathing ozone can irritate the lungs. Always operate in well-ventilated areas or wear a mask. Ozone is detectable by smell, and its concentration should not exceed safety standards.

Systemic vs. Local Applications

Know the Difference: Systemic applications benefit the entire body, while local applications focus on specific areas. Rectal insufflation is a systemic method, while ear insufflation and limb bagging are local.

Common Systemic Applications:

  • Chronic issues
  • Optimization
  • General wellness and prevention

Common Local Applications:

  • Ear Insufflation
  • Infused Water
  • Limb Bagging
  • Direct Application

Rectal Insufflation

Benefits the Whole Body: Increases blood oxygenation, boosts energy, stamina, and supports the immune system.

Ear Insufflation

For Ear, Nose, Throat, and Brain: Used for localized applications. Requires an ozone machine, oxygen, oil bubbler, and stethoscope.

Ozone Distilled Water / Saline

Can be consumed, swished in the mouth, or applied to the skin. Also suitable for SQ fluids, IV fluids, and acupuncture.

Limb Bagging

For Skin and Limb Wellness: Useful for skin issues. Requires an ozone machine, oxygen, and limb bag.

Understanding Ozone

Powerful Oxygen: Ozone, an activated form of oxygen, reacts in tissues, benefiting various disease processes. It breaks down into oxygen and a singlet oxygen atom, acting as a scavenger for harmful free radicals.

How Does Ozone Benefit the Body?

Supercharged Oxygen: Ozone offers a range of benefits, including inactivating pathogens, reducing inflammation, enhancing immune response, toxin removal, and supporting energy production.

Conditions Benefiting from Ozone Therapy

Versatile Therapy: Ozone therapy is beneficial for various conditions, including inflammation, autoimmune diseases, cancer, chronic infections, allergies, dental issues, and more.

How Is Ozone Administered?

Safe and Painless: Ozone can be administered through various methods, such as subcutaneous injections, topical applications, inhalation, blood infusion, acupuncture, and intra-articular injections.

Treatment Frequency

Tailored Approach: Treatments can vary from twice a week to every 2-8 weeks, depending on the condition. Acute cases may require more frequent sessions.

Other Uses for Ozone

Beyond Therapy: Ozone finds applications in disinfecting laundry, food, water, cleaning fabrics, sanitizing pools, and eliminating spores in food processing plants.

Ozone Therapy for Small Animals and Pets

Enhancing Well-being: Ozone therapy benefits pets in various applications, including skin issues, pain relief, neurological problems, Lyme disease, oral conditions, cancer, and more.

High Efficiency Ozone Pet Shower

A Spa Day for Pets: This ozone pet shower provides a full-body wash, eliminating bacteria, odors, and skin diseases. It’s a natural sanitizer, leaving fur soft and free of residuals.


  • Eliminates bacteria on the skin
  • Removes odors
  • Increases oxygen to tissues and blood
  • Cleans skin surfaces
  • Boosts the immune system

Remember, ozone therapy is a powerful tool, and proper training is crucial. When used correctly, it can be extremely beneficial for small animals and pets, bringing health and vitality to you and your pet.

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