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O2 Derm PET is a "must have" for your pet's first aid kit.

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Sore Muscles and Joints.

Dry, Itchy, Flaky Skin.

Hot Spots.

Pain Management.

RELIEF for your PET.

Dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig, small animal

RASHES… BUG BITES… INTERDIGITAL CYSTS… FUNGAL INFECTIONS… POST-SUTURE REMOVAL INCISIONS... and more!

Oxygen heals. Nitrous Oxide soothes.

O2 Derm™ PET is a one-of-a-kind, non-toxic, translucent gel with healing Oxygen and pain soothing, analgesic Nitrous Oxide as active ingredients. Specially formulated to flow under fur, absorbing with no greasy residue. The ingredients have been shown to help relieve joint and muscle pain, and to quicken the healing of skin irritations and other conditions.

Pure. Simple. Safe.

 Super-oxygenated.

♦ Antimicrobial.

 Antibiotic & steroid-free.

O2 Derm PET Healing Gel provides a safe alternative to steroids or antibiotics that both pet owners and their veterinarians will appreciate.

Bottle of O2 Derm Pet topical healing gel (3.3 fluid ounces; 100 ml)

"Everyone should have O2 Derm Pet Gel in their pet's first aid kit."
- Dr. Mike Hutchinson, D.V.M., P.C.
"Pittsburgh's Radio Vet"

Photograph of Veterinarian Dr. Mike (Pittsburgh's Radio Vet) sitting on stairs outside a house with his three dogs.
How O2 Derm PET helps: soothes dry skin, apply topical gel to dry, sore, cracked noses and paws, and to dry, chapped, or peeling skin. It relieves, cools, moisturizes, and soothes. It is safe and natural, using nitrous oxide and oxygen.
Aids in healing. Oxygen aids in healing. Use O2 Derm Pet on sunburn, bug bites, cuts, and scratches. No odor. Not greasy. No staining. Absorbs easily.
Helps with interdigital fungus and infections. Nitrous oxide eases pain and itching. Oxygen aids in healing. Contains dissolved oxygen and microbubbles of oxygen.
Image of horse. Large text reads Relieves Pain and Speeds Healing. Text bubbles for possible uses: rope burns, inflamed joints, cuts & scrapes, sprains & strains, ligaments & tendons.
Our patented process loads our gel with natural oxygen. It promotes cell growth. It is safe for all your four-legged friends. Made in the USA. It's safe & natural.

O2 Derm™ PET is the Oxygen Solution® for:

Aches ♦ Pains ♦ Cuts ♦ Scrapes ♦ Arthritis ♦ Dry Skin ♦ Tick Bites ♦ Swelling ♦ Hot Spots ♦ Itching  

Scar Reduction ♦ Interdigital Cysts ♦ Bug Bites ♦ Rashes ♦ Skin Ulcers ♦ Sore Muscles ♦ Sore Joints

 Fungal Infections ♦ Hives ♦  Post-suture removal Incisions (once closed) ♦ Bruises ♦ Abrasions

…and any condition where oxygen can enhance the healing therapeutic process!

Directions for use:

As a general rule, apply O2 Derm PET gel 3x daily until issue is resolved (or as needed). Its specially formulated to flow under fur and hair. Use enough to cover the area – you cannot use too much. Unlike other topical gels, O2 Derm PET has no restrictions regarding how much or how often it is applied.

Rub it in gently for wounds and thoroughly for muscle and joint pain. The more severe the condition, the more you may need.

These are general instructions developed from testing and feedback from both medical professionals and users. Experiences and levels of application may vary.

 

It should not be applied it to infected areas if advised by your veterinarian not to use topical gels and lotions until he or she has approved the ingredients.

 

As with any topical, you should avoid contact with your pet's eyes. O2 Derm PET is intended for external use only.

Hot Spot

Tick Removal

Cover the tick with a 1 inch diameter circle of gel.

When tick backs out, gently remove with tweezers.

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Apply 1 to 2 pumps (or more depending on area) and spread around.

Let sit for a 3-5 minutes.

Massage area until gel is gone.

Although O2 Derm™ PET Healing Gel comes with a “best by” date, we have yet to see a bottle expire. This is the nature of the gel – the bubbles make it cloudy.

If it’s cloudy, the oxygen and nitrous oxide are still viable and effective.

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