It has been one of the most wonderful adjuncts to my practice.
O3UV is a phenomenal way to promote health in our pets naturally. Because of its ability to inactivate bacteria and virus while at the same time stimulating the immune system, it is my tool of choice!
Ozone therapy is probably the best thing I've added to my practice in my entire career.
Ozone therapy is one of the easiest possible treatments to administer. It’s really a great investment because it will literally help every animal. It’s something the technician can administer and it will also help to build the confidence of the clients.
It saved the horse and saved the foal.
Another great case was a mare that had a uterine infection for over two years. She was on some very aggressive therapy and finally this year we started lavaging with ozonated saline and we’ve delivered two embryos so far. That’s the first time that’s happened in over two years with this mare….we’re fighting chronic endometritis.
I have one technician that does ozone all day long.
It makes total sense even if you only use it a couple of times a day, but once you start using it, you're going to find out that you'll use it so much more than two times a day...it's a perfect modality for any conventional or holistic practice.
San Diego, CA
We had a real miracle case and now ozone is something we use in all of our cancer cases.
A Golden Retriever came to us in respiratory distress having received a diagnosis of cardiac cancer. It was recommended for the dog to just go home and be euthanized in the next ten days. She came and and we did ozone therapy with UV on her for five days and then did it twice the second week. We had it ultrasounded by a specialist andshe could find no cancer. We're now six months into this and completely cancer free.
Misty underwent a very aggressive therapy regiment after developing severe endometritis due to a retained placenta but to no avail. After a period of two years, Misty’s owner who was a veterinarian himself came across ozone therapy and began to lavage Misty with ozonated saline.
After a short period of time doing this, Misty actually recovered. She did so well that she actually began to deliver embryos again which had not taken place in over two years due to the infection. Misty ended up producing a foal which eventually became a horse of the year world champion.
Bluebell is a Blue Merle Sheltie who was sixteen months old at the time of her treatment. Among other things, she had previously been treated with a number of drugs including Dexamethasone IV, Baytril IM and oral Prednisone. The treatments never had a lasting effect and her condition worsened.
Eventually, her owners brought her to a veterinarian who was utilizing ozone therapy as well as another novel integrative therapy called Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation. Bluebell was treated using Major Autohemotherapy plus Ultraviolet (O3UV) and after just four treatments, her condition began to improve. Whereas previously, she was on a regiment of medications, Bluebell is currently off all meds, pain free and happy.
Penelope is a ten year old female Dachshund who presented with rear-end paralysis. She was brought into the clinic unable to stand. The diagnosis was a probable disc located between T3 and L1.
The owner was presented with a couple of options. She could opt for surgery which would cost around $7,000 or accept a dog in a cart that needed bladder expression. Her final option was euthanasia.
Unsatisfied with these options, the owner brought her dog to an integrative veterinarian who recommended ozone therapy and acupuncture.
She was treated with ozonated saline as well as ozone + acupuncture and miraculously, she was walking three days later.
Ozone therapy was a key factor in cutting the inflammation and increasing oxygen utilization which ultimately led to total healing for Penelope. In the final analysis, the owner was thrilled with the fact that her beloved dog returned to full bladder tone and was able to walk normally.
Clarence is a nine-year-old Golden/Lab mix that came in displaying signs of anorexia, abdominal pain, constipation and breathing issues.
After testing which included a CT scan, he was diagnosed with an anal gland mass with metastasis to the left medial iliac and hypogastric/sacral lumbar LN. He also had a septic abdomen with free floating fluid and bacteria present upon abdominocentesis which confirmed the septic abdomen.
After the diagnosis, it was recommended that Clarence be euthanized and he was sent home with antibiotics and pain management to die within the next 24 hours.
That same day he was brought to a clinic where the veterinarian was utilizing ozone therapy. They decided to apply ozone through a variety of methods including DIV, rectal insufflation and intraperiotoneal injections. They also added some other supplements to increase the effectiveness of the treatments. Treatments were continued each day for four days.
Clarence overcame all odds to beat this cancer and show that ozone therapy can be a crucial adjunctive treatment when all seems lost.