We do not recommend keeping your pet in an Oxygen Cage overnight while unsupervised.
We do not recommend keeping your pet in an Oxygen Cage overnight while unsupervised. Pets can become stressed during long periods of confinement, which can lead to additional respiratory distress. Supervision is required to ensure that your pet is not overheating and that they are remaining calm in the cage.
If you want to provide oxygen therapy to your pet overnight, we recommend setting the flow rate on the Oxygen Concentrator to 5 liters per minute and leaving the door open (unzipped) so that your pet can enter and exit freely. A completely opened Oxygen Cage will still provide an increased oxygen atmosphere while ensuring that your pet is not confined or stressed overnight.