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  • What is Oxygen Water?
    Oxygen water, also known as oxygenated water, has been infused or enriched with more oxygen gas (O2) above the average atmospheric oxygen concentration. This is typically achieved through a process called oxygenation, where oxygen gas is dissolved into water under pressure. Oxygenated water can contain higher levels of dissolved oxygen than regular tap water or natural bodies of water. Some believe the increased oxygen concentration in oxygen water has potential health benefits, as oxygen is an essential element required for cellular respiration and metabolism in living organisms. Oxygen water is marketed and sold in various forms, such as bottled water, oxygenated sports drinks, and oxygen-enhanced beverages. Some proponents of oxygenated water claim it can provide increased energy, improved athletic performance, enhanced recovery, and other health benefits. However, scientific evidence supporting these claims is limited, and the effectiveness of oxygenated water for improving health or performance is a topic of debate among experts. OxyPet is not your ordinary or average oxygenated water as it is full of nano-bubble oxygen, which remains stable in the liquid and doesn’t escape unless consumed. Nano-bubble oxygen is different from regular oxygenated water in several ways.
  • What is nano-bubble oxygen water, and how is it different?
    Nano-bubble oxygen, also known as oxygen nanobubbles or oxygenated nanobubbles, refers to tiny bubbles of oxygen, typically less than 100 nanometers in size and suspended in a liquid medium, such as water. These nanobubbles are so small that they can remain stable in the liquid for extended periods without rising to the surface and escaping as gas. Nano-bubble oxygen is different from regular oxygenated water in several ways: Size: Nano-bubble oxygen consists of tiny bubbles in the nanometer range, while oxygenated water typically contains larger bubbles or dissolved oxygen at the molecular level. Stability: Nano-bubble oxygen can remain suspended in the liquid for more extended periods of time compared to regular oxygenated water, which can lose its dissolved oxygen more quickly due to factors such as temperature, pressure, agitation and the processing used to create it. Surface area: Nano-bubble oxygen has a significantly larger surface area compared to regular oxygenated water due to the small size of the bubbles. This increased surface area may allow for more efficient oxygen transfer to the surrounding liquid, which can affect its potential benefits. Concentration: Nano-bubble oxygen can potentially contain higher concentrations of oxygen compared to regular oxygenated water, as the small size of the bubbles allows for a more significant amount of oxygen to be trapped within the liquid. Nano-bubble oxygen has been studied for various applications, including in agriculture, animals, humans, aquaculture, wastewater treatment, and as a potential therapeutic agent in medicine.
  • What is OxyPet Oxygen Water?
    OxyPet is an everyday drinking essential for naturally putting more oxygen into an animal’s body. We use organic natural spring water that has been infused with nano-bubble oxygen. OxyPet is known for its instant, unique and distinctive ultra-smooth superior taste. It delivers deep hydration & oxygenation to the body in a way which has not been done before, showing an almost immediate positive effect on the blood profile seen through live blood analysis, clinical trials and peer review studies. OxyPet contains no additives, no stabilisers & no salts. OxyPet consists of Natural Spring water & Additional Nano-Particle Atmospheric Oxygen. The additional oxygen encapsulated in OxyPet is bio-available, which means if your body is low on oxygen, it will take it, and the rest is simply disposed away.
  • Why OxyPet Oxygen?
    Oxygen deficiency is a direct precursor to nearly all illnesses and diseases. Without this vital element, animal life ends in approximately 6 minutes. Oxygen is also needed to build new cells and tissue, replace old tissue, dispose of waste material and reproduce more cells. Currently, Hyperbaric Treatment (oxygen under pressure) is available to oxygenate the body. This includes ventilation commonly used in veterinary medicine. Another method to deliver more oxygen is through oxygen masks and hoods covering an animal’s nose or mouth, which are used in veterinary clinics and hospitals. Oxygen cages or tents have also been used, where animals are placed in cages or tents and oxygen is delivered into enclosed spaces. Nasal Cannula is another method whereby small tubes are inserted into an animal's nostrils to deliver oxygen directly into the nasal passage. Lastly, oxygen nano-bubble water, where OxyPet sits, delivers more oxygen through drinking water naturally and safely.
  • Why does my animal need more oxygen?
    Oxygen deficiency is the most overlooked aspect of all health problems. The body can heal and repair itself when given the right nutrients, the number 1 being oxygen. In today’s world, the body's system is overloaded with toxins from food, water, the environment, and medications. Toxin starves the body’s cells of oxygen, and this is where all health issues come from. The term hypoxia is known as hypoxia. The more oxygen we can put into the body and cells, the healthier animals can be; this is where all healing begins.
  • Where does OxyPet's water source come from?
    Cornwall, United Kingdom, organic natural spring water
  • What P.H Level is OxyPet water
    OxyPet uses natural spring water perfectly balanced PH level of 6.5-7 before adding oxygen. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends that the pH level of water sources be at a pH measurement level between 6.0 to 8.5 on a scale ranging from 0 to 14. The best natural pH level for drinking water sits right in the middle at 7.
  • Is the oxygen added from a canister?
    No, we use a clinically proven patented technology that infuses natural atmospheric oxygen into nano-bubble oxygen to create more bio-availability.
  • Is OxyPet fizzy or carbonated?
    Neither. It’s still spring water that has more oxygen. The technology used adds nano-bubble oxygen, and when added, it maintains the same structure as its natural source. The added oxygen makes the water even smoother as there is less surface tension on the water because there is more oxygen.
  • Is OxyPet purified or treated in any way?
    Before the oxygen is added, the water comes from an underground lake. Once inside the production facility, the water undertakes a treatment procedure, filtered through a UV light to eliminate any possible bacteria.
  • What type of oxygen is added?
    Natural atmospheric oxygen, also known as nano-bubbles (ONBs)
  • Does OxyPet taste fizzy?
    No, ultra-clean, smooth and highly refreshing
  • Can humans drink OxyPet?
    Of course, it’s safe for all mammals.
  • Do you use chemicals, salt emulsifiers, or stabilisers to bind the oxygen into the water?
    No. We are 100% natural.
  • Does the oxygen escape when I open the bottle?
    No. It remains stable in the water and has been proven for up to 2 years of shelf life.
  • What types of minerals does OxyPet contain?
    Minerals that are found in natural spring water in the UK.
  • What is the difference between spring water and tap water?
    Spring water is characterised by its purity at the source and its minerals and trace elements content. Magnesium, calcium, sodium and potassium are the main minerals found in spring waters. Spring water provides much-needed oxygen to the body and the brain, aids in good digestion, helps us maintain a healthy weight, and tastes great. Spring water never tastes flat or boiled. It makes for an excellent drinking experience that does wonders for the body. Spring water has a higher level of oxygen compared to tap water. It is not treated using chemicals which are found to be carcinogenic.
  • How much oxygen is added to OxyPet?
    Over 700% more dissolved oxygen is added to OxyPet compared to tap water or standard bottled water.
  • What’s the science behind the technology?
    It’s a trade secret and patented technology.
  • Are there any side effects to oxygen water?
    No. Oxygen is bio-available, so a mammal's body takes what it needs and then flushes out what it doesn’t need.
  • But there is already oxygen in water?
    Yes, all water has some oxygen in it. Water also contains different levels of oxygen and various levels of toxicity. Sea water Municipal water Cornish Spring Water OxyPet Oxygen water
  • Only fish absorb oxygen in water?
    Mammals can receive more oxygen when drinking water with nano-bubble oxygen in it.
  • What makes OxyPet oxygen water different from other waters?
    A far higher level of bio-available oxygen content, FREE from toxins, also known as “forever Chemicals”, and much cleaner and smoother in taste, making it more pleasant for consumption.
  • How does OxyPet compete with other bottled waters?
    We are not here to compete with other beverages OxyPet Oxygen stands alone. We are here to give animals more oxygen, and it’s great that it can be delivered by drinking water.
  • What are “Forever Chemicals” in water?
    Forever chemicals, also known as poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), are a group of artificial chemical compounds known for their persistent nature in the environment and potential health risks. PFAS are synthetic chemicals used in a wide range of industrial and consumer products for several decades due to their unique properties, such as being water-repellent, heat-resistant, and resistant to degradation. The term "forever chemicals" is often used to refer to PFAS because they are highly persistent in the environment and do not easily break down over time. This means that once PFAS are released into the environment, they can persist for a long time, leading to contamination of air, water, soil, and food contamination. PFAS can accumulate in the environment and living organisms, including humans, and have been detected in various parts of the world, including remote areas far from their original source of release. There are thousands of PFAS compounds, and some of the most well-known ones include perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS). However, there are many other types of PFAS with different chemical structures. PFAS have been used in many applications, including firefighting foams, non-stick coatings (e.g., Teflon), stain-resistant coatings (e.g., in carpets and textiles), food packaging, and many other industrial and consumer products. There are growing concerns about the potential health risks associated with exposure to PFAS. Some studies have suggested that PFAS may be associated with adverse health effects, such as developmental and reproductive issues, liver damage, immune system impacts, and an increased risk of certain cancers. However, more research is needed to understand the health risks associated with PFAS exposure entirely, and regulatory agencies worldwide are actively monitoring and assessing the potential dangers of PFAS. Due to their persistent nature and potential health risks, there has been increasing regulatory scrutiny and efforts to reduce or eliminate the use of PFAS in various products and applications. Many countries have implemented regulations or guidelines for PFAS in drinking water, food, and consumer products, and there are ongoing efforts to mitigate PFAS contamination and develop safer alternatives to these chemicals. The only way to know what PFAS are in your drinking water is to take a sample and send it to an independent laboratory or microbiologist.
  • What are Free Radicals, and where do they come from?
    Free radicals can come from various sources and may be found in different products. Some common sources of free radicals in everyday life include: Environmental pollutants: Exposure to air pollution, water pollution, radiation, and other environmental toxins can generate free radicals in the body. Diet: Certain foods, particularly those using processed ingredients, can generate free radicals during digestion and metabolism. Examples include processed foods (Kibble), processed snacks and treats, cooked foods, and sugary savoury foods high in trans fats. Medications and drugs: Some medications and drugs, particularly those that undergo metabolic processes in the liver, can generate free radicals as by-products. This includes certain antibiotics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and some chemotherapy drugs. Inflammation and infection: Inflammatory processes and infections in the body can trigger the production of free radicals as part of the immune response to pathogens or tissue damage. Lifestyle factors: Unhealthy lifestyle choices such as smoking, high processed food consumption, and overuse of drugs and medication can increase the production of free radicals in the body. Industrial and household chemicals: Some cleaning products, pesticides, and other chemicals used in industrial and household settings can generate free radicals upon contact or inhalation. It's important to note that while free radicals are naturally produced in the body as by-products of cellular processes, external sources of free radicals, such as those listed above, can increase their production and potentially contribute to oxidative stress and associated health risks.
  • What health impact do Free Radicals have on animals?
    Free radicals can have similar effects on animals as they do on humans. Free radicals are highly reactive molecules or atoms that can cause damage to cells and tissues in animals through oxidative stress. Free radicals can be generated in animals through various natural processes, such as cellular metabolism, and external factors, such as exposure to environmental toxins, radiation, or certain chemicals. When free radicals react with other molecules in animals, such as proteins, lipids, or DNA, they can steal electrons from these molecules, leading to changes in their structure and function. This can result in cellular damage, and disruption of cellular processes, potentially contributing to various diseases and conditions in animals, similar to humans. For example, oxidative stress caused by free radicals has been implicated in developing conditions such as cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular diseases, and animal inflammation. Like humans, animals also have antioxidant defence mechanisms to neutralise or repair the damage caused by free radicals. These defence mechanisms include enzymes such as superoxide dismutase, catalase, and glutathione peroxidase, as well as antioxidants that can donate electrons to neutralise free radicals and prevent them from causing further damage. However, similar to humans, when the balance between free radicals and antioxidants is disrupted in animals, such as during periods of excessive oxidative stress or when the body's antioxidant defences are overwhelmed, the accumulation of free radicals can potentially cause harm. Factors such as diet, lifestyle, exposure to environmental pollutants, and genetics can all impact the production of free radicals and the animal's antioxidant status. Pet parents and animal carers need to be aware of the potential effects of free radicals on their pets or livestock and take steps to minimise oxidative stress.
  • What is oxidative stress in animals?
    Oxidative stress is a condition that occurs when there is an imbalance between the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), also known as free radicals, and the body's ability to neutralise or repair the resulting damage. ROS are highly reactive molecules or atoms generated during normal cellular metabolism and other physiological processes in the body, as well as from external sources such as environmental toxins, radiation, and chemicals. These ROS can react with other molecules in the body, such as proteins, lipids, and DNA, and cause damage to cellular structures and functions through a process called oxidation. Under normal circumstances, the body has defence mechanisms, including antioxidant enzymes and molecules, that neutralise ROS and repair the damage they cause. However, when the production of ROS exceeds the body's ability to balance them, oxidative stress can occur. Oxidative stress can result in cellular damage, disrupt cellular processes and potentially contribute to various diseases and conditions. Oxidative stress has been implicated in a wide range of health issues, including chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, diabetes, and inflammatory diseases. It can also contribute to ageing and other physiological changes in the body. Managing oxidative stress involves reducing exposure to risk factors we have listed above, adopting a healthy natural lifestyle and consuming natural pure water and food, maintaining a balanced diet rich in antioxidants and reducing medication and drug use. Regular physical activity, low-stress environments and adequate sleep can also contribute to reducing oxidative stress.
  • Is tap water safe for my animals?
    It depends on what you mean by safe? Will your animal die from drinking tap water tomorrow, very likely no. However, all tap drinking water in the UK is chemically treated and has lower oxygen than natural spring water alone. There is enough evidence to show that consuming chemicals and toxins over some time does more harm than good to one’s health. The UK is flying blind to the level of forever chemicals in drinking tap water which has been readily reported in the news over the past three years. If you want to be 100% certain of what is in your drinking water, send a sample to a microbiologist like ALS Testing or Kernow Microbiology. Only by doing this will you be entirely sure what your animal is drinking. Our mission is to put more oxygen into animals, and it just so happens the purest spring water, free from “forever chemicals” we can find, so our animals get the best of both worlds.
  • I give my pet filtered tap water. Is that safe for them?
    What you give your pet is entirely up to you. OxyPet is about providing the most advanced health solution for our animals naturally. Our studies show we have more than 700% more oxygen than tap water, which is great for health benefits and free from toxins and surpasses tap, filtered, and bottled water. Also, animals on OxyPet consume less water because the quality creates optimal hydration much faster.
  • Tap water and filtered tap water is suitable for drinking?
    Yes, and so are fizzy drinks and many other drinks…..but these are not suitable for optimal health. OxyPet is about more oxygen and optimal health for our animals. Wild animals drink from springs and rivers surrounded by lush greens and trees. Our domesticated animals can only choose what you put in their bowls. If it is a choice of chemically treated tap water against spring water that has been oxygenated, their nose will choose the best.
  • Who provides our current drinking water in the UK?
    To our knowledge, the drinking water supply in the United Kingdom is predominantly privately owned and controlled by the government and shareholders. In England and Wales, the water and sewerage services are provided by private water and sewerage companies, which are regulated by the Water Services Regulation Authority (Ofwat). In Scotland, the water and sewerage services are provided by publicly owned water authorities, while in Northern Ireland, they are provided by a government-owned company. There are currently 18 water and sewerage companies in England and Wales, such as Thames Water, United Utilities, Severn Trent Water, and Yorkshire Water, among others. These companies are owned by private shareholders, including institutional investors and individual shareholders, and are regulated by Ofwat, which sets the price limits and service standards they must adhere to. It's worth noting that the ownership and regulatory structure of the water and sewerage services in the UK can change over time due to policy decisions, legislation, and market dynamics. Therefore, it's always recommended to consult up-to-date and authoritative sources for the most current information on this topic. As private entities, water companies are primarily driven by profit as they operate as commercial enterprises to generate revenue and provide returns to their shareholders. While water companies are profit-driven, they are also subject to regulations by the government that prioritise the health and safety of consumers and the environment. The standards they provide are in terms of safe, not in terms of what is deemed healthy.
  • Where does OxyPet take its source of water from?
    Privately owned natural springs set on pristine, untouched farmland in Cornwall, free from chemicals and a higher natural oxygen level than normal tap drinking water.
  • My dog drinks out of muddy puddles and is not interested in water.
    Dogs that drink out of muddy puddles and not so much from their bowls can be seen as they communicate that they don’t like the water in their bowls. Have you ever considered this? A dog's nose is 1,000 times stronger than a human's. Could you imagine smelling a thousand times stronger than you can now? Hard to comprehend, isn’t it? Our amazing dogs can therefore smell toxins and chemicals in their drinking water which we can’t. If they had a choice, their nose and sent would pick the best water for them. Why not purchase OxyPet get two brand new bowls, and put their current drinking water down and OxyPet oxygen and see which ones it goes for? We say new bowls (glass is good) because they associate their existing bowl with normal water.
  • What other ingredients are in OxyPet?
    None. Completely natural, pure atmospheric oxygen and natural spring water.
  • How much more oxygen does OxyPet contain than other waters?
    Approximately 700% more.
  • By adding oxygen to water, are you creating H202?
    No. We are just increasing the O2 “oxygen.”
  • What does OxyPet oxygen water do for my animals’ body?
    Hydrates and oxygenates
  • Does OxyPet test its products on animals?
    Firstly, OxyPet does not entirely agree with the testing of animals in cages where the animal is under stress or not in their natural environment. All animals should be treated with the utmost care. This form of testing goes against our animal welfare standards. We choose to promote better ways of testing. When testing the technology used for our oxygen water and the nano-bubble oxygen, this has been done under medical conditions with qualified professors, doctors and blood specialists. Humans, dogs, cats, and horses are all mammals, so the effects on humans would be the same for dogs, cats, and horses. Secondly, a history of studies has taken place with animals using nano-bubbles. The studies have shown that the dissolved oxygen content in OxyPet is the same or surpasses previous studies. Thirdly, customers who use OxyPet to support their animal's blood flow and choose to have their animal's blood tested for different health reasons claim that their pet’s blood has improved since drinking OxyPet oxygen.
  • How does the oxygen in OxyPet get into the bloodstream?
    The oxygen nano-bubbles in OxyPet are made available to the alimentary canal and are not forced into tissues. The oxygen nano-bubbles are presented to the tissues and, due to their extremely small size, are utilised readily by intestinal tissues to bring oxygen into the cells. Thus, there cannot be toxic effects or overdosing on the constituents of OxyPet water. The cells will be extracted, and all excess will be excreted.
  • Can you drink too much of OxyPet?
    There are no know side effects of drinking oxygenated natural spring water.
  • Is OxyPet a form of oxygen therapy?
    Oxygen therapy aims to increase the oxygen blood flow, support the oxygenation of tissues and organs, and relieve symptoms of respiratory distress. OxyPet uses a clinically proven technology that has been shown to increase blood levels.
  • Don’t my animals get enough oxygen from breathing?
    Unlike humans’ animals cannot do breathing exercises to increase oxygen levels. Oxygen therapy is used worldwide to prevent and support health issues which are good but costly and can be very stressful to animals. OxyPet is a natural health supplement which is an easy, safe way to improve health. With higher-than-ever toxicity levels in food, water, certain medications and the environment, everyone could do with more oxygen.
  • Why should my pet drink OxyPet oxygen water?
    Oxygen is the most crucial element in all life. The more oxygenated the body, the less likely we will have health issues.
  • How many bottles of OxyPet can my pet drink?
    Please refer to our guidelines constructed by our pet diet and nutrition specialist.
  • Can OxyPet help animals breathe better?
    It is common knowledge that more oxygen in your bloodstream allows for better flow and makes breathing easier.
  • Can my animals have OxyPet with food?
    Of course, many animals love to drink OxyPet after eating as it aids digestion due to its higher oxygen concentration and smooth taste. Animals on a processed pet food diet will be more dehydrated than that on a raw meaty bones diet due to the way it is processed and the higher concentration of e-numbers, additives and other ingredients.
  • Does an animal on a processed pet food diet drink more than a raw diet?
  • Is OxyPet suitable for pets with kidney problems?
    Natural spring water is needed to help the kidneys. They need to be cleaned and healed. The oxygen water used in OxyPet has been confirmed as excellent support for kidney function.
  • Can my pet drink OxyPet if it has a chronic illness like diabetes?
    Yes. All water is good for health. OxyPet uses a clinically proven technology that has been shown to support diabetes in humans, and the nano-bubble studies previously done have been confirmed with the nano-bubble content that is also contained in OxyPet.
  • Is your water Kosher?
    Yes. The source of our water has been Halal approved.
  • Is OxyPet Vegan friendly?
  • How much water is in a bottle of OxyPet?
  • Does OxyPet need to be refrigerated?
    No. It’s entirely up to you. All water should be kept out of direct sunlight and cool, dry place.
  • Will my pet get a surge of energy?
    Some can. Our customers report over a period, and their animals have more natural energy, are more alert, and sleep better. They love it!
  • What is the OxyPet mission for animals?
    To provide more oxygen naturally and safely and to have them live healthier and longer lives.
  • Does the oxygen produced in OxyPet get absorbed through the gut?
    OxyPet is produced by a technology that has been clinically proven to show the oxygen nano-bubbles contained in OxyPet are absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract. This is due to the quantity and the size of the nano-bubbles.
  • What motivates you at OxyPet and keeps us going?
    What inspired us all at first with OxyPet was the remarkable story of Mowgli, the Boxer dog at 11 years old, who was given less than four weeks to live. The founders in the past had lost animals to cancer, and it was his story of how the oxygen water in OxyPet had kept him going when all else failed. The OxyPet founders are not just animal lovers and carers, but they have a vast history of working with animals and dogs, especially from rescue centres. What keeps us going is the positive feedback we receive from our customers is, what gets us up every morning to keep pushing forward. Animals are incredible creatures, and we can learn a lot more from them and mother nature, especially in the world we live in today.
  • So what makes OxyPet unique?
    One of the many dissolved nutrients in our bloodstream is oxygen, which we must breathe to live. OxyPet uses a clinically proven proprietary technology to encapsulate more oxygen (nano-bubbles) into pure, natural spring water. As a result, OxyPet can deliver more oxygen to the blood than an animal can simply breathe in.
  • What are oxygen nano-bubbles?
    Oxygen nano-bubble science, also known as oxygen nanobubble therapy or nanobubble oxygenation, is a field of research that explores the potential therapeutic applications of oxygen-rich nanobubbles in animals and humans. Nano-bubbles are tiny oxygen bubbles with diameters on the nanometre scale (typically less than 100 nm), and when oxygen is used, they are referred to as oxygen nano-bubbles. The science behind oxygen nano-bubbles involves creating stable and highly oxygenated bubbles in a liquid solution, which can then be administered to animals through various routes, such as oral ingestion, injection, or topical application. These oxygen nanobubbles have unique properties that can enhance oxygen delivery and utilisation in animal tissues, leading to a range of therapeutic effects. Some potential benefits of oxygen nanobubble therapy in animals that have been explored in scientific research include improved tissue oxygenation, enhanced wound healing, reduced inflammation, enhanced immune function, and improved overall health and performance. Oxygen nanobubbles are thought to have high solubility and long half-life, which may allow them to effectively transport oxygen to tissues that may be hypoxic or have limited oxygen supply, such as damaged tissues or inflamed areas. It's important to note that the field of oxygen nanobubble science is still relatively new, and research in this area is always ongoing.
  • Will oxygen disappear if I heat or freeze OxyPet?
    No. The water will get hot or cold, and the oxygen will remain unchanged.
  • What is the shelf life for OxyPet oxygen?
    Two years
  • How do I become a supplier of OxyPet?
    Please complete our contact form, and one of our founders will contact you.
  • How do I order OxyPet?
    Online through our website
  • Are you selling on Amazon or in shops?
    No. We sell directly from our website to the customer's door, so we can get to know and build a like-minded pet parent community of furry friend
  • Do you deliver outside of the UK?
    We have sent OxyPet overseas by special request, but this requires a direct contact. Please enquire via our contact form.
  • Do you offer a monthly subscription service?
    Yes. OxyPet is mainly a subscription service because we can only supply so many animals in England with more oxygen through OxyPet water. On subscription, there is an additional saving, and your best friend will never miss out on their favourite healthy drink. In 2023 according to PDSA (The vet's charity for pets in need) The estimated dog population in the UK was approximately 11 million, and 11 million cats, a total of 22 million animals for these two categories alone. With today's production capacity, OxyPet can only reach approximately 0.0015% of this population.
  • Do you have plans for product expansion into bigger bottles or different materials?
    Yes. OxyPet oxygen water is currently in 30% recycled rPET plastic bottles as this is the best material for transporting the added oxygen and the most cost-effective for our customers. We have researched other materials for years, and they couldn’t support the oxygen content added to OxyPet. We have earmarked glass bottles and will bring this to market when the demand is high. We can also supply larger animals with 1,000-litre ICB tanks. These animals include horses, farm animals, rescue centres, sanctuaries, or those with many pets.
  • What does rPET stand for on your bottles?
    Recycled polyethene terephthalate or recycled PET. PET is a robust, durable, recyclable material used for soda bottles, water bottles and food jars.
  • Are OxyPet bottles recyclable?
    Yes, 100%. Please recycle responsibly. Is it safe to consume water packaged in rPET bottles? Yes, 100%. All our water is tested before entering the bottling facility. Also, our plastic bottles do not contain BPA.
  • Does OxyPet oxygen water packaging contain BISPHENOL A (BPA)?
    The most common reason to suggest avoiding plastic water bottles is that the bottles contain bisphenol A (BPA). That might be a reason to avoid plastic water bottles if you are concerned about BPA, but they don’t. Essentially all plastic water (and soda) bottles are made from a plastic known as PET. The full name is polyethene terephthalate, so everyone calls it PET. PET is not made from BPA and does not contain any BPA. It doesn’t have similar chemicals such as bisphenol S (BPS), which is also frequently cited as a reason not to drink from plastic bottles. If you want to be sure, look on the bottom of a bottle for the “resin identification code,” which is often in the form of a triangle with the number 1 inside. The number 1 indicates PET, which is usually also spelt out below the triangle. OxyPet uses rPET, which is 30% recycled plastic.
  • Are there any plans to reduce the use of plastic?
    Yes. We are committed to reducing plastic and waste at every opportunity. To deliver more vital oxygen, this is the world’s best source of material. Water and oxygen are the most crucial sources.
  • Do you use renewable energy or resources, and what is it?
    A renewable resource can be used repeatedly and does not run out because it is naturally replaced with an endless supply, such as solar, wind, and geothermal pressure. Top five examples of renewable resources Solar energy. Wind energy. Geothermal energy. Hydropower. Bioenergy At OxyPet, where our product is produced, there are currently three of the five renewable resources: Wind turbines and solar panels, which contribute to energy. We are working on Hydropower R&D to harness the power of the spring.
  • How are the surrounding areas of your source of water protected?
    OxyPet water is derived from a place of natural beauty, set on 134 acres of private, pristine Cornish farmland, which has been like this for centuries.
  • What does carbon neutral mean, and how does this apply to OxyPet?
    Carbon neutrality means balancing emitting and absorbing carbon from the atmosphere in carbon sinks. ... To achieve zero emissions, all worldwide greenhouse gas emissions must be counterbalanced by carbon sequestration. Carbon Neutral is a term used to describe the state of an entity (such as a company, service, product or event) where the carbon emissions caused by them have been balanced out by funding an equivalent amount of carbon savings elsewhere in the world.
  • What is the world water crisis?
    Economic water scarcity is caused by a lack of investment in infrastructure or technology to draw water from rivers, aquifers or other water sources or insufficient human capacity to satisfy the water demand. One-quarter of the world's population is affected by economic water scarcity. Educate to change consumption and lifestyles. Invent new water conservation technologies. Recycle wastewater Improve irrigation and agricultural practices Appropriately price water Develop energy-efficient desalination plants
  • How do I request a product request or donation?
    We work with one chosen animal charity annually to help support our needy animals. Please enquire via our contact form about how we can help and work together.
  • Do you work with any rescue centres?
    Yes. We have chosen our rescue centre and collaborated with them by supplying more oxygen and helping them raise funds for the necessary life-supporting products we can provide.
  • How do you transport your oxygen water?
    We use independent couriers and hauliers. Huboo is our chosen fulfilment centre for our products being sent directly to customers and delivered using DPD as the selected courier for the UK. We use our storage facility haulage services for businesses to business or larger size orders of pallets.
  • If my order does not arrive, who should I contact?
    All orders will have been notified to you by the courier. You should contact them by email. If any problems arise after 48 hours of your liaising with them, please contact us via the contact page, and we will do our best to support the delivery. We don’t have direct access to the delivery company as the order is only addressed to you and you. We will do our utmost to rectify any issues as fast as possible.
  • If my order has been accidentally damaged during delivery, who should I contact?
    You should always let the courier know by email first. The boxes used for delivery are quality control checked before being sent. The custom-fitted box is fit for our products, so damage should not occur. However, should this happen during transit, please take a picture and send it to with your full details, and we will reply within 72hrs.
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