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Trudell Medical International AeroDawg Dog Asthma Aerosol Chamber

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Description

When canine companions struggle with asthma, their pet parents need the right tools to help them live their best life—like the Trudell Medical International AeroDawg Dog Asthma Aerosol Chamber. This easy-to-use, hand-held device delivers inhaled medications straight to your dog's lungs, for quick results and relief. Simply snap the medication into the AeroDawg chamber and let your dog breathe normally through the device. Keep your eyes on the Flow-Vu Indicator, as it will let you know that your pup is inhaling the medication. So, you know that she's getting the help she needs for her asthma, chronic bronchitis or allergies!

Key Benefits
  • This aerosol helps to administer medication prescribed by veterinarians to treat chronic bronchitis, allergic rhinitis and collapsed trachea.
  • Simply snap the medication into the chamber—your dog just needs to breathe normally to get the help she needs!
  • Unique Flow-Vu Indicator gives you the visual assurance that the medication is being inhaled, and the device is being used properly.
  • Antistatic design means you don't need to worry about static cling—the medication won't stick, so it's easy for your pup to inhale.
  • Special low-resistance valve is designed especially for companion animals, so it only releases the medication when your dog is ready.

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  • Item Number
    149129
  • For Use With
    Dogs
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Extra Small & Toy Breeds, Small Breeds
  • Health Condition
    Asthma
Instructions
  • Shake inhaler and insert into back of chamber.

  • Press the inhaler to release the medication.

  • Gently apply the mask so that it covers the nose and mouth but not the eyes.

  • Use the Flow-Vu Indicator to count 7 - 10 breaths.

Size
SizePet Weight
SmallUp to 20 lbs
LargeOver 20 lbs
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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great device

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    Great device that is easy to use-unless your dog is super laid back, be prepared to have One person hold the dog while the other person holds the device with the necessary medication. It has made such a difference for our sheltie and I highly recommend it for anyone trying to administer breathing treatments or medication to their dog.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    AeroDawg chamber

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    Very easy to use, like how fast it arrived at my home. This is the second order from you and very happy.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice product

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    This aerosol chamber is great for administering my dog’s asthma medication. I ordered the large size and was surprised to find a smaller mouthpiece was also included. The large mouthpiece fits perfectly on my labs’s mouth and it’s a soft silicone material, so it’s comfortable too. Nice product!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Dog newly asthmatic

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    This works great! It delivers the full dose of the asthma inhaler via the chamber without waste. It only allows the medication to be delivered when breathed in. Easy to clean. Easy to use.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    So far so good.

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    took Sadie about a week to start getting comfortable using this. Doing better every day!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Surprised Me!

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    I was pleasantly surprised by how my dog, after a few tries, took to using this device. She is generally difficult for administering pills to, even the chewable ones which are supposed to be pleasant tasting. She has pulmonary fibrosis and the inhaler prevents us from having to administer steroids systemically to her.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product

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    I have a male pug, 13 years old, 27 lbs. The large size chamber came with 2 sizes of suction cups to go around the mouth and nose. The smaller of those two sizes worked well. This device is very user friendly and works best with two people, one person holding the dog, one person holding and administering the inhaler and gently keeping his muzzle closed, situated inside the part that goes over the mouth. Our dog holds his breath at first when placed over his mouth, but eventually starts to breathe comfortably. The small green breath counter (ticker) is key for counting how many breaths of the medicine he receives. We ordered the chamber in size 'small' also in case the original size large did I have a male pug, 13 years old, 27 lbs. The large size chamber came with 2 sizes of suction cups to go around the mouth and nose. The smaller of those two sizes worked well. This device is very user friendly and works best with two people, one person holding the dog, one person holding and administering the inhaler and gently keeping his muzzle closed, situated inside the part that goes over the mouth. Our dog holds his breath at first when placed over his mouth, but eventually starts to breathe comfortably. The small green breath counter (ticker) is key for counting how many breaths of the medicine he receives. We ordered the chamber in size 'small' also in case the original size large did not fit. When I contacted Chewy about returning the small size, they instantly refunded me and asked that I donate the small size to a local rescue or shelter. I was impressed by their customer service and I will gladly donate this to a local shelter in need. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Dog Asthma Chamber

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    I had borrowed one of these from a friend to use for our dog who is having issues and is now on an inhaler. They had it modified by their vet for their pet because they were not happy with the pieces that come with it that go over the pets nose and mouth. I purchased our own so that we could return the borrowed one. The chamber works fine and it holds the meds so our fur baby can get her 10 breaths of this medication but I felt the same way about the two attachments that come with the unit. When you give your pet a breathing treatment, it is not so easy to have them sit and not move so the seal gets lost and so does the medication. So needless to say, I had my vet modify our unit just like our I had borrowed one of these from a friend to use for our dog who is having issues and is now on an inhaler. They had it modified by their vet for their pet because they were not happy with the pieces that come with it that go over the pets nose and mouth. I purchased our own so that we could return the borrowed one. The chamber works fine and it holds the meds so our fur baby can get her 10 breaths of this medication but I felt the same way about the two attachments that come with the unit. When you give your pet a breathing treatment, it is not so easy to have them sit and not move so the seal gets lost and so does the medication. So needless to say, I had my vet modify our unit just like our friends unit which makes me feel more comfortable that my fur baby is receiving the proper medication even when she moves. It is definitely not easy to have your fur baby sit still for a breathing treatment, but I do have to admit she does pretty well. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Helps my dog in an emergency when he can’t breathe

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    I have already used this once on my dog when he has an episode when he can’t breathe. It is terrifying when your dog is struggling to breathe and it is important to have something to help. Our vet prescribed an Albuterol inhaler that you place inside the Aerodog device. Practice with it because when an emergency happens you have no time to read directions. This really helped my dog breathe. I ordered a second one to have in my purse for emergencies in case this one would break. Thank you to whoever invented this!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    they need larger masks

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    I have a lab, the large mask doesn't even come close to fitting his face. it barely gets onto his nose and he fights me like crazy when it gets near him. turning out to be a waste of money.

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