Ozone: a natural pet odor remover

If you are looking for a pet’s odor remover or neutralizer, you don’t have to search anymore! Ozone is a dynamic pet’s odor exterminator, that not only controls odors, but also purifies the air, removing microorganisms, and improving yours and your pet’s quality of life, with a chemical-free solution.

Want to know how ozone is such a powerful pet’s odor eliminator? Just keep reading!

People love their pets and normally let them snuggle on the sofa or even in bed. Over time, many pet owners may not realize the lingering animal odor in their home. Even, if owners bathe them often, everyone will know when someone has a pet in the house, because they have natural odor.

Pet odors get into the furniture, carpets, bedding and even cling to walls and ceilings. So, the entire area where a pet lives is normally permeated with odors.

Besides the natural odor of pets, urine also leaves a disturbing smell in the house and when humidity is in the air, the odors becomes very unpleasant.

Ozone is an excellent option for odor removal applications because it will oxidize and neutralize the particles that create bad smells.

How does it work?

Ozone will destroy any odor and make the space as fresh as ever, it doesn’t matter what pet it is cat, dog, pet rabbit, or even a fish. Once they are neutralized, the smells are gone for good.

It is naturally unstable and when produced in industrial quantities it works to destroy mold, bacteria, virus and microorganisms in the air or on surfaces, even ones that are hard to get, like ventilation ducts.

In a simple way, ozone seeks to balance itself, and during this process it clings to airborne and even surface contaminants not just to cover up a bad odor but destroy it at a molecular level, preventing unpleasant smell from coming back.

As long as it is used properly and follows the safety standards, it will not harm humans or animals. With the help of an ozone generator, all odors will disappear. This process must always be done without the presence of human beings: people, animals or plants.

Ozone is a natural purifier, making it the ideal odor removal solution. This process will not only make an area smell better, but also it cleans surfaces, removing bacteria and even virus.

Note that ozone could be applied in stables, veterinary, kennel, farm aviary, and in other spaces.

An ozone generator is the ideal solution to purify the air. This odor control unit system is a machine that generates ozone and releases it in proper amounts in the room or house. You can see our offer for ozone generators below, in the products area.

In order to purify and deodorize the air in a space, a small concentration of ozone is sufficient, between 0.02 and 0.08 PPM, however, to obtain the desired results with this concentration it is necessary to maintain this ozone value for a longer period of time. The actual concentration needed to be maintained in a space depends on the presence of people, type and nature of the odor, criticality of the area, duration needed to purify and extent of the bad smell. If people and animals are not within the space to be treated, higher concentrations can be used to obtain faster results.

According to OSHA standards, when people and animals are in a space, the ozone concentration must not exceed more than 0.1 PPM for eight hours or more per work day, and no person should be exposed to a maximum concentration of ozone greater than 0.6 mg/m³ (0.3 PPM by volume) for more than ten minutes. According to ASHERE, the ozone concentration limit where people and animals are present is 0.05 PPM.


  • Destroys bacteria, virus, parasites and microorganisms in the air;

  • Removes pet’s odors;

  • Removes pet’s urine odors;

  • Destroys unpleasant odors;

  • Sterilizes spaces;

  • Natural and efficient method;

  • No chemical residue remains;

  • Creates a fresh, odor-free environment;

  • Environmentally friendly.

Scientific Articles

Published: 2023

EMMANUEL I. EPELLE, ANDREW MACFARLANE, MICHAEL CUSACK, ANTHONY BURNS, JUDE A. OKOLIE, WILLIAM MACKAY, MOSTAFA RATEB, MOHAMMED YASEEN | February 15th | Ozone application in different industries: A review of recent developments

Published: 2021

IOA (The International Ozone Association)  | 2021 | Air Treatment

Published: 2014

LEXUAN ZHONG, FARIBORZ HAGHIGHAT | January | Ozonation Air Purification Technology in HVAC Applications

Published: 2013

GEORGE WYPYCH | June 28th | Methods of Odor Removal

Published: 2007

KARIN FOARDE, CARY EATON | December | Ozone Antimicrobial Efficacy

MARK CARLSON, THEPING CHEN, CHRIS MCMEEN, MEL SUFFET, MIAOMIAO ZHANG | February | Tacoma controls tastes and odours with ozone

Published: 1999