Eliminating Pet Odors in a Vet’s Office

Remove Pet Odor
A veterinarian’s office can collect quite a few offensive pet odors through the day. It can be very important for your business that your clients not be met with these smells when they walk through your doors.

Though a person would expect to smell the occasional dog or cat when they visit their local vet, they still expect it to smell clean and cared for when they walk into the reception area. Having a fresh, well-aired smell to your office can give clients more confidence in your practice by letting them know your staff is on the ball and keeping all the messes clean and away from the animals that are housed there.

Behind the scenes, you know there are many ways to accumulate nasty odors in your clinic. Parvo-stricken dogs (and other sick animals), the nervous fur-babies who are prone to accidents, a skunk-sprayed dog, and various surgeries can all make your office smell as though it hasn’t been cleaned in a month. You do your best to eliminate these odors with room sprays, candles, and other chemicals, but what if there was a way to help you get rid of them without having to worry about the chemicals or possible fire hazards?

An ozone generator, like the Rainbowair Activator, can be just the answer you’re looking for. The ozone molecule, by nature, will do one of two things as it starts to break down: it will either combine with an oxygen molecule, or it will combine with a gaseous element. When it combines with oxygen, it simple creates O2. When it combines with a gaseous element, it causes that gas to lose any odor it may have had.

If you have questions about how you can benefit from the science of ozone, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!