Ozone Therapy in Veterinary Medicine

by Dr. Zullyt Zamora Rodriguez PhD, DVM

This is the first book on ozone therapy for veterinarians ever published in English. It provides a good scientific basis for ozone therapy in the veterinary practice but lacks clear, practical information.

  • Highlights scientific basis
  • Focused on veterinary uses
  • Not well organized
  • Not very practical
  • Expensive
  • Difficult read

The New Oxygen Prescription

by Nathaniel Altman

This is a well-written, well-researched book that covers ozone therapy, hyperbaric oxygen and hydrogen peroxide therapy. This updated version includes a small section on the use of ozone in veterinary medicine.

  • Well written and researched
  • Provides credible science
  • Covers a variety of information
  • Affordable
  • More than just ozone therapy
  • Not focused on veterinary use

Principles and Applications of Ozone Therapy

by Dr. Frank Shallenberger, MD

The Principles and Applications of Ozone Therapy – A Practical Guideline For Physicians is written by a practicing physician in the United States who has been using ozone therapy to treat patients or over 25 years. 

  • Well organized and written
  • Gives practical info
  • Highlights scientific basis
  • Lack of references
  • Too much theory
  • Expensive
  • Focused on human medicine

Flood Your Body with Oxygen

by Ed McCabe

Over 500 pages with about 150 on ozone therapy. Flood Your Body With Oxygen is Ed McCabe's follow-up to his best-seller Oxygen Therapies, and is the seminal work on the subject.

  • Covers a variety of treatments
  • Gives practical info
  • Comprehensive 
  • A bit of a sensationalist
  • More than just ozone therapy
  • Some of his research is suspect
  • Focused on human medicine

Ozone. A New Medical Drug

by Velio Bocci, PhD

This book clarifies that, in the often nebulous field of natural medicine, the biological bases of ozone therapy are totally in line with classical biochemistry, physiological and pharmacological knowledge.


  • Well organized
  • Best science available
  • Builds credibility for ozone
  • Expensive
  • Not very practical
  • Focused on human medicine
  • Difficult read

The Ozone Miracle

by Dr. Frank Shallenberger

Written for the lay person, this book provides some practical information however, it is written again for human usage and not animals.

  • Engaging and well written
  • Focused on home use
  • Easy Read
  • Not comprehensive
  • Focused on human medicine

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