- The short answer: Yes and no.

- Because ozone is found in the environment at all times in parts-per-million (ppm) quantities, animals are familiar with the smell of ozone at some level.

- Ozone concentration increases naturally whenever lightning strikes occur, a volcano erupts, or during other similar natural events.

- Ambient ozone exists in the environment in concentrations between 0.001-0.03-ppm, depending on the local environment.

-Ozonics produces ozone in concentrations sufficient only to eliminate airborne odors related to humans.

- Ozone has a half-life of approximately 20 minutes unless it contacts a substance and reacts.

- Ozonics research reveals that ozone (03) will revert back into oxygen (02) by the time it has traveled roughly 20 feet from the hunter, leaving limited opportunity for an animal to smell ozone in a manner that would cause a reaction.