The simple misbelief is that only dogs
who bite wear muzzles. While preventing bites is one appropriate
use for them, there are plenty of other reasons to put a little
safety barrier between animalís teeth and the outside world. Why
to wear a muzzle on the dog you will learn below, but now imagine
how this beautiful pattern will look on your Pitbullís snout. It
will be not only an excellent
protection against sharp dogís canines, but also a wonderful accessory. There are
no frills, and at the same time, brass decorations on black
leather and white stitching around the edge look harmonious and completed.
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Key features of this Dog Muzzle:
Intended use of this Dog Muzzle:
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use a muzzle
- A muzzle prevents an aggressive dog from biting. This is the main task and our Leather
Muzzle with unstretchable straps and sturdy buckles successfully
copes with this challenge.
- A muzzle stops a dog from
chewing unwanted objects and from licking wounds, thus healing
- It prevents an injured dog from biting if itís† in pain
(for example if it needs to get through unpleasant medical
procedure at a veterinary).
- If your adult dog or foster dog hasn't been exposed to the
public places before and you have no clue how it's going to react,
a muzzle can make the difference
between injury and serenity. This Muzzle is very durable and it is very
difficult for the dog to take it off with paws.
- Dogs who suffer from separation anxiety are tend to destructive
chewing and eating of inedible materials. This Muzzle can prevent unpleasant consequences of
Note! Do not leave the
muzzle on as a matter of habit - it is intended for short-term use
And remember - the best
muzzle is one that suits your dog!
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