$3.95 to $5.49
Strong, yet soft and flexible nylon mesh with fastening tab and adjustable nylon strap. Inhibits biting, chewing and barking. Read More
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One of the main reasons dogs are given up to shelters every year is due
to excessive barking. Barking is a normal canine behavior, as natural
as humans speaking...
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"Mesh is wonderful! FOR SHORT TERM USE ONLY!"
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO THINK USING A MUZZLE WHILE YOU WALTZ AROUND ALL DAY TO PREVENT CHEWING OR BARKING, AND LEAVE YOUR DOG UNATTENDED. SHAME ON YOU! DOGS USE THEIR MOUTHS AS A MEANS OF COOLING THEMSELVES OFF,AND MUZZLES ARE NOT MEANT TO STAY ON WHILE YOU ARE LOLLY GAGGING AROUND, AND CAN BE LIFE THREATENING TO YOUR ANIMAL! NEVER EVER MUZZLE A DOG AND LEAVE THEM, ESPECIALLY ON A WARM DAY.
My basset hound is a barker. When we go for a walk, he barks at every dog he sees. I put this on and it works. If it isn't tight enough, he can get it off. I learned that right away. With it on, he can only make a muffled rrmmphhh sound.
I have used this muzzle on daily walks for my 120lb bullmastiff mix and it does exactly what it s supposed to do. No matter what furry little dog walks near, he cannot bark, nor redirect to the other dogs. Although he CAN still sneak eating random food if i dont see it first!
"Waste of money"
Initial tests were ok. Put it on my sweet but destructive dog & left for about 3 hours. She got the muzzle off & chewed it, then went on a chewing rampage through my house. So now I am out the $ I spent on the muzzle & whatever she destroyed because she was mad at me for putting the muzzle on her & leaving.
"not too good"
I just put this on my Basenji, Darlin, and she immediately got out of it. She is a biter, and I need one for bathing her. I do not recommend this model.