$9.99 to $16.99
Baskerville Ultra Muzzle, BlackThe Baskerville Ultra Muzzle is the ultimate muzzle for Dogs. The Baskerville muzzle is comfortable enough to be worn for extended periods of time. The Baskerville Muzzle is your best choice for preventing aggressive behaviors such as biting, to self destructive behaviors such as licking wounds. Your dog can continue to take treats, drink and eat. Designed by veterinary behaviorist, Dr. Roger Mugford, to be secure and comfortable. The muzzle strap has a loop at the bottom so you can thread your dog's collar through it. For even more security, use the removable over-the-head safety strap. Features neoprene padding on the straps for comfort.
- Color: Black
- Size: 1 (Border Terrier, Jack Russel),2 (Cocker Spaniel, Beagle),3 (Collie, Staff Bull Terrier),4 (Pointer, Pit Bull),5 (Labrador, German Shepherd),6 (Great Dane, Rottweiler)
Last fall I adopted a puppy and quickly discovered he had a strong taste for mushrooms. A wet fall meant plenty of them in my yard. The vet had no options but when I suggested a muzzle she said ... why didn't I ever think of that! (My son is the genius!) I tried a cloth soft muzzle but he could still get his tongue out enough to eat them. We got one and it worked great. Now that he's grown up I'm ordering a bigger size to have on hand for mushroom season this fall. I'm sure not all 'shrooms are poisonous but he is adept at finding them and this is the only option to save him and his liver!
this muzzle is great.i have a pit bull and this muzzle work so good.
"Great Dane Muzzle"
Great muzzle! So glad I went with this one. It's well made but not too heavy and bulky. The straps are made well and will not cause my dog any discomfort. This will be a great training tool. Thank you!
"light and sturdy"
These muzzles are excellent. They are light, strong, fully adjustable, and sturdy enough for aggressive dogs.
I purchased this type of muzzle to prep my emotionally damaged rescue bulldog/dane/lab mix for his and all of my vet and her staff's protection on walks and vet visits because he can be aggressive. He is a 70 plus pound dog and the first thing I noticed when I took it out of the box was just how potentially faulty the clasp on the back of the head is. It is a metal, always moving around piece like what is on a buckle on a pair of shoes, except those are more sturdy and stay in place better. Fortunately, I never had it fail under pressure because in the almost two months I have tried to get my dog accustomed to the muzzle, I had never needed him in it. He let me know today that even with all of the peanut butter inside and the gradual time to ease it on his nose he is now fed up with the prospect and isn't going to tolerate it. I cannot believe that the manufacturer put a clasp this flimsy on an item obviously meant for dogs that could harm people if the muzzle got loose in certain situations. While I have NOTHING but wonderful things to say about the good folks at Jeffers, I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone in a similar situation as I am with my dog. The muzzle should give you piece of mind, not cause you more worry and stress as to if it is going to fail.