This unique muzzle is designed for those short-snouted hard-to-fit breeds!
- Soft padded bumper that prevents the mesh from rubbing on the eyes
- Makes muzzling quick and convenient
- Breathable mesh and durable nylon construction
- Easy to use side release buckle
- Adjustable slider
Why We Love It:
The Short Snout Dog Muzzle by Canine Friendly in Orange is the ideal solution for dogs that may bite. Injured, scared, or reactive dogs can now be handled for grooming or treatments. It's the perfect addition to the Pet First Aid Kit!
Specially designed for those tricky-to-fit brachiocephalic breeds, it features breathable mesh and durable nylon construction. Easy to use side release buckle makes muzzling quick and convenient.
Some dog breeds that may benefit from this style of muzzle include the Bulldog, French Bulldog, Pug, Pekingese, Bullmastiff, Boxer, Shih Tzu, Japanese Chin, English Toy Spaniel, American Pitbull Terrier, Staffordshire Terrier, Boston Terrier, Brussels Griffon, Chinese Sharpei, Dogue de Bordeaux, Neapolitan Mastiff, Lhasa Apso, and the Affenpinscher.
A wide breathing hole enables these short-snouted dogs that may already have compromised respiration stay cooler. Despite these precautions, always use supervision with any muzzle as prolonged use or an improperly fitted muzzle may affect a dog's ability to pant and cool himself or herself.
These snort-snout dog muzzles are ideal for groomers, animal control agents, veterinarians, dog trainers, and dog foster parents. Dog owners will also want to keep one on hand in your dog first aid kit as injured and frightened dogs are more likely to bite. Help your pet get the care he or she needs by preventing bites!
Muzzle care: Fasten buckles before washing. Wipe surfaces clean with a water dampened cloth.
*Designed as a temporary restraint only. Never leave a muzzled dog unattended as prolonged use or improperly fitted muzzles can affect a dog's natural ability to cool itself.
How to fit your Dog Muzzle:
1. Measure under your dog's chin around to right behind the ears.
2. Place your finger under the measuring tape to ensure enough space for you dog to be comfortable.
3. Fit the selected muzzle on your dog. Test the fit by running your finger inside the strap. Your dog must be able to pant and have free tongue movement.