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Royal Nappa padded loop-like Pitbull muzzle
Handmade exclusively by our craftsmen.You have to see this muzzle to believe the craftsmanship and quality.Due to great design the muzzle is well ventilated.This muzzle is very comfortable for your dog and is also very practical. This muzzle is completely safe and non-toxic. Among the advantages: leather muzzle will not stick to a dog's snout in winter and will not reflect excessive sunlight. Inhibits biting, chewing when properly fitted. Extremely difficult for the dog to dislodge with it's paws. The muzzle is padded inside with very soft Nappa leather for maximum comfort and to prevent rubbing, hand crafted. Fits Rottweiler and similar snout shape breeds
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Hello Guy, From :Liza, UK
I have just received my order placed on the 5th July and wish to thank you for your excellent service. We live in the United Kingdom and had been unable to find a muzzle to fit our Kangal despite a comprehensive search both by ourselves and our vet, well he does have more to gain. My order has arrived in five days and fits perfectly. The muzzle is extremely well made and very sturdy, the dog clearly finds it much more comfortable than his old plastic Baskerville muzzle and finally has the room to open his mouth and pant allowing him to be much more relaxed when wearing it. At last a visit to the vet is not a stressful experience for any of the parties concerned. I will be recommending you to our breed club.
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Cindy Michalak, Michigan, USA
Date added review: 11/05/2014
hi Julia â€“ It is now May and we have been using the muzzle you suggested (in February) every morning! The muzzle keeps her from large/loud barking when we let her out early (do not want to offend the neighbors in the a.m..) At first she tried to rub it off on the ground, but now its just part of the routine. It is helping tremendously and minimizing her barking even when it is off! She is not so prone to bark at everything, like she used to. Thank you for the suggestion and know it has helped us 100%. We adopted her from Ohio English Setter Rescue and they did not tell us about her barking â€śhabitâ€ť â€“ we only noticed a bare spot on her throat. Later, we figured it out that the shock collars need a bare area to be effective. We would never do that to an animal. Thank you again for this most humane method of training.
[5 of 5 Stars]