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Baskerville Ultra Muzzle
Baskerville's Ultra Muzzle is a high-quality muzzle that is restrictive and sufficiently comfortable for your dog. Ideal for dogs who have aggressive, anti-social tendencies, muzzles will assist in training your dog and the Baskerville Ultra Muzzle is treat friendly, so you can properly reward your dog.
The Baskerville Ultra Muzzle was designed by Dr Roger Mugford to protect against bites but not at the expense of his welfare or happiness. The Ultra Muzzle has a more flexible fit for dogs with wider noses and also allows the dog to eat whilst wearing it.
How secure are they?
Very! The ergonomically designed safety strapping ensures the muzzle will always remain securely in place and features two additional points of secure attachment. The loop at the bottom attaches to your dogs regular collar and there is an optional, removable over-head safety strap. A secure metal buckle with pre-holed webbing ensures it is fully adjustable and quick and easy to fit.
Are they comfortable?
Made from strong but maleable thermo plastic rubber (TPR), the muzzle can be moulded to best fit a dogs muzzle by warming in hot water then cooling in cold to create a broad muzzle for a boxer or a narrow muzzle for a Borzoi.
The classic box design Baskerville Muzzle is typically suitable for dogs with narrow noses. This traditional design prevents food scavenging and harmful self-licking. This muzzle is perfect for handling and grooming, protection of wounds, supervised freedom for assertive dogs and preventing scavenging.
Tips & Advice
When first introducing the Baskerville Ultra, place food in your hand and allow the dog to eat through the muzzle – to encourage him to voluntarily put his nose into the muzzle. Continue to do this until he is happy, at which point you can then secure the back strap, which should be sufficiently tight to prevent the dog from removing it. It is useful to pre-locate the holes in the webbing strap to ensure it is easier to fit when on the dog. When fitted, there should be about ½ cm between the end of the dog’s nose and the end of the muzzle. If you do not need to use the top strap, it can be removed.