Strong Basket Muzzle to
give your dog all possible freedom
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Wire Cage Muzzle for Great Dane
Have you ever tried to put a Muzzle on
your dogs snout? If the answer is positive, youíve probably
observe the dogís reaction. Naturally, dogs donít like to be
restricted in something. There are situations though, when such
restriction is not a matter of choice and, being an owner of such
strong breed as Great Dane, you know what effect may unmuzzled dog
cause upon other people. Our designers took into consideration the
aforementioned aspects and created this Heavy weight Wire Muzzle to give your Great Dane
as much freedom as possible, but keep him restrained at the same
time. Itís true that your noble Great Dane may not like putting
this Muzzle on as well, but he will be more compliant after
getting that this Muzzle allows to explore the environment freely.
Please, read the following information to find out more about this
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- Durable Muzzle for everyday walking
- Good choice for your Great Dane
Key features of this Dane
- Allows drinking/barking
- May be used in winter
- Wire cage covered with rubber
- Non-stretch strap
- Inside padded nose part
Intended use of this Dane
- Obedience training
- Socializing your dog
- Everyday walking
How to measure your Great Dane for good
||Length: Distance from the tip
of the nose to eye line in inches
||Circumference: Around snout one inch
below eye line in inches
||Eye Line: Distance from eye line to the point right behind the ears
||Neck Circumference: Circumference around
neck behind ears in inches
||Width: Snout width in the widest part
||Height: Snout height , should be measured
with mouth a little open
To see more precise instructions how
to measure your Dog - Click here
information you should know before choosing this Wire Muzzle:
It is perfect for winter season.
Great Dane is a very active dog and he wants to spend time
outdoors no matter if itís spring, summer or winter. However,
during the winter season itís important to choose anti-freezing
equipment to protect you dogís snout from sticking to the Muzzle.
This Muzzle in covered with a special compound plastic and rubber
that prevents sticking no matter how low is the temperature
outside. Donít deprive your dog of playing and doing other
activities in snowy and cold weather!
It is comfortable for the dog. This
Basket Muzzle allows dog to open his mouth, to drink water and to
bark wherever Great Dane wants it. Besides, good air flow protects
your dog from problems with breathing. The upper nose part of the
Muzzle is padded with very soft material for your dog to feel
comfortable during long-term wearing of the Muzzle. The inside
padding also helps to avoid excessive skin rubbing. Provide your
Great Dane with the comfort he deserves!
It is very durable. Itís
very difficult for the dog to dislodge the Muzzle because the cage
goes right under the dogís chin, thus you may be sure your dog
wonít take off the Muzzle abruptly in unexpected situations. Only
high-quality metal is used to produce the wire cage of the Muzzle
so it will serve you and your dog for years. Donít hesitate to buy
top-quality equipment for your beautiful Great Dane!
Where did our favourite Great Dane come from?
Articles about Great Dane.
Posted by great-dane-dog-breed-store.com
The first skeletons of the dogs are approximately 8 000 to 10 000 years old and itís very difficult to say from which of the breeds, existed so many years ago, originated the Great Danes. The oldest picture of Dane-like dog is dated to 12th century B.C. and was found on the wall of the Babylonian temple. It is a well-known fact that ancient Assyrians had dogs, looking like the modern Great Danes. Dane-like dogs were presented to Alexander the Great, who brought them to Greece, later they came to Europe through the Alps. Dane-like dogs were also well-known in Poland, Russia and Germany. In the Middle Ages Dane-like dogs participated in hunting for wild animals, such as wild boar, bear and wolf. In 18th century the number of wild animals in the forests was substantially decreased and the firearm appeared, so there was no need to use dogs when hunting. In 1880 it was offered to call Dane-like dogs ďGerman MastiffĒ, but in France and some other countries they are still known as ďthe Great DanesĒ. There are no reasonable grounds to consider Denmark to be the motherland of the breed.
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