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  • Model: M5###1031 Leather Muzzle


Perfect Leather Muzzle for Agitation/Attack training

Due to their big size, the Great Danes are sometimes considered to be aggressive or uncontrollable. Of course, some of them may have such features of character and if your dog belongs to this category, you may decide to train your dog and cultivate aggressiveness in him. In this case, please, take into consideration that the owner should know how to direct and control the dogís aggressiveness. Your Great Dane is to be taken to special Attack training sessions and there he will be taught different commands, that may help in unpredictable situations.

However, every professional dog trainer will probably say that the dog needs Heavy-duty Muzzle, meant for such purposes. This Leather Muzzle has everything to become favourite training tool for you and your Great Dane! Please, read the following information to find out more about this Strong Muzzle.

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Key features of this Great Dane Muzzle:

  • Dog safe material
  • Leather covered steel bar
  • Adjustable straps
  • High-quality material
  • Nose padding
  • Handmade
  • 100% full grain leather
  • Inhibits biting/chewing
  • Extra strong rivets

Intended use of this Great Dane Muzzle:

  • Attack/Agitation training
  • Walking
  • Dog's socializing
  • Vet visit

Sizes available:

  • 3 sizes available

Available colors:

  • Black
  • Brown

How to measure your Great Dane for good fit Muzzle:

How to
measure your dog
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

We recommend this Leather Muzzle to be used during Attack/Agitation training sessions because:

Itís very durable. This Muzzle is made of very strong leather that maintain its shape and has special leather covered steel bar, that is very helpful during extreme agitation. The straps of the Muzzle are reliably riveted with very strong rivets so you may be sure they wonít tear for a long time. Besides, the straps are made of high-quality leather and wonít stretch in time.

Itís safe and comfortable. Firstly, the Muzzle is safe for your dog, because the material, itís made of, is dog-friendly and non-toxic. Secondly, this Muzzle has special wholes that make it possible for your Great Dane to breath freely, however, if you think your dog needs more ventilation, choose one of our Wire or Basket Muzzles, that are neither less quality nor less durable than this one. Thirdly, the Muzzle is padded with soft thick material on the nose part. It is made to prevent skin rubbing when your Great Dane wears this Leather Muzzle for a long time.

Remember, that your dog should be supervised wearing this Muzzle!

Why does Great Dane eat unnecessary things?
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Sometimes Great Dane may eat unnecessary or dangerous things. It is not only unhygienic, but also dangerous to the dog's health. There are several reasons, why Great Dane eat unedible things. He may do it because of incorrect feeding or worms. One more reason is boredom. Great Dane may eat things to get new information about the environment or he may consider it to be aproppriate physical activity. Great Dane may also accidentally swallow thing, that was meant to be studied first. What should be done to prevent Great Dane from eating unnecessary stuff? One of probable solutions is to buy dog toys for your Dane. You will be able to redirect dog's attention to "right" things to play with.
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