Dog Muzzle: Nylon Comfort Muzzles for Dogs at Drs. Foster and Smith
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Nylon Comfort Muzzles

Nylon Comfort Muzzles
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Overview
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Padded, flexible muzzle ensures dog's comfort
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Strong enough to keep any dog under control
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For veterinarian use when handling unknown, aggressive pets
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Safe and humane

This nylon muzzle is padded on the inside for your dog's comfort. A safe, humane way to handle dogs that are aggressive or injured. Inhibits biting, barking, and chewing without causing pain, catching hair, or affecting your dog's breathing. Muzzle is soft, lightweight, and flexible with durably stitched nylon webbing. Features adjustable head strap with quick-fit catch. Black only. Machine washable when soiled. For dogs.

A muzzle is for restraint and not punishment. Muzzle should fit snug, not tight. Not to be used for more than 20 minutes at a time. Do not leave dog unattended when using muzzle. Not recommended for warm weather.

Sizes listed are a general guide. Measure the circumference of the dog's snout just behind the nose.

Size
Pet Size/Weight
Measurement
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under 8 lbs.
4"
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9 - 25 lbs.
4-1/4"
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25 - 50 LBS.
6"
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50 - 80 lbs.
7"
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over 80 lbs.
9"

Please click on "More Information" for fitting directions.

Made for Small Breeds! 2974 and 2975 are specifically designed for your small breed dog.

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Fitting a Nylon Comfort Muzzle
  1. Place the muzzle over the dog's snout. Make sure the muzzle fits comfortably and is not too tight or too loose.
  2. Bring straps behind the dog's head below the ears and snap the buckle.
  3. Adjust the straps until the muzzle fits snugly. Do not over-tighten.
  4. Check the fit to make sure the dog is comfortable. You only need to fit and adjust the muzzle once.
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Age-related behaviors occur in older dogs that suffer from arthritis, separation anxiety, hearing loss or are noise intolerant, confusion, and cognitive disorders.
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