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About Dog Muzzles
Sometimes dog walks don’t go as smoothly as you’d like: if your pooch reacts badly to their canine companions by barking excessively or even biting, a dog muzzle will keep them (and others nearby) protected. Browse OnBuy’s virtual shelves to find one that’s just right for your pooch.
We have plenty of dog muzzles that allow drinking and normal behaviour like panting, making them a comfortable option for your pup. Plus, with plenty of space for treats, it will make training your canine around other dogs that much easier.
For extra style points and comfort, opt for a leather dog muzzle that will keep your furry friend well ventilated - perfect for when they’re out and about on warmer days. Whatever type of muzzle for dogs you opt for, just make sure it’s safe and non-restricting for them.
Frequently asked questions about dog muzzles
What kind of dog muzzle should I get?
There are a variety of different muzzle types, and they all have their strengths and weaknesses. Be wary of using metal muzzles, as they can be unforgiving when bumped into objects, and your dog’s nose and tongue could freeze to the metal in very cold temperatures. Some muzzles designed for grooming don’t allow your dog to pant properly, and should only be worn for a few minutes at a time.
Do muzzles make dogs more aggressive?
Wearing a muzzle will not make your dog more aggressive, and there are many reasons, like an injured nose or snout, for you to put a muzzle on your dog even when they’re not aggressive. That said, while a muzzle prevents your dog from biting other dogs or people, it will do nothing to curb other aggressive behaviour.
Is it bad to make my dog wear a muzzle to stop it for chewing?
It’s not bad, but putting a muzzle on your dog to stop them chewing is a temporary fix for a long term problem. A muzzle will prevent a dog from chewing and can be a helpful training aid, but it won’t stop your dog from wanting to chew things. You might want to speak to your vet if your dog suddenly starts chewing more than usual.
Can I leave the muzzle on my dog all day long?
Your dog won’t be harmed if you leave it muzzled for a long time, provided it can pant and breathe properly. However, you shouldn't leave a muzzle on your dog when you’re not around, as they can injure themselves with it by accident. Don’t use a muzzle for off-leash play or walking either.
Will a muzzle help my dog stop scavenging?
A muzzle will stop your dog from picking up food in their mouth, but you should always keep your dog on a lead if they’re wearing a muzzle.