A muzzle is an essential piece of equipment when your dog shows signs of aggression during walks or needs help in refraining from self-harm. Not only does a muzzle have to be effective, it must be comfortable too. We have spent hours reviewing muzzles to determine which rank as top picks.
This rubber muzzle with a fabric strap allows dogs to eat, drink, and pant while wearing it. It’s designed to attach to your dog’s collar, and includes an optional overhead safety strap.
Pros and cons
We liked the Baskerville’s rubber design so it can be molded for a custom fit. However, dogs with really narrow snouts may have enough room to still bite, and we found that after a while, the rubber chafed.
*Last, and certainly not least, the DogGear team did not forget about large dog harnesses!
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Different sized dogs can have very different needs when it comes to a muzzle because of the shape of their snout or head. Buying the right muzzle can help your dog feel safe and secure while still able to see and breathe comfortably.