Pitbull Terrier Royal Nappa Leather Dog Muzzle


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Anti-barking Leather Nappa Padded Leather Muzzle for Pitbull Comfort

Are you a law-abiding citizen, so ready to secure the passers-by from your dog's barking? Are you looking for a muzzle that is simple in design but reliable and practical in use? You are offered to pay your attention at this Leather Dog Muzzle, a high-end tool for socializing your canine. Due to a special loop-like design, your pet will be provided with sufficient airflow, still kept from barking, biting and other undesirable actions. Besides, inside Nappa padding eliminates rubbing, so the dog will feel no discomfort. Are you still thinking it over? One more advantage is that it was developed especially for Pitbull Terrier, considering all the physiological peculiarities of this very dog breed.

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Key features of this Pitbull Muzzle:

  • light weight design
  • super airflow
  • softest natural leather
  • Nappa padding inside
  • rust-proof buckles
  • fully adjustable

Intended use of this Pitbull Muzzle:

  • daily walking
  • long-time weekend walks
  • dog socializing
  • pet transportation
  • obedience training
  • off-leash training
  • vet visits


  • Pitbull
  • GSD
  • Rottweiler


  • black

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Demandable Leather Dog Muzzle

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Amazing quality and comfort.
This dog muzzle is made of the best quality 100% genuine leather, the material known for its wear-and-tear resistance. Leather preserves its great serviceability during many years, keeping its form and look. Interior stitching adds durability and prolongs the life of this practicabale gear. The inner part of the muzzle is crafted of a special nappa padding to gurantee the canine feels nothing but a tender touch of soft material.
Smart design.
When your dog is wearing this Muzzle you donít have to worry about. 100% guarantee of safety for your doggie and the surrounders. While the straps on the tool are adjusted properly, the dog can't bark, eat or just open his mouth widely, at the same time he won't gasp for breath, as due to the unusual design, the airflow is not blocked. You won't face any difficulties in adjusting this muzzle. It is equipped with two adjustable and a quick-release buckles to fix the canine tightly and not to let the pet dislodge the muzzle with its paws.

Walk proudly with your Pitbull and don't be afraid that it will be followed up with any problems.

How to measure your Pitbull 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

It is important to know about muzzling in general, as for this muzzle it really works magic as an educative tool:†

Pitbull Terrier Royal Nappa Leather Dog Muzzle

Pitbull Terrier Royal Nappa Leather Dog Muzzle

Tips For Pitbull Owners:
The most important things to consider when selecting a dog leather muzzle are the dog's safety and comfort. Proper measurements are very important.

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...to start reading the other useful article from the beginning, please, click on here...Scatterbreeding
Scatterbreeding within the APBT may or may not be a good thing but in most cases that we see, especially in regards to your typical back yard breeder, scatter bred dogs usually end up lacking in all but the most basic of breed type, they are typically genetically unpredictable in temperament and conformation in relation to their sire and dam. (The meaning of this: it is not that scatterbred individuals can not look very pretty and they may even fit the standard but ultimately because there is no consistency in their lineage there is also no consistency in their genetics). What this means is that breeding a scatterbred dog is typically a BAD THING TO DO, especially in these times where there are thousands of pit bulls that end up in shelters and in rescues. It is not that a scatterbred dog will be unstable of temperament but because we are lacking perspective based upon experience with the increasing diverse traits of the ancestors we do not likely know if the dogs Grandmother was viscous to humans or extremely timid. Thus, the scatterbred dog you own may be fine, but it is possible for it to throw timid or viscous dogs similar to the Grandmother. As a Reputable Breeder, you want to avoid this type of possibility. There is no any objectives to propogate Fear Issues or Aggression in our breed. For this reason some usually see scatterbred puppies from the same litter with wide variation in regards to temperament, health, coloration, type and many other traits that are set and maintained by Linebreeding. Consider a new kennel that has a scatterbred female they are very proud of because it is their first "papered dog" and a good quality linebred female of medium Inbreeding Coefficient. The very sad thing actually is that, these days, anyone that owns a pit bull, no matter the lineage, thinks they need to breed them. Anyways, the scatterbred owner, rather than outsourcing to a higher quality stud of the line of the female or outcrossing to a high-quality stud of another set germ-line, they took the easy route and bred to the "in house" or "down the street" scatterbred male. We must wonder to what purpose this is done. Because we really know nothing about the scatterbred dam nor the equally scatterbred sire nor anything about the consistency of traits many generations behind them. Thus, we now know nothing genetically about the puppies. Breeding a linebred animal to a scatterbred animal is not Outcrossing it is producing another generation of scatterbred puppies. However, if we bred the puppies from this litter back to the sire we would be on the road to developing a specific germline (in the long run) but in reality this should only be done if the scatterbred animal is of the utmost quality in all the traits we desire (or at least a majority) and certainly traits that are lacking in the stable germline. If this scatterbred animal is only mediocre quality then we will be developing a mediocre germline that must be improved in an uphill breeding effort....to read the other interesting article please click on here...
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