Pitbull Training or Agitation dog Muzzle - Leather Muzzle


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Perfectly Ventilated Basket Leather Muzzle for Pitbull Attack Training

Has the time to start attack training with the dog come? Don't miss this offer, that will help you to get a first class training gear, suitable also for daily walking with your pet. This Leather Breathable Basket Muzzle is well-fitting and comfortable, is made of a special strong leather to maintain its shape under extreme agitation and to assure long life for the muzzle. Numerous holes make the muzzle well-ventilated, so such an essential requirement for the quality dog supplies is observed. It is very comfortable for your dog and is also very practical for training, traveling, patrolling, guarding and visiting the vet.
Save your money - choose this all-in-one dog leather muzzle.

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Long Lasting Pit Bull Leather Muzzle

Attack Training Leather Pit Bull Muzzle

Comfy Leather Dog Muzzle with Breathable Basket

Well Ventilated Leather Basket Dog Muzzle

Key features of this Pitbull Muzzle:

  • Full grain leather
  • Easy adjustable
  • Non-stretch straps
  • Soft nose padding
  • Good air ventilation
  • Incredibly durable
  • Inhibits biting/chewing
  • Leather covered steel bar

Intended use of this Pitbull Muzzle:

  • Agitation / attack training
  • Safe walking
  • Off-leash training
  • Obedience training
  • Vet visits


  • 3 sizes available (the size depends upon the dog's gender and age)


  • black

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 Padded on Nose Leather Muzzle

Non-rubbing Leather Muzzle

Training Leather Muzzle with Steel Bar

Made of Genuine Leather Sturdy Muzzle

We suppose that you will hardly find the better muzzle for your Pitbull, especially if you are looking for a multifunctional supply. Learn the information below to make sure that you are proposed the best quality equipment.

This muzzle is handcrafted of a strong selected leather, the best material for dog stuff manufacturing thanks to its beneficial characteristics. First of all it is extra durable and long serving, these are very important features when concerning training gears. On the other hand, genuine leather is a natural and hypoallergenic material, that is safe and comfortable for the canine to wear.
The construction of the muzzle is sturdy and keeps its shape within time. It perfectly copes with its main task to inhibit biting, chewing and barking, as keeps dog's snout tight enough. By the way, your dog won't be able to gnaw or pull the muzzle off by himself. Holes in the leather provide excellent air ventilation to ensure the dog will breathe without any obstacles. The muzzle is padded on nose with thick felt for maximum comfort and to prevent rubbing, handcrafted.
This dog muzzle has adjustable straps that allow fastening the item on your dog’s snout easily and quickly enough. It is made of genuine leather, so they are rather flexible but non-stretching.

Please size your dog for good fit (details below)

1.Length - Distance from the tip of the nose to eye line in inches

2.Circumference - Circumference around snout one inch below eye line in inches

3.Eye Line - Distance from eye line to right behind the ears in inches

4.Neck Circumference- Circumference around neck behind ears in inches

5.Width- Snout width in the widest part in inches

6.Height - Snout height , should be measured with mouth a little open in inches

How to measure your dog Click here for details

Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier

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Almost everybody loves puppies. Who could resist that sweet puppy breath or soft, downy fur? Unfortunately, when it comes to dog breeding, a love of puppies is simply not enough to breed your dog. Hundreds of puppies are born every day, and hundreds of adorable puppies are put to sleep in shelters across North America. We have a serious pet overpopulation problem right now. The Reasons People Want to Breed Their Dogs: •I want another one just like my dog. •I want to make money. •I want my children to witness the miracle of birth. •Puppies are cute, there's always people who want puppies. The Reasons People Should NOT Breed Their Dogs: •I want another one just like my dog. This never works according to plan. When a dog gets pregnant, the puppies will take the father's traits, personality, and physical, and the mother's traits, and mix them up, taking some of one, some of another, and developing their own altogether. You will never get a perfect match. Instead, you may end up with the worst traits of both dogs. Even cloning a dog has proven that while a genetic match is possible, looks and temperament are still in the hands of Fate. •I want to make money. I can't believe people can still think they can make money off of puppies. The cost of breeding will overshadow any profits you think to make. The puppies need their first shots before going to their new homes, the mother needs frequent check-ups, and heaven forbid if something goes wrong. And something always goes wrong. •I want my children to witness the miracle of birth. This "miracle" can now be easily viewed by both children and adults thanks to such wonderful programming as "A Baby Story" and "Maternity Ward", both available on cable television. Not only that but how much of a "miracle" will your child be seeing if your beloved pet dies halfway through delivery? •Puppies are cute, there's always people who want puppies. No, unfortunately, this is the most ignorant assumption made these days. Not everybody wants puppies. Hundreds die every day because of the lack of homes. How heartbreaking to hold a twelve-week-old puppy and put her to sleep because somebody thought for sure there would be somebody else who wanted her. For every puppy born, three die in shelters. There are too many out there and not enough homes for them all. If this is not enough reasons to stop you from breeding your dog, then here are a few more: Complications in birth and pregnancies happen all the time. You could face losing your dog to death and all the puppies with her. Will YOU pay the $1200.00 for a much-needed emergency cesarean section when she cannot deliver the pups? What about sexually-transmitted diseases? That stud dog you had picked out may have one. They are more common than you think. How about genetic diseases? They abound. Breeding is not a careless affair, it is so much more than bringing bitch and stud together during a heat cycle. Please think it over carefully....to read the other interesting article please click on here...

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