Pitbull Hand Painted Leather Muzzle "Dondi" Plus

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  • Model: M78##1072 Pitbull Red dog muzzle

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Cool Design Handpainted Leather Muzzle for Attack or Agitation Training

Do you need to take bark and bite preventing measures while walking and training your Pitbull? Do you like to avoid ordinariness and brighten up the dog's life with exclusively painted gear? Handmade " Magma" painting underlines your pet's personality and character. Make a unique present for your unique dog. The attractive appearance is combined with incredibly comfortable design and extreme strength of the materials. Made of a premium class leather, manually selected and perfectly finished, this dog training tool features a high quality and a long-term use. Absolute comfort for the canine is guaranteed with a thick soft inside padding and ventilation, possible due to the holes in the nose zone.

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Unique Leather Dog Mzzle with Exclusive Design

Designer Leather Dog Muzzle for Attack or Agitation Training

Easy Adjustable Leather Dog Muzzle

4 Ways Adjustable Leather Dog Muzzle

Key features of this Pitbull Muzzle:

  • Combination of materials
  • 100% full grain leather
  • Wet resistant nylon
  • Well-ventilated
  • Riveted for better durability
  • Retains its shape
  • Nylon covered steel bar
  • Long-time service
  • Nose padding

Intended use of this Pit Bull Muzzle:

  • Agitation/Attack training
  • Other training activities
  • Safe walking

Sizes available:

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

Available colors:

  • Paint on black

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

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Extra Strong Riveted Leather Dog Muzzle

Leather dog muzzle padded on nose

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The main peculiarities of this handmade leather muzzle:
1. Uniqueness.
Handmade products are always unique, as any painting can't be repeated twice. Only the best craftsmen are involved into the manufacturing process, so having bought this decorative muzzle, you will never meet the same one.
2. Excellent quality. This Muzzle is made of durable genuine leather that will serve your dog for years! All the parts are carefully stitched or glued for extra durability during agitation work.
3. Easy-to-breathe. If the muzzle is adjusted correctly, it won’t affect your pet's breathing. It has enough holes for free air circulation.
4. Absolute comfort for the dog. All interior parts of this leather dog muzzle are padded with soft non-toxic material to add even more comfort to your furry friend.
5. It is perfect for long training sessions, because the tool doesn’t prevent the canine from opening the mouth, so the dog can pant, that is essential condition while exhausting exercises.
6. Adjustability. The size of the muzzle are easily adjustable, so it won’t be a problem for you to find a fit snug for the dog. 

Breathable Leather Dog Muzzle

Easy to Breathe Leather Dog Muzzle

Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier

...to start reading this and the other useful articles from the beginning please click on here...Building drive for a working dog
Building Drive
You need to teach your dog to channel their drive into what you want. You may use toys as a reward for Agility, Obedience, Weight Pull, Schutzhund, and anything else you do with your dog. You want to teach your dog to covet, want, and pine for that toy. But there must be rules when you play the toy game. First, you can introduce different types of toys and see what works for you. There are for example riot sticks (they are a long, tube shaped tug toy with handle). When you're playing with your puppy before they lose all their baby teeth you need to be careful. If you try to play too aggressively when they are losing teeth you may teach them not to like toys. Playing shouldn't hurt, but instead get them excited about the toy. You want to get a soft toy and toss it and let them bring it back. You may need to put them on a long leash to teach them to come back. If you chase them after tossing a toy you create a game of keep away. After you toss your toy say their name and see if they will come back. If they do not bring it back, reel in the line. Gently take the toy out of the mouth and say "out". If they don't want to give it up try exchanging the toy for a cookie or another toy. Once they lose their puppy teeth you can start cranking up the drive for that toy. Hold your puppy and toss the toy about 6 feet away from them. Do not let them go yet. Hold them and get them excited for that toy, then let them get it. Praise and repeat. This is where you are going to build a love for that toy; this will come in handy when teaching distance in agility or using as a reward. You can build this drive when they have not lost their teeth yet. But you don't want to play tug and really get them excited about having that toy till they have adult teeth. If you have a dog that doesn't like toys try food instead. You can get a small Tupperware container and put food in it. Teach the dog every time he touches the container he gets food. Then you can build drive as described above. When using food it must be killer to die for treats. Like hotdogs or salmon treats. Only use these treats for this exercise so they don't get bored with them. If you are still having issues getting them to go for food, try getting them hungry. A hungry dog is a good working dog. Try feeding a light dinner and skipping breakfast. Then train at about 11am or 12pm. Remember, puppies need, that extra food so don't deprive them of it for too long, just enough to get them hungry and eager to get the food. After training feed them that skipped breakfast. This really should help the dog that is not that interested in food. Once you have that drive for the toy you can start using it in your training. I use it to teach moving away from me in agility or as a reward. This is where you need to enforce rules with the toy. Remember, it is your toy so the game ends when you have it back in your hands. You don't want a dog jumping at you for the toy. They are allowed the toy after they do something you ask so they associate the toy with having to work for it. When you say "out" you don't want to have to fight with them to give it up. If you're having out issues please email me. There are several things to try. This should start you off in the right direction with your puppy....to start reading this and the other useful articles from the beginning please click on here...





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