Everyday Pit bull Leather muzzle-Dog Muzzle for Pitbull Terrier


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Everyday Leather Dog Muzzle for Pitbull Breed

Handmade exclusively by our craftsmen. You have to see this muzzle to believe the craftsmanship and quality. Due to great design the muzzle is well ventilated.

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This muzzle is very comfortable for your dog and is also very practical for training, traveling, patrolling, guarding and visiting the vet.

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Safe Walking Everyday Leather Pitbull Muzzle

Everyday Leather Pitbull Muzzle

Ventilated Leather Pitbull Muzzle with Special Holes for Breathing

Ventilated Pitbull Muzzle with Special Holes

Comfy Walking Leather Pitbull Muzzle with 2 Adjustable Straps

Leather Pitbull Muzzle with 2 Adjustable Straps

Key features of this Pitbull Muzzle:

Intended use of this Pitbull Muzzle:

  • Absolutely comfortable
  • Handmade model
  • High quality components
  • Inoxidizable metallic buttons
  • Adjustable straps
  • Free from poison materials
  • Well-fitting configuration
  • Lightweight
  • Properly ventilated
  • Difficult to remove with paws
  • Visiting a veterinarian
  • Jumping&Running
  • Airing of American Pit Bull Terrier
  • Traveling by municipal transport
  • Various training occupations

Everyday American Pit Bull Terrier muzzle/ Pictures from our customers:

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Feedback from our customer :

I reseived leather muzzle for my Pitbull (Marry).
It looks best and fits comfortably and securely.
Its been very helpful, and has allowed her to enjoy more social time with other dogs.
Thanks again.

How to measure your dog for good fit muzzle:

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: Snout width in the widest part
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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This muzzle is completely safe and non-toxic.Among the advantages: leather muzzle will not stick to a dog's snout in winter and will not reflect excessive sunlight. Inhibits biting, chewing.

Extremely difficult for the dog to dislodge with it's paws. The dog muzzle is padded on nose with thick felt for maximum comfort and to prevent rubbing,hand crafted. Short summary of futures: Leather dog muzzle made of strong leather,padded on nose with thick felt for maximum comfort and to prevent rubbing,handcrafted,design provides your dog with good ventilation

Tips For Pit Bull Owners:

  • Be aware of the fact that any dog can bite. From the smallest to the largest, even the most friendly, cute and easygoing dogs might bite if provoked. By acquiring a leather dog muzzle today you prevent dog biting tomorrow.
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Articles about American Pit Bull Terrier

...to start reading this article from the beginning please click on here...In the case of our breed (where this is not a common color) this is what often happens, but it is important to realize that when the tan-point pattern does pop up it is not some new color mutation that appeared out of nowhere, but rather the manifestation of a gene that has been present in this breed all throughout the known history of the American Pit Bull Terrier. Though it is impossible to say for sure where the coloration originated, our best guess would be that it came from some sort of terrier blood that was introduced many, many years ago, probably during the early formation of the breed in the British Isles. Actually, part of the reason the color is uncommon is that there has been a distinct prejudice against it by many people, either because they feel it is not a typical Pit Bull color, or even actually thought it was the result of a mixed breeding. The latter reason shows an ignorance of basic genetic principles, because the gene is recessive, there is no way you could breed a Rottweiler or a Doberman or Manchester Terrier to a Pit Bull and get puppies with the tan-point markings unless the Pit Bull was carrying the tan-point gene too. If in fact the black and tan color was not present in the APBT gene pool, you would have to breed to a dog of another tan-point breed, and then breed two offspring from such a breeding back together to get black & tan dogs, in the first generation you would get no tan-pointed offspring. The tan point gene does not actually create a black & tan animal, the gene itself does not produce any color but rather a pattern of a solid color with light-colored 'points'. These 'points' always appear in specific places but the actual size and distribution of them is somewhat variable. The exact coloration that is produced by the tan-point gene is dependant on the color genes present at other loci, for instance if the pigmentation is black, the result will be a black & tan, but if the dog's pigmentation is chocolate or blue then the pattern would produce a chocolate & tan or a blue & tan, respectively....to continue reading this article please click on here...

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