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Baskerville Ultra Muzzle

a lightweight, basket muzzle with safety strapping to ensure it remains safely in place

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Baskerville Ultra Muzzle

The Baskerville Ultra muzzle from Company of Animals is both practical and comfortable, allowing dogs to pant, drink, take treats, vocalise and play, whilst providing a physical barrier to biting/nipping.

Safety strapping ensures the muzzle will always remain securely in place and features two additional points of secure attachment. The loop at the bottom is designed to attach to your dog’s regular collar and there is an optional, removable over-head safety strap. The Ultra Muzzle also has a secure metal buckle with pre-holed webbing, to ensure it is fully adjustable, quick and easy to fit.

The muzzle comes in 6 sizes to fit most dogs, and this particular style of muzzle often fits flatter faced breeds better than other styles.

If your dog is not used to wearing a muzzle it is a good idea to desensitise your dog to wearing one so that they do not feel frightened or uncomfortable. We recommend creating a positive association with the muzzle by pairing it with yummy treats, fun games or something your dog really likes. Gradually build up the time your dog is wearing the muzzle for, starting with only a few seconds at first, so that your dog slowly gets used to the sensation of having it on.

This video demonstrates nicely how you can teach your dog to accept (and enjoy!) wearing a muzzle

Please note that dogs with a high prey drive or those with a history of reactivity/aggression towards other dogs or people may still be able to inflict injuries and cause significant distress whilst wearing these muzzles if they are off lead and outwith your close control. Therefore we would recommend taking other safety precautions (e.g. keeping your dog on lead) under those circumstances.

Muzzles are a frequently discussed product in our shop so we thought it would be useful to provide a handy article that will hopefully dispel some of the myths and stigmas attached to muzzles and explain why they are often actually the sign of someone being a responsible dog owner and minimising the risk to their own dog and others.

The muzzle comes in 6 sizes to fit most dogs, and this particular style of muzzle often fits flatter faced breeds better than other styles. We recommend bringing your dog into the shop where we can help you select the appropriate size. The following is a rough guide to approximate sizes which will suit different adult dog breeds.

Ultra Muzzle Size Length Nose Circumference
1 6cm / 2.6" 22cm / 8.6"
2 7.5cm / 3" 26.6cm / 10.5"
3 8cm / 3.1" 28cm / 11"
4 9cm / 3.5" 31.4cm / 12.3"
5 12cm / 4.7" 35cm / 13.7"
6 13cm / 5.1" 41cm / 16"

The number next to the breeds below is the recommended size. ‡ = not recommended.

  • Afghan Hound 5
  • Airedale 5
  • Alaskan Malamute 5
  • American Cocker 2
  • American Staffordshire 6
  • Australian Cattle Dog 3
  • Australian Shepherd 3
  • Basenji 2
  • Basset Hound 5
  • Beagle 3
  • Bearded Collie 3
  • Bedlington Terrier 2
  • Belgian Shepherd 5
  • Bernese MD 5
  • Bichon Frisé 1
  • Border Collie 3
  • Border Terrier 2
  • Borzoi 5
  • Boston Terrier ‡
  • Bouvier 6
  • Boxer 6
  • Briard 5
  • Brittany Spaniel 5
  • Buhund 2
  • Bulldog ‡
  • Bull Mastiff 6
  • Bull Terrier 5
  • Cairn Terrier 2
  • Cavalier Spaniel 2
  • Chow Chow 5
  • Chesapeake Bay Retriever 5
  • Cocker (English) 3
  • Corgi 3
  • Dachshund Miniature 1
  • Dachshund Standard 1
  • Dalmatian 4
  • Dobermann 5
  • Elkhound 4
  • English Setter 5
  • Flat Coated Retriever 5
  • Foxhound 5
  • Fox Terrier 2
  • German Shepherd 5
  • Golden Retriever 5
  • Gordon Setter 5
  • Great Dane 6
  • Greyhound 5
  • Hungarian Vizsla 3
  • Irish Setter 5
  • Irish Water Spaniel 3
  • Irish Wolfhound 6
  • Jack Russell 2
  • Japanese Akita 6
  • Keeshond 3
  • Kerry Blue Terrier 4
  • King Charles Spaniel ‡
  • Labrador Retriever 5
  • Lakeland Terrier 2
  • Lhasa Apso ‡
  • Lurcher 5
  • Maltese Terrier 1
  • Maremma Sheepdog 5
  • Mastiff 6
  • Munsterlander 5
  • Newfoundland 6
  • Norfolk/Norwich Terrier 1
  • Old English Sheepdog 5
  • Papillon N/A
  • Pekingese ‡
  • Pharaoh Hound 5
  • Pit Bull 6
  • Pointers 4
  • Poodle Toy 1
  • Poodle Standard 3
  • Pug ‡
  • Pyrenean MD 6
  • Ridgeback 5
  • Rottweiler 6
  • Rough Collie 3
  • St Bernard ‡
  • Saluki 3
  • Samoyed 4
  • Schnauzer Miniature 2
  • Schnauzer 3
  • Schnauzer Giant 6
  • Scottish Terrier 3
  • Sheltie 2
  • Shiba Inu 2
  • Shih Tzu ‡
  • Siberian Husky 5
  • Soft Coated Wheaten 4
  • Springer Spaniel 4
  • Staff Bull Terrier 4
  • Weimaraner 5
  • Welsh Terrier 3
  • West Highland White 2
  • Whippet 2
  • Yorkshire Terrier 1
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