• Model: M9###1013 Wire Basket Muzzle

Free Panting and Breathing Wire Basket Dog Muzlle for Boxer


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Wire Basket Dog Muzzle for Boxer

You like walking with your dog, but its muzzle makes a lot of inconveniences? Forget about these problems as this Wire Basket Dog Muzzle doesn't restrict your dog's movements, allows it bark, pant and even drink water! And all this without any danger for surrounding people. Isn't it great? Moreover, it inhibits chewing or gathering undesirable things from the ground, that can harm your dog.

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  • High quality basket muzzle for safe walkingGood air circulation of the muzzle wil let your pet breathe freely
  • Drinking water is not a problem with this wire muzzle!

Key features of this Dog Muzzle:

  • solid metal basket with great air flow
  • soft nose padding for better comfort
  • riveted leather lining for better durability
  • adjustable leather neck straps

Intended use of this Dog Muzzle:

  • training with comfort
  • safe walking
  • taking the dog to a vet
  • playing

Sizes available:

  • over 15 sizes available

Available colors:

  • black

How to measure your dog for good fit of the 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

Why do we advise you to choose this Boxer Wire Basket Muzzle?

  • Absolute freedom. As you may see on the picture, this muzzle is much bigger than the dog's snout. Such design provides excellent air circulation and doesn't restrict your dog's natural actions. Thus, it can open its mouth, pant, bark or drink water, like it is unmuzzled. It encourages your dog to be active and lively. However, it is impossible for your dog to bite someone or to gather garbage from the ground when muzzled.
  • Comfort in wearing. This Boxer Dog Muzzle was created even for the most sensitive dogs. Due to its soft felt padding inside the upper part of the muzzle, it protects your dog's nose from rubbing. Your Boxer will be very pleased with comfort, this muzzle grants.
  • Additional safety. Due to the special design, adjustable leather strap gets deep under the chin and fixes the muzzle properly fitting your dog. Thus, the muzzle doesn't move around the dog's snout and makes it really difficult to take it off with its paws. However, remember, that you should choose the correct muzzle size and fit it snug for your dog.

From the Tibetan Mastiff to the Boxer
Articles about great Boxer. Posted by Boxer-Dog-Breed-Store
Boxer takes its origin from the Mastiff dogs, the native land of which is Tibet. The progenitor of many dogs was the Tibetan Mastiff - large thick haired dog of black and tan color. The dogs of the kind were very expensive and only noblemen, chieftains and emperors could afford them. There were no single look for these dogs up to the 19th century. Huge selection work allowed to breed harmonious, strong and fearless dog with specific head construction and stable and strong nervous system.

The original dog was the Bullenbeisser bitch Flora of brindle color, brought from France. She had a look very close to the desirable breed. Her partner was red Boxle of German origin. In 1898 their famous grand granddaughter Meta was born. It was a whitish with brindle spots dog that is considered to be the foremother of all boxers.

Analyzing the initial working period with boxer breed, it is to be said that the new breed creation was held purposefully through usage of the progressive selection methods. They included inbreeding for the model dog breed with gradual desirable type fixing. Selection experts created a new breed without losing anything of the ancestors' rich legacy. Its creators from the very beginning made the right choice in severe dog screening if they had undesirable features such as bare bite and spotted, black or white colours. In 1896 there was established a club for boxer admirers with residence in Munich. The same year the first breed description was made. Breed standards of 1905, 1920 and 1925 continuously introduced more strict figure requirements that allowed to achieve quick success. The last standard editing is dated by 1967 and it was fixed in the International Cynological Association under type 144.
Some details of Boxer dog breeding. - READ MORE!

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