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Ultra Baskerville Muzzles
Based on 10 reviews
$16.59 - $35.49

Ultra Baskerville Muzzles

#MZL0027001
Based on 10 reviews
$16.59 - $35.49
Features
  • Extremely tough and durable
  • Malleable and soft to touch
  • Attach to your dog’s regular collar
  • Optional over-head safety strap
  • Dog can pant, drink, and eat through muzzle

How to size a muzzle

Description

Ultra Baskerville Muzzle is the ultimate muzzle. Every aspect of the muzzle’s design has been created to combine maximum safety with comfort for the dog. The material is extremely tough and durable, yet malleable and soft to touch. The ergonomically designed 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 an optional over-head safety strap should ensure that even a canine Houdini cannot escape. The Ultra also has a secure metal buckle with pre-holed webbing, to ensure it is quick and easy to fit. The neoprene padding ensures it is snug and comfortable. As welfare is always paramount with our product design, the dog can pant, drink and eat through this revolutionary muzzle, which comes in six sizes to fit most dogs.

Additional Resources

For help in learning how to size your dog for an ultra baskerville muzzle, we have an instructional video here and a written article here that go into greater detail.

Sizing

There are a few things you need to know about sizing a muzzle for your dog:

  1. The muzzle cannot be longer than your dog’s actual "nose length". If the muzzle is longer than your dog's nose length, the muzzle will be in the dog's line of vision.
  2. The muzzle's circumference must be larger than your dog's "nose circumference." We recommend between one and three inches larger than your dog's measurement. If the muzzle is the exact same size as your dog's nose, the dog won't be able to pant. It is very important that you give your dog enough room to pant while wearing the muzzle.
SizeLengthCircumference
Size 12.25"7.5"
Size 22.75"9.5"
Size 33"10.5"
Size 43.25"12.25"
Size 53.75"14"
Size 64"15"

Due to the muzzle shape and size of some breeds, it is not recommended that those breeds use the Ultra Baskerville Muzzle, as it will not fit them correctly. These breeds include: Boston Terrier, Bulldog, King Charles Spaniel, Lhasa Apso, Pekingese, St Bernard, Pug, and the Shih Tzu.

Reviews
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Nice job on the ultra design. My dog can longer nip or bite people. What a comfort for me when she is around other people. You have to make sure the unit strap is tight enough behind the ears, otherwise she can pull it off. This only happened once. (my fault, not the product.) this muzzle seems to be comfortable for her, and it seems to give me better control of her when walking. It also lets other people know that she may not be approachable.

I've wasted money on other products, but this one is worth every dollar!! It gets 5 stars on my review. Looks like I'm going to keep my dog now.

Jim S. Atlanta, GA.

Thanks Baskerville, your friend , Thisa the dog.

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I purchased after much thought and trepidation, a Baskerville muzzle for my dog, Rupa. Rupa is a dog who will not, and I mean NOT let anyone clip her toenails. I was wasting money and impacting her health with constant short trims that only pissed off my vet and groomer and traumatized my dog.

Rupa is a very wary dog with quite a bit of personal space. I only bought the muzzle on the remote hope that I could somehow train her to wear it. See, the muzzling caused her to totally lose it, out of all reason when she was trimmed. Once finally muzzled, she was already in full panic mode. Three grown men could not hold her.

I decided to try the Baskerville muzzle. Even measuring her nose for it took three tries, as she is seeing me come at her with a string. After it quickly arrived, I slooooowly began to use the training method described. I used home made liver jerky as a jackpot reward and trained her tirelessly each day. I'll never forget the first time I managed to slip that muzzle on her face. And consequent days that we trained, building up to the buckling, using peanut butter on the nose part. After some weeks, she would be my little baseball catcher and parade the house watching for a treat, her nails snagging the rug as she walked.

Yes, the day came when I did her nails, and yes, it was bad. However!!! She didn't bite me or anyone. She could pant and open her mouth to breathe. And guess what?? Next day I jiggled the treats and she lined up to be muzzled. THANK YOU, Ed!!!!

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I am using it to keep my dog from licking his wounds, but I will be using it on public walks to keep the overly aggressive public from being bit because they want to pet my dog. The muzzle is lightweight and easy to clean. After some adjustments I found a nice fit for Tucker. He seems to like it better than the cone of shame.

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I just wanted to praises Leerburg on a product and an online video. I have a rescued GSD that is dog and people aggressive. I recently purchased the Baskerville muzzle. After watching the online video "Conditioning your Dog to a Muzzle," I was able to take my dog out for a walk with it on after 2 days. Obviously it is not his favorite thing but with some slight leash correction I was able to have him ignore it in 10 minutes or less. Thank you for providing top quality products and videos. I am a pet owner and not a trainer but Leerburg has helped me IMMENSELY.

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I LOVE our Baskerville muzzles! We have two adult Malinois and a Siberian Husky/Bulldog mix along with a parade of Military Working Dog foster puppies from the Lackland afb breeding program. All of these dogs learn to wear this muzzle. For example, we always muzzle for nail trims just in case I make a mistake and quick the dog. I try not to, but with thick black nails, it can happen.

We watched the instructional video, "Conditioning You Dog to a MUZZLE" on this site and trained them all according to its clear, detailed directions. The dogs literally love these muzzles since they are closely associated with peanut butter.

One of our Mals can be unpredictably reactive so she wears her muzzle whenever she is in public where her triggers could occur. It keeps her safe, and this muzzle is comfortable for her to wear so she doesn't mind it.

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Okay, I really do not believe in muzzles however, my dog is to aggressive out in public and would jump at other dogs. This muzzle is perfect for that safety. I know he cannot bite anybody or another dog. He can drink, pant, and eat. He can even carry his favorite furry toy. My dog is a mutt, part lab, shepherd, kita, and everything else. He is about 70 lbs with a big head. The only down part about the muzzle is the strap that goes over his head. I can't seem to make it tight enough, when I do it lies too close against his nose. I have a size 5. I had to cut the strap to make so it does not dangle in his face. My dog now plays with other dogs and I do not worry that he will bite. Great muzzle and will recommended for anyone who fears that their dog may bite. My dog did get used to it and now knows when it goes on he is going for a play date and loves it. - Chesapeake Beach, Maryland

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113 Lb GSD... Great Muzzle. Has plenty of mouth room and fits very well. Comfortable for long use. Strong and durable.

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I recently purchased an Ultra Baskerville Muzzle and it's a great product. My dog hardly cares that she has it on. She can receive treats, drink, and pant yet cannot get into trouble. It fits securely but comfortably and it is virtually impossible for her to get it off - in fact she hasn't even tried! She accepted it from day one.

Thanks!

Stan

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This is a very nice muzzle! My German shepherd is a size 6; he has a longer muzzle than the recommended size 5. It is very sturdy and a well fitting muzzle. This is a very open muzzle and allows maximum airflow. My dog has no problem eating or drinking with this muzzle on. Even if you don't have an aggressive dog this is a nice muzzle to have around in case of an emergency (better safe than sorry).

Courtney

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My staffy chewed right through his muzzle would not recommend for a strong dog.

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