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To make DIY dog muzzle,use any long strip of material that you can find like ribbon, maybe some oldpantyhose or rope. From the dog's nose, loop it under the chin and tie into aknot. Take both ends of the materialbehind the ears then tie into a bow. Make sure it does not hurt the dog in any way and that it appears toserve its' purpose.

Posted on May 13, 2012

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Yes, you can make and you can also take help from YouTube!!

Posted on Jan 12, 2019

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If the dog cannot pant, then that is bad for the dog. Also, a dogs nose is sensitive and easily injured; more than most people realize. If a DIY muzzle were tight enough to work, then the nose could be injured making it hard for the dog to breathe. Pantyhose stretch and might not work if you are trying to keep the dog from biting. The whole contraption could roll up over the dogs eyes and injure him/her. The dog might wiggle it into the mouth and get gagged. For your pet's safety, buy one.

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What is a pet muzzle?


A muzzle is an object used to cover the snout of your pet (often dogs), restricting the ability to open their mouths.

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How do I measure my dog accurately for a muzzle?


Here is a great guide to know how to properly measure for both a basket muzzle and an open ended fabric muzzle - http://www.petedge.com/library/library.jsp?pageName=Sizing%20Guide%20Pet%20Muzzles

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How long is an acceptable amount of time to leave a muzzle on my dog?


Time is not a factor when muzzling your pet, as long as you have a muzzle that fits properly and is comfortable.

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How should I measure my dog properly for a muzzle?


I found you a great video tutorial that will explain how to best measure your dog for a new muzzle -


http://www.ehow.com/video_5226241_measure-dog-muzzle.html

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My two dogs are constantly fighting with each other. Should I put muzzles on them both?


Muzzles are not to be used as a way of curing aggression problems. Muzzles are often misused and can eventually lead to causing more damage. In this scenario, your solution seems like crates and serious obedience training is needed.

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Why should I use a muzzle on my dog?


There are several uses for muzzles:

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  • For use at the vet/groomer



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Out of all the types of muzzles, why get a wire muzzle?


Wire basket muzzles are my personal preference for my dogs. They allow the dog proper air flow and does not restrict them for all activities; for instance, they can still drink water with the muzzle on.

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My cat meows very loudly in the spring. Will a cat muzzle keep her quiet?


You cat is in heat. Get her spayed if it bothers you. She will probably go berserk if you try putting a muzzle on her.

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Is it ok to put a dog in a muzzle for many hours or days?


Dogs should never be muzzled for more than a few hours at atime. It is considered cruel becausemuzzles can be painful. If you have tohave a dog muzzled for longer than desirable, you should use a basket muzzlebecause they tend to be the most comfortable. If you feel like you need to keep a dog muzzled for days at a time, I wouldconsider taking him to training to work on the issues or to a shelter instead.

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Do muzzles make dogs stop barking?


I think it just closes their mouth enough so that they can not bark?

Not an expert though

Hope this helps

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