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Baskerville Ultra Muzzle

Baskerville Ultra Muzzle


Our Baskerville Muzzles provide you with reassurance in a wide variety of situations – and for those around you, seeing a muzzled dog shows responsible pet parenting.


Whether you need something suitable for a visit to the vet or groomers, for travelling on public transport, or for the daily dog walk, a muzzle is also handy in preventing the scavenging of food waste or wildlife.


Robustly designed for complete safety and comfort, Baskerville muzzles can be confidently used to manage and during the re-training of aggressive or nervous dogs, while allowing them to pant, drink and enjoy life at all times.


Lightweight and containing no metal work, the muzzle can easily be heat shaped to achieve the perfect fit for greater comfort.

  • Features

    Keeps your dog and others safe when out and about

    Allows panting, drinking, and eating treats

    Collar loop and moulded head strap fitting for a better and more secure fit

    Lightweight: no metal!

  • Muzzle training

    How do I get my dog used to wearing a muzzle ?

    A muzzle will initially feel unusual for your dog.

    So, take your time to acclimatise them to this new item and enable them to see it as a positive process, not a punishment.

    If wearing a muzzle becomes part of your daily dog-walking routine, then your dog will view it in the same way as putting on their lead.

    Check out the ‘how to’ videos in the Baskerville Ultra and Anti-Scavenge product pages on this website for some top tips on introducing a muzzle to your dog.

  • Videos

  • How do I custom shape of the Ultra muzzle for my d

    Please see the guidance chart and how to video on this page for more information on how to re-shape your Ultra Muzzle to custom fit your dog.

    As an initial overview; firstly, place the muzzle in hot tap water for 2 minutes. Take the muzzle out of the water and when it is safe to touch, use your hands to shape the muzzle basket to suit your dog.

    Cool in cold water to lock in the shape. and then try the muzzle on your dog to check if it is the right fit. If necessary remould the muzzle again until it is right.

    Please note you may need to reshape the muzzle every so often as the material will return to its original shape over time.

  • How do I acclimatise my dog to wearing a muzzle ?

    It's important to remember that for your dog having a new training aid on their head / face will feel unusual for your dog and it is perfectly normal reaction for them to try and remove it.

    We encourage you to help your dog acclimatise to the muzzle by using positive associations methods. This can be through using treats to encourage your dog to place their nose into the muzzle and placing the muzzle on the dog for a few seconds, then taking the muzzle off and rewarding immediately.

    Build up the length of time the muzzle is on slowly, so your dog has time to adjust. If your dog is trying to take the muzzle off, try to distract them with a treat or their favourite toy to stop this behaviour.

    In the early days of acclimatising your dog we strongly recommend you use the collar loop and the headstrap for increased security and stability and minimise muzzle movement if your dog tries to remove it.

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