Ryan's Pet Supplies has the size, type, and brand of muzzles and handling products you need to ensure the safety of your cat or dog and people who come in contact with your pet. Made by only the best brands: Baskerville, Coastal, Paw Brothers, and Proguard, you can be assured that your pet's muzzle will be humane, comfortable, and built to last.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are some of the questions we get asked most often and their answers. Click on the question below to view the answer.
▼ Do muzzles work for grooming?
Muzzles are often used by groomers to ensure a safe and positive grooming experience for your pet. The groomer can work effectively on your pet without worry of being bitten, while allowing your pet the ability to relax without panicking. Muzzles can be an important safety tool for groomers.
▼ Are there muzzles for brachycephalic breeds?
Yes! Because of their distinct face shape, brachycephalic dogs need a uniquely shaped muzzle to ensure proper fit and comfort. There are several different kinds of brachycephalic-specific muzzles depending on your particular needs.
▼ Do muzzles make dogs calmer?
When used in conjunction with reinforcement training, muzzles can help dogs to calm down and feel more relaxed in stressful situations. Appropriate conditioning is key! Once a dog has been properly conditioned to wearing a muzzle, they are often less likely to panic while wearing a muzzle.
▼ What material is the best for a muzzle?
The material of the muzzle is determined by the purpose of the muzzle. Halti muzzles are often very light and flexible, as they are designed to direct the dog for training purposes. Soft nylon muzzles are intended for short-term use to prevent biting. They are often used in vet offices and by groomers. Stiff baskerville muzzles eliminate the threat of biting while still permitting the dog to open their mouth. Baskerville muzzles are often made of plastic or metal.