• Model: M9###1049 Wire Dog Muzzle #18, #19
  • 6 Units in Stock

Best Dog Muzzle for Newfoundland Dog Breed

Starting at: £32.30

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Newfoundland Muzzle Size for Dog Comfort and Safety

Newfoundland muzzle is individually designed for a definite dog breed to make your dog feel maximum comfortable and allow it breathe free, pant, lick nose and drink water muzzled. It is a perfect help for dog walking in public places, vet visiting, transporting, socializing of dogs etc. Newfoundland muzzle is made of quality rustproof wire and reliably fixed with leather belts.

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Newfoundland Muzzle

Best Newfoundland Muzzle Choice

Key features of this Newfoundland Muzzle:

  • Rustproof wire
  • Smooth polished cast joints
  • Soft upper basket lining
  • Strong leather belts
  • Individual basket form for a definite dog breed
  • Rich choice of sizes and forms
  • International Quality Certificate
  • World-wide shipping

Intended use of this Newfoundland Muzzle:

  • Dog walking in public places
  • Prevention of biting, chewing
  • Vet visiting
  • Socializing
  • Off-leash training

Dimensions of Newfoundland muzzle size #18:

  • Snout length 4.1 in
  • Snout width 4.9 in
  • Snout height 5.1 in

Dimensions of Newfoundland muzzle size #19:

  • Snout length 4.3 in
  • Snout width 4.9 in
  • Snout height 5.9 in

Please, fill in all the options at the top of the page while ordering. Our specialists will choose the best fit muzzle model and size according to the dog breed and sizes of your dog.

How to measure a Dog for a muzzle:

How to measure muzzle
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 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

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 25 September, 2014.

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