โœจ MEASURE FOR CUSTOM MUZZLE

MEASUREMENT SUPPLIES: Measuring tape, Yummy Treats, Camera for photo or video proof submission when ordering.

PLEASE NOTE: For customized products, you need to upload the measurements of the dog sizes after order completed.ย  Image sizes by step 1, 2, 3 are required, Image sizes by step 4, 5, 6, 7 are optional, But they be help to make custom sizes more correctly.

๐Ÿ“ FAST MEASURING BY 1, 2, 3

-These 3 dimensions must be measured-

PANTING MUZZLE CIRCUMFERENCE

1. Panting Muzzle Circumference

Measure around the dog's whole muzzle while the dog is panting OR holding a ball.

SNOUT LENGTH

2. Snout Length

Measure the length of your dog's snout from where you want the muzzle to rest to the tip of the dog's snout.

PANTING HEIGHT

3.Panting Height

Measure from the top of your dog's snout to the bottom of its chin while panting.

๐Ÿ“ Measuring Correctly By 4, 5 ,6, 7

-These 4 dimensions are optional-

4. Forehead Length

Measure from between your dog's eyes to the back of their skull.

SNOUT WIDTH

5. Snout Width

Measure the width of your dog's muzzle in front of their eyes.

6. Head Length

Measure from the tip of your dog's snout to behind their ear.

7. Neck Circumference

Measure snuggly around your dog's neck right behind their ears.

It is VERY important to measure your dog correctly so that they have the best fit possible for them when your muzzle arrives. Use a flexible tape measure or string that can be held up to a ruler.

Make sure there is space for your dog to pant without having their jaw restricted at all. If you can’t get a panting measurement ask your dog to hold a ball or large KONG. Remember they will likely be able to open their mouths more to let the toy go. If you can’t get a panting measurement you’ll want to add 2-4 inches to your dog’s closed muzzle circumference based on their size. Small dogs add less. Larger dogs add more.

You’ll only need to measure a forehead length if you want a forehead strap, otherwise enter “NA” in the forehead field. Head length is a rough estimate on how long to make the side straps so you can make your final adjustments when you get your muzzle home.

The neck measurement helps me estimate your dog’s collar size so again you can make the final adjustments when you get your muzzle home. You’ll want this strap to fit high and tight behind your dog’s ears so they can’t get it off. The collar is the “anchor” for the whole muzzle.

FIT YOUR MUZZLE

When you get your muzzle home it’s important to make sure it fits your dog appropriately. Start by unscrewing the rivets on the side/cheek straps. Remove the forehead strap at this point as well if you have one. Place the muzzle on your dog and adjust the strap that goes around their neck so it’s snug and can’t be pulled over their ears. You’ll do this by unscrewing the rivets to the side release snap and pulling the barkbarking thru the clip until it’s snug.

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Disconnect the side straps of your muzzle from the collar strap by unscrewing the rivets.

Make sure the head collar fits your dog snuggly just behind his/her ears. There should be no gaps under your dogs chin.

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With the muzzle on your dog's face, keeping the snout band out of your dog's eyes of your dog's eyes and the collar snuggly tightened, lay the side straps over the collar and take note where the holes line up. This is where the rivets need to be reinserted.

With the collar snugly adjusted rest the side/cheek straps over the collar portion so that the muzzle rests evenly and out of your dog’s eyes. Take note of the holes that overlap and screw the rivets back in to secure the muzzle to the collar.
This keeps the muzzle from sliding off of your dog’s nose. This is a good time to adjust the forehead strap so it doesn’t lift or pull the muzzle into your dog’s eyes.

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Rettach all the rivets. if you have a forehead strap ensure it doesn't pull the snout strap into your dog's eyes or allow the snout strap to be pulled over your dog's snout.

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There should be plenty of space under your dog's chin for them to open their mouth fully. It might seem a bit loose.

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Your dog's snout should reach the front gap in the muzzle but should not touch the end of the muzzle.

๐Ÿถ A GOOD FIT

A well fitted basket muzzle should allow for a dog to pant freely without holding the mouth closed at all. This might mean there is a gap under the dog’s jaw if they don’t pant often. For some dogs, this gap means that the muzzle might bounce up into their eyes if they are running and not panting. You can secure the muzzle and prevent bouncing by clipping the muzzle under your dog’s chin to their collar.

Your dog’s nose should extend almost to the end of the muzzle but not be touching. Some resources say there should be 1/2″ – 1″ between the end of the muzzle and your dog’s nose.

The muzzle should rest flat on your dog’s muzzle. A BARKBARKING muzzle shouldn’t lift at the end of your dog’s nose. If it does the forehead strap may be too tight. The vinyl muzzle, however, does lift at the end of the dog’s nose, relieving all pressure points at the tip of the dog’s nose.

๐Ÿ’ Need more measuring help?

If you still need more help either measuring or adjusting your muzzle feel free to make a EMAIL appointment with Kim by clicking the button below.

You may also use a consult to discuss special adjustments for your dog’s specific face or you can make a note in your order.

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