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Emergency dog muzzle

How to make an emergency soft muzzle:

1. Use a roll or strip of gauze, nylon stocking, necktie, bandana, rope or cloth.

2. Make a large loop in center and slip quickly over animal’s nose.

3. Bring ends under chin and behind ears, fasten securely with a bow knot for quick release.

It’s extremely important to make sure that your dog can breathe freely through his nose and mouth with the emergency muzzle.

Now you can handle your dog safely and with confidence. Make sure to not leave this emergency muzzle on any longer than necessary because a dog perspires through his tongue. About 10 -15 minutes should be OK. Dogs also perspire through their feet, but you have no worries about his feet biting you!

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