Blue Cross training – Muzzle training your dog

Teaching your dog to wear a muzzle is a vital part of their training. They are useful for stress-free vet visits and are an excellent aid for dogs that are f…

16 comments on “Blue Cross training – Muzzle training your dog

  1. What breed is he? He looks exactly like my Moomin, that I was told was a
    boxer-cross but I find it hard to believe.

  2. Fantastic video! Just what I was looking for. My dog can be fear
    aggressive, if pushed to her limits. But is mostly fearful. I.bought her a
    muzzle and she has only worn it a few times and keeps trying to rub it off.
    Just in time to see a training vid. Going to reintroduce the muzzle since
    it has been awhile since she worn it with these techniques hopefully it
    works. Thanks

  3. Fantastic video! Just what I was looking for. My dog can be fear
    aggressive, if pushed to her limits. But is mostly fearful. I.bought her a
    muzzle and she has only worn it a few times and keeps trying to rub it off.
    Just in time to see a training vid. Going to reintroduce the muzzle since
    it has been awhile since she worn it with these techniques hopefully it
    works. Thanks

  4. This is so good. Love your enthusiasm and explanations. I forward this on
    to many of my customers. Thank you Claire!

  5. Thanks for posting this, it’s really great help. I’m muzzle-training a dog
    from my local animal shelter at the moment. He is at the stage where he
    puts his mouth into the muzzle for a few seconds to retrieve food. I’ll
    definitely try peanut butter to entice him to keep his mouth in the muzzle
    longer.

  6. Thank jeebus crust for this. I just got a 4 year old husky/heeler/gsd mix
    and we weren’t told she was dog aggressive. She’s fine with our other dogs
    now, but not with dogs she doesn’t know so we got her a muzzle the other
    day and she just wasn’t having any part of it. I’ll try this tomorrow!

  7. My dog needs to wear muzzle as he has problem with his jaw. he is not
    aggressive whatsoever it only to prevent him from catching a ball or carry
    something in his mouth. We tried textile muzzle as our vet recommended it,
    but he can not breath properly in it. Would that cage muzzle protect him
    from “jaw displacement’ activities”? Please help

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