The Mikki Muzzle is a lightweight, comfortable and a safe alternative to the traditional basket muzzle. It will prevent unwanted behaviour such as chewing and barking using a soft strong nylon while still allowing your dog to pant, drink and treat train and comes complete with an adjustable strap with easy-fit snap lock. The muzzle also has a collar attachment to prevent your dog from pulling it off. If your dog is keen on chasing other animals or shows predatory signs, then a muzzle can prevent injury or death. A Mikki Multi Lead can be used as a double ended lead, so you can attach to a collar, headcollar or harness and prevent lunging. Alternatively, you can also use a Mikki Recall Training Lead, which allows your dog to exercise without the risk he will rush up to a person or dog and attack. Warning: Should not be used during strenuous exercise.
Small-0: is the ideal size for miniature breeds and Yorkshire Terrier (nose = 10cm)
Small-1: is ideal for small breeds like Cavalier Spaniel, Dachshund, Jack Russel (nose = 12cm)
Small-1XL: is ideal for small breed dogs like Cavalier Spaniel, Dachshund, Whippet (nose = 13cm)
Medium-2: ideal for medium breeds like Beagle and Cocker Spaniel (nose = 14cm)
Medium-2XL: ideal for medium breeds like Beagle and Cocker Spaniel (nose = 16cm)
Medium-10: is ideal for uniquely shaped medium terrier breeds like Staffordshire and Bull Terrier (nose = 22cm)
Large-3: Suitable for larger breeds like Doberman, Labrador, German Shepherd (nose =18.5cm)
Large-3XL: Suitable for bulkier large breeds like Doberman, Labrador, German Shepherd (nose =19.5cm)
Large-8: is specifically designed for to the unique facial structure of Boxer breed dogs (nose = 30cm)
XLarge-4: for giant dog breeds like Great Dane, St. Bernard (nose = 24cm)
XLarge-4XL: for giant dog breeds like Great Dane, St. Bernard (nose = 28.5cm)
XLarge-5: designed for unique structured breeds like Bullmastif and Rottweilers (nose = 21.5cm)
XLarge-5XL: designed for unique structured breeds like Bullmastif and Rottweilers (nose = 26.5cm)
Bitches and Young Dogs may need a smaller size than their breed would indicate - safest to measure nose circumference.