Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Eastern North Carolina
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I know muzzling is a sensitive subject, but you have got to do to keep the little ones safe. Thanks for all the support. As long as the boys are not upset with the muzzle, I am good.
Dave, are there any articles on muzzles?
It is the loud excitement along with the running that sets Jack off. It is like he goes into a fast protective mode with a quick lunge and growls.
I am so thankful that grandson is not terrified of the boys, but he is very cautious, he is 4 years old. He must be reminded not to run, to walk with a purpose (not slow and starring down at the boys, and looking very afraid), he knows how to say "get down" when the boys try to jump up on the chair with him. And...the boys are responding very well to the commands.
We have already had several cautious moments and I am so glad the muzzles were on.
The muzzle is nothing like you expect, it has a mesh type mouth piece. It is not tight fitting on the mouth, it appears comfortable.
Dexter & Jack
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