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Old 01-19-2021, 12:07 PM
Location: North Idaho
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Also, a warning of a possible problem. Pensive wore a muzzle for a couple of months to stop her from eating rocks. She quickly learned she could use the muzzle as a battering ram, and ouch.
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Old 01-20-2021, 02:05 AM
Location: Santa Barbara CA
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Originally Posted by oregonwoodsmoke View Post
The plastic muzzles made for racing greyhounds are the most comfortable and the best fitting ones. That's genuine sports equipment for a competitive sport, and equipment is the best you can get.

You need to get the stool guard for the muzzle.
The late Dazzle poop eater had a muzzle with a poop guard and yes it keep him from eating poop at the dog park. Daz however had a strange sense of humor and thought it was fun to find a mushy pile of poop then smash the muzzle into it so it was covered in the poop then run up to people and try to cuddle with them. Needless to say I soon stopped making him wear the muzzle.

His poop snacking was a life long habit that I was never able to stop and it is actually rather common in some sighthounds. In his case he never ate his own. Maybe because he was mostly raw fed so his poop was not yummy as that of dogs that ate kibble and or canned food .
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Old 01-25-2021, 04:27 PM
Location: Near Falls Lake
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I have a GSD with the issue. Was easily solved with a Dogtra electronic collar!!!
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