In this video, David demonstrates how to do a gauze emergency muzzle with his dog Margie.
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Regardless of whether you have an actual muzzle or a homemade muzzle as just described, remember that your dog cools itself by panting and primarily breathes through it’s mouth. A muzzle that restricts their mouth should never be used for an extended period of time. Keep an eye on them to make sure they are not struggling to breathe or overheating, and make adjustments or remove the muzzle if necessary. If you have a dog who is aggressive and needs to be muzzled frequently or while being active, get a cage muzzle, the kind used on Greyhounds when racing. Cage muzzles allow the dog to open their mouth enough to breath, pant and drink comfortably.
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