Anti Scavenge Muzzle
The Baskerville Anti Scavenge Muzzle gives you peace of mind and reassurance in all situations. If you're looking for a dog muzzle to stop eating poop, litter, stones or any other unwanted object, this is a perfect option. This basket style muzzle is perfect for longer nosed breeds such as Dachshunds, Greyhounds and German Shepherd Dogs. The additional muzzle guard will prevent your dog scavenging on walks, eating poop or touching wildlife, all increasing concerns for dog owners.
If you’re looking to for a muzzle to stop your dog from eating unwanted items and keep them safe, this is a great solution. It reduces risks at vet visits, rides on public transport and walks in the park. This tough but lightweight plastic muzzle is strong and secure.
Pant and drink
This is a muzzle that allows your dog to pant and drink at all times with it's humane design. With the anti scavenging muzzle guard removed you can also treat reward your dog.
When the additional anti scavenging muzzle guard layer is inserted, the Anti Scavenge Muzzle can be used to prevent food waste scavenging, eating stones or other unwanted items and wound licking.
Available in 10 sizes to find the perfect fit for your dog. Great muzzle for German Shepherds, Dachshunds, Greyhounds & other longer nosed breeds.
Dog Muzzle Features and Size Guide
How to use the Baskerville Anti Scavenge Muzzle
Please use the sizing guide on this product page to determine which sizing category your dog falls into. If your dog's nose length and circumference fall into different sizing categories, please use the nose length measurement to determine the best size.
If you are still unsure, please email us with a picture of your dog in their muzzle at: email@example.com and one of our fur-tastic team will be able to offer sizing advice.
It's important to remember that for your dog having a new training aid on their head / face will feel unusual for your dog and it is perfectly normal reaction for them to try and remove it. We encourage you to help your dog acclimatise to the muzzle by using positive associations methods. This can be through using treats to encourage your dog to place their nose into the muzzle and placing the muzzle on the dog for a few seconds, then taking the muzzle off and rewarding immediately. Build up the length of time the muzzle is on slowly, so your dog has time to adjust. You can find more information on how to do this with our 'how-to' video on this page. If your dog is trying to take the muzzle off, try to distract them with a treat or their favourite toy to stop this behaviour. In the early days of acclimatising your dog we strongly recommend you use the collar loop and the headstrap for increased security and stability and minimise muzzle movement if your dog tries to remove it.
We would recommend the Anti Scavenge Muzzle (Sizes 1-10) as this includes an additional plastic guard at the end of the muzzle to prevent eating of food waste. All Baskerville Muzzles are suitable to use on your dog for the prevention of wildlife catching and scavenging.
The Anti Scavenge Muzzle is perfect for this commonly reported problem. In the same way it's prevents food waste scavenging, the plastic guard will also stop your dog from eating poop and other objects.
Due to the Baskerville basket style design, our muzzles can be worn for longer periods e.g. for daily dog walks, as the dog can pant and drink at all times with the muzzle on. However, even with Baskerville muzzles we do not recommend leaving these on your dog for extended periods of time unless absolutely necessary e.g. your dog is aggressive even at home. We recommend, as with all our products, to fully supervise your dog while they are wearing the muzzle from both a safety and welfare perspective. In the early days of muzzle training this will also ensure your dog does not remove the muzzle and potentially chew the product.
There are many types of muzzle to consider. See our blog on what to be aware of with different designs when purchasing a muzzle for your dog.Find out more