We’ll often put a lot of time into getting ourselves ready for Halloween. We respond to invitations, buy some candy and spend a lot of time putting together our costume. In fact, the costume is often what we spend the most time on, considering it is what makes the holiday special for most of us.
When you are preparing for the festivities this year, take some time to look beyond your own costume and put together something for your furry friend. Not only will it help to make things a lot more fun, but it also has the possibility of being rather frightening as well if you make the right choices. That is why you should consider this dog muzzle that makes your little buddy look like a snarling werewolf that is about to take a big bite out of your leg.
This little muzzle is really going to be the hit of any party. You can even put it on your dog to surprise the kids when they get in from school! That little prank will be something you all laugh at for many years. If you want to take things up a notch, try attaching a little speaker around your dog’s neck to play scary snarling noises.
This doggie costume is made by a Russian company (Zveryatam) that makes a number of dog products. This muzzle is a great way to dress your dog up in a costume but it is not a tool to use for a barking dog or for any type of training. You might want to consider it for that purpose but the main purpose is fun!
The muzzle comes complete with a realistic looking nose, bloody teeth and lips, and a realistic looking snarl. Put this one on a Rottweiler and you have something that will scare anyone but it is also great on smaller dogs, such as a Chihuahua or a beagle.
Since the Rabid Werewolf dog muzzle is made from plastic, you can let your dog wear it with confidence. It has a nylon strap with a plastic buckle so it will attach securely to your dog’s face without being uncomfortable. It also comes in many sizes, so you are sure to find one that fits your dog.
Make sure you don’t attach it too tight so your dog can still open their mouth and stick out their tongue. This is important, regardless of whether it is hot or cold.
Check out how realistic this muzzle is in the video below.