Hi. I have a 1.1/2 year old lab mix female large dog-rescued from Texas 8 months ago. She’s very dominant and is great with other dogs outside the house but has been aggressive and attacked my sons little papillon mix in the house a couple of times-the second time leaving tooth marks on her. She’s also aggressive to outside dogs and people when we are in the car. She is otherwise a sweet stubborn and goofy dog. She gets along with my 3 year old male who is sweet and mild mannered. The attacks are scary and I’m wondering if a muzzle would help and which muzzle would work best for this?
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Sorry – I thought I responded to this!
Have you checked out the site page on muzzles. https://k9aggression.com/using-a-muzzle-for-an-aggressive-dog/
Basket muzzles are the best but keep in mind that a dog can still hurt another dog with one on. They just can’t bite…
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