She's all recovered thankfully. Haven't actually bought one as I was reading about SCI and I think it could well have been that rather than her greedy ways as she really was ill this time and that's just not like her.
Thanks, she's really perked up after Zantac injection and is now eating. The only concern I have with the muzzle is (and sorry this is disgusting) will it get covered in poo? She is a real poo sniffer and likes to get her nose up close, but thankfully not touching. The muzzle will obviously be longer than her nose and could end up in it, don't know if I could handle that.
Oh and as a warning...my dog can get some things through his muzzle, I think it would be worth trying as it would slow her down possibly enough that you can intervene.
But, last night he found a glove and managed to get the end of it...he proudly carried it half a mile home, lol...so anything soft that could fit through it you'll still need to watch for especially, but it would take her longer.
Mine wears a muzzle ( not for that reason) and people don't really ask what it's for - they do just keep their dogs away...which actually I prefer anyway. It stops the people who don't usually bother controlling their dogs letting them run over and anyone where I do care about their opinion I'd explain properly to anyway.
It took a few days to train him to wear it, but yes he wears it quite happily, he gets excited when he sees it just like his lead. video on training
My poor girl is very sick just now after eating something on a walk. I didn't notice her gobbling anything down as I assume it happened early yesterday morning when it was dark. She has a bad habit of wolfing things down and you don't get the chance to get her to drop it.
She was so sick yesterday and still not interested in food today. She has been seen by vet but I might take her back this afternoon.
So, does anyone else use a muzzle for this reason? Do you get bad reactions from other dog owners thinking they are aggressive. Is it easy to train them to tolerate it, can you recommend one?