Plastic Anti-Grazing Muzzle Tan

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Plastic Anti-Grazing Muzzle Tan

$8.69

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Product Summary:

This durable, plastic muzzle can be used as a dietary control measure to limit grass intake or prevent cribbing, wood chewing, or bandage biting.  Attaches easily to any halter. 
 
Size: Average Horse 800-1,100lbs
Item Number Model Number UPC
BRK10 210732 754888017628

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OTTB with respect issues. Bites when tacking up. Last encounter sent me to ER missing part of a fingertip. Back to ground training!
MELISSA T on Jun 8, 2018
I have a horse with laminitis.
Tammy S on May 7, 2014
OTTB with respect issues. Bites when tacking up. Last encounter sent me to ER missing part of a fingertip. Back to ground training!
MELISSA T on Jun 8, 2018
I use these inside a Best Friend Deluxe grazing muzzle for two horses who cannot have grass so they can go out in the pasture for an hour for exercise.
Paula H on Jan 24, 2016
I have a horse with laminitis.
Tammy S on May 7, 2014
He doesn't tear these muzzles off as easy and doesn't allow hardly any grass for our laminitic horse.
ROBERT B on Apr 4, 2014
Great product for price to save blankets (chewers) and limit grass intake to pigglies.
Therese W on Jan 25, 2014
I use these inside a Best Friend Deluxe grazing muzzle for two horses who cannot have grass so they can go out in the pasture for an hour for exercise.
Paula H on Jan 24, 2016
He doesn't tear these muzzles off as easy and doesn't allow hardly any grass for our laminitic horse.
ROBERT B on Apr 4, 2014
my horse eats dirt will this keep him from doing that?
Marissa F on Jul 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It will help a lot with eating dirt but might not eliminate all dirt eating. The horse eventually learns to press down o the muzzle to get food through the openings...but it is definitely worth a try! I would buy it again.
Does the strap go over the poll or attach to the cheek pieces of the halter?
jlynn f on Jun 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It attaches to the halter. It stays on quite well ... as my mare wanted it off until she got used to it. She knew she could be out with the others horses when wearing it and adjusted!