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Baskerville Ultra Muzzles

Manufacturer: Company of Animals

Location: USA

Ships: Worldwide

Options: 6 sizes

Sellers: 20+

Scavenge Proof: Partially, would need to cover the front

Bite proof: NO

baskerville ultra - grace m

Pros & Cons

What is good or bad about these muzzles will depend on the dog, owner and also size. This list below is generalised.


  • Good for training

  • Inexpensive (exc some countries where wire are cheaper

  • Large Treat hole

  • Head strap option

  • Can modify

  • Available in most places


  • Smaller size range (small to med/large)

  • It doesn't fit the breeds they suggest

  • Bendable Material

  • Straps are placed weirdly on some models

  • Incorrect sizing/measurements on most websites

  • NOT biteproof

  • Only scavenge proof with mods

MTT Info Charts

Muzzle Training and Tips are the only ones who have a full and accurate size, measurement and weight chart for these muzzles. Most companies use a wildly inaccurate or incomplete chart, which is unfair to customers who should know exactly what they are purchasing. 

Make & Material

Because of the material and flexibility of Baskerville Ultra, they are NOT bite proof. Many dogs can and will get a bite through these muzzles. Unfortunately, the company continues to advertise them as safe when so many times they have been bitten through. Not only do they have large holes the material will collapse under even the strength of my arthritic hand. Whether or not the muzzle works for your dog is irrelevant, people should know this does happen because one bite can end a life.

The reason they are claimed 'bite-proof' is that they do not believe in appropriate pant room so technically the muzzles they fit would not allow a bite because the muzzle doesn't allow the dog to open their mouth. Which is dangerous and cruel.

Use at own risk if putting on bite risk dogs but stop recommending to others. 

not for bite risks


There is hundreds of Baskerville similar muzzles but they are not made by the same company. There is way too many to list and my next goal is collecting more information on the more popular ones. Most will be even more flexible than Baskerville ultra but there is some that are actually much stronger than the ultra and  much better choice for bite risks. Really you want to find one with the front covered as much as possible and tough rubber, not flexible like Baskerville ultra.

None of the muzzles below are Baskerville Ultra.


Where/How To Purchase

MTT Muzzles - Garden of Creatures & Creations (AU ONLY)

Ships from AU to AU ONLY customers.

Remember you can get MTT Muzzle coupons after completing a sizing form on Sizing & Fitting Help.



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not for bite risks

Member Reviews

Personally don't like them very much, as you said good for spares and emergencies. We couldn't seem to find the right fit for either of my collies. They were too small, but if we got a size up it would almost fall off.

Like: good for growing puppy noggins to practice muzzling with or for fosters/temp use and easy to treat through. Dislike: limited sizes that don't really fit any head shape well, not bite proof, rub and cause irritation, the chin strap is a fixed length and makes the muzzle sit incorrectly regardless of head strap, the head strap is annoying. Overall wouldn't recommend for use unless strictly conditioning or for a growing puppy.
We had a Baskerville before we knew much about muzzles. Pro: cheap and easy to find and get Con: most everything else. The top strap was bulky and there wasn't a size that would fit well on our staffy mix or our GSD, they were small and constricting and didn't feel like they offered much durability in an emergency.

I love: that it enables easy rewarding, the optional head strap, the material, easy to clean. I don't like: very limited sizing, not particularly good fit for any of the breeds, especially not large breeds, not bite-proof, the collar loop and the straps under the chin are kinda off-measured, not fitting any of the dogs I have seen wearing one, and it pushes the basket up.


Great for training And growing puppies because of how relatively inexpensive and easily found in pet stores they are, but not much else. Sizing was bad and no matter how much training my dog was always uncomfortable in it. The strap connecting the muzzle to the chin strap was also super annoying and made the muzzle sit badly on my dog’s snout.


It's a great conditioning muzzle for at home you can pick up for cheap at a pet shop. I use Baskervilles for my foster puppies that I take in and at the rescue I'm with, it's easy to clean and give treats through. Dislikes not being bite-proof and can cause skin irritations on the nose because of the material rubbing and found the middle strap annoying as it made everything always sit so awkwardly. Overall I'm not a fan of these muzzles other than conditioning with at home.


Use this database below to help size your dog. It has all the charts linked on this page but also a 'how it could fit' and average measurements that fit in them.

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