The Muzzle Up! Project

Ellie, eagerly anticipating her muzzle training session. Ellie's guardian is Cara Lynne Moynes, owner of Pup Tent in Toronto, Ontario. Ellie, eagerly anticipating her muzzle training session. Ellie’s guardian is Cara Lynne Moynes, owner of Pup Tent in Toronto, Ontario.

When I first launched The Muzzle Up! Project, I could never have predicted its impact on muzzle education, awareness, and the lives of humans and their dogs. Supporters from across the globe have amazed and inspired me, sending photos of their dogs living full and enriched lives while wearing muzzles. Most importantly, feedback from supporters shows how we as humans can use the foundations of animal learning to train dogs to enjoy wearing their muzzles; muzzles don’t have to mean a prison sentence for a life bereft of enrichment.

This spring, I launched Muzzle Up! Online, an online training program to coach dog owners through the muzzle training process, giving them real-time support to ensure peace of mind and a successful training process. The initial launch has been nothing…

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