Overcome your muzzle training problems

  • Have you tried to muzzle train your dog and run into problems with it?

  • Would you feel safer if your dog wore a muzzle on walks, but the thought of it upsets you? Or you don't even know where to start?

  • Does the thought of people or other dogs coming close to your dog fill you with anxiety? Or do you worry that each car might have a cat under it that your dog could try and grab?

  • Would you love simple, easy steps to follow so that you can learn how to train your dog to happily wear a muzzle?

Wearing a muzzle is a skill that ALL dogs should have just in case life changes, and they suddenly need one. Muzzles mean safety for many dogs. They mean that no harm can come to that puppy who runs across the park to say hello or the child who appears suddenly and runs past while screaming. A muzzle prevents a dog from leaping into a bush and grabbing a prey animal. 

If you are nodding at any of this and saying, “but, Tracey, I don’t know if I can muzzle my dog”, don’t worry. You are NOT alone. I have a solution that'll teach you how to resolve all of those problems and concerns.

“Having completed the muzzle love course, I can highly recommend to others. At the beginning Charlie couldn’t even look at a muzzle without running away frightened. We enrolled in Tracey’s Muzzle Love course. A 6 week course, designed to slowly gain the confidence to building up wearing time, and the difference is truly amazing. I have thoroughly enjoyed doing the TTouch moves on Charlie, and he’s enjoyed the millions of treats and the game of putting his nose in the muzzle and a treat appearing, could last for hours. Last night Charlie actually walked round the living room collecting treats from different places. Non robotic moves or playing statues. I can’t believe the process behind this is using simple moves, and they really work!”

Louise Park

Having a dog who can happily wear a muzzle can be life-changing. A muzzle means that you can plan training for your dog without the anxiety that an unexpected jogger, child, puppy or cat will spell absolute disaster.

It's utterly normal to worry about muzzles. Most people do. I can remember feeling sick with upset and worry the first time I stepped out my front door with a muzzled dog. To feel that way is normal. None of us get a dog planning to walk them wearing a muzzle. Threads on social media often contain negative comments about muzzles.

So - what if you had a step-by-step plan to follow? One that would let you teach your dog to wear a muzzle while also helping you with your concerns about muzzles? Would that help?

If you were nodding your head, I have BRILLIANT news. My downloadable course, Muzzle training made super easy, was designed just for you. The course will give you all the tools you need to train your dog to wear a muzzle. The steps are easy for you and fun for your dog. And - they work!

“ I visited a friend at the farm today. The one that led to me taking Tracey’s muzzle love course to stop the boys eating their weight in horse poo and nail clippings and any other farm debris they could scoff. I haven’t done any muzzle training for a good while but decided to take the muzzles with me to see how I got on. Was super pleased with how accepting and comfortable the boys were with them on. I done three sessions all successful. I was sure I would end up searching the yard for a removed muzzle but no. They mooched about as they normally do and lazed in the sun or sat where we were chatting. So glad I done the course and all Tracey’s help and instruction has paid off.”

Maria Bradley

Hi, I'm Tracey, and I'm a dog trainer with over 15 years of experience. My focus now is on teaching life-changing dog training skills designed for the carers of reactive dogs, aggressive dogs, and prey driven dogs.

I want to share with you my secret for happy muzzle wearing.

This course came about after conversations I had with people who had tried to train their dogs to wear muzzles and had gotten stuck. Sometimes their dog was happy to put their nose in the muzzle, but then as soon as they tried to do the straps up, it all fell apart. Other times the dog didn't feel able to move once the muzzle was on.

I could see a need for a detailed course that could address these problems. Plus – a muzzle is so often a useful tool for the people I work with.

That's what made me decide to pull together all of my muzzle skills and knowledge into this course so that people like you can have success with muzzle training.

“Traceys muzzle course is absolutely fantastic for covering all the points needed for successful muzzle wearing. I worked through it with my own dog and found everything went really well! As a vet nurse and behaviourist it is invaluable to me to have a great online resource I can recommend to clients. A dog that is happy to wear a muzzle is so much less stressed at the vets. Highly recommend all dog owners train muzzle wearing with this course.”

Clare Kerr ( Talking Tails )

You'll get all of this.

Online course content

Do the course from the comfort of your own home and on your daily walks. You don't need a special app for this. You'll be able to access via your phone, tablet, or computer.

Lifetime Access

Don't worry about getting through the content quickly. You get lifetime access to this course content. 

Immediate Access

You'll get access to the whole course immediately. It is in a format you can download and keep on your computer or mobile device so that is is always with you. It is broken down into 18 easy to digest steps for you to work through at your own pace.  

Ongoing support

If you purchase the course, you are welcome to join my exclusive Facebook group just for people who've done my courses.

The cost for all of this is JUST £50.00.

So if you want this course, click I WANT THE COURSE NOW

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Maybe you still have some questions.

What exactly do I get if I buy this?

You get a whole course in a pdf format that you can download and keep on your phone, computer or any other device. There are 18 parts to this muzzle training course and they are delivered in writing and by video.

How do I access the course?

Before you can buy the course, you'll set up a profile on my website. The course content will be accessed through the website.

How long do I have access?

For life. Well, possibly not for your life. For the lifetime of the website – which I hope will be a very long time.

What if I don't like it?

I don't have a refund policy on this course. I hope I've given enough information to let you decide. But – if you really hate the course, email me on admin@bestdoglearningandstuff.co.uk, and we can discuss.

Will it work on a phone?

Yes. You can use your phone, tablet, or computer. And there is no need to download an app.

What if I can't access the course?

Email me on admin@bestdoglearningandstuff.co.uk, and I'll help you.

Will I have to correct my dog?

No. All training is done with treats – and some Animal Centred Education (ACE). No corrections needed.

Tracey, what are your qualifications?

I have a BSc(Hons) degree in Canine behaviour and training. I'm a Tellington TTouch practitioner and an ACE Advanced Tutor. I'm currently studying for an MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training.

“I've completed two of Tracey's online courses and I really enjoyed them. Tracey breakes everything down into manageable tasks, explains it really well and demonstrates all steps in short and helpful videos.”

Kareen Aufm Kampe

The cost for all of this is JUST £50.00.

So if you want this course, click I WANT THE COURSE NOW

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Legal Disclaimer: I would love to promise you the same results as I got from this training. I would also love to promise you how long it will take. I simply can't give any guarantees. Success in dog training depends on a range of factors including but not limited to: your own efforts, your skill at implementing the training suggested, the time you spend on training, as well as your dog's prior experiences, health, and temperament. You remain responsible for your dog's behaviour.