Dog Repellent Spray
EPA approved Muzzle dog repellent provides safe, effective and humane protection against canine attack. Canine repellent is the ideal protection for walkers, joggers, cyclists, or delivery people.
Dog Pepper Spray stops an attack and forces them to retreat.
Keep one with you whenever you're out and you won't have to worry about any aggressive canines.
Mace brand Muzzle canine repellent is an excellent product for defending against attacking dogs.
This specially formulated pepper spray is designed specifically for these animals and has been proven to be effective in aggressive encounters.
A blast of this dog mace will immediately stop him in his tracks!
The irritating spray will overpower the animal and he will start doing the face grass rub. This is where he skids along the ground with his face in the grass.
If you jog or take walks, then you should carry this with you. It is lightweight, easily accessible, and will provide fast protection when you need it most.
Pepper Spray for Dogs
Features and Benefits:
- Features flip-top safety cap.
- 18-gram unit sprays up to 10 feet.
- It contains 20 bursts.
- Special formula that is EPA approved for dogs
- Includes a handy Velcro strap
- Made in the USA
Mace Muzzle Animal Attack Defense Spray comes in a specific EPA-Approved formula for effective and humane defense against canine aggression.
Whether you're jogging, riding your bike, walking your animal, hiking or camping, Muzzle pepper spray for dogs is the ideal deterrent for fending off animal attacks.
This Mace Muzzle K9 Personal model features the original Mace Flip & Grip design for safe and fumble-free defense.
The flip-top safety cap prevents accidental discharge while the finger grip dispenser makes it easy to aim.
Additionally, its key chain makes it easy to always carry with you.
Essential gear for postal and delivery or any outdoor service personnel.
You can safely DEFEND YOURSELF when threatened with an aggressive encounter with the effective power of Mace Muzzle K9 Spray Formula… Just spray and get away!
Here's a testimonial from a customer who effectively used his canine spray:
I ride a bicycle by choice. Unfortunately, the areas I usually ride through have an unusual number of large, aggressive, roaming dogs. The adrenaline rush I get from confronting and successfully intimidating these large animals is a bit much for a 54 year old guy. It just ruins my day. I've been concerned that sooner, or later, I would get mauled.
So I bought some muzzle spray from you. Today, on my ride home from a nice meatloaf dinner, a large black cur who never fails to charge me developed a sudden interest in running on 3 paws, while using his remaining paw to frantically swipe at his eye. That wasn't good enough, so he quickly buried the side of his face in the dirt at the edge of the road. That didn't cut it, so it was a quick 3-legged dash/rub-rub into the yard to do some serious "face-sledding" on the grass.
The total delay from contact with that little pepper stream, to complete loss of interest in bicycles must have been on the order of 1/4 to 1/2 a second.
Thank You Sincerely for helping me avoid indigestion, as the meatloaf was truly delicious.
Thanks Again, Brent Farwick"
Dog Repellent Pepper Spray
Your best protection is to avoid potentially dangerous situations if you can. Always be aware of your environment and any animals that may be in the vicinity.
When you sense that you are in a potentially dangerous situation, carry your MUZZLE unit in your hand.
Slip your thumb under the safety cover and be ready to repel the canine by pressing down on the red button with your thumb.
Point and deliver short bursts to the nose, mouth, and eyes.
This is designed to be used in short 1/2 second busts aimed at the face.
When actuated, a stream of the pepper-based formulation will be released from the unit for a distance of approximately 10 feet.
Avoid spraying directly into the wind.
This Mace product is an organic pepper-based compound that causes extreme irritation to the nose, eyes, or mouth.
The effects begin upon contact causing him or her to cower and retreat. It is normal for most dogs to roll on the ground and rub their eyes in an attempt to remove the spray from the facial area.
The painful, irritating effects usually wear off within minutes, leaving them unharmed.