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Synonyms for muzzle

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the front surface of the head

Synonyms for muzzle

the open circular discharging end of a gun

forward projecting part of the head of certain animals

a leather or wire restraint that fits over an animal's snout (especially a dog's nose and jaws) and prevents it from eating or biting

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restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting

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fit with a muzzle

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prevent from speaking out

tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them

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Of course, you will need to fiercely protect her to prevent people and other dogs from interacting with her, even if she is muzzled; the muzzle itself is just a backup.
We said the dog had to be muzzled for safety reasons.
Arter said were not muzzled, pulled the woman to the ground.
Politicians from upland provinces like Abra and Kalinga agreed not to retrieve their licensed firearms that were submitted for police safekeeping or were muzzled by police before the May elections, "at least until after the barangay elections," said Chief Supt.
Dear PDSA Vet, WHEN I take my dog for walks in our local park I also see a rottweiler with its owner that is not muzzled. The dog is not aggressive but I thought it had to be muzzled by law?
The owners of a Japanese Akita dog that attacked a schoolboy today assured neighbours it will be muzzled in public.
Barristers have been asked to assess whether the Hunting Bill would cover coursing with muzzled dogs.
Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard this week how Burke actually had his dogs properly muzzled moments before the horrific attack.
Finally, for your peace of mind and the workmen's safety, he should be muzzled when outside his safe room.
Veronica Lynch, from Dundee, whose daughter Kellie was killed by two Rottweilers she was walking for a family friend in Dunoon in 1989, added: "I'm very clear that all dogs should be muzzled in public places, simple as that."
I think you will also find that a lot of attacks are carried out by dogs belonging to the victims' families or friends and often in the home, so therefore would you havea all dogs muzzled day and night?
I have read recently, that in 1919 "a rabies scare led to 850,000 dogs being muzzled".
Duckett differentiates between dogs who "argue" about being muzzled and those who panic.
Q: CAN you tell me which dogs need to be muzzled by law, as I am thinking of getting a Rottweiler.
One idea is that all dogs be muzzled, to show there is no intention to harm the hares.