To everybody asking if a muzzle will help train a dog not to bite etc, no it will not!!! Preventing an animal from doing something and training them not to do something is completely different. Your dog won't become house trained by restricting them to the garden!
A muzzle is used to protect the handler or other animals during situations when your dog might bite. i.e, whilst training a dog to tolerate other dogs, it's best to have bother dogs muzzled to prevent any injuries. The muzzle does not train the dogs to get on, it only acts as a safety measure, in very much the same way a stair gate doesn't teach your child to walk down stairs but merely prevents them falling and breaking their necks.
Don't use items to PREVENT behaviours. TRAIN dogs not to exhibit them!
Positive training and patience is the key to a help and well round dog.
my dog will attack any dog he come in contact with even a little puppy will a muzzle teach him not to attack
A muzzle should be a last resort, as it doesn't really teach a dog proper behavior. It may only make the problem worse. If you MUST muzzle, (sick/inured animal, at the vet, etc) make sure your dog can eat/drink/pant, and don't use for more than 30 minutes or so.
My dog tried to bite my eight year old grand-daughter. Our dog is 20 months old would a muzzle work if he wore it when she is visiting our house?
Oh poor Midnight, I sure do want to hear that he is doing well now. It can really afcfet us if our pets are not in fit and healthy, they have the ability to take the stress away when we get to play with them! Hope to hear about what happened to Midnight soon!