DOGGIE NEWS FLASH!
As of April 15th 2011 the standard Gray Mutt Muffs now come in Black only! What dog doesn't look good in black...? Want your Mutt Muffs in Red, Blue , or Pink? Click here!
Protect Their Hearing!
Noise can be dangerous. If it is rather strong and lasts a long time it can damage the hearing of your dog. Imagine how uncomfortable the noise that your dog is exposed to when they fly with you has to be.
Most often reported as the owner's first observation is that during the flight the dog used to sleep, but when wearing Mutt Muffs they seem to be really enjoying the flight and are looking out the window with interest. There is a very good reason for this: your dog was uncomfortable before and that is why they seemed to be asleep; trying to escape into their own little world.
"My dog will never go for having something strapped to their head!" you exclaim. We hear this all the time. Most people are very surprised to see how the dog adjusts so quickly. Most dogs do the math and figure out that they are better off with the Mutt Muffs on their head as opposed to off their head.
When correctly adjusted they will not fall off with vibration. A well-directed paw or human hand is really the only way to take them off.
Can I return it? Sure, no questions asked, but the Muffs must be unchewed and in good condition.
Want to know how to train your dog to wear them? Here are the directions from the creator:
Believe it or not, the best way to acclimate the dog (in most cases) is to muff him up and blast off. It's pretty well guaranteed the dog will get them off, but that's the empirical evidence for the dog that life is way better with them on. Usually that's the one and only time he will take them off in the plane.