Can you believe it!? I am supposed to wear this snout hugger when I go sailing. Most people on board get issued with a life jacket but I get this! I am seriously dogged off!
This is a demonstration photo only. I have already completed around 16 channel crossings without one but being a stickler for following the rules the Mrs heard that animals should have a muzzle and decided to add one to my very limited wardrobe. To date it consists of 4 things, this, a lead, a neckerchief I never wear and my blanket. That’s two things more than I need – ditch the neckerchief and this muzzle.
Upon the very unlikely happening of the boat sinking apparently, I need to be wearing one of these when I am rescued to ensure I do not bite the hand that saves me – as if I would! I only have to wear the snout hugger on board when I am outside of the vehicle and as I am always inside the vehicle I am a little confused. When on the boat I stay in my bedroom on wheels and go to sleep while my two chauffeurs depart to their own cabin to sleep. I am not allowed to vacate my vehicular bedroom and must stay there until they return in the morning to transport me and themselves off the boat. There are a lot of other dogs around me occupying their own vehicular bedrooms. Presumably if the boat starts sinking someone will rush round applying this contraption to all concerned while letting them out of the vehicles so that they can all swim to safety - ridiculous - I am going to practice removing it and may well have to eat the evidence.
Muzzled!! I prefer the term mugged and I am not at all sure I can swim with this thing on – best keep that to yourselves in case the Mrs hears and decides we need to trial it in the lake – this could be the last time you hear from me!!