'reshaping' baskerville muzzle?

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'reshaping' baskerville muzzle?

i recently bought wolfgang a baskerville muzzle to replace the plastic one that's slightly too big and tough to give her treats in. size 3 is right for her, but.

it looks like it needs to be made just a little wider for her comfort. the rubber is supposed to be moldable, but i can't find details about how to mold it. just 'put it in hot water' and that's it. haha. i tried that, and it wasn't pliable enough to change the shape.

how hot does the water need to be? how long do i need to keep it in the water for before i can reshape it? does putting it in cold water after make it keep its shape after you change it? is being able to change the shape of this muzzle (without snapping it in half) a myth?

in the meantime she hates this new muzzle so like. 3 steps back in the 'my muzzle is ok i guess' adventure www. back to the ccing exercises~
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