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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Kastaway, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. Naturesway07

    Naturesway07 New Member

    Nice job they look sweet.
  2. minehill

    minehill Member

    They look alive!! Very nice!

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  3. Kastaway

    Kastaway Taxidermist, Pioneer of Freeze Drying 1969

    Thanks for all the nice notes. We change approx $1800 to $2000 for a dog that size.
  4. LordRusty

    LordRusty If I agreed with you, we'd both be wrong.

    Beautiful work, Joe! Well done! Mr. Joe Kulis is the "Dean of Freeze Dry" ... he really wrote the book, so to speak. He was one of the first, and is still one the finest producers of Freeze Dry Taxidermy preservation. This is what correct Freeze Dry preservation is all about!
  5. krusher167

    krusher167 New Member

    wow i love the expression, my dog does the same one when shes asleep and then gets woken up by a noise...
  6. chk

    chk New Member

    Those are AWESOME
  7. Looks better now then it did alive those are two great lookin pieces
  8. Nice work! Down the road-
  9. Super looking mounts (how odd that word seems to describe them, because they look alive!) but mounts they are. Thanks for sharing them Joe.

    P.S. And thanks again for your excellent service in getting my recent Snowhare dvd to me. You are faster than our Royal mail! ;)