1. Welcome to Taxidermy.net, Guest!
    We have put together a brief tutorial to help you with the site, click here to access it.

Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form(no longer availible)

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Mike Carfello, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. Lifesize walker hound tanned by Carolina tannery with McKenzie form,ready to mount!!!Buyer backed out. Have $425 invested,sell $350 buyer pays shipping.
     

    Attached Files:

  2. *

    * Liberalism IS A MENTAL ILLNESS !

    6,424
    41
    Re: Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form

    Sent pm if you can semd pic of skin and size measurements and any dermis damage pics .
    Thanks
     

  3. Re: Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form

    Can't get photos smaller them 192 kb on new camera!!
     
  4. lizardguts

    lizardguts skull collector

    Re: Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form

    Isn't it illegal to sell dog fur?
     
  5. Re: Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form

    If it was illegal McKenzie couldn't sell the forms.
     
  6. Nightweaver

    Nightweaver Member

    418
    2
    Re: Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form

    Not really. There is some pet taxidermists who use forms over freezedry. :eek:

    I'm curious though on this being legal since pet furs are banned last I was told. You could only charge for work and supplies? Which would make sense since it comes with a form.

    Anyone have the exert on the pet fur laws?
     
  7. mjvaden

    mjvaden New Member

    Re: Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form

    Yes Believe it or not it is illegal thanks to bill Clinton!!! "The dog and cat protection act of 2000"

    I am not a lawyer but it looks like there may be an exemption for fur/pelts under $150. But you would have to inquire about that to cover yourself.

    Mike


    [Federal Register: December 28, 2000 (Volume 65, Number 250)]
    [Rules and Regulations]
    [Page 82269-82270]
    From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]
    [DOCID:fr28de00-14]

    =======================================================================
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

    16 CFR Part 301


    Rules and Regulations Under the Fur Products Labeling Act

    AGENCY: Federal Trade Commission.

    ACTION: Final rule.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    SUMMARY: The Federal Trade Commission (FTC or Commission) amends the
    Rules and Regulations under the Fur Products Labeling Act (Fur Rules)
    pursuant to the Dog and Cat Protection Act of 2000. That Act prohibits
    importing, exporting, manufacturing, selling, advertising,
    transporting, or distributing any dog or cat fur product. The Dog and
    Cat Protection Act also amends the Fur Act to exclude dog and cat fur
    products from items the Commission may exempt

    [[Page 82270]]

    from Fur Act requirements because they contain only a small amount of
    fur. The amendments announced herein conform the Fur Rules to the
    amended Fur Act by making clear that the exemption from the Fur Act
    does not apply to dog and cat fur products. Because the amendments are
    technical in nature and merely incorporate the statutory change, the
    Commission finds that notice and comment are not required. See 5 U.S.C.
    553(b). For this reason, the requirements of the Regulatory Flexibility
    Act also do not apply. See 5 U.S.C. 603, 604.

    EFFECTIVE DATE: The amended Rules are effective January 29, 2001.

    ADDRESSES: Requests for copies of the amended Rules should be sent to
    the Consumer Response Center, Room 202, Federal Trade Commission, 600
    Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20580. The notice announcing
    the amendments is available on the Internet at the Commission's
    website: http://www.ftc.gov.

    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Carol Jennings, Attorney, (202) 326-
    3010, [email protected], or Stephen Ecklund, Senior Investigator, (202)
    326-2841, [email protected], Division of Enforcement, Bureau of Consumer
    Protection, Federal Trade Commission, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW,
    Washington, DC 20580.

    SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Fur Products Labeling Act (Fur Act), 15
    U.S.C. 69, and Commission rules pursuant to the Act, 16 CFR Part 301,
    require that sellers of covered fur products mark each product to show:
    (1) The name of the animal that produced the fur; (2) that the fur
    product contains or is composed of used fur, if such is the fact; (3)
    that the fur product contains or is composed of artificially colored
    fur, if such is the fact; (4) that the fur product is composed in whole
    or in substantial part of paws, tails, bellies, or waste fur, if such
    is the fact; (5) the name under which the manufacturer or other
    responsible company does business, or in lieu thereof, the RN issued to
    the company by the Commission; and (6) the country of origin of
    imported furs. The statute and rules also include advertising and
    recordkeeping requirements. The Fur Act authorizes the Commission to
    exempt products containing a relatively small amount or value of fur.
    Accordingly, section 301.39(a) of the Fur Rules exempts from rule
    requirements fur products for which either the cost to the manufacturer
    of the fur contained in the product or the manufacturer's selling price
    of the product does not exceed $150.\1\

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

    \1\ In 1998, the exemption amount was raised from $20 (set in
    1969) to the current level of $150. 63 FR 7508, 7514 (Feb. 13,
    1998).
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Dog and Cat Protection Act of 2000, Pub. L. 106-476, prohibits
    importing, exporting, manufacturing, selling, advertising,
    transporting, or distributing any dog or cat fur product. Violations
    may result in the imposition of civil penalties ranging from $3,000 to
    $10,000 for each separate violation; forfeiture of the illegal
    products; and debarment from importing, exporting, manufacturing,
    transporting, distributing, or selling any fur product in the U.S.
    In addition, the Dog and Cat Protection Act amends the Fur Act, 16
    U.S.C. 69(d), to exclude dog and cat fur products from those items the
    Commission is authorized to exempt from the labeling and other
    requirements of the Fur Act and implementing regulations. The
    amendments to the Fur Rules announced herein implement this amendment
    to the Fur Act.

    List of Subjects in 16 CFR Part 301

    Furs, Labeling, Trade Practices.

    For the reasons set forth above, the Commission amends 16 CFR Part
    301 as follows:

    PART 301--RULES AND REGULATIONS UNDER THE FUR PRODUCTS LABELING ACT

    1. The authority citation for Part 301 continues to read as
    follows:

    Authority: 15 U.S.C. 69 et seq.


    2. Section 301.1(a) is amended by adding paragraphs (6), (7), and
    (8) to read as follows:


    Sec. 301.1 Terms defined.

    (a) * * *
    (6) The term cat fur means the pelt or skin of any animal of the
    species Felis catus.
    (7) The term dog fur means the pelt or skin of any animal of the
    species Canis familiaris
    .
    (8) The term dog or cat fur product means any item of merchandise
    which consists, or is composed in whole or in part, of any dog fur, cat
    fur, or both.

    3. In Sec. 301.39, the second sentence of paragraph (a) is revised
    to read as follows:


    Sec. 301.39 Exempted fur products.

    (a) * * * The exemption provided for herein shall not be
    applicable: (1) to any dog or cat fur product; (2) if any false,
    deceptive, or misleading representations as to the fur contained in the
    fur product are made; or (3) if any representations as to the fur are
    made in labeling, invoicing, or advertising without disclosing: (i) in
    the case of labels, the information required to be disclosed under
    section 4(2)(A), (C), and (D) of the Act; (ii) in the case of
    advertising, the information required to be disclosed under section
    5(a)(1), (3), and (4) of the Act; and (iii) in the case of invoicing,
    the information required to be disclosed under section 5(b)(1)(A), (C),
    and (D) of the Act.
    * * * * *

    By direction of the Commission.
    Donald S. Clark,
    Secretary.
    [FR Doc. 00-33026 Filed 12-27-00; 8:45 am]
    BILLING CODE 6750-01-M
     
  8. circuitcat

    circuitcat Member

    226
    0
    Re: Lifesize tanned Walker Hound Dog And McKenzie Lifesize Form

    Another loophole is if it is your pet. You can legally own a cat or dog pelt/mount if you can prove it was your animal.