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    Default pedestal wolf mount

    taken sept 2010 mounted by Pro taxidermy in Fairbanks Click image for larger version. 

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    Cool idea! Had you seen this elsewhere?

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    my wifes idea she saw a bear done this way

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    Great mount! Absolute love the idea.

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ID:	50802 Great looking mount, looks similar! My daughter's wolf. She decided on this so maybe the woman's minds think along similar lines. Done by Lone Wolf Taxidermy in Eagle River.

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    Love the idea!!

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    I have no issues shooting or trapping them but wolf mounts creap me out. They look to much like dogs With that said great taxidermy.

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    These are both very nice anyone care to share the price range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacherman View Post
    I have no issues shooting or trapping them but wolf mounts creap me out. They look to much like dogs With that said great taxidermy.
    Uhhh maybe they look too much like dogs because they ARE dogs?

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    Really they are dogs? My point was I know they need killed and I have no issues doing it. I'm the first to pull the trigger on a wolf. I just like dogs, and yes I know they are dogs. I actually have two full skeletal systems of wolves set up in my anatomy and biology classroom. I know more about wolves than most.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bsj425 View Post
    Uhhh maybe they look too much like dogs because they ARE dogs?

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    Awesome mount! Thanks for sharing! Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFishOn View Post
    These are both very nice anyone care to share the price range?
    Ours was $855 to include the base, moose antler and cleaning/bleaching the skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill S. View Post
    Ours was $855 to include the base, moose antler and cleaning/bleaching the skull.
    Nice mount, Bill.

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