I have a couple dog skulls for sale: two near-perfect, great size skulls from a veterinarian, and two craft grade nature-found ones.
Top left is a massive St. Bernard, measuring over 9 inches long! It’s pretty heavy, and one of the biggest dog skulls I’ve had. It died in old age. More photos available if you ask! $250 shipped
Top right is a chunky Pitbull, almost as wide as it is long! Great stocky build, died in old age. More photos available if you ask! $175 shipped
Bottom left and right are nature found dog skulls, unfortunately no breed identification though. They are craft grade condition and will need gentle tlc, but if you want something cheaper and to put love into, these are for you. The left skull is a puppy, and you can see its emerging adult teeth! Both are $30 each. There are more photos available (:
**If you are interested in one of these items, please send me a DM and I will send you more photos of the individual skull, since I didn’t want to crowd the post with pictures. US sales only. I am posting these on etsy as well, so if you are interested in a payment plan for the bigger skulls, just ask me and I’ll link you (check out with klarna on etsy to pay in 4 equal payments every 2 weeks!) Thanks for looking!
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Я таки сфотографировала его, не стала париться и сфоткала прям на стене (да у нас такие убогие обои) этот череп для меня нашёл знакомый, обыкновенный собачий череп, к сожалению даже без зубов, те которые были я вырвала...))) Я его проварила и оформила, добавила туда выползок лучистого полоза и пару засушенных лимонов, бичёвка и лозы какой-то растючки, и перья из кошачей игрушки... Вот так как-то. (на рисунок не обращайте внимания просто херня которую я быстренько набросала и решила повесить на стену,возможно потом буду выкладывать свои адекватные рисунки)
Whoever owned this dog back when it was still alive clearly didn't care much about it, because they didn't even bother with burying it after it died. They just left it to rot in a sack in the middle of a forest.
When I found this guy, he was in a very advanced stage of decay. I wouldn't have been able to tell what I was looking at if the skull wasn't there.
The bones were a bitch to pick out, because they were all tangled into the sack that the animal was left it.
I probably could've gotten a complete skeleton out of it, but a family member who was there with me kept whining about how they're "Not gonna just stand there and watch me shove my hands into a rotten corpse for an hour" and how they're "Gonna vomit if I keep touching that."
(We were pretty far away from home so I couldn't go back for it. I'm still pretty disappointed.)
This was my first attempt at using hydrogen peroxide. These bones were very greasy and I think I didn't clean them well enough. They're still not as white as I want them to be, so they're probably going to go back into peroxide when I get more of it.