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Um… where do you want to store them? You could scatter them somewhere he liked to go…
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www.thewoodshop.tv plus.google.com www.facebook.com www.facebook.com Ayshen Black www.woodoomagic.com This weeks project, I turned a maple Urn for a friend who lost a pet. I used the easy wood tool to do some deep hollowing and it works great.
- Only canine urn in the world officially licensed by the 125 year-old American Kennel Club
- Features a photo window for you to insert photo of your pet
- 109 cubic-inch capacity suitable for all dog breeds
- Brass nameplate will be provided at no extra charge. Details inside package
The American Kennel Club urn is a lovely remembrance for your faithful friend. The urn features the look of burnished copper, bronze, and polished wood. The AKC logo is beautifully embossed on the face of the urn. This is truly the finest canine urn available and a place of honor for a best friend.
List Price: $ 199.00
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