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Yeah, but I'm thinking having four of those hanging around my neck might get a bit heavy... lol


Hmm, wish my dog was still around, I might just do that.... But, she isn't. Kinda weird though....


Stumpy and cyndi

Ok, I love dogs, but that's a little creepy... I'm not even going to mention the price.

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Karen Friesecke

While it looks somewhat strange, it's a far better pet keepsake than a pendant with ashes in it.

Lindsay & Fido - SincerelyFido.com

Very unique idea. The detail is incredible. I could picture doing it to a little dog & maybe putting the charm on a bracelet. I'd be interested to see a video of someone taking an impression of their pet's nose.


holy shit


OMGosh that picture brought tears of love and remembrance to me. That nose is the nose of my boxer/mastiff Nixie. I could see myself wearing something like that. I'm just that goofy in my taste in jewelry.


I have a lot of dog jewelry, but I'm not so sure about that one. Besides with ten dogs, I'm not sure I could carry the weight.

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what a unique idea...!!I cant imagine myself wearing dogs pendant.lol...

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