Whether you're a fan of the Golden Retriever's good graces, dachshund's big personality, or Lab's love of family, you can celebrate your favorite dog breed's most adorable attributes with this 1950s-inspired framed blueprint.
Created in the style of mid-century blueprints (designed by "architect" I. M. Paws), this detailed illustration is accompanied by "design specs" and documentation about breed origins and temperament. Each blueprint is given a distressed finish, creating the appearance of an authentic, vintage document. From the Airedale to the Yorkshire Terrier and every breed in between, this fetching tribute brings high-design to Man's Best Friend. Made in Portland, Oregon.
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Large Dog Cone-Brown w/Bones & Paw Prints | Dog Cones
Contains one each of Large Dog prints, Small Dog prints, Large Cat prints, Small Cat prints Borders
Add texture and dimension to rolled fondant, gumpaste, and buttercream.
The 12 X 6" size allows for easy use on sides of cake.
Clean using warm solution of water and mild dish detergent (120ᵒ F, 49ᵒ C). Rinse thoroughly. Dry before using.
FDA-approved & BPA-free plastic
Made in the USA
Large Dog prints (etchings and engravings) ..
I disagree, raccoon paws don't look like that. Their feet are more like a bear's. Is it possible that these are not single paw prints but 4 paws together? Like maybe a bunny or a big squirrel hopping in the snow? I say that because I'm only seeing 4 indentations and a dog or coyote would have a large pad in the middle. Also, the pattern, what I can see of it, doesn't show the left to right staggering of a walking animal.
large dog paw print clip art shape- created from a real paw print
Cat and dog footprints are easy to confuse. Cats do not show claw imprints, while dogs and foxes will usually show toenail marks, but not always! Large dog footprints are often mistaken for those of a big cat.Wolf paw prints are distinctly larger than a coyote's. Between 3 and 4 inches wide and 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 inches long, excluding the claws, an adult wolf's paw print is nearly twice the size of a coyote track. While wolf tracks resemble those of a large dog, most dog breeds have feet smaller than 4 inches long. Careful observation also reveals that dogs tend to wander about, sniffing, while wolves and coyotes generally travel in a straight line. In addition, a wolf's paw prints reveal that the front and hind feet travel in a line, called direct registration. Dogs' front and rear paw prints are generally not aligned.