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Gallery Quality %27Grace, The Klutz%27 An Ice-Skating Dog Framed Print by Ron Schmidt

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Gallery Quality 'Grace, The Klutz' An Ice-Skating Dog Framed Print by Ron Schmidt

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Gallery Quality 'Grace, The Klutz' An Ice-Skating Dog Framed Print by Ron Schmidt
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Description
Four skates aren't necessarily better than two, as this courageous dog is finding out. While her attempts at figure skating aren't going to win her any medals, her never-quit attitude will win your heart. Hang this gallery-quality, full-sized print by Ron Schmidt in your home and share the fun with everyone.

• Skating dog framed print
• Double matted under glass
• 2" frame in classic black
• Paper backing with sawtooth hanger, ready to mount
• Beautifully crafted in the USA

Size
16"W x 20"H print, approx. 20"W x 24"H overall

Shipping
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
Reviews
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5.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

By fuzzyslippers
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Shame on her owner
Comments about Product:
Hard to believe Plow and Hearth would even feature this sad photo.Even sadder it an owner who would do this to his dog.Everyone knows a dog will turn themselves inside out trying you please you.Even if it embarrasses them.Clearly the dog is smarter than Mr. Schmidt.
PS I enjoy your products but will not be buying this in hopes he quits.

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