Authentic Taxidermy


Authentic Taxidermy is listed in the Taxidermy category in Cleveland, Ohio. Displayed below is the only current social network for Authentic Taxidermy which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Authentic Taxidermy on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Contact information for Authentic Taxidermy is:
5764 Bavaria Ave
Cleveland, OH 44129
(440) 888-0535
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This letter is from the ODNR and is well worth taking the time to read. One can draw their own conclusion but I concur with the author..................

Wishing all a merry Christmas and wonderful New Year!

Wishing all a happy Thanksgiving and a safe deer hunt!

OK guys, the rut is in full swing and I'm seeing quite a few deer that are not skinned properly and will need a new cape. Therefore, I thought it would be a good idea to post this to eliminate the problem. My vote is to call a qualified butcher but if you choose not to. then, please go to UTUBE and type in: "HOW TO CAPE A DEER FOR A SHOULDER MOUNT" and watch the video.

ATTENTION DEER HUNTERS Since opening day is right around the corner I thought it be a good idea to post this. First of all, b4 u go out make sure that your butcher is prepared and ready. This may sound dumb but some guys don't start butchering until the weather breaks. It's well worth the phone call. Next, make sure your butcher knows how to prepare a deer for taxidermy. If you are going to butcher the deer yourself and want the deer mounted, make sure you skin it properly. Every year I have to replace deer capes because the deer was cut wrong. Therefore, I attached a picture below which shows a properly skinned deer cape. I will have to replace the deer cape if you cut off the briskett and the leg pits. The cost to replace the cape is $50 min, so please take heed of what i am posting. I encourage everyone to use a reputable butcher, but if u don't, make sure you cut the skin behind the front legs and peel it back down the neck, then remove the head from the carcass. If you need clarifications feel free to contact me. I will post this again a few days b4 opening day.