Freeze-dry Taxidermy & Pet Preservation

Freeze-drying is a method of preservation which eliminates the decaying process inherent in the living tissues of plants and animals. Freeze-dry chambers lower air pressure to the point that ice turns directly into gas without going through the liquid phase. Through a combination of very low temperature and vacuum application, all moisture is removed, leaving the tissues otherwise unaltered. Upon completion of the process, your pet is returned to room temperature, and remains indefinitely in the same condition thereafter, subject to the same care and treatment as other valued possessions.

Freeze-dry Taxidermy vs traditional Taxidermy

Freeze-dry pet preservation results in the preservation of your pet’s actual, physical body. This is in sharp contrast to the conventional method of taxidermy, in which only the outer hide of the animal typically remains, attached to a plastic form or other type of artificial mounting. This means that instead of just preserving the size, freeze-drying preserves the unique features of your pet.

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Group of Pets lovingly preserved through Freeze Drying Taxidermy by Pet Preservation - Markus Michalowitz
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