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This is a real working SCOTTISH TERRIER Garden Weathervane. The Weathervane is made of a strong 16 gauge steel. The top of the Weathervane pivots on a strong stainless steel pin. The entire Weathervane is covered with copper colored powder coat paint.

Gallery 3-day-eventer-horse-jumper-weathervane « “3 DAY EVENTER” Horse Jumper Weathervane – Custom weathervanes and Copper Sculpture

Gallery « DAY EVENTER” Horse Jumper Weathervane – Custom weathervanes and Copper Sculpture! Two Unique Horse Weather Vane Designs!

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This Jumping Horse Weather Vane was one of our earliest horse designs and, since our first commission in we have created a number of variations on this original design. Any of our Jumping Horse weathervanes can be constructed with an

Spotted Owl Weather Vane by West Coast Weather Vanes.

The Spotted Owl is the newest member of our owl weathervane family. To imply the distinct markings of this beautiful bird we apply gold leaf to the copper body. As you can see from the pictures above, some customers have ordered

Beautiful Great Dane pendant! Originally designed for the 2006 Great Dane National Specialty.

Originally designed for the 2006 Great Dane National Specialty.

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Scary Halloween Cat Weathervane by West Coast Weather Vanes. This handcrafted custom made scary cat weathervane is typically made in copper with translucent glass eyes. It can be made with an optional collar and gold leafed teeth, whiskers and collar.

What garden couldn't be improved by adding one of these

This is a real working weathervane. The weathervane is made of a strong 16 gauge steel. The top of the weathervane pivots on a strong stainless steel pin. The entire weathervane is covered with Coppervien powder coat paint.

Dog Weathervane West Highland Terrier Play Bow (Westie)

Our West Highland Terrier Weather Vane in the Play Bow position is a perennial favorite here at West Coast Weather Vanes.

Jumping in the pool for a ball

“Photographer Seth Casteel has definitely taken animal photography to new heights – or depths – with his hilarious photos of dogs chasing balls underwater. Casteel, who, naturally, has two dogs of his own (a mini Labradoodle and a Norwich terrier).

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