Q: What parts of the model are flexible?
A: It is slightly flexible in the shoulders, hips, and the jaw. You can demonstrate some life-like movements, though it’s not going to show a complete range of movements because the model is fragile.
Q: Can the dog be mounted on a different color base, or is it always mounted on a black base?
A: The wooden base you see in the picture is the base it will be delivered on.
Q: Can you remove the front and hind legs?
A: The limbs are not meant to be removed. Technically, you can remove them, however it would not be possible to reattach them, as they are held together with wiring to keep the model intact.
Q: Can one see the individual carpal and tarsal bones on this model?
A: Some elements of the carpal and tarsal bones will be hard to see because the wiring that holds each bone together must be done tightly, or the model will not stay in one piece.
Q: How heavy is the model?
A: On average it weighs 6 to 11 pounds.