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January 5 2003 at 4:59 PM
Darcy Bird  (no login)
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Hi does anyone know who makes a 1/35th dog,preferably a shepard breed.Many thanks,DB.

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Kip Rudge
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Thick as fleas...

January 5 2003, 5:32 PM 

There are shepherds (alsatians) in a DML fig set i think it's feldpolezei. there's also one in the tamiya field briefing set. Seems to me the there are also quite afew resin woofers out there.

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Pierre Piveteau
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And another one....

January 6 2003, 2:04 AM 

...in Farm set from Tamyia.



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Glenn Gerson
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Keeper of the kennel

January 6 2003, 3:43 PM 

Tamiya has a German shepherd in both it's farm animal set and German field briefing.

DML has another set.

Jaguar has one too.

WOLF has a sitting German tanker with shepherd.

The Tamiya kits are "fair" representations of a German Shepherd.

The DML kit has dogs that look like mongrels.

The Jaguar G. Shepherd is in a somewhat leaping position. A leaping mongrel ??????????????

The Wolf kit is by far the most handsome of the pack and as close to looking like a German Shepherd as you'll get. The dog scales in at approx 150 pounds (68.2 kg - think metric!)- we're talking about one big dog!

How do I know?

I've got all the kits I mention.............. and a degree in Animal Science.............

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Dan Capuano
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January 6 2003, 10:38 AM 

has a pretty nice looking German shepeard. It's one of their famous Jagorama's I think w/ a German Feldgendarme & base.

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Tony Jesson
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I can help you with reference photo's

January 7 2003, 3:37 AM 


I have no info about models of german sheppards. I do however have a very Beautiful Sheppard Bitch called Eva and a digital camera if you need any reference photo's.


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Tom Herling
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January 7 2003, 5:19 AM 

Are there any 1/35 scale cats available? (The household animal, not a Panther or a Tiger!)


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Geoff Baines
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re Cats?

January 7 2003, 6:03 AM 

There is one in the German Ammo Loading Set (#35188) from Tamyia

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Ian Stapley
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Two, I thought?

January 24 2003, 9:17 AM 

I looked in a box the other day and there were two sets of figures, shells etc and two cats.

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Leigh Coote
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More Dogs!

January 7 2003, 3:27 PM 

In the Decal Star Dog set B.While these are not Sheperds and without a reference I don't know what breed they are,they're very nice and well animated. See MIG's Panzer I diorama.


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Darcy Dird
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Big Thanx

January 10 2003, 7:06 PM 

Hi & thank you to all that responded.Will be keeping a look out for the various K-9's.Thanks again,DB.

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Brock Hopkins III
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You might try Junior Town Models

January 12 2003, 2:11 PM 

Junior Town makes a set of resin dogs cats and I believe there are also to birds in the set. VLS use to carry this company but I'm not sure if they are still in business you might try the Fleamarket here. hth Brock

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Johnson Lee
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Re: You might try Junior Town Models

January 14 2003, 1:58 AM 

try www.juniortown.com.tw

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Brock Hopkins III
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Here's the dogs and cats and birds .

January 14 2003, 4:04 AM 

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Brock Hopkins III
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Try this again

January 14 2003, 2:00 PM 

I think this link will show you the set. Brock

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