Where the Deer & the Antelope No Longer Play

June 6th, 2012 · 7 Comments

Wait ’til you see the last photo!!

Taxidermy on display in a Phoenix home.  Lots of it.

taxidermy on display elk fish javelina Phoenix Arizona home house for sale real estate photo

Same house.  It is all necessary to be shown while selling?

taxidermy on display elk fish javelina Phoenix Arizona home house for sale real estate photo

These two deers are too dear for words.  Gilbert, Arizona.

taxidermy on display two deer heads Gilbert Arizona home house for sale real estate photo

It’s a fake deer!!  It sings & talks!  Glendale, Arizona.

talking singing deer head Buck taxidermy on display Glendale Arizona home house for sale

You can see a YouTube video of Buck the Talking Deer here.  It’s embarrassing.  It sings “Rawhide.”

Found one more.  Mesa, Arizona.

taxidermy on display deer heads Mesa Arizona home house for sale real estate photo

Tags: Gilbert, AZ Homes · Glendale, AZ Homes · Make It Stop · Phoenix Homes · Staging · Taxidermy

7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 maria // Jun 6, 2012 at 11:31 am

    Welcome to our weekly meeting of Stuffed Anonymous.
    Today’s topic is on Finding Your Outer Self When Your Inner Self Is Missing.
    Bob & Marge, from our Canadian Moose chapter, will provide the refreshments.
    Buck, as usual, will provide the entertainment.

  • 2 WendyB // Jun 6, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    I’ve always hated the look of dead animal heads sticking out of a wall. I’d run, not walk, out of these homes.

  • 3 Picky // Jun 6, 2012 at 3:33 pm

    Time to remove the personal items. Makes me itch just looking at these pictures.
    @Maria – Love it.

  • 4 giggity // Jun 6, 2012 at 8:52 pm

    Was the skull on the right allowed to decompose on the wall?

  • 5 Jackie // Jun 7, 2012 at 4:52 am

    Some years ago,the house next door to me didn’t sell for over a year. It was because of all the stuffed animals! I talked to three people who looked at the house and didn’t buy because they felt “creepy” in there. It was a perfectly lovely 4 BR home aside from the animals. The house sold when the owners moved and took their “stuff”.

  • 6 mac // Jun 7, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    People still do this? I thought we evolved beyond it.

  • 7 SAM // Jun 8, 2012 at 10:10 am

    It must depend upon the area. Here, if you have mounts on your wall, at least you are not a felon.
    (Felons cannot hunt or posses firearms.)
    Mounts are just part of the furniture.
    I understand if the house is in a big city, people will not understand the display.

    Big game mounts and hunting are expensive and the homes that they are in, look well maintained. So unless the mounts go with the home, just ignore them. (They are easily damaged if taken down and stored on the floor/ground)

    @giggty, the skull and horns is call a ‘European mount’

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