Ohio counties Muskingum, Licking, Delaware, Perry, Fairfield, Guernsey,
Coshocton and beyond.
Offering whitetail deer, wild turkey,
exotics, wild boar, bear, African, upland and woodland game as gameheads
or lifesize full body mounts. Fish, waterfowl and taxidermy habitat
services also available.
Dan has competed in several taxidermists'
competitions using clients' mounts, winning both state and national championships
for his work.
Some of the awards include:
Best of Category, First Place, for
his work on wild turkey at the National Convention for The Wild Turkey
People's Choice Award in the National
Division for Game Head Division at the National Convention for the Wild
Best of Category, First Place, in State
Competition at the Professional Taxidermist of Ohio Organization.
All efforts are made to give each client
the same quality of workmanship, striving for the most natural and realistic
mounts as possible.
Dan feels very strongly that taxidermy
mounts should be completed as scheduled and works very hard to meet all
scheduled delivery dates for his clients. With this in mind, a completion
date is given to all clients when deposits are made. Delivery is also available
for large taxidermy pieces within a certain radius from his studio.
Completion for game heads, small game
and fish is 4-8 months. Large lifesize taxidermy pieces are normally 6-10
months. This is Dan's full time occupation, so satisfied customers are
a top priority.
An Ohio native, taxidermist Dan Jennings
began learning taxidermy at the age of 13 and graduated from Northwestern
Taxidermy at the age of 14. He continued his taxidermy trade throughout
high school and maintained his taxidermy career after graduation.
Due to his experienced expertise,
Dan's opinion has been called for by various taxidermy supply companies.
Some of this has led to featured taxidermy articles for aspiring and experienced
taxidermists on other taxidermy web sites.
Wild Turkey Taxidermy Tips
Using STOP-ROT in Fish Taxidermy
Taxidermy Tips Whitetail Deer Ear
Tanning and Taxidermy