Price Guide - Pets and Animal Casts

The prices listed on this page are an approximate guide to some of our most popular options, as every single lifecast is utterly unique and tailored to you - varying in pose, size, shape, material and finish. Please note that you are not at all limited to what is described here or that you see in our galleries. We do allow our customers to pay for their casts in instalments with no added interest, so long as the final payment is made on or before collection. If you have any questions, check out our useful FAQ or get in touch with us.  Overwhelmed by the choices below? Why not pop to our webshop and purchase one of our premium gift packages or vouchers - the perfect present for the one you love. For a comparison between different popular material finishes, click here. Please note that the following prices generally refer to the costs for living animals. Casts of deceased animals will incur an additional call out fee (unless you can transport them to us) which can add substantially to the cost. 

Paw casts and prints (studio appointments):-

Studio appointments are available either for living pets but we can sometimes accommodate deceased pets on the day of death. Visits are by appointment only, and please read our pet casting FAQ for further information.

  • Paw cast (plain white gypsum, freestanding), small - medium dog - £90 each, £160 a pair, or £300 for four. 

  • Paw cast (plain white gypsum, freestanding), medium - large dog - £100 each, £180 a pair, or £350 for four. 

  • Paw cast (plain white gypsum, freestanding), extra large dog - £120 each, £210 a pair, or £400 for four. 

  • Paw casts in cold cast metals start from £275 each, with discounts for multiple copies.

  • Faux metallic paint/wax finish for any of the above, from £20 per item. Discounts for multiples of four or more. 

  • Paw casts in foundry bronze start from £375 each.

  • Paw casts in glass start from £400 each. 

  • Paw casts in solid pewter start from £325 each (small-medium/large dogs only) 

  • Mounted 3d paw casts (set into a plaque) - POA

  • Paw prints (set into a plaque) - POA

  • Outprint (reversed paw prints - coming out of a plaque rather than indented) from £80 unframed and from £175 framed for clay prints and POA for high definition prints.

Prints or paw casts can be mounted with hooks to make lead holders, have engraved name plates added, be placed on a wooden, slate or resin base
and even be mounted in deep box frames with or without a photo of your beloved pooch. With cold cast metals and some foundry bronzes, we maybe able to add some of your dog's ashes to the cast, for a truly personal memorial to your dog.

Nose casts

Plaster casts of your pet's nose are available. Full 3d nose casts are only available for deceased pets however, depending on the temperament of your pet, we can sometimes offer a more shallow 'nose print' of a living pet. If you believe your dog would become distressed by the casting process, then we ask you to trust your instincts and put your pet's feelings first. We are happy to answer any questions about the process you may have before you confirm your booking. 

  • Plaster cast (white) - from £30

  • Resin cast - from £75

  • Cold cast metal noses - from £80

  • Pewter noses - from £150

  • Bronze noses - from £150

  • Glass noses - from £150

Noses can be made into fridge magnets, key rings or other items on request. They can also be mounted or framed with or without photos of your beloved pet. 

Home visits/Vet visits/Dog crematorium visits

There are times when your dog may be unable to cope with traveling, or perhaps that dreadful time has come to say goodbye to such a dear family member and you need us to come to you. Although in general we don't offer a mobile service, we are willing to travel to your location under these circumstances if we are available. For external work, we always work in pairs for safety and efficiency, which involves closing our workshop for part or all of the day depending on the distance from our studio. For this reason, we do charge a callout fee to cover our time away from our business, travel costs and time, any parking, toll or congestion charges, and so forth. Please enquire for details. We offer flexible payment terms for people who may struggle to meet the full cost at the time of bereavement - further details available in our Terms and Conditions and further information about death casting for pets is available here.

Other pets

In life and in death (depending on the species and what you are casting), it is possible to cast other types of pets such as cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, rats, horses, reptiles and fish. Please ask for further details and we will always do our best to help you, whatever the circumstances. As these situations are so varied, we can only quote for these items after a short discussion with you to answer a few basic questions about your pet and situation. 

Zoo/Wildlife Park Animals

In 1998, André Masters began an incredible personal art project called The Endangered Species Collection - casting wild and exotic animals both living and dead - to act as tactile teaching aids for blind and partially sighted children. The collection has grown very much since those early years, and appeals to a sighted as well as blind audience. We have one of the most varied and beautiful collections of animal casts in the world - including such rare pieces as paw casts from Sumatran Tigers, Asiatic Lions, Clouded Leopards, Snow Leopards and Elephants. We have worked with Woburn Safari Park, Chessington World of Adventures, The WWF and Maidstone Museum to create these stunning pieces. The project is entirely self-funded through the production of fine art casts of these incredible animals which we sell to the public. If you are interested in sponsoring the collection, please click the donate button below. If you have an animal we may be able to cast for the collection (either upon death or when it is due routine veterinary work) click here to contact us with details. If you are involved in a school, college or group for blind or partially sighted people and would like to arrange to see the collection and hear how the casts were produced, please contact us for more information. Or if you would be interested in supporting this incredible project by purchasing an incredible work of art from the Endangered Species Collection, please follow this link to our fine art sister company 'Masters and Munn' where you can read all about the collection, sculpture options and finishes.