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Anybody Seen a "Pug" (Dog) inflatable (holiday?)

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Not trying to hijack but I don't think it warrants another thread.

I'd like an English Bulldog inflatable.

Ok, Pugs, or Bulldogs. gang.

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Those who would like a custome inflatable, we can now do one of a kind inflatables. If you are interested in custom inflatables, let me know. We can do just about anything. If you would like to see some samples, let me know and I will post them in the BuyInflatables.com section of PC.

Hope this helps.

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Those who would like a custome inflatable, we can now do one of a kind inflatables. If you are interested in custom inflatables, let me know. We can do just about anything. If you would like to see some samples, let me know and I will post them in the BuyInflatables.com section of PC.

Hope this helps.

English Bulldog. Reverse brindle with one brown ear. Thanks.

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English Bulldog. Reverse brindle with one brown ear. Thanks.

Im sorry, I meant if you would like to see samples of some custom inflatables we have done. You can see them here:

http://forums.planetchristmas.com/showthread.php?t=29665

If you are interested in a design, PM me with a picture or drawing of what you are looking for if it specific such as an animal breed etc.... along with any other information including suggested Height or width you would like and your budget for such. We will then produce an illustration... from there... upon approval of the illustrations we will produce a the inflatable and make any necessary changes as needed, then ship it to you.

Because inflatables can be done very simple with little sewing and very little detail or very detailed with a lot of manual sewing for a one of a kind inflatable. Your budget will determine the level of production standard.

Tim

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Humm...

1.) Would it be reasonable to ask what the price range is? I am sorry to say I have no idea what this type of product costs to deliver. Are we talking about a large $$ spread from simple to very detailed?

2.) Of the 4 samples you offered in the other thread, can you post one and provide us with a figure? Or is all of this between you and the person commissioning the piece?

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Doesn't help me, I'm in Canada! Unless of course you've changed the rules and you're now shipping outside the US? Please, please, pretty please!!

Those who would like a custome inflatable, we can now do one of a kind inflatables. If you are interested in custom inflatables, let me know. We can do just about anything. If you would like to see some samples, let me know and I will post them in the BuyInflatables.com section of PC.

Hope this helps.

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I know... waaaaay out in left field, but you never know.

Thanks in advance.

-Webslinger

You need to check with Tim at buyinflatables.com or myholidaydisplays.com as he is offering members there that they can have their own creation of an inflatable to make. This is something that won't ever be sold by anyone unless you make more then one. So being waaaaaay out in the left field is no longer an issue. You should see the items he has had made for people already, there awesome.

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Humm...

1.) Would it be reasonable to ask what the price range is? I am sorry to say I have no idea what this type of product costs to deliver. Are we talking about a large $$ spread from simple to very detailed?

2.) Of the 4 samples you offered in the other thread, can you post one and provide us with a figure? Or is all of this between you and the person commissioning the piece?

Pricing realy does range depend on design, size, level of detail, and the spread could be big. For example.. The Orange Dino is not very detailed in sewing, but has lots of screen printed detail. Where the Wallstreet bull is very detailed with sewing. The dino is $200 retail. The Bill $800 retail. So it really depends. This is why I ask... if you have an interested, send me your idea... pictures, photos clip art etc. Tell me what youlike about it or what you want to add or change, and your budget, and they will design based and base the standard on your budget.

For PC members... we are not adding any profit... so what ever you budget will go directly to the factory, so you will get more for your money, then the average customer.

Tim

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Doesn't help me, I'm in Canada! Unless of course you've changed the rules and you're now shipping outside the US? Please, please, pretty please!!

Custom inflatables can be shipped anywhere in the world, as they are being shipped directly from China!!

Tim

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This sounds pretty cool so I'll get my thoughts together. I never thought I could sort of "customize" one so I need to get some pics etc.

I see it in my mind- just need to figure out how to put it to paper.

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I have a Morkie myself... and this evening went to Pet Smart for a grooming.. and saw the cutiest little puglette... (my name for a Pug Puppy). Man I was like a Mush. he really was so adorable and handsome.

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Don't tell me we have ANOTHER pug owner around here! :)

Yes, we are owned by a Pug.

Three year old "Emma" loves Christmas and likes car trips looking at displays. It's not uncommon for her to "Ooof" out the car window at any inflatables that move.

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I ahve a Morkie myself... and this evening went to Pet Smart for a grooming.. and saw the cutiest little puglette... (my name for a Pug Puppy). Man I was like a Mush. he really was so adorable and handsome.

We have several "pet" names for Emma- Puglette is also one of them!

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Don't tell me we have ANOTHER pug owner around here! :)

More than one.

Never thought I'd cave but I got one of those little, I got one for my daughter.

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ahhh now that might be a picture "Emma" and "Jack" think of the possabilties there Chuck

lol

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ahhh now that might be a picture "Emma" and "Jack" think of the possabilties there Chuck

lol

Emma's a Good Girl, so there'll be no shenanigans!

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Not to worry. Jack's not playing with a "full deck" anyway.

I think it's pretty close now as to what the "official dog" of PC is - there are a lot of golden retrievers but there are at least 5 or 6 pugs here as well.

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