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Companion Animal Molds

       

Breyer introduced the Companion Animal line in 1999. Scaled approximately to the Traditional scale, the line began with the Welsh Corgi, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Jack Russell Terrier, Silver Tabby and the Alpine Goat. The line was officially discontinued in 2006 but these molds continue to appear as part of play sets.

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Mold Photo

Mold Name Mold Photo Mold Name
(c) Janice Cox Alpine Goat

Sculpted by: Kathleen Moody
Introduced: 1999

(c) Janice Cox Great Dane

Sculpted by: Kitty Cantrell
Introduced: 2001

(c) Reeves International, Inc. Australian Shepherd

Sculpted by: S Swink
Introduced: 2000

(c) Janice Cox Irish Setter

Sculpted by: Kitty Cantrell
Introduced: 2004

(c) Reeves International, Inc. Beagle

Sculpted by: S Rose
Introduced: 1998

(c) Janice Cox Jack Russell Terrier

Sculpted by: Susan Carlton Sifton
Introduced: 1999

(c) Janice Cox Black Labrador

Sculpted by: Susan Carlton Sifton
Introduced: 1999

(c) Janice Cox Miniature Sicilian Donkey

Sculpted by: Carol Herndon
Introduced: 2001

Border Collie

Sculpted by: S Swink
Introduced: 2000

(c) Reeves International, Inc. Rottweiler

Sculpted by: Kitty Cantrell
Introduced: 2004

(c) Janice Cox Calico Cat

Sculpted by: Kathleen Moody
Introduced: 2000

(c) Janice Cox Shetland Sheepdog

Sculpted by: S Rose
Introduced: 2001

(c) Reeves International, Inc. Dalmatian

Sculpted by: S Swink
Introduced: 2000

(c) Janice Cox Silver Tabby

Sculpted by: Kathleen Moody
Introduced: 1999

(c) Janice Cox English Foxhound

Sculpted by: S Swink
Introduced: 2001

(c) Janice Cox Welsh Corgi

Sculpted by: Susan Carlton Sifton
Introduced: 1999

(c) Janice Cox Golden Retriever

Sculpted by: S Rose
Introduced: 1999

   

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