Are you one that would do this?  Or do you find it a bit distasteful? Eddy's Wildlife Studio does close to 120 pet preservation's a year. Eddy admits it can be a difficult business. His skill is not taxidermy it's actually freeze drying the entire pet minus a few organs and body fat.

The studio's 15 freeze dryers run up to $40,000 each and cost about $5,000 a month in electricity. Eddy says freeze drying pets is starting to become a worldwide sensation. But freeze drying someone's pet is not a short process. Sometimes it takes between eight months to a year to freeze the animal depending on size.

His studio is currently back logged about two months. The cost averages about $850.