Grand Guardian Fu Dogs HeavyThe legendary Guardian Fu Dogs are primarily used to guard the entrances of anywhere important to the owner. They come in pairs, and can be placed by the entrance of your house, room, office cubicle. Any harmful spirits or intentions are said to be scared off by these warrior-like guardians.
125mm in height and made with a redwood finish. This set includes the male and female fu dogs (pup under paw and sphere under paw). It's a quality item and is heavy. A good secondary use for them would be to protect you from your 'Total Loss Direction' when you have no choice but to sleep, work, etc in that direction for long periods of time.
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