| Stuckie |
|Image credit: Duke Digital Group|
|Location||Southern Forest World|
The log containing the dog mummy was eventually donated to Southern Forest World, a museum dedicated to trees, which is located in Waycross, Georgia. In 2002, Southern Forest World held a naming contest for it. The winning entry “Stuckey” beat out runners-up “Dogwood” and “Chipper” though the spelling was changed to avoid confusion with a convenience store of that name.
Chestnut oak tannin, which is used in taxidermy and tanning, from the inside of the tree, seeped into the dog and prevented it from rotting, aiding in the natural mummification process.