My local super store of many things recently added a lot of fox decor to their home decor lineup and this particular fox was among them.
With minimal overhangs, it was just begging to be scanned and 3D printed.
I used 123D Catch to its fullest with a total of 70 images taken around the object. I then put the model through a couple editors to polish-out some small errors and prepare it for 3D printing.
Finally, this has been scaled to match the original item height (~220mm). Scaling down the model to 40% will give you an 88mm tall model.
You probably don't want to use traditional slicer-generated support for the lower muzzle or else you might put unsightly artifacts on the model's tail.
Some EDM printers might be able to handle this short, near 90deg overhang, but if your confidence lacks, you might want to pass the model through something like the Autodesk 3D Print Utility (A3DP) and post the result to Thingiverse as a remix ; )
This has been scaled to match the original item height (220mm). Scaling down the model to 40% will give you an 88mm tall model.