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I'm glad I'm poor because cloning my pets is something I'd be all about. Especially my oldest dog Max, who is like another child to me. I can't even imagine living in a world without his sweet face, so if I had the money, I'd probably clone him because it is now a legitimate option for pet owners!
ViaGen Pets in Texas has been cloning livestock for more than 15-years.
They have cloned thousands of cattle, more than 250 horses, and thousands of pigs and sheep. And two-years ago, they started cloning dogs and cats.
Cloning starts when your vet takes four small skin samples from your pet, and it costs $50,000 and six to seven-months to clone a dog.
Cloning Now An Option For Pet Owners