For more than 15 years, ViaGen has been cloning livestock. They have cloned thousands of cattle, more than 250 horses, and thousands of pigs and sheep, too. Two years ago, they starting doing dogs and cats.And would it matter? Your friend is your friend...
Shawn Walker, PhD is Vice President of Science and Technology for ViaGen.
“I would have probably never thought about cloning a pet 10 years ago. I was in the livestock world. Now, my biggest regret is that we had one dog that we connected to, and I’d love to bring it back,” he said.
Now you can — or at least duplicate that animal’s genetic DNA — and have the “new” puppy born again.
“The dog that you are going to clone is not going to be a Frankenstein,” says Rodriguez. “(Baxter) is just a normal dog like any other dog. You would never know that he’s a cloned puppy.”
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
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