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For $100,000, You Can Clone Your Dog

Bloomberg Businessweek By Josh Dean
October 22, 2014

He led the team that cloned the first dog in 2005, and he’s produced more than 550 cloned puppies since...

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Racoons: A renowned IPO Schutzhund German Shepard dog

June 24, 2013

According to the handler of the original canine, the clones are near identical in all aspects of physical resemblance, characteristics and temperament.

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South Korean scientist expands pet cloning business

March 16, 2013

Having successfully brought commercial dog cloning to the US last year (Delivered 12 cloned puppies to clients in 2012), he thinks the UK is the obvious place in Europe to continue his not-for-profit foundation’s expansion.

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Quinn: A German Shepard dog that recovered a body of a missing child

May 11, 2011

In May 2010 four cloned explosive detection dogs were given to to the Jeju Police Department.

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Trakr 911 hero

Mar 01, 2010

Trakr was named as one of history's most heroic animals by Time magazine because he discovered the last survivor of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001.

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Couple paid $155,000 to CLONE their dog after his sudden death

Nov 08, 2009

One couple couldn’t bare to live without their beloved yellow Labrador, so when he died of cancer they put a fortune into bringing him back.

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Missyplicity Project

Joan Hawthorne and John Sperling wanted to find out whether their dog Missy could also be cloned. So, Missyplicity Project was launched in 1997.

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Currently working on intensive training sessions with several cloned canines from a renowned IPO certified dog. They are in the phases of training in tracking, obedience and protection. More...

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Sooam was successful in cloning Trakr, a 9/11 hero rescue dog in compliance to retired police officer James Symintin’s request. This attracted world wide attention from the mass media including FOX news, CBS, NBC, CNN, etc. More...