Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will the dog clone act the same as the original dog?
A: We are the sum of our experiences. Our personality is unique to our individual selves. It is our past experiences that shape who and what we are today. The books we read, the movies we watch, the things we’ve done and the mistakes and decisions we make are part of who we are today. The way our parents raised us and the environment we grew up in play a big role in what we eventually become. The same holds true for dogs. If the new clone grows up in the same environment as the original dog than the personality will be the same or closely similar.
Our universe is so amazingly beautiful and mysterious. There are so many things about our universe that is so utterly incredible and there are also many things we humans cannot even fathom. Take a moment and think of the little things we do know about our universe. As you sit here reading the words on this page there are radio waves filled with music passing through your body. Transmitted from a radio station to your radio. There are thousands of cell phone conversations that are magically transmit over the air invisibly passing over oceans and land and through your body. We send movies and information digitally through air and cable directly to your television, computer, and smart phone.
Then there is the beauty of mathematics and music. How did we do that? How do we figure out and create things?. How did we come up with songs that evoke emotions. How did we figure out mathematics that are the building blocks for the things we experience everyday. How about the beauty and wonder of our galaxy? The concept of time and distance of life and evolution….and what about love? An emotion so powerful that it makes us humans do things we would never have done without the emotion called love.
And what about the trillions of planets spinning in the darkness of space? So beautiful it steals your breath away.
With so much we have yet to understand how do we know if the souls of our beloved pets are not with us. Who’s to say that love is just as powerful after death than in life? That the soul of your lost pet is gone forever or perhaps reborn in their clone. Do I personally believe that the soul of my dog Wolfie will be reborn in in her clone? I don't know..
Q: Will the cloned dog look the same as the original?
A: The clones should look identical or similar. Sometimes the color might be off a bit or the clone may be slightly different in size but overall the cloned will be genetically the same
Q: My dog has just died but I don't have money for cloning at this time.
Can I save his cells now and keep them for cloning later
A: Yes. You can save his cells now and keep them for cloning at a later time.
Just click here and follow the directions.
Q: How much does it cost to clone my dog?
A: It is currently $50,000 to clone your dog
Q: How long would it take to clone my dog?
A: It take about 6 months to one year to clone your dog.
Q: Where will my dog be cloned?
A: Your dog will be cloned in Seoul Korea
Q: Who do I contact if I want to clone my
A: You can contact me by clicking on the "Contact" Link on the left
Q: Will my dog act the same?
A: Your dogs personality are influenced by its experience and surroundings. If the cloned dog is raised in the same surroundings and treated the same way then chances are that it's personality will be similar or close to it. However, there is also a chance that it will act completely different
Q: IS it better to save my dogs Live Tissue while
its still alive or after my dog has passed?
A: It's better to save to Live tissue while your dog is still alive. That way better quality cells are extracted. By doing it after your pet has passed is not recommended as cells begin to deteriorate after death. Also when your dog passes, the last thing you want to do is scramble to order the Biopsy kit. You'll be in mourning and i'm sure you'll want to spend that precious little time holding and hugging your dog while the body is still warm
Q: Can my dog be cloned from DNA, hair or a
A: No. At this time Cloning can only be done with live tissue taken from your dog while it is still alive or within 5 days after the death of your pet.
Q: Can I clone my dog from Placenta taken
from birth or from Overies taken while my dog has been spayed ?