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First order for pet dog cloning


Posted on Tuesday, 19 February, 2008 | Comment icon 3 comments


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"A South Korean company says it has taken its first order for the cloning of a pet dog."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Madeleine on 19 February, 2008, 11:41
OOOOOOOOOOO it's like that film the sixth day with the re-pets where some wierd guys clone Arnie or something. Well if she has that money she might aswell buy a new and better doggie! I assure you, i am not high
Comment icon #2 Posted by brothers on 20 February, 2008, 0:58
It will not be the same dog no matter how you clone it. It looks like my dog, it barks like my dog but its not doing the same thing like my dog. In other words its thinking processes will not be the same not have the same memory as the original dog.
Comment icon #3 Posted by BlueZone on 20 February, 2008, 1:24
A South Korean company says it has taken its first order for the cloning of a pet dog. A woman from the United States wants her dead pitbull terrier - called Booger - re-created. The world's most expensive Booger. It won't be the same dog. But it will be more intimately related than, for example, another dog from Booger's original litter. I don't know what to make of this. Obviously, the woman is doing this out of love, so her motives could be worse. But she's going to have a bad relationship with her new dog if she thinks it is the old dog reincarnated.


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