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Cloning your dog.

Cloning your dog has happened.  A woman who went to Korea spent 50k to have her beloved dog cloned.  She just couldn’t bear to be without him.

This begs the question, should we clone our dogs?

We were talking about this the other night because we have the most wonderful dog we have ever had.  He’s smart and beautiful and very loving.  He must know at least 25 words and will respond to hand signals.
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But most of all, I don’t know what I am going to do without him.  So we talked about cloning him when the time comes for us to be parted from him.

We know any dog that is cloned will not be our dog but will be genetically identical to him.  To be our dog he would have to go through every single life experience he has gone through to be “our dog”.  This can’t happen so you wonder what the cloned dog would be like.

I think it would ease the pain of losing your dog.  You would have him back but not completely.  So the question is, is it worth it?

I think each person needs to ask him/herself the question and be very aware that you will not be getting the same dog back.

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