Back from the dead: Couple who paid $155,000 to CLONE their dog

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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. Edgar and Nina Otto spent $155,000 in getting their beloved deceased dog, named Sir Lancelot, cloned. ‘I would’ve gone higher, I would have done anything at that point,’ Mrs Otto told TLC during a segment of their series called I Cloned My Pet.

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