If your dog is about to die, why not clone it?

The following is an edited excerpt.

Insung Hwang’s business, according to his website, is “healing broken hearts”. Specifically those of people who have lost a beloved dog. Now he is to offer his therapeutic services in the UK.

For the – some might say – barking sum of $100,000 (£66,000), Hwang will “prolong companionship with your dog by bringing back the memories that you have with your friend”. This, without the saccharine, is dog cloning.

Read the full post here: If your dog is about to die, why not clone it?

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