What Is Pet Cloning? The word "cloning" refers to a variety of procedures that may…
My dog has died, what can i do?
The loss of an animal companion can be one of the hardest times in life. For a lot of people, it may not be until their dog, cat or horse has passed away, that they come across the option for pet cloning.
In this instance, the first thing to do is not to panic. If your dog, cat or horse has passed away, you are not too late to clone your pet. You have up to 5 days after your animal companion has passed away to submit a skin sample for genetic preservation and pet cloning.
The most important thing to remember is the correct storage conditions for your dog, cat or horse after they have passed away. Your pet’s body must be kept chilled and not frozen after their passing. Providing these conditions are met, you can submit a sample for cat, dog or equine genetic preservation and pet cloning.
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