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Move Over Dolly, South Korean Company Clones First British Dog
2014-04-09 10:29:27

A South Korean company that charges about $100,000 US for animal cloning procedures has just cloned Britain’s first dog for free. The dog was copied from a 12-year-old pet dachshund named Winnie, owned by Rebecca Smith of London.

2009-06-18 00:40:26

The dog who found the last survivor beneath rubble at Ground Zero after the Sept.

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2009-01-29 07:36:38

A family in Boca Raton welcomed home a golden Labrador retriever puppy, for what seemed like the second time.

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2008-07-17 12:50:00

Two South Korean labs are offering pet owners the chance to clone their dogs in hopes of bringing a beloved pet back to life, but the service will come at a high price.

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2008-05-22 00:05:00

BioArts International announced on Wednesday that it will clone dogs for the five highest bidders in online auctions.

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2006-10-12 17:45:00

Genetic Savings and Clone, a biotechnology company that sold cloned pets, sent letters to its customers last month informing them it will close at the end of the year because of little demand for costly cloned cats.

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2005-07-17 11:50:00

Texas A&M researchers know animal cloning can't be rushed. Through painstaking experimentation, A&M is the world's first academic institution to clone six species in six years: cattle, a boer goat, pigs, a deer, a horse and - most famously - a cat named cc. A&M's success has fueled the debate about the growing use of cloning, whether it is unnecessarily cruel to animals and whether the potential benefits are overblown.

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2004-12-23 00:00:00

The first cloned-to-order pet sold in the United States is named Little Nicky, an eight-week-old kitten delivered to a Texas woman saddened by the loss of a cat she had owned for 17 years.


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