Yes, cloning your dog is a thing, and if you have a ton of money lying around, you can do it too.
A veterinarian can take the samples while your pet is still alive, or the company also provides instructions on how to take samples in a hurry from a pet who suddenly dies.
The company charges $1,600 to store your pet’s sample, and will let you know in four weeks whether the cells were successfully preserved.
The company puts your dog’s DNA into a fresh egg cell from another dog, implants it in a dog who can carry the pregnancy to term, and gives you the puppy when it’s old enough to go home.
This weekend, Frankenweenie is teaching children about the wonders of brining your beloved pooch… For comparison, a show-quality Coton de Tulear costs $3,000 to $4,000 from a breeder, so if you’re looking to save money, you could get 13 brand-new pups for the price of a single clone.