Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Toronto man spends US$80,000 to clone his dead dog

After his beloved dog died, a Toronto man spared no expense to have Woofie cloned.  
When Woofie, a 20-year-old dingo shepherd cross, passed away last August, Matthew Johnson told CTV Toronto that he was devastated.
“I would compare it secondary to losing my mother,” he said.
Not wanting to say goodbye to his canine best friend, Johnson contacted an American company to clone Woofie.
The procedure wasn’t cheap.
The cloning cost US$80,000 but for Johnson, it was worth every penny. He told CTV Toronto that he would recommend it to any dog owner who doesn’t want to part with their pet
Read More .http://www.ctvnews.ca/lifestyle/toronto-man-spends-us-80-000-to-clone-his-dead-dog-1.3404092

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