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Aging Pets Need Special Attention

Posted by on Monday, October 17th, 2016 in General

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Caring For Your Aging Pet Aging in pets happens.  We all know that bringing home a fluffy kitten or bouncing puppy can be a momentous event and that will entail changes and lifestyle adjustments for everyone involved. What is often overlooked, however, are the adjustments necessary to properly care for an aging pet. According to […]

Top Ten Reasons We Love Dogs

Posted by on Monday, October 10th, 2016 in General

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Here Are The Top Ten Reasons We Love Dogs Dog owners are, shall we say, a special breed.  We share that special love of dogs and know how important they are to our lives.  But why, exactly do we love dogs so much?  There are a lot of answers to this question (and unique ones […]

I Want Pet Cloning For My Sick Pet

Posted by on Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 in Cloning, Genetic Preservation, Pet cloning

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Considering Pet Cloning for A Sick Pet Pet cloning and pet genetic preservation are two options that are now available to pet owners who have sick dogs or cats and might be approaching the end of their lives.  These situations can be heartbreaking for pet parents. We cherish the time we have with them as a […]

What is Key In Dog Nutrition?

Posted by on Monday, September 26th, 2016 in General

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Dog Nutrition Essentials Dog nutrition isn’t necessarily a topic we think of everyday, but if you want your dog to live the longest, healthiest life possible your dog’s balanced nutrition is essential.   It’s critical in maintaining the growth and health of your dog. So what does this mean? First of all, what are nutrients? Nutrients are substances […]

What Relationships Does ViaGen Pets Have With Our Clients?

Posted by on Tuesday, September 6th, 2016 in General

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ViaGen Pets and Our Pet Owners In your time as a client, you may only speak to a few of the employees that help to make ViaGen Pets a possibility. It may be comforting to know that many of us are pet parents… just like you. We feel the loss you are experiencing when a […]

How Much Does It Cost To Clone A Pet?

Posted by on Tuesday, August 9th, 2016 in Cloning

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How Much Does It Cost To Clone My Dog or Cat? Pet owners are very fortunate today.  ViaGen Pets can produce a genetic twin to your beloved cat for $35,000, or your faithful dog for $50,000. One question you may ask is “Why does it cost that much to clone a pet?” The answer is […]

The Dog Days of Summer: Summer Hazards and Your Pet

Posted by on Monday, July 25th, 2016 in General

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Summer Can Pose Unique Pet Risks Attention all pet parents: it’s summertime!  (Trust us, nobody has forgotten this in Central Texas recently!) That means we are outside more enjoying swimming, hiking, boating, having picnics, gardening, taking walks, etc. Many of these fun times include our furry friends, our dogs and cats. Unfortunately, there are many […]

The Research and Technology Behind Pet Cloning

Posted by on Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 in Pet cloning

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Pet Cloning Builds On A Legacy of Research ViaGen Pets’ successful pet cloning services build upon ViaGen’s strong background and long history of success in the livestock cloning business.   We have been able to transfer a large portion of that knowledge and expertise directly to pets — while also developing brand new avenues for research specific to both […]

Are Cloned Pets as Healthy as Other Pets?

Posted by on Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 in Cloning, Pet cloning

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Are There Any Health Considerations When Cloning a Pet? The first question most people have when they find out they can clone their pet is, “how much?” The answer, a lot. For the people that can get past that, the next question is, “will the clone you deliver be as healthy as my original pet?”  […]

Why Are Regular Vet Visits Important for Dogs?

Posted by on Monday, June 20th, 2016 in General

Vet Visits For Your Dog Are Critical If ain’t broke don’t fix it, right? This is often the case with most things. But with preventative care for your beloved dog it is oftentimes better than dealing with a critical health issue that was ignored. There are things that your dog could be experiencing quietly that […]