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Instagram Star Clones Pets

Posted by on Thursday, February 10th, 2022 in

Who doesn’t want their loved ones to come back to life? When pet owner and Austin resident Kelly Anderson’s cat Chai died four years ago due to eating a plastic wrapper under a pet sitter’s care, she was devastated. But she remembered a conversation she had with her roommate, who was a vet tech, just […]

Cloning Elvis

Posted by on Thursday, February 10th, 2022 in

The bond between a pet and pet-parent can be deep and unconditional. The thought of losing your pet – a family member – can be devastating. But what if you could clone your pet? That is exactly what David Best, MD, MBA, co-founder of MDea, BESTMSLs, and The Doctor’s Channel, is preparing to do with […]

I Cloned My Dog—They Have Completely Different Personalities

Posted by on Monday, January 31st, 2022 in

I grew up on a big farm in Saskatchewan, Canada and each summer during my teenage years, I would leave the farm to go and stay with a friend of my fathers who was a well known mineral prospector. He taught me all about mineral prospecting during those summers together, and it’s really what I’ve […]

Bring In The Clones

Posted by on Wednesday, January 19th, 2022 in

Photographer Courtney Udvar-Hazy began the Instagram account @wander_with_willow in 2017 to document the life of Willow, her striking wolf-dog hybrid. Udvar-Hazy, a 29-year-old from California, documented Willow from the moment she got her, and followers watched Willow grow from a tiny puppy to a strapping adolescent who roamed California’s wilderness on hikes with her owner. […]

Pet Cloning Is Way More Advanced Than You Thought

Posted by on Thursday, October 21st, 2021 in

To the casual motorist driving down the long, flat country road outside Gainesville, an hour north of Dallas, Blake Russell’s eighty-acre horse farm probably looks like any other in the area. The wide, green pastures are dotted with hay racks and bored-looking mares flicking away flies with their silken tails. A steel ranch sign, depicting […]