Pet cloning is becoming more common despite its high cost

  • Stav Dimitropoulos
  • Trade correspondent

Source, John Mendola

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John Mendola had his old dog cloned to produce these two genetically identical copies.

Retired New York City Police Officer John Mendola decided to clone his beloved dog when he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

While on duty on Long Island in 2006, a small, dirty stray dog ​​found on the street was brought to the station.

“His hair was like felt, you couldn’t even brush it…and his teeth were bad, but he was still absolutely adorable and very grateful.”

At the end of work that day, Mendola told his colleagues that he would bring this white and brown dog home, there was no need for shelter.

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