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 […]
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 […]
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?” […]
Frequently Asked Pet Cloning and GP Questions We hear from many pet owners every day with questions about pet genetic preservation and cloning. Nearly every conversation we have starts with the owner saying “I’ve got an unusual question for you,” which isn’t a surprising preface for the questions we hear because pet genetic preservation and […]
What Role Do Vets Play in Pet Genetic Preservation and Cloning? Ok, you’ve done the hard part. You’ve thought of your future after your pet passes. Preserving your pet’s genes opens a new window for extending your relationship with your beloved pet. Now what? What’s the next step? Let’s walk through the detailed steps of […]
The Basics of Pet Cloning There is no denying it, we love our pets. We love our pets so much that we consider them members of our family, making sacrifices in travel and living so that they can always be near us and as comfortable as possible. It is expected that Americans will spend more than […]
ViaGen Pets is committed to the health and well-being of each and every dog and cat with whom we work. That commitment is the foundation of every effort we make. Our team includes leading scientists, and we believe that moving the promising and exciting area of animal genetic research forward will benefit all animals.