hairdresser clones dog

Hairdresser to the stars Roberto Novo has gone to extreme lengths and cost to keep himself entertained during lockdown.

Roberto, 61, countless the likes of Britney Spears as his part clients, has welcomed a cloned French bulldog to his New York home to self-iodate with.

Roberto paid $50,000 (£40,000) to have his beloved pet Machito cloned, and received the adorable genetic duplicate earlier this month.

Making light of the fact the new mutt is a clone, Roberto has named the pet Machitwo.

The stylist explained that New Yorkers taking their daily exercise in the locked down city still coo over the pup.

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A California couple who were devastated at the prospect of losing their beloved Labrador decided to clone the pet.
Alicia and David Tschirhart from Escondido are understood to have forked out up to $50,000 to clone their dog Marley, who they credit with saving their lives after he alerted them to a venomous snake while out on a hike.
The couple decided to take the step after Marley was diagnosed with cancer. He passed away five years ago.

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Melain Rodriguez, the Client Service Manager for ViaGen Pets -a Texas-based company billed as “the worldwide leader in cloning the animals we love,” joins Roe Conn to talk about the process of cloning dogs, cats, and horses.

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Stryker and Klein spent some time speaking to a representative from ViaGen Pets.

ViaGen Pets recently made headlines when a San Diego based family cloned their beloved dog who saved their baby’s life, giving the child the opportunity to grow up with the dog.

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Posted by on Friday, February 28th, 2020 in

They knew Marley was the perfect dog. So when it came time to say goodbye to their beloved Labrador, Alicia and David Tschirhart did what they had to do to keep a part of Marley alive — they cloned him.
Ziggy’s resemblance to Marley, the California couple say, is uncanny.
“They have the same personality, they play the same, they favor the same toys,” Alicia told CNN San Diego affiliate KGTV of the new animal in their lives.
While cloning your pet seems like something you’d see in a sci-fi movie, it’s actually been done more often than you’d think.
In 2018, actress and singer Barbara Streisand revealed that two of her dogs were clones of a previous dog. In South Korea, a sniffer dog that was known for his “legendary” nose was cloned to produce seven other sniffer dogs. And in 2009, five puppies were cloned from Trakr, a hero dog that is credited with finding the last survivor beneath the rubble of the 9/11 attacks in New York.

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