california cloned dog

An Escondido family credits their dog for saving their life while on a hike. So it only makes sense that after 12 years, they weren’t ready to say goodbye after their dog died.

So David and Alicia Tschirhart found another way to keep “Marley’s” memory alive.

Enter Viagen, a company that offers cloning services for pets. The technology is the same used to famously clone Dolly the sheep in 1997.


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Posted by on Monday, February 24th, 2020 in

A late family dog that saved his pregnant owner from a potentially deadly situation has been cloned only a few years after he died.

The San Diego family has two young children who were able to grow up with an exact clone of the furry family members that saved their mother’s life before they were born.


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Posted by on Friday, February 21st, 2020 in
Las Vegas Cloned Dog

They say every dog has its last day. Now, thanks to technology, that doesn’t have to be the case.

“This is Chase, Ripley’s mother,” Jordan Goldblatt said. “This is Kendall, Ripley’s grandmother.”

Ripley was a champion.

“She was just a really great dog,” Goldblatt said. Goldblatt trains champions. “Bought my first one in 1985.”

Her love for Dobermans goes beyond four paws and a wagging tail. Since then, she has raised, bred and kept a few Dobermans for herself. Goldblatt currently takes care of three. One of them is a clone.

Ripley died in 2012. Years before that, Jordan knew someday, she’d want to make a copy of her prize winner.

“I knew that she wasn’t going to be the same, but that she would be similar,” Goldblatt said.


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Posted by on Wednesday, February 19th, 2020 in
Hero Dog Marley Cloned

Marley the Labrador retriever was always the dog dictionary definition of a true companion.

David Tschirhart got the dog as a puppy, and as the little pooch turned into an older adult canine, Marley saw Tschirhart through many of life’s exciting and overwhelming chapters: graduation, moving cross country, marriage.

“He made many moves with my wife Alicia and I. He was always aware and adaptable. He learned to live in a tiny Manhattan apartment,” Tschirhart, an attorney in San Diego, California, told PEOPLE.

Marley’s most amazing and heroic moment of awareness came in 2014, when he was 12 years old and towards the end of his life.


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In 2012, horse enthusiast Mary Walker became the oldest woman in the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) to qualify for the National Finals Rodeo (NFR). She and her bay gelding, Perculatin, nicknamed “Latte,” performed impeccably at the competition, taking home the title of world champions in barrel racing and a new earnings record of one million dollars.

This would be an incredible accomplishment for any 52-year-old – but for Mary, it was a miracle. Not long after losing her only son in a car accident in 2011, Mary was in a terrible riding accident. Latte fell on her, breaking bones and causing her to be wheelchair bound. With time, physical therapy and a great deal of persistence, Mary was able to work her way up to crutches, then to a cane, and finally back into the saddle. Less than a year later, she was the proud title-holder of world champ, and was inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in 2013.

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