How Much Does it Cost to Clone a Dog?

Cloning a dog is the process of copying DNA fragments, cells or organisms to re-create the dog.  While the dog won’t be identical with its behavior and appearance, it will be pretty similar.  This process was originally done by BioArts International, a company that created a program it called Best Friends Again.   Unfortunately, the company stopped cloning dogs in 2009.  Today, the company, Sooam Biotech, continues to clone dogs and has claimed it has cloned more than 700 dogs.

puppy by Lisa L Wiedmeier, on Flickr
puppy” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Lisa L Wiedmeier

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Average Reported Cost: $150

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  1. kenzie lewis (fortwayne,  Indiana) paid $150,000 and said:

    so worth it, love my little pug

    Was it worth it? Yes

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