Danielle Tran Tola, Stacey Cohan, Greenies discussed on Animal Radio
Stacey Cohan for animal radio. Well we all love. Our animals are pets. Dogs cats whatever you may have even your turtle but do you love it enough that you would have it cloned. You know what I love. My kids a lot but I don't think I'd would have cloned. Would you pay fifty thousand dollars to do it. I don't think I'd pay ten bucks to have my kids. There's a New York City woman though she is paying somebody fifty thousand dollars to have her dead dog cloned she actually got a major discount on the procedure was supposed Mukasa hundred thousand but she agreed to appear on T._l._C. special about pet cloning Danielle Tran Tola told A._B._c. new she hired a South Korean company to genetically copy her late dog trouble. She said the cloisters use troubles D._N._A.. To create a puppy that she's named double trouble Tran Tola says the puppy such a close genetic copy. Even its personality is exactly the same well. I don't know about you but I love to kiss my dog. Some people I have a friend Oh my gosh. They need to get a room that dog on her. She goes crazy with the dog but a dog's mouth you know a lot of times people for many people share the belief that a dog's mouth. It's cleaner that humans a pet saliva can somehow cure human cuts. That's in scrapes well. These are just some of the beliefs held by pet owners. According to a new study commissioned by the greenies brand makers of those pet specialty dental choose dogs mouths are certainly not cleaner than humans dogs can carry a variety of germs Zim bacteria in their mouth that stem from build up of plaque and tartar that complutense really make humans sick through contact with saliva. A healthy mouth is actually essential to the overall wellbeing of your pet but misguided information about pet oral health can affect more ingest your pets mouths especially..