Wrap your dog in a moist towel and refrigerate it at 2 to 8 ºC
If you have no conditions to refrigerate the body,take up one ear of your dog and wrap it in sterilized cloth to refrigerate it
In situations that you can't refrigerate then place ice cubes on the body of your dog and replace them often
Contact Sinogene as soon as possible
A cloned dog is genetically a twin of the donor dog, which is born later. The dog cloning will not change any gene of your dog or modification. The cloned dog will share many attributes including temperament, intelligence, and appearance. If you want us to clone your dog then initially, you need to preserve the gene of your dog through the process of genetic preservation. The first step is the transfer of genetic information from a cell of the donor dog, to an egg, which has been stripped of its cell nucleus. That is, the genetic information of the egg is supplanted with the genetic information of the donor dog. With stimulation, the ‘asexually’ produced zygote starts dividing into a multicellular embryo. When this embryo is sufficiently developed, it is planted into the uterus of a surrogate mother dog. The rest of the development of the embryo happens just like a normal pregnancy. Many dog owners around the world have already preserved their dog gene to gain reproductive services later on.
Dog cloning opens an opportunity for dog owners to prolong their relationship with their pets. This idea is generated from a thought that many pet owners cannot imagine their life without them; because they become a member of their families. Dog cloning is simply a twining of a dog genetically that it does not contain any changes to the genetics of your the original. This goes through a simple first step called Genetic Preservation Process. That process brings out cells and those cells are then stored and frozen in a storage container The cost to store a pet's cells ranges from 100 to 300 USD per year.
Clone is referred as the outcome animal from the clonation procedure. This can occur naturally with bacterium producing offspring asexually when a fertilized egg splits, through the DNA replication. This way natural "clones" can occur. Dog cloning help us to replenishing and reintroducing animals that are no longer with us.
Yes, actually animal somatic cell cloning technology has been 20 years since its success. Over the past 20 years, it has been shown that many cloned species have the same lifespan as natural ones.
First of all, DO NOT FREEZE the body. Stay calm and follow the next steps:
1. Wrap the body in a wet towel and keep it refrigerated.
2. Contact us as soon as possible to learn how to collect biopsy samples.
3. Send the biopsy samples to Sinogene.
Live somatic cells are used in the cloning process and it doesn't have much to do with the age of the donor pet.
However, we recommend that Cell Preservation should be done as early as possible. Since cell viability weakens along with pet age, which will decrease the success rate of pet cloning, it would be relatively easier to collect somatic cells from younger pets.