When a pup does so much for their parent’s life, it can be difficult to accept the fact that one day, you may have to part with them.
That’s why Matthew Johnson, a former film director from Greater Toronto, has decided to clone Woofie, his Dingo-German shepherd cross pup. At 20 years old, Woofie has difficulty walking and uses a wheelchair. But when she was much younger, she was found by her Daddy abandoned in a bag, and was given a happy life – she worked in search and rescue, travelled the world, and even became an actress in Doggy Daycare, a movie from 2015. She also saved her Daddy’s life after he contracted a rare form of bacterial meningitis.
Her nurturing personality and loving loyalty for her Daddy helped him recover. It’s natural that her Daddy doesn’t want her to leave forever when her time comes. Her cloning costs $50,000 and is being done through ViaGen Pets, a US laboratory. According to Dr. Surjit Jogar, Woofie’s vet at Elgin Mills Animal Hospital, the clone will be like an identical twin. Amazing! Do like and share this shocking story!
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