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Originally posted by spaceg0at
Originally posted by TheSleepCreep
reply to post by Ops4Ops
A animal clone will have the same genetics and DNA as the animal it was cloned from. However, none of the experiences or memories the dog had would be given to a clone. Since your dog grew up in an abusive household, than it is possible it will have a different "personality". But I guess most dogs act the same, especially when shown love by the owner. Instead of dishing out money for a clone, it will probably be best to let it be and rescue another dog from the humane society. It's what your puppy would have really wanted in my opinion.
Case in point: Peter has a picture frame full of Wolfie’s hair -- harvested from the poor dog's corpse -- on his coffee table. He has a shrine to Wolfie in his backyard full of canine-themed stuffed animals. Peter goes on dates to restaurants by himself and sets a picture of Wolfie on the table across from him.
Here are a choice quote from Peter: “I still remember how she feels in my arms. I know every inch of her body."