The short answer is that even though cloned animals look a lot like the original, they don’t behave exactly the same.
One reason they don’t have exactly the same personality is that cloning isn’t like you see in the movies.
To clone an animal like a dog or cat, you need its DNA.24 Oct 2005
Do cloned animals have same personality?
Myth: Clones have exactly the same temperament and personality as the animals from which they were cloned. Myth: When clones are born, they’re the same age as their donors, and don’t live long. Myth: Cloning results in severely damaged animals that suffer, and continue to have health problems all their lives.29 Aug 2018
Are cloned dog personality the same?
The answer is that we simply don’t know. It does appear that genetic traits like excellent fertility, milk production, marbling, etc. are seen in the cloned animals as well, but when it comes to personality the story is still unfolding. “ViaGen made the cloning process simply amazing.10 Aug 2017
Are cloned pets as healthy as normal animals?
Are They Healthy? The FDA monitors cloning of animals like sheep and goats and, according to the agency’s website, cloned animals are generally healthy. Dogs, however, have slightly more complicated reproductive systems, making them more difficult to clone.28 Feb 2018
Can you clone pets?
For $50,000 you can clone your dog. Using a donor egg, the company’s technicians join it and your pet’s previously frozen cells (which are easily taken by any veterinarian from a skin sample – even if your dog is sick or late in life) to produce an embryo. The embryo is then implanted into surrogate animal.16 Nov 2017