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Transdermal Vaccines

The first needle-less vaccine became available for use in animals with the launch of Purevax Vet JetTM transdermal Feline Leukemia vaccine.


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In 2004, a Maine Coon named Little Nicky became the first pet animal to be cloned commercially. After Little Nicky died at the age of 17, his owner paid $50,000 to have Genetic Savings & Clone, Inc. transplant Little Nicky’s DNA into an egg cell. A surrogate mother cat carried the embryo, and gave birth to a kitten that was similar in appearance and temperament to her prized kitty.

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