You can now clone your dog for $100,000, which costs slightly more than going to a fancy breeder or paying those numerous shelter adoption fees (jk, go adopt a dog). Sooam Biotech, a South Korean company, offers the service to dog owners who can't imagine loving anything other than the exact same dog over and over again. Sooam is located in a suburb of Seoul, not on a remote island laboratory. They use somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT), the same procedure that created Dolly the sheep, the first cloned animal in the world. Skin cells from the deceased dog are injected into a donor egg which has had its DNA removed. To use human reproductive technology terms we know and understand, it's a little bit like in-vitro fertilization with a surrogate mom.

Sources: NPR