Playful pups conceived via in vitro fertilization for the first time

Embryo success could pave way to save endangered species and rid dogs of heritable diseases


DOGGONE CUTE  These puppies are part of the first litter of dogs (five beagles and two beagle‒cocker spaniel mixes) conceived by in vitro fertilization.

Mike Carroll/Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

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