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Chihuahua named TurboRoo
first made headlines in July when he was fitted with a wheelchair. But the pup, born without front legs due to a genetic defect has recently had an upgrade. Mark Deadrick, owner of San Diego-based design company
3dyn, contacted TurboRoo’s owner Ashley Looper and offered to create a better cart for the
dog using his 3D printer. After two initial tries, Deadrick is currently working on the perfect fit for TurboRoo. In the meantime, Looper is starting a charity to get carts to any disabled
dog who needs one. — Read it at
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