3D Printing Gets Three-legged Dog Ziggy Back on His Paws
Last year, a group of students at the Virginia William Byrd High School 3D printed a wheelchair for Lilly, a two-legged goat using the large-format 3D printing technology enabled by 3D Platform. This week, we just discovered another great story about 3D printing saving animals’ lives.
Ziggy had a rough start as a puppy, but 3D printing technology and a couple of clever people have helped him get up and running again. The two-year-old Border Collie was found abandoned in 2014 as a puppy, with a broken front leg that wasn’t correctly healing and required amputation. At three months old, Australian couple Rebecca Colvin and Glenn Althor adopted him from the animal protection agency, the RSPCA.
Click here to read the full story: http://mashable.com/2016/03/09/three-legged-dog-3d/#VvpFp4FIukqg