How these school kids are spreading ‘Pawsitivity’ by creating 3D-printed artificial legs for amputee dogs – India Today

This group of class 10 girls from a Gurugram-based school are creating 3D-printed artificial legs for dogs who lost them in road accidents. Pictured here is Delna, happy with her new leg thanks to the Pawsitivity Project.

 

The Covid-19 lockdown has effectively locked us in our homes but in such a time, nothing can make us break out in smiles more than news of some ‘pawsitivity’.

For Christmas last year, a few Class 10 students of Noida-based Shiv Nadar School turned Santa for our furry friends by creating incredible silicone-based prosthetic legs for those who lost limbs in road accidents.

The artificial legs are ergonomically designed to comfortably fit the limbs of amputee dogs.

Click here to read full article https://www.indiatoday.in/education-today/how-i-made-it/story/class-10-girls-making-prosthetic-legs-for-street-dogs-pawsitivity-project-1684722-2020-06-02

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