One disabled dog got a fresh start, thanks to the work of a Rock Hill, S.C.-based technology company.
3D Systems has helped Derby walk normally for the first time in his life, according to the Daily Dot.
Derby, a mixed-breed that looks like a husky, was born with a congenital deformity that left him with small forelegs and no front paws. Before 3D Systems came on the scene, the dog couldn’t walk properly, and could only manage soft surfaces.
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