3D Prosthetics for Good Dogs

Canine Culture

Welcome to Friday everyone, CEO Olivia here. Usually on Fridays I like to share various art forms you humans have created. But today will be slightly different. While sniffing about for something new, I came across 3D printing & how it’s been a blessing & miracle to some good dogs.

Prosthetic limbs can now be made with a 3D printer. This creates the possibility of custom made prosthetics without an outrageous cost, which can benefit so many good dogs. Lets look at some examples I sniffed out.

It’s heartwarming to know there is help for good dogs who have lost a limb or were born missing them. Thanks to this new technology, they can live a full, happy life, just like other good dogs.

CEO Olivia ❀

Origami Dogs

Canine Culture

Hello one & all, welcome to Friday. CEO Olivia here. Today I want you to have a look at something cool. Origami is an ancient art where paper is folded into amazing objects like geometric shapes, birds or animals. So I sniffed out some pawsome origami dogs.

The last picture is for Jerry Underfoot & Dottie. They insisted. BOL!

CEO Olivia ❀

Blown Glass Good Dogs

Canine Culture

Welcome to Friday once again. Today I have some cool looking good dogs made from blown glass. Glass blowing is a technique that involves inflating molten glass into a bubble with the aid of a blowpipe (or blow tube). A person who blows glass is called a glassblower, glass smith, or a gaffer. Molten glass has the consistency of molasses, it’s gathered on the end of a long hollow pipe, inflated to a bubble & then manipulated into a shapes by blowing, swinging, or rolling on a smooth stone or iron surface.

blown glass basset hound
blown glass husky
blown glass rottie
blown glass german sheppard
blown glass goofy
Have a wooftastic weekend.CEO Olivia ❀