A little dog, born without his front legs, has a new way to get around - a set of 3-D printed wheels.
The six-week-old terrier-beagle mix, named Tumbles, learned to move by balancing on his nose and back legs, Inside Edition reported.
A veterinarian suggested that Tumbles should get a cart to help strengthen his back legs.
So the Ohio University Innovation Center created a wheelchair using a 3-D printer, CBS News reported.
Tumbles will need physical therapy and some tweaks to the cart until he can use it on his own.
Tumbles is in a foster home, but his story is being updated on the Friends of Shelter Dogs' Facebook page.
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