Mon, March 01, 2010
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2 legged dog gets help

2010-03-01 08:26:01 GMT2010-03-01 16:26:01 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Hoppa, a four-year-old mixed breed dog born without front legs, uses a prosthetic device to walk in his home in the central Israeli city of Tel Aviv February 28, 2010. The device was invented especially for Hoppa by a animal-loving art student, who hopes his wheeling device will improve the lives of pets born with abnormalities or with amputated limbs. (Reuters Photo)

Israeli Avi Kuzi puts a prosthetic device on Hoppa, his four-year-old mixed breed dog that was born without front legs, in the central city of Tel Aviv February 28, 2010. The device was invented especially for Hoppa by a animal-loving art student, who hopes his wheeling device will improve the lives of pets born with abnormalities or with amputated limbs. (Reuters Photo)

Israeli Avi Kuzi plays with Hoppa, his four-year-old mixed breed dog that was born without front legs, in the central city of Tel Aviv February 28, 2010. A prosthetic device was invented especially for Hoppa by a animal-loving art student, who hopes his wheeling device will improve the lives of pets born with abnormalities or with amputated limbs. (Reuters Photo)

Hoppa, a four-year-old mixed breed dog born without front legs, uses a prosthetic device to walk outside in the central Israeli city of Tel Aviv February 28, 2010. The device was invented especially for Hoppa by a animal-loving art student, who hopes his wheeling device will improve the lives of pets born with abnormalities or with amputated limbs. (Reuters Photo)

The device was invented especially for Hoppa by a animal-loving art student, who hopes his wheeling device will improve the lives of pets born with abnormalities or with amputated limbs.

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