Engineering Goes to the Dogs: Meet the Canine Helping UTD Students Clear Project Hurdles

Engineering Goes to the Dogs: Meet the Canine Helping UTD Students Clear Project Hurdles

Wiggle, a 2-year-old white poodle with a passion for hot dogs and Cheez-Its, is helping six University of Texas at Dallas engineering students develop an automated, treat-dispensing agility course designed to motivate pets to exercise when they’re home alone.

Go to full article: https://magazine.utdallas.edu/2023/01/19/engineering-goes-to-the-dogs-meet-the-canine-helping-utd-students-clear-project-hurdles/

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