Vet Schools Can Now Operate On Synthetic Canines

Vet Schools Can Now Operate On Synthetic Canines

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Animal testing has been struck with heavy criticism for decades by animal rights activists.

And it’s for understandable reasons too as human experimentation is an even greater taboo in their eyes.

Over 50 million vertebrates get tested on in the US annually, but now there is a solution to crush those numbers down…;

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Syndaver Labs have found a way to make sure the thousands of dogs used for animal testing can be set free by developing a revolutionary design with their synthetic dog.

Despite the fact the look of it will haunt you in your sleep for the next week, it’s a perfect step forward for veterinary and educational purposes to discover problems and perform operations without harming a living canine.

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The creator of Syndaver Labs, Dr Chris Sakezles, who found the company in 2004, focused heavily on an immediate change worldwide to save animals lives. The dogs have their own unique set of problems so students and vets can figure out how to save them.

The price of each dog is $28,500, and the University of Florida have already purchased one for its students to operate on!

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It may not be the kind of dog to play with in the park, but this design is amazing enough to potentially save lives of those innocent animals being tested on.

Syndaver Labs have their own Indiegogo page where you can donate anything above $5 to receive rewards and help the company to give these cute little doggies a new home for free!