SAN MATEO, Calif. (KGO) -- In San Mateo, elementary and high school students came together to help a paralyzed dog.
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Harold, a Chihuahua mix, has become Up Academy's ambassador. Harold was found on the side of a road and rescued about a year ago.
He is now a therapy dog close to getting his AKC license.
Mountain View High School engineering students brainstormed with elementary students on how best to build a prosthetic device for Harold.
The elementary students have already made prototypes of what they think will work and will share these with the older kids.
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The students will be measuring Harold with their 3D measuring equipment and then workshop their ideas together.
Paralyzed dog inspires innovation for Bay Area high school, elementary students
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