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    K-9, Doctor Who's Robot Dog Companion

    Published on May 1, 2015

    A life-size replica of K-9 from the TV series "Doctor Who". Features remote control movement and sounds

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    Visionary Pioneer

    Visionary Pioneer is a cute and smart robot puppy that can help you clean your house.

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    Ziro Bo - The Robo dog

    Published on Aug 14, 2015

    Made using Ziro kit from ZeroUI

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    K9 at Sci-Fi Wales

    TVConwy was lucky enough to meet one our favourite TV icons today at Sci-Fi Wales, in Llandudno

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    Article "Will Robot Dogs Replace Man’s Best Friend?"
    Robot pets are still in their infancy, but roboticists say they'll one day be able to read your emotions and respond accordingly. Their memory will even be transferable to an upgraded model to give you a companion for life.

    by Steve Crowe
    October 1, 2015

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    The ABC Singing Animated Plush Puppy

    Published on Oct 12, 2015

    This is the animated plush puppy that sings and claps the alphabet and counts one through 10. Designed by Gund and only available from Hammacher Schlemmer, the 100 year-old plush toy maker, the pupster requires only a squeeze of either rear paw—marked with “ABC” on the right and “123” on the left—to prompt him into song. He accompanies his rendition of the alphabet by clapping his front paws together, interjecting a winsome “woof” during the natural pause after “G” and encourages children, that they, too, can join with him as he counts from one to ten.

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    Four-legged social Robot - EWU Robotics

    Published on Oct 21, 2015

    A social dog robot made in class.

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    Robo Dog

    Published on Dec 2, 2015

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    Robot dog

    Uploaded on Jul 28, 2009

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    Reservoir Dog, a passive compliant quadruped robot

    Uploaded on Apr 10, 2010

    Here, we present the design and realization of a cheap, lightweight quadruped robot based on a real dogs' anatomy. The robot is capable of autonomously showing multiple gaits such as walk, which require active retraction of the legs, and gallop, during which all four legs are lifted from the ground.

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