Back in 2014, we told you about a little dog named Turbo, who received a 3D printed cart to help him get around, and this project was the jumping-off point for the Pawsthetics Animal Prosthetics nonprofit organization. The 3D Printing Store in Colorado teamed up with TurboRoo in 2015 to help Turbo, and decided to continue working to improve the lives of other animals in need, though The 3D Printing Store is no longer affiliated with TurboRoo. Pawsthetics seeks to support owners, rescues, and animals in need by providing 3D printed prosthetic solutions, and officially obtained its 501c3 nonprofit status its year. But now the organization is asking for a little help from the community. Read more at