Lucknow man builds a robot to take care of an ailing dog

Reportedly, the pup was afraid and in the trauma of every human being that came close to it, including Milind Raj who rescued him.

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A differently-abled dog, Jojo, got a new lease of life after a man built a robot to help the dog overcome the disability. A couple of weeks ago, during the lockdown, the dog was rescued by Milind Raj who is a robot enthusiast. 

The dog was been beaten terribly by people that it had gone blind and deaf. Reportedly, the pup was afraid and in the trauma of every human being that came close to it, including Raj who rescued him.

Looking at Jojo's condition, Raj created a robot to feed him at regular intervals during his absence. While speaking to ANI, Milind said that he found this dog during the peak time of the COVID-19 pandemic. He took him to the veterinarian who told him about his traumatic condition. So he built a robot that feeds and monitors the dog, in his absence.

The veterinarian also informed that after seven months, the dog's condition has improved and his eyesight can come back through proper medical treatment.

For those uninitiated, Raj is also known as the 'Drone Man' of India and has received an award from the former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam.