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"Here are a few pictures of our rescue dog, Blue," Michelle C. Gonzalez wrote. "Several months ago, I lost my beautiful dog, Zone, to cancer. It was unexpected and I was inconsolable to say the least. One day, I decided to visit the AWA in Voorhees. What I didn't know was that I was about to fall in love with the most challenging dog I had ever met. Blue comes from a shelter in Mississippi and he struggles with fear and anxiety. He has been my greatest challenge, but the unconditional love we share for each other is undeniable. While I continue to help him learn to trust and feel safe, he helps me to move on. I know it sounds cliche, but I thought I could help save another dog's life; what I didn't expect was for him to save mine. I smile again, I laugh again, and I love again; all thanks to my baby boy, Blue."


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In this pilot study, authors created and tested a 3D printed surgical guide for osteochondral allograft transplantation in hip joints of dog cadavers. Authors tested a number of relevant parameter but only show moderate success with some negative findings. Despite a number of limitations, the study provides a platform for further investigation in development of custom surgical guide in veterinary medicine for osteochondral allograft transplantation. Overall, this is a very interesting paper and its technical concepts are well-conceived. It is written very well other than a few minor concerns noted below:


Abstract is well-written and study design is presented clearly. However, result paragraph needs some details of actual data. For instance, p-values are shown but mean or 95% CI values are not shown. It would be helpful if the data can be included in the abstract.


The sample size is very low, and it would be helpful if a power analysis is shown. This is important since low sample size is certainly one of the reasons as to why results for some important parameters did not reach formal level of significance.


In this section, the actual data is missing. While this reviewer appreciates the citation of results in a Table, it would be helpful to add important numerical data in text, whereas p-values are presented by differences are not.


For all Figures author stated color coding to direct the attention of the reader to a specific location, however this would be problematic on a black/white print. Could author use arrows, circles or similar to point our location of interest. In Fig. 5 pink color needs to be pointed by arrows, although it is clear on color print.


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Sex of the animals not directly indicated. Age of the animals also need to be added if known. The sample size is very low, and it would be helpful if a power analysis is shown. This is important since low sample size is certainly one of the reasons as to why results for some important parameters did not reach formal level of significance.


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