A super-strong robotic 'dog' will be soon available to the public, with Chinese firm 'Unitree' saying it was ready release the hound on the market for $25,000 (€21,300), footage filmed in Hangzhou reveals, Wednesday. The robotic four-legged friend, called Laikago, can assimilate canine-like movements, walk on a variety of terrain and drag heavy objects. There won't be any fur to clean off your... Еще sofa either! «We have applied the latest technology to Laikago, such as organisation, control and dynamics,» said the creator of the robot and CEO of 'Unitree', Wang Xingxing. The CEO describes Laikago as a “scientific toy» for the moment but added that the firm “will try to explore the field of practical appliance, such as security.» The RoboPup weighs 22kg (49lbs) and is controlled by mathematic equations with AI programming languages used as a supplement.