Get the facts about MRSA and other resistant-bacteria infections in post-amputation dogs and cats with the Bella Moss Foundation help for pet parents.
Tripawds is your three legged dog resource and help center. This is a community of support for sharing your story and learning from others about amputation for dogs, canine osteosarcoma or other cancers, and loving life on three legs.
Start your free Tripawds blog today! Existing members, please log in at right.
Top Tips for Tripawds »
Follow these quick links to Jerry's most popular canine cancer & amputation resources:
- The Tripawds Library – Download e-books for immediate answers to the most common recovery nd care questions.
- Jerry’s Required Reading List – Links to the best Tripawds News blog posts discussion forum topics
- Featured Tripawds Blogs – Review all featured blogs and see recent posts from active Tripawds bloggers.
- Discussion Forums – Get quick advice from members or share your dog's story.
Books & More
Tripawd Health Videos »
This playlist from Jerry's YouTube Channel includes the most recent Tripawds interviews with veterinary oncologists, rehab vets and other specialists. Check out the Videos page for more amazing three legged dog movies!
Latest Tripawds News »
Recent posts from Jerry's three legged dog news blog:
Why Tripawds Community Discussion Forums are better, more helpful and responsive than Facebook Groups.
Tripawd Tuesday celebrates three-legged Doberman rescue dogs Tulo and Blake.
Enroll your dog or cat cancer hero in the National Veterinary Cancer Registry to collect data that will improve treatment options and outcomes for pet cancer.
Three-legged Tripawd Pit Bull Lu survives accident, loses her leg but not her love for life.
Tips to get affordable, awesome veterinary care for your pets with nearby veterinary teaching hospitals and colleges listed in the U.S. and around the globe.
Tripawd Tuesday honors histiocytic dog cancer survivor Barney, a senior Lab celebrating six years after amputation, chemotherapy and adrenal mass tumor diagnosis.
Three easy ways to get your pet's medical records to your veterinary specialist.