Tripawds celebrates the final mile of Luke Robinson's epic 2,000 mile West Coast walk to raise awareness of canine cancer comparative oncology research.
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Recent posts from Jerry's three legged dog news blog:
Tripawd Tuesday celebrates our international members in Iceland with Valkyrja's three-legged love story.
Tripawd Tuesday honors life lessons taught by Calvert, a special pup who earned his angel wings.
Many thanks to all Tripawds community members and supporters for helping the Tripawds Foundation help animal amputees and their people everywhere!
Introducing the new Tripawds Foundation, a public benefit charitable organization created to ensure availability of information, resources and support for anyone facing amputation for their pets. Read all about it on the new Tripawds Foundation blog!
Groundbreaking infant cries wildlife research by University of Winnipeg Tripawds member needs your support.
New 2015 Tripawd Calendar designs make great gifts, honor three-legged dogs and cats in our community.
The "Tripawd hop" is an endearing trait that we're all familiar with, but it doesn't come without repercussions on an animal's body.
Two recent canine amputee gait studies by Colorado State University took a closer look at the biomechanical changes that
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