All About Acupuncture for Tripawd Cats, Dogs, Rabbits and Other Pets with Dr. Nell Ostermeier, DVM, CVA (IVAS) a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist and co-owner of Lombard Animal Hospital in Portland, Oregon.
Tripawds Foundation learns about amputee care at our biggest event yet, the 2017 Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Limb loss is often unavoidable, but many amputation accidents are preventable. Three easy steps can help pet parents prevent amputation in dogs and cats.
MRSA in amputee dogs and cats can be successfully treated, if you and your vet act quickly. Here’s how to help your pet beat the MRSA diagnosis.
Thank you Tripawd dogs, cats and people for ten amazing years showing the world it’s better to hop on three legs than to limp on four.
If your pet is going to be a Tripawd soon, here are three things you must know about amputation surgery recovery for cats and dogs.
Want to help your new Tripawd feel better? Check out these heat and ice therapy tips for Tripawd cats and dogs.
Looking for tips for three legged cats? This list of Tripawds blog posts shares cat amputation recovery, health and nutrition tips.
September is Animal Pain Management Awareness Month. Learn the pain signs cats and dogs give to us and what to do if you suspect your Tripawd hurts.
Vaccine Associated Sarcoma (VAS) in cats is supposed to be a rare cancer. But here in the Tripawds Nation, it’s not unheard of. Also called “Feline Injection-site Sarcoma” (FISS), we’ve seen our share of members who have lost a leg to this tumor. Today we’re sharing some VAS cat stories, then read on because you’ll […]