Three-legged dogs need safe Tripawd exercise for a good quality of life. Here’s how Manni in Germany stays fit as an amputee.
Tripawd rehab therapy exercises prescribed by the team at Colorado State University help our Spokesdog Wyatt Ray build muscle strength and decrease pain.
Tripawd Tuesday shows why learning about appropriate exercise for Tripawds pays off now by avoiding injury later.
Tripawds spokesdog Wyatt Ray demonstrates simple starter exercises to help amputee dogs get strong and stay fit.
Canine rehabilitation experts at California Animal Rehabilitation share exercise and mobility tips for three legged dogs.
Tripawd Tuesday salutes Feta and Cheesecat, who prove that three legged cat rehab therapy is totally pawesome!
Even fit Tripawds may experience joint stress and muscle aches. Here’s what we learned about Tripawd rehab therapy for our own Wyatt Ray.
Tripawds talks about the amputation impact on cats and dogs, bionic limbs and pet prosthetics with orthopedic surgeon Dr. Denis Marcellin-Little, DVM of NC State University.
We wish we had known these Tripawd health tips to avoid injury when Jerry was playing Frisbee and chasing balls on three legs.
Managing arthritis in Tripawds starts with weight management and appropriate exercise but a new drug called Galliprant also shows promise for three-legged dogs with osteoarthritis.