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.
The question of when to spay neuter is a hot topic in the vet community. Dr. Nancy Kay examines the controversy to help us decide whether or not it’s right for our dog or cat’s health.
Wondering how an older Tripawd can be happy? Just watch Meisie get around on three legs for today’s #TripawdTuesday feature!
Honor Specially-Abled Pets Day and help Tripawds Foundation with matching gifts made during Pet Cancer Awareness Month 2017.
Lucky’s three-legged Tripawd Tuesday love story proves that adoptable three-legged rescue pets aren’t really “special needs” at all!
We wish we had known these Tripawd health tips to avoid injury when Jerry was playing Frisbee and chasing balls on three legs.
There’s no better way to start your day than with a Tripawd Tuesday Lilly Love Story. Meet this sweet rescue pup with a spunk and charm that’s irresistible!
Share your Tripawd story and help ease the fears of worried pet parents facing amputation for their dog or cat.
Amputee pets help is available but Tripawds Foundation needs volunteers to get the word out. Here’s what you can do.
Tripawd prosthetics study at Colorado State University aims to uncover the facts about how three-legged dogs adapt to artificial limbs.