Limb loss is often unavoidable, but many amputation accidents are preventable. Three easy steps can help pet parents prevent amputation in dogs and cats.
Do your friends and family disagree about amputation surgery for your cat or dog? Are you having a hard time deciding about amputating your pet’s leg? These Tripawds Community tips will make the process easier for you.
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.
If your dog or cat has osteosarcoma, do not miss this information about the signs of lung metastasis and the treatment options available.
Looking for tips for three legged cats? This list of Tripawds blog posts shares cat amputation recovery, health and nutrition tips.
An inspawrational Tripawd Tuesday story about a Tripawd Greyhound named Bocce, who bounced back after a common post-operative bleeding disorder in Greyhounds.
Is your Tripawd overweight? Do your part to help your animal enjoy a better quality of life with these weight loss tips on Pet Obesity Awareness Day.
Sometimes a dog bone infection isn’t “better” than a cancer diagnosis, as Tripawd Sheba’s brave fight against the fungus Rasamsonia spp showed us.
Vet oncology study examines shorter chemotherapy intervals for canine osteosarcoma with carboplatin and doxorubicin.
See how pet cancer battles really are turning negatives into positives, like TruDog’s raw dehydrated dog food that was inspired by the Great Dane Tripawd, Truman.