Tripawd Tuesday spotlights Hazel, a four-legged dog beating odds with osteosarcoma palliative care.
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.
Tripawds spokesdog Wyatt Ray demonstrates simple starter exercises to help amputee dogs get strong and stay fit.
Tripawd prosthetics study at Colorado State University aims to uncover the facts about how three-legged dogs adapt to artificial limbs.
Learn the best pet amputation recovery and care tips from veterinarians and veterinary nurses and techs at the 2017 Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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.
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.