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Tripawd Tuesday: A Salute to Pittie Princess Lu

It’s Tripawd Tuesday everpawdy! Today you’ll be amazed by the miraculous recovery of Lu, a brave rescue dog who endured a horrific accident that took her leg but definitely didn’t take her zest for life. Her mom Corine explains. Grab a box of tissues and be amazed!

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Little Fairy Princess Lu

Lu’s Great Fall and Amazing Recovery

Lulu (she now goes by Lu) came into the rescue I volunteer at with a litter of seven 6 week old pups. She wouldn’t let anyone near, and was so scared. Eventually, when her puppies were old enough, they all got adopted, and she was still there, not letting anyone near her. One day I had extra time (I usually clean and feed more than walk the dogs), and decided to try. I sat attempting to persuade her for about 15 minutes to let me put a slip lead on her, while she just growled nonstop. Eventually I got it on, and we started our journey.

We only went for a short walk, but it was enough. She decided I was hers, and she was mine. Every time I would walk in the door she would scream (more like a yodel, really) until I would take her out, and she would help with whatever I would do that day.

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Lu helps Hank recover from leg surgery.

I started taking her to the army barracks, where I lived at the time, on the weekends. I started properly socializing her, taking her into every public place I could think of. I soon learned she could tolerate anything with my guidance, from screaming kids, and running cats, to dogs trying to fence fight.

Eventually I knew I couldn’t see another family end up with my favorite dog, so I did what any reasonable person would do… I bought a house, in Alaska, away from my family. See, the rescue group I volunteer at doesn’t adopt out Pit Bulls to non-home owners, so I solved my dilemma.

Over the next 9 months she blossomed. Once I got out of active duty army, Lu started coming to work with me almost every day (Its Alaska… of course work allows dogs), watched over my neighbor kids, and helped to teach numerous foster dogs how to be dogs again. It didn’t matter if it was a feral dog, or dog aggressive dog (both of which I’ve had), after her, they were in a much better place to find a forever home. She even decided a bull mastiff, Hank, I fostered while his leg healed from surgery, was hers. So he stayed.

Once spring hit, we were outside every chance we got. We would usually run at a nearby park, Kincaid Park, in the mornings. There was a week of nasty weather so we didn’t go, and by the time we went back, Lu was so excited, she just zoomed in every direction. It usually would only last 5-10 minutes, and she would be right back at my side. At this time, I didn’t think I had anything to worry about because she knew not to go in the road, she would leave the moose be and the bears weren’t awake yet. I didn’t think about the old army bunkers that littered the park. These bunkers look like giant hills from 3 sides, and a straight drop in the front, maybe about 18 feet, where the door is. Well, Lu ran right over the hill and off the front (there is nothing there to stop anyone or anything). She must have done it at an angle, because it was clear the front right leg was broke bad.

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Scene of the accident.

After the worst death scream I had ever heard, I ran to her. Her mouth was all bloody and front leg was bowed. She tried to stand up on the other leg and fell over. I picked up my 65lb princess, and headed back for the car. Luckily, There was a city worker driving through that I was able to wave down to get a ride the rest of the way. We headed to the vet and I was freaking. I thought she may have had brain damage the way she had no balance.

I had to leave her at the vet, and he called me a bit later. It started with the leg has to be removed (both bones were completely shattered), and the bloody chin was from scrapes. No biggie, my dog would live. We hung up. 30 min later, I got another call. The leg Foot on the left front was also broke in multiple places. They were worried about her quality of life if it didn’t heal right, as it would be the only supporting leg for her front half. He wanted me to think about ending her suffering, and explained how hard it would be. Not about to happen!

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Lu’s broken leg.

I got to see her that night. She hadn’t moved since I left her and she was pumped full of morphine and other drugs. Once I saw her it was the same cry as when she first attached. Lu was so happy to see me, despite the pain. After I left she was up trying to break free and screaming for another hour or so.

We proceeded with the surgery. It took much longer than expected, and I was asked not to come see her after. They wanted her to stay asleep.

After 10 weeks of being in a splint, and going through her not being able to control her bowels, the day came she got the splint off. Lu healed remarkably. She was very nervous of stairs and jumping off the bed or couch or out of the car, but never hesitated to jump on them. She will still yodel for me to come get her off the bed when she is ready.

She’s finally back to being my happy little girl. Back to camping, swimming and day care. It was a long and not so easy last few months, but totally worth it.

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Lu, hoppy and loving life again!

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Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

Is your dog or cat a Tripawd hero?

 

Tripawd Tuesday Tilts a Hat to Barney B., a Six Year Histiocytic Cancer Suvivor

Today for Tripawd Tuesday we’re extremely hoppy to report that Tripawd Barney Baldwin from Houston, Texas, has passed the six year survival mark for histiocytic cancer! Barney lost his leg in February 2008 but that didn’t slow him down. Thanks to great care by his pawrents Linda and Bob, he has kept on loving life on three legs without any major problems. Although his vet discovered a 5cm mass in his right adrenal gland earlier this year, this 11-year old pup continues showing how to make the most of life no matter what turns it takes. Talk about a hero!

Here’s what his mom Linda reported to us recently:

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Six year histiocytic cancer survivor, Barney B.

Barney is doing well, all things considered. When we found out about the adrenal mass in April, we decided against surgery, but still wanting to monitor the growth of the mass and address any discomfort from the symptoms medically if it makes sense from quality of life perspective.

Late June his mass had grown but not significantly, and no impingement on the vena cava at this time. And, there were no other tumor/mass sightings in liver, spleen, or kidneys that were visible at that time either. We have no idea of the adrenal mass malignancy factor, and from all my research there’s no way to determine this without surgery, so am thankful that we haven’t seen any signs in other organs.

My boy has trained us (by barking) to assist him when he wants help up/down the step going in/out to potty – he moves around himself, but when in a hurry the Ruffwear harness that he wears all day sure comes in handy to help him get where he’s going faster. He also uses his new found powers to beckon treats his way

Because of the mobility and arthritis issues, we decided to continue with his rehab therapy once a week. He gets trigger point therapy to address pain/inflammation, walks (hops) in the water treadmill for 10 minutes or so, then his favorite thing – they slip him into the sling and he gets to sit in the warm water whirlpool. So, on rehab day, I drive to The Woodlands before work, then pick him up mid-afternoon and he usually sleeps all the way home. Dr. Richard Wall is the best at what he does and it’s worth the time/drive.”

Barney B. in 2008

Read more about Barney’s miraculous journey:

April 2009: Meet the Great Yellow Texas Lab, Barney B.
February 2011: Histiocytic Cancer Survivor Barney B. Celebrates Three Year Ampuversary
March 2012: Barney B. Parties Four Y ears AfterHistiocytic Dog Cancer Diagnosis

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Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

Is your dog or cat a Tripawd hero?

 

Tripawd Tuesday: Bo Stars in New Children’s Book

Tripawds are so inspawrational for humans of all ages. In today’s Tripawd Tuesday feature, meet one three-legged pup who has inspired a new children’s book, “I Can Play Too,” written by his mom, Sharman Martin. Here is Bo’s story as told by Sharman:

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Tripawd Bo stars in new kid’s book, “I Can Play Too.”

Bo found me a little over a year ago. He used to live about 300 yards behind my house. He kept coming to “visit” so many times that I began to admire his perseverance . . . and I fell in love with him and didn’t want him to leave. I finally asked his previous owner if I could keep him and just like that he said yes. Before he came to live with me he was an outside dog who wasn’t shown much attention. He now lives the life of a king.

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Happy Bo living the good life.

I teach K-3rd PE and Bo often goes to school with me. The children love him.

Bo’s Story, I Can Play Too!

The idea of the plot of the children’s book, I Can Play Too, came to me when at first my other two dogs didn’t accept him into our family. Of course me being a teacher, I immediately thought it was because he was different. So I began to write about accepting others no matter their differences and using my 3 dogs and especially featuring Bo as an example. The children always ask me after I read them the book or after they’ve read it themselves if Bo and my other two dogs get along now. I’m happy to say that they do.

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Kids love Bo

The story is about acceptance and treating everyone the same no matter their differences whether physical or otherwise. He’s an amazing dog who is old, 3-legged, and been diagnosed with cancer just this summer, but is still loving life every day.

Bo’s second book should be in print by the end of August. If you want to follow Bo, please check out his Facebook page, Bo. I Can Play Too.

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Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

Is your dog or cat a Tripawd hero?

 

Tripawd Tuesday: Awesome Adelaide is Always on the Move

Once you walk down this journey, the Tripawd Spirit is always in your heart. Many pawrents find that loving a three-legged dog or cat is something they want to keep doing even after their three-legged hero becomes an angel. Take Tripawds Community Member Karma, for instance. She’s an amazing help to this community; you’ll often find her in the Tripawds Chat Room, comforting new members with stories about her own Tripawd experience with not one but two three-legged dogs!

Addy the Three-legged Husky Dog

Today’s Tripawd Tuesday feature is all about Karma’s “Adelaide,” a sweet front-leg amputee Husky who found her furever home through the Tripawds Rescue Forum after Karma saw this energetic puppy needed a family.

A Tripawds Community Rescue Success

Karma and her sweet Brendol joined us when Brendol was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in January, 2013. As this strong, beautiful girl kicked cancer’s butt on three legs, in March, 2013 Karma spied this post in the Tripawds Rescue Forum:

Atlanta, GA: Young husky tripawd needs home with playmate

About Murphy:
Breed: Siberian Husky
Gender: Female
Age: we are estimating about 10 months old
Date of Amputation: October 1, 2012
Missing limb: front left leg
Special Needs: she is 100% healthy, but she needs a home with another dog that she can play with.

Addy before surgery

It didn’t take long for “Murphy” to win Karma over. She met this three-legged dynamo, brought her home, gave her the lovely name of “Adelaide” and the rest is Tripawd history! Here’s how Karma tells it in Addy’s blog:

“Fortunately for Miss Adelaide, a nice couple heard about her and decided to take her in from her previous owners. Adelaide is retaining her first name, Murphy, as her middle name in their honor. They had friends that got together and raised money to help Addy get her leg amputated. They did look into getting the leg just fixed. However, the surgeries that were going to be required were very extensive and were not considered a very good option because they had a low success rate estimated.

Murphy the Tripawd

On October 1, 2012, Adelaide underwent surgery and the leg was removed. The couple that was taking care of her, Tiffany and Blake, did a great job with her during her recovery. They really loved Adelaide and were considering keeping her as a part of their family. However, their older dog, Heidi, was just not adapting to having a young spirited girl in the house. So, fortunately for me, they posted on the tripawds forums that they were looking for a home for this sweet girl.

Miss Addy was adopted into my home on Tuesday, March 19th. She was welcomed by her new sisters, Brendol (who is a recent tripawd due to OSA), Aissa, Mathilde, and Morrigan.”

This is just a little bit of the fun that happened when they became a family:

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So far Addy’s life has been a non-stop adventure and Angel Brendol is now watching over her little sister, making sure she doesn’t get into too much trouble when she does crazy things. She is one energetic puppy dog who loves day care, her pack mates and of course her Mamma Karma. Follow along with her adventures at Awesome Adelaide.

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How to Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

Is your dog or cat a Tripawd hero?

Tripawds: The Most Independent of ‘em All!

Tripawds Nation, you know that WE are the most independent of ‘em all! We are

Courageous

Unstoppable

Pawesome!

Tripawds Rule!

Have a great July 4th (and a belated Canada Day to our northern friends!).

Tripawd Tuesday: Ian Dreams of Becoming a Cyborg

Yes, Tripawds began as a community for dog amputees but thanks to some brave and exuberant felines who took the first steps to join in, we are hoppy to see more three-legged cats  joining us every day.

Ian Fluffypaws is one of those pawesome kitties and one of our newest bloggers!

The Boy Wonder and Ian

Ian’s mom writes:

Ian came to live with us about 4 years ago, and he is our 3rd tripaw. We are unsure of his complete history, as he was sent to live with us because we had experience with tripaws. The story we are given is that he was a 5 year old barn cat, when there was a “farm accident” with a tractor, or mower. He has a wonderful personality and they did not want to see him put to sleep, but they also knew that a farm cat without a back leg was not going to survive. So, friends of theirs knew friends of ours, and so he was handed off to us in a parking lot 4 years ago.

He has an amazing bond with our 13 year old son. Sleeps with him, studies with him, and plays video games with him.

Cyborg buddies, best friends

Thanks for joining us Ian, we look forward to following along with your three-legged cyborg adventures!

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How to Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

Is your dog or cat a Tripawd hero?

Tripawd Tuesday: Bentley the Bone Cancer Vaccine Warrior

Did you know that Tripawd Bentley and his people are helping future dogs affected by osteosarcoma bone cancer? Today on Tripawd Tuesday, we honor Bentley’s pack amazing dedication to participating in a groundbreaking clinical trial that will eventually help both dogs and people alike.

Bentley and Mom

Just like Shilo the Science Dog, they just completed participation in one of Dr. Nicola Mason’s bone cancer vaccine studies at the University of Pennsylvania (the same one that Tripawds member Spirit Sasha, profiled here, participated in). His Mom says:

 . . . cancer sucks and lung mets suck..but Dr Mason is absolutely amazing and was so good with Bentley and very helpful and caring with us – we are in great hands. And we’re staying hopeful that maybe Bentley will be the trailblazer and be the first dog to go into remission with lung mets in this study! Maybe he’ll go down in history and save lots of other babies! Still taking it one day at a time and enjoy every minute with my handsome man!

Bentley’s pack has had their share of ups and downs during the last few months, all while driving a long way to have him be in the study. From learning that he had lung metastasis while being evaluated for the trial, to barely surviving a rare but almost fatal side effect of the vaccine just days after his people’s May 17 wedding! After it was over, his Mom writes:

We’re hopeful that this heart issue is going to settle down and that he is not going to have any long term effects, first and foremost. But, we’re also hoping that maybe the vaccine did have some effect on his lung tumors – and who knows, maybe a miracle?

Throughout it all, they’ve endured so much together, and always with a smile.

Tripawd Hero Bentley

We just want to give them a big three-paws up and honor Bentley’s Journey today on Tripawd Tuesday (and congratulate his people on their marriage)!

Congrats to Bentley’s Pack!

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How to Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

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Tripawd Tuesday: Virginia Tripawds Unite

This Sunday the Tripawds Nation is having a get-together in Richmond, Virginia, which also happens to take place on the same day as the Morris Animal Foundation Unite to Fight Virtual Walk to raise money for pet cancer research  What a great day to pawty! You can join everyone in spirit by supporting the Unite to Fight Walk here.

Today, we celebrate these pawesome Tripawds members for reaching out to one another during good times and sad and organizing the Virginia Tripawds get-together. We hope the event is unforgettable and will inspire others to organize Tripawd Pawties in their corner of the universe.

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Angel Jake and his amazing blue eyes.

Jakes’s Mom Elizabeth writes in the pack’s Tripawds blog:

Our 12 years together was so amazing. You were the greatest dog ever. I know just from the look in your eyes that you thought I was great too. We were quite a pair weren’t we? You running like a lunatic through the house, tail tucked, as fast as you could…and me laughing so hard egging you on. Me trying to pick you up and put you in the tub when you sat like a cement statue because you hated a bath. Then you’d get me back by shaking all the water off next to me until I was just as soaked as you. We’d lay in the hammock together in the sunshine, and we’d snuggle on the sofa on lazy saturday afternoons. We had so much fun didn’t we?!

Tanner

Tanner the mountain dog

Tanner is now part of Angel Jake’s pack. Elizabeth writes:

He did it! He hiked the highest peak in Shenandoah Nat’l park today. This was his first real hike so we cheated by starting at the halfway point, BUT he climbed over boulders and through rocks no problem! I’m so proud of him. Last time we were here, Jake was with us. I just know Jake was there in spirit and so happy Tanner is following in his footsteps.

Spirit Happy Hannah

Spirit Hannah

Happy Hannah’s mom Sally writes:

We know how fortunate we were to have this time together and we never took one second for granted! We never gave up on each other…and as hard as this piece of crap disease tried, we never broke!! We bent a little every now and then but we never broke! And we never broke because of each of you in this community. It has been a privilege…a true, true privilege to be on this journey with each of you. I could never go one second without smiling or laughing or just beaming all over when was I Happy Hannah’s presence. She is truly the light in my soul.

Lexie

Lexie

We’re hoping that the Virginia Tripawds pack of Deb and Lexie can make it too. Our paws are crossed!

Deb writes:

We’re going to make the most of the time she has left — and hopefully we’ll have a chance to hang out with the wonderful Sally/Happy Hannah and Elizabeth/Jake and Tanner in June in Richmond!

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How to Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

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Tripawd Tuesday: Oh, Oreo!

Tuesday is the Tripawds Nation’s favorite day of the week! Today on Tripawd Tuesday, we celebrate the three-legged lifestyle and today the honor goes to:

Oreo!

Three-legged Cattle Dog Oreo

In her blog, Tales of Oreo, her Mom says:

People always say, “Oh, she’s so calm…”
Yeah, when she’s not jumping fences, running through the woods,
squeezing out my car window, tunneling under barricades… gotta love her!

This lovely three-legger has been busy. She recently made an appearance in her chariot while Mom participated in a Wounded Warrior charity run!

Oreo’s Tripawd Chariot

Oreo was the hit of the event! Her Mom says:

The runners were sooooooooooo nice! They of course loved Oreo, and we walked around a bit saying hello before the race started. Once I brought out her buggy we got a few raised eyebrows but they were accompanied by smiles. I was offering everyone rides back to the finish line for $5, ha ha.

We started at the back of the pack but quickly overtook the walkers. One runner lady was so funny, she said, “You know it’s bad when the three-legged dog passes you!” Ha haaaa! She was so lovely, and came over afterward to chat.

Oreo and Mom

Come along for the ride with Oreo, check out her blog today!

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How to Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

Is your dog or cat a Tripawd hero?

Tripawd Tuesday: Adopt Xena the MinPin from Texas

Do you know someone looking to adopt a small Tripawd with a big heart? Then Xena is your girl! Today she’s our Tripawd Tuesday featured story, please feel free to share it with others.

Meet Xena the Princess Warrior

“Hello, my name is Xena. It used to be something else but when Charlyne’s Pound Puppies rescued me after being hit by a car, they decided I was a princess warrior! Because of the car accident I had to have my leg amputated.

Adopt Three-legged MinPin Xena

Now I am a Tripawd, and proud of it. I can run as fast as ever (just not as long as I used to)! I had a hard life before C.P.P. took me in. It frightens me when people shout at me or raise their hand to me. But I forget easily and can’t wait to snuggle up as close as I can to my family members. I like dogs that are about my size and cats are ok too. I weigh about 10 lbs and am a Miniature Pinscher mixed with something else…perhaps a dachshund.

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Being a tripawd makes me a little less perfect than the other pups needing homes, but I promise to love you unconditionally furever.”

Help find Xena a forever family.

Follow her Tripawds Blog, and contact:

Charlyne’s Pound Puppies
http://poundpups.org/
Call (512) 832-4101
For more information or email: info@poundpups.org

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How to Get Featured on Tripawd Tuesday

Each Tuesday, Tripawds from around the world can enter for a chance to be “Tripawd of the Week.” Just share your Tripawd’s story and you’re entered to win! On every Tuesday of the week, tell us about your three-legged hero here in the Tripawds Discussion Forums or on the Tripawds Facebook page. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. In a few short sentences, describe your three-legged hero’s story.
  2. Include a photo or video.
  3. Include a link to your Trpawds Facebook page, Forum topic and/or Tripawds blog (if applicable)

All entries must be received by Saturday at 11:59 pm. One Tripawd story will be selected at random to be featured the following Tuesday.

Is your dog or cat a Tripawd hero?
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