8 May 2012
We live in England. I have a 8yr old brindle staffie called Molly, she had her front right leg amputated 12 days ago. She had been diagnosed with a canerous tumour in her right paw, which grew very quickly over around 3wks, this was a cancer that wouldn't spread. She had done really well and i am so proud of her, after 2 days she got up walkin and for the last 2 days has been running of field for around 10mins each day.
Deborah (Mollys Mummy) xx
25 April 2007
Welcome Deborah and Molly! You future forum posts will not require moderation.
14 August 2009
Welcome Molly and mum!
I'm so sorry to hear about Molly. But it sounds like she is doing fantastic!!! We love hearing good news! And we love seeing photos of new furry faces! Maybe you can post some pics?
By the way, what kind of cancer did Molly have?
She departed us unexpectedly January 23, 2011 at the age of 12 1/2.
She was born with a deformed front leg and a tripawd all of her life.
12 February 2010
welcome molly and mum!!!! glad you were able to kick that nasty cancer to the curb, sounds like molly's doing really well. we'd love to know more of her story, and of course we LOVE PICTURES!!!! looking forward to hearing of molly's recovery and 'new normal' as a tripawd warrior princess!!
charon & spirit gayle
18 October 2009
Welcome to Tripawds.
Glad to hear the Molly is getting around so well. Yes, we must see pictures!
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Karen and the pugapalooza
29 October 2010
Welcome Molly and Deborah, glad to hear Molly is doing so well. Our pups are so amazing with how they deal with adversity. She will amaze and inspired you!
It's an awesome thing to be a tripawd pawrent! Welcome to the club!
Jackie, Angel Abby's mom
16 September 2011
Welcome to you and Molly! Tripawds rule!!! Sending lots of positive thoughts and prayers to Molly!!!
Hugs and chocolate labby kisses,
Ellen & Charley
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