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Please drop by Horacia's new Tripawds Blog to give Hori the three legged Great Dane a warm welcome and see how wonderful he is doing just a couple weeks after his amputation.
Don't miss the new Tripawds Blog by Angel – the Super Poodle! Angel's story is one of an amazing comeback.
Please visit borzoiluvr23's new Tripawds Blog, New Tripawd - Lindi! Give kayla a warm welcome and find out how quickly Lindi has bounced back from amputation after multiple surgeries from an accident.
Up for a good laugh? Boinks and her people have a great sense of humor and have just started sharing the story of this Saint Bernard recovering from Osteosarcoma in the new Boinks blog. Drop by to discover how they got Boinks home after surgery and give them a warm Tripawds welcome!
7 August 2009
Be sure to check out Romeo's Story to learn about how this happy pup is now part of a nine-legged family.
A belated thanks for the welcome and shout-out. This website has been a lifesaver for us!
Romeo is now two weeks post surgery and doing great. He really seems to have some of his spark back. Romeo says,
"Now that my human sister went back to school , maybe my mom will finally have the time to post blog #2!" And we hope someday we can figure out how to make our blog fancy like Cairasue's.........
Also, a belated Welcome Wyatt! You remind me of my wild puppy days!
The folks at DogCancer.net Down Under have joined the Tripawds Community and started the 3Paws blog to share the stories of canine cancer survivors they have helped. Please drop by to give them a warm Tripawds welcome and let them know we'd love to hear more success stories and treatment details.
5 April 2009
I still haven't figured out how to set up a blog for Shelby.
Sorry for any confusion, we'll be officially announcing all this very soon with plenty of details, tips and instructions. In the mean time, you really can start blogging for Shelby in minutes ...
Assuming you are currently logged in, simply visit the Tripawds Blog Sign-Up page. If you are logged in, you should be recognized as an existing member of Jerry's main Tripawds blog. (If you are not logged in, log in and try again.) You will be given the option to "Get Another Blog" ... simply do so by selecting your desired blog domain (i.e. shelby.tripawds.com) and title. You will then receive an email at the address used to register here at Tripawds with a confirmation link for your new blog.
Another simple way to start is to simply type your desired blog domain into your browser and take it from there. Once your blog is created, you will have a sample post page and comment – all of which you can edit, or delete and start from scratch.
Be sure to preview your blog's default theme for simple instructions and links for uploading a blog avatar and setting other options. Our WordPress tutorial videos will also help you get started making the most of your blog. If you have any further questions, just ask in the tech support forum.
We sincerely apologize for not being more clear, but all in good time. The big announcement is coming soon. We've been fine-tuning things behind the scenes and wanted to give forum members a head start with their new Tripawds Blogs!
Please welcome new Tripawds member magicalmerlin by leaving a comment on the latest Tripawds Blog – Merlin's Three Legged Adventures.
New Tripawds member miragorri has just created the Shelby's World blog! Please drop by to welcome Shelby and her pack to the community.
Please welcome biffngab – that's Biff and Gabby – two new tripawds members sharing their story in the new Tripawds Blog: Our Tripawd Family.
And ... new Tripawds member jblack6490 asks "What should I expect?" in the My New Tripawd Dog blog all about Fritz. Why not drop by and provide some much needed advice? Thanks!
Check out Bull's Journal. Bull is a Rottweiller diagnosed with cancer last week and scheduled for amputation Thursday. His people are worried and could use some advice and support from the Tripawds Community.
We're not in Kansas anymore! Find out what I mean in the new Tripawds Blog ... And Toto, too – the story of one dog's good fight against canine bone cancer, and the wonderful people who saved him.
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