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Wyatt Ray
Spokesdawg & Lead Regulator

Betaman
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Tripawds Nemesis & Tour Guide

Tripawds E-books Library Fast Dog Amputation Help

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Name: Mo Betaman
Website: http://tripawds.com
Bio: I will always miss Jerry. Readers may notice I write in the plural "We" since he is always at my side in Spirit when moderating these blogs and forums. Learn more about Jerry and how Tripawds came to be at http://tripawds.com/2010/05/11/jerrys-story-how-tripawds-came-to-be/

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Tripawds Is A Global Community!
With more and more members joining from all over the world, Tripawds is making it easier for anyone to access helpful pet amputation resources, assistance programs, and support from others who understand – regardless of their native language. More)
How to Navigate the Tripawds Community
For more than ten years, the Tripawds community has compiled numerous resources to help those faced with amputation for their beloved cats and dogs. What started with Jerry's Blog has grown into a network (More)
Try These Simple Starter Exercises for Tripawds
Our Tripawds Spokesdawg Wyatt Ray has become quite the role model for three-legged dog fitness. But he didn't get there overnight. After his amputation it took months for him to rebuild strength. (More)
Texas A&M Vet Rehab Tips for Tripawd Dogs
Now that Tripawds Spokesdog Wyatt Ray is officially middle-aged, he gets regular wellness exams. Recently we checked into at the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Te (More)
Tripawds Videos to Help Inform Vets, And Pet Parents
Did you see the new Tripawds Foundation video? :-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFqw4jU2Dig We will be looping this cute 30 second clip along with the video below and oth (More)


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Best wishes for Bailey! Please be sure to include a title for all your posts. Without a title there is no text and no link appearing when your post is shared via the Recent Posts widgets throughout the Tripawds community. We have corrected this post for you. (More)
Best wishes for your pup! Please point us to any information you feel may be contradictory. Confinement and moderated actic=vity are definitely key to a quick complete recovery. Then, focus on rehab exercises and conditioning before slowly work up to longer walks. FYI: Walks do not build strength, only stamina. Consider downloading Loving Life on T (More)
Hannah, if you do not hear back in these comments, you will find much more help and feedback in the discussion forums or by searching the member blogs. Start here for help finding the many Tripawds Resources an assistance programs. (More)
Best wishes for Trevor! Start here for help finding many more Tripawds resources and assistance programs. (More)
Welcome! Please start here for help finding the many Tripawds resources and assistance programs. (More)


3 Responses to “Ouch.”

  1. Such a GREAT story of hope!! Beautiful Nikki, keep on keeping on sweet girl! We love inspirational stories like yours!!!

    Lots of love!
    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

  2. There’s a lot of what seems like very helpful advice but this seems to conflict with what I’ve read elsewhere, including on this website: initially your dog’s activity should be very limited. We’re day two after surgery and I hope I’m doing right by my girl by limiting her movement. If she was left to her own devices she would be doing everything she usually does. It’s tough limiting her but I suspect the right thing because the little she’s done (she’s fast and sneaky) seems to have caused her skin to become saggy. I think ultimately it will be fine but it’s not the ideal recovery.

    • Best wishes for your pup! Please point us to any information you feel may be contradictory. Confinement and moderated actic=vity are definitely key to a quick complete recovery. Then, focus on rehab exercises and conditioning before slowly work up to longer walks. FYI: Walks do not build strength, only stamina. Consider downloading Loving Life on Three legs, or better yet – consult with a certified canine rehab therapist for a professional evaluation and specific exercises to help your dog (once completely healed). Visit a CCRT or CCRP and the Tripawds Foundation can even pay for your first visit! Start here for help finding the many Tripawds Resources an assistance programs.

  3. Sameer, my buddy Gregor and I are in the same predicament. Did you ever get a second opinion or find out?

    • Hannah, if you do not hear back in these comments, you will find much more help and feedback in the discussion forums or by searching the member blogs. Start here for help finding the many Tripawds Resources an assistance programs.

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