Tripawds Is Your Three Legged Dog and Cat Amputation Recovery Support Community
Every day, passionate pet parents are devastated by the news of a limb cancer diagnosis or amputation for their furry friends. Desperately seeking advice and support, they find fast answers to common concerns with help from the Tripawds community.
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Tripawds is the largest support community for amputee pets and their people. Got questions? Get the answers and help you need for your three legged dog or cat.
Join the discussion. Share your story to help others. And get the best tips for amputation and limb cancer care for pets.
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Don’t just take our word for it. Leading veterinarians and 20,000+ members recommend Tripawds community resources and support when coping with amputation recovery and care for three-legged dogs and cats. Learn more about Tripawds and check our media resources for more information and accolades.
Tripawds is a great community of three-legged pet owners. It’s really a great resource where owners can share their experiences…
Dr. Sue Cancer Vet
If you and your dog are facing an amputation…you need to join Tripawds, the community website for three legged dogs and cats.
THE DOG CANCER BLOG
Tripawds has a very important role to play – to educate people about amputation, to discuss options, to help patients with amputations…
DR. DENIS MARCELLIN-LITTLE
Tripawds is a place for people with three-legged pets – a community, a forum, advice about gear, nutrition – everything’s there. I think it’s phenomenal, a great resource.
MICHAEL “DR. T” TOKIWA