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Catch Tripawds this week at Western Vet Conference #WVC2017

Tripawds Nation, get ready for your close up at the 2017 Western Veterinary Conference! This week over 14,000 attendees are discovering the magic of our amazing three-legged heroes and their people at the Manadalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas

Look Out, Here Comes The Tripawds Nation #WVC2017 

Exhibiting at veterinary conferences is one of our most effective ways to get the word out to our vet friends. Because when a vet drops the amputation bombshell to a stunned pet parent, they can lessen the blow right then and there by pointing them to you, Tripawds nation. From the support in our Discussion Forums, to the Tripawds Chat Room to our photo gallery and beyond, a pet parent can leave a clinic and get support they need to make an educated decision about amputation. 

Tripawds #WVC2017
The Western Vet Conference: Our Biggest Audience Yet!

Thanks to generous Tripawds Foundation donors and with extra support from Tripawd Homer’s humans, the Shack Family, we have a spiffy exhibit that shows off Tripawd cats and dogs loving life on three legs. With special low-pricing on exhibit space for non-profits, we’re sharing the news about Tripawds Foundations programs like our new Tripawds ASAP veterinary financial aid fund.

Tripawds Spokesdog Wyatt Ray is also an irresistible lure for visiting vets in need of a fur fix when they visit our booth. As a bonus, he can show off the benefits of rehab therapy to general practice veterinarians. And since Tripawds Headquarters is in the RV where we live all year, there’s no need for us to get a hotel room. It’s a win-win for everypawdy!

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“Hey Doc, check out what I can do!”

Watch Tripawds News all week long as we share quick pointers and tidbits from our biggest event yet. We’re also attending several educational sessions about pet cancer, pain management and orthopedic breakthroughs. When the conference is over, you’ll get the latest news in the vet community that can help your Tripawd live a long, healthy and hoppy life!

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4 thoughts on “Catch Tripawds this week at Western Vet Conference #WVC2017”

  1. Soooo exciting! And Wyatt is a nagnet whonwill bring everyone to our booth!! No one could resist Wyatt!! 🙂

    A d yes, if once Vets drop the bombshell diagnosis they could IMMEDIATELY tell them about Tripawds for hope, support and first hand insight, that woukd be INVALUABLE!!!! No one should have to go through this journey alone!
    A d the other advantage for Vets? By sending their clients to us, that will eliminate a lot of phone calls to them! OBVIOUSLY we aren’t Vets and aren’t giving medical advice, but we can certainly answer a lot of questions abput what to expect during recovery, etc

    Thanks for all the time and effort you are doing to spread the word at the conference…And everywhere!!


    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!
    PS. Great question Paula!

  2. Could you find out if there is any info/talk in the veterinary community about CBD oil for animal use? I’m investigating it for arthritis/anti-inflammatory purposes. Thanks
    Paula and nitro
    P.S. Products and doses would be helpful

    • Paula, we did hear a leading vet pain management specialist discuss the “possible” benefits of cannibinoids for controlling pain. However, he says there’s still not enough hard evidence out there to convince the vet community it’s beneficial. He also mentioned that he has been trying to contact one very well known CBD company for pets, to talk to about their claims. Unfortunately the company is ignoring his requests for info.


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