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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 hosting more than 1,000 three legged dog and cat blogs, discussion forums, live chat, videos, photo galleries, podcasts and e-books, product reviews, assistance programs and more! With so much helpful information, it is sometimes overwhelming for new members to navigate the many helpful resources.

That’s why we created the Tripawds Start Page, with details and helpful links for getting the most help and support from the Tripawds network. Still, when some new members find us in a state of panic or frustration, information overload can easily occur. We get that.

If that’s you, take just seven minutes to watch this overview video for quick tips to easily navigate Tripawds and find the best help and support from others.

In this short video tutorial, you will learn how to:

  • Find your way around the Tripawds network.
  • Search for answers in the discussion forums.
  • Start a new forum topic and reply to others.
  • Chat live with Tripawds members.
  • Read recommended product reviews.
  • Learn about assistance programs
  • And more!

Just seven minutes can save you time spent trying to figure out where to turn for the best help! Still confused? Call the toll-free Tripawds Helpline anytime.

Looking for fast answers? Use the “START5” coupon code in the video to immediately download the Tripawds Library for lots of helpful tips and solutions to common canine amputation recovery and care concerns.

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2 thoughts on “How to Navigate the Tripawds Community”

  1. Last week and today confirmed our 9 year old Captain golden retriever has cancer in left Rert leg. We after visiting many vets are taking him to University of Florida where they have a new vaccine to treat goldens taking leg next week just wondering what’s the best harness? This program is only a few months old but excellent facility and they monitor treat and do everything there. His leg has to come off however he’s in early stages so we are praying vaccine will give quality of life and all goes well


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