Prepare to be inspired as a member of the Tripawds community! Sign up today and join our Tripawds three legged dogs and cats blogs to share the story of your amputee hero. It’s simple. It’s fast. And best of all, it’s free!
The Tripawds Community Inspires!
Register as member now and create your blog at the same time.
If you are already a Tripawds member, simply make sure you are logged in and add a blog to your account.
Your blog will appear online at yourblogname.tripawds.com. Then it will automatically become part of our growing network of more than 1,500 Tripawds Three Legged Dog and Cat Blogs.
Why Make a Tripawds Blog?
As part of the world’s best amputee pets community, you can start a Tripawds Blog! It’s so much better than a Facebook or Instagram page. We offer THE best way to share your pet’s story forever. New members can search and easily find it, and your pet’s story will give hope and inspawration to others who are scared and looking for help.
Create your free Tripawds community account to receive an email with log-in details. Then:
- Chronicle your pet’s journey and pour out your emotions in a blog.
- Upload photos on your blog or in our Discussion Forums
- Add multiple users to your blog so the whole family can participate.
- Visit the Tripawds technical support discussion forum, and watch our tutorial videos for help getting started
- Upgrade to a Premium account for personal assistance from our own Admin Guy
We will never share your personal information and basic accounts are absolutely Free!
Make your blog better. Become a Tripawds Supporter!
- Free Tripawds three legged dog and cat blog accounts include 25 MB of space for uploading photos. Free blogs display ads to help support the Tripawds community. But for more space and no ads, become a Tripawds Supporter and take advantage of various enhanced account features.
- Upgrade to a Supporter Blog and ads will immediately be removed!
- Supporters can also disable ads on our other Tripawds Blogs. Visit the Supporter tab in your blog dashboard for details about your account.
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|Enhanced Spam Protection
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|Simple Contact Form Creation|
|Enhanced Video Embedding|
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Explore the World’s Best Support Community for Three Legged Dogs and Cats!
You will also find plenty of three legged dog and cat videos and lots of photo galleries that prove “it’s better to hop on three legs than to limp on four.”™ The Tripawds Live Chat is always open for members, so drop in and see who might be online!
Spend some time in the Tripawd Discussion forums. Browse the topics and search for specific concerns. Or start a new topic to receive help and advice from Tripawds members.
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About the Tripawds Foundation
Tripawds is a user supported community, made possible only with your help!
The Tripawds Foundation is a 501c3 not for profit organization established to help maintain the infrastructure for the numerous public benefit resources available at tripawds.com. The Foundation’s current projects help amputee pets and their people in as many ways as possible.
PLEASE NOTE: As of November 2014, the Tripawds Foundation 501c3 public charity accepts charitable contributions. If you would like to donate your Tripawds Supporter Blog payments to the Foundation for a tax deduction, start a new recurring contribution here and we will manually upgrade your site. Existing Tripawds Supporter bloggers, please feel free to cancel your current subscription before starting new contributions to Tripawds Foundation.
Our free amputee pets blogs, forums and live chat are made possible by the Tripawds Foundation.
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Meet our Chief Fun Officer, Jerry G. Dawg
Hi, I am Jerry G. Dawg, and in 2006, when I was eight years old, I was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer. Doctors amputated my leg in order to give me more quality time. My parents, Jim and René, were emotionally devastated. They didn’t know anything about canine cancer, amputation surgery or tripod dogs, so they started blogging and making movies about my life as a way to cope.
Doctors only gave me four months to live. But I didn’t care, because time means nothing to us dogs. Living for the moment is all that matters, so I decided to show my people how to Be More Dog.
In June, 2007, we hit the road to travel North America in our RV. Mom and Dad drove me 30,000+ miles, inspiring people from California to Maine to Florida, by showing them how awesome three legged dogs can be. Together, we spread the word that “It’s better to hop on three legs than limp on four!”™
My people and I had an incredible ride together, until October 3, 2008, when I earned my angel wings under beautiful Montana skies — almost two years past my diagnosis. Although I no longer hop on this earth, my spirit lives on forever through this website and discussion forums for three legged pets and their people.
In 2009, PBS first aired the Nature episode, Why We Love Cats and Dogs. This show depicts the bonds people develop with their animals. It featured my travels with my people—Jim Nelson and René Agredano who founded this site after my cancer diagnosis to help others cope with the difficult decisions they faced.
Now, you can help carry on the inspawrational legacy of courageous Tripawds past and present, by sharing the amazing story of your own three legged hero. Sign up for your own blog and get started today!
Who are Jim and Rene?
Jerry was the Chief Fun Officer of Agreda Communications, the marketing firm founded by Jim Nelson and René Agredano. He was the original inspiration behind Tripawds, and the primary reason they sold everything they owned in 2007 to travel the country together with him in an RV, as featured in Nature: Why We Love Cats and Dogs.