Learn the best tips on caring for animal amputees from Tripawd dad and New Zealand vet Dr. Alex Avery of OurPetsHealth.com
Three-legged dogs and cats are more susceptible to arthritis. Be prepared for when it happens to you hero, by following our tips to manage Tripawd arthritis.
When 10-year old Wyatt started slowing down, here’s what we did to manage the process of aging and the senior Tripawd dog.
In this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio, meet Dr. Julie Buzby, a veterinary chiropractor, acupuncturist and the inventor of Toe Grips, a no-slip product that helps with Tripawds traction to live longer, happier lives on three legs.
Learn all the best Tripawd pain management tips with our latest directory of articles about amputation recovery and life on three legs for amputee cats and dogs.
If your Tripawd is limping, that means pain. Learn the 10 ways dogs show pain and what you can do about it during #AnimalPainAwarenessMonth.
Cats are far superior to dogs when it comes to hiding that they hurt. That’s why we’re kicking off Animal Pain Awareness Month with a close up look at symptoms of pain in cats and what to do about it.
Does your Tripawd need surgery on a remaining leg? Download the Postamputation Orthopedic Surgery in Canine Amputees Study for a look at quality of life and owner satisfaction results.
Three-legged cats are the subject of Tripawds.com’s latest project, the Cool Tips for Tripawd Cats book about feline amputees.
Ready for the day we can prevent cancer with one inoculation? Scientists at three veterinary teaching hospitals are leading the way with the Vaccination Against Canine Cancer Study.