Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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23 May 2010
Daisy and I have been asked to have a booth at World Animal Day Minnesota on Sept. 25! According to its website:
|The World Animal Day Minnesota event is designed to give everyone who attends a deeper understanding of our animal world and a deeper appreciation and gratitude for all animals through:|
I could use your help with (a) what to write on the little blurb on the website that promotes my participation (http://worldani…..ldaymn.com) and (b) what type of literature, videos, promotional materials, etc., should I have in my booth that day?
Any and all ideas will be welcomed! Thank you.
Daisy, 12 years young, had left forelimb amp on 5/19/2010 due to osteosarcoma. She left her body behind and joined the other spirit tripawds on 7/16/2010.
So grateful for each day with her!
Lexi (Daisy's momma)
25 April 2007
… what type of literature, videos, promotional materials, etc.,
If you can set up a computer with Internet access, this website and Jerry’s video playlists would be wonderful educational tools to share at the event.
14 August 2009
Are you going to talk about cancer in dogs and why amputation is a good idea?
If you do, then gosh you have a wealth of info here that you can promote quality of a painfree life on 3 legs if having to deal with cancer.
I’d plagiarize stuff you can find here! Maybe you can get some tripawd.com promo material, too – like Jim said. Maybe even get a tripawd bandana to wear for both of you!? Maybe even print some pics of our tripawds and blow them up and make posters you can hang in your both.
I’m sure if you get in a pinch, we’ll all help to give you ideas! You know who is really good at this stuff – RENE!
Comet - 1999 to 2011
She departed us unexpectedly January 23, 2011 at the age of 12 1/2.
She was born with a deformed front leg and a tripawd all of her life.