Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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8 December 2009
BIG BIG BIG kudo's to these very helpful and informative video interviews you do from CARE! I LOVE them! And the great part is most of the rehab exercises can be done right in our own homes by us! 🙂 Such an important part to living with a Tripawd is keeping their core strong.
Tracy, Maggie's Mom
Maggie was amputated for soft tissue sarcoma 10-20-09
Maggie lost her battle with kidney disease on 8-24-13
Thanks for the great feedback! Forgot to mention…
To date, the following videos from this playlist have been posted along with more details in the Tripawds News blog. We will update this topic whenever we post future interviews. Stay tuned!
All posts about our visits to Cal Animal Rehab can be found under the tag CARE (tripawds.com/tag/care).
In case you missed it, Jerry posted more details about the latest video with Lobo:
And we finally uploaded the two final videos from our last CARE visit to the playlist. Scroll through the list and look for Rear Leg Tripawd Lucy, posts with more detail coming soon to the Tripawds News blog.
Jerry just posted detailed notes about the video interview with rear-leg Tripawd Lucy:
Free three legged dog rehabilitation exercise tips and demonstration video with rear-leg Tripawd Lucy at California Animal Rehabilitation in Los Angeles.