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Day 24 is EXCELLENT PROGRESS!!! Day 25 is Par for the course! You know how life goes Clare for every 10 steps forward there are usually a couple of steps back! Meg is showing such incredible confidence and is showing you totally how it is done Meg-a-Style!! I also hope that she didn’t hurt either herself or her pride and you can both try again tomorrow!! 

“Chin Up Buttercup”, “Keep Calm, Then Carry On” and “Don’t Let The Bastards Grind you Down”! 

Love and hugs coming your way girls!

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Just a quick thought..   it wouldn’t  surprise me at all to find out the gumble was due to something  on the path….or something  making the wheels stop, this the tumble.

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Clare! I have not been following this thread but after seeing your latest video I went back to the beginning and all I can say is you have done PHENOMENAL WORK (sorry, but I felt that phrase needed some Sally all-caps emphasis!). LOVED that turn in slo mo! That alone shows she is adapting well! I am so sorry she had the spill today but honestly? accidents can happen, in or out of the chair. We have all had our tripawds tank on more than one occasion. And it seems you’ve been using it long enough that if there was general tweakage happening you would have been able to tell by now. I am sure it was scary but as long as she is OK she has come so far you can’t quit now! 

I am so sorry it has been hard, with little to no guidance and I certainly get the worry about doing more harm than good. We got a rear wheelchair for Austin but he does not walk in a straight line because of the arthritis in both his elbows and it honestly did seem to be making things worse for him rather than better. So we are saving the chair for Travis 🙂 

Just as an aside–what camera are you using for the videos? They are beautiful!

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((((Clare, Meg, and Angel Pie))))

I’ve been in here three or four times then hit the close because finding words for you is so hard.

Huck had a few face plants. I’m sure Meg A Star has had a couple. I think all of our furbabies tasted dirt a few times. Did you every lose your balance when you learned how to ride a bike? Pull a wheelie and end up on your @ss? All learning experience and i guarantee you Meg is storing this data in her super brain.

If you lost a leg and never got a prosthetic because you were afraid you’d fall, then you’d never walk again. Does that make sense?!

I truly wish we could shorten the miles, especially in times like these because as much communication as we all keep long distance, there is nothing like a hug or holding a hand. Or even going out into the yard with you to celebrate the milestones that you two have totally ROCKED in person. 

I hated when my mother said this… But you have to get up, wipe your knees off, and keep moving forward. Have you ever thought about how much wonderful, healthy stimulation that Meg A Brain is getting and how she is totally loving this? Omd, the looks on her adorable face are just amazing! I swear she is smarter than people i know! Damn if she doesn’t totally rock the look of success after you two have a practice. 

I understand you’re afraid of her hurting herself, but she could do that doing anything. She thrives on stimulation and challenge, i think you do too winker

I have so much respect and admiration of the way you approach and handle things. The way you love and care for your pups. Please don’t give up, and please don’t feel like a failure. If you stay where you are right now you have won this battle. You have come so far, please give yourself the grace to be proud of your amazing accomplishments. You have so much to be proud of. Wish i could give you a real hug but a cyber hug will have to do 🤗🤗🤗🤗

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Kerren, Michelle, Sally, Petra, Martha, Jackie,

Thank you So much for your enormously kind, thoughtful, empathetic and encouraging responses.

I’m sorry to have posted such a downbeat update. I actually posted it, then deleted it, then reposted it. Deleting because I am aware that so many people in this community are dealing with far greater issues and doing so with a great deal more positivity too. It seems selfish to crap on about our petty frustrations. I reposted because, after some thought, I decided that if I am going to keep a sort of diary of our ‘journey’ with the wheels, then I needed to include all the ups and downs, so the next person will be able to see an honest account of our experience, and if this down is followed by an up, then that may in turn give them the boost they need to keep going.

You all make so many good points. Meg has indeed face planted several times, once she went face first into the mud. She was never much fazed, and I was never much fazed. This is slightly different because of the wheels, in that she did a full head-first somersault, landing upside down on her back, with the wheels on top of her. I obviously picked her up immediately and set her back on her feet and she did seem okay. Slightly surprised perhaps, but okay. I made sure to keep her in the wheels for a few more minutes, and give her plenty of liver cake, so the tumble wasn’t what we finished on.

I think what I’m struggling with is that Meg has just been through so, so much. She’s had so much intervention (from the age of three, she’s now nearly ten), months in bandages, one whole month with an external frame going through her leg, and all the rest, all the operations, all the sheer hell of it. Then with her amputation, she got her life back, and ever since, has been able to be so wild and free and doing all the things she loves to do, and now with this wretched contraption, she is trussed up all over again. But of course there’s a reason for the wheels and they are supposed to help and enable her. I am doing this FOR her, not TO her, as you say. And all the above is MY stuff, not hers, and I do realise that, but unfortunately it’s still there.

Were I confident the wheels were correctly adjusted, and that I was working with her in the right way, then I would feel much better. I’ve been stalking fellow front wheel drivers, as I call them, via Instagram and Facebook, and have made contact with two, who have tripods with front wheels, who were fitted in person at Eddies Wheels. One woman, who lives in Long Island, and whose dog was fitted for wheels just in March, was a total poppet. She actually went out and filmed her dog then sent me the video, so I could see her walking from various angles, and she sent me a video of her the first day, so I could see how the gait had changed. Her dog, Penny, was kind of hopping at the start, as Meg was, but her gait evened out after about a month or so, and then she took about another month to learn how to turn corners. 

Meg has the corner business down, and I think her gait is smoothing out, but I’m worried about her not using her front leg and the way she seems to have to sort of reach for the ground. It just doesn’t look right to me, and I don’t see how they can be adjusted right, but it’s hard to know where to turn.

My Grandfather used to respond to life’s adversities by quoting Churchill. ‘Keep buggering on’, which he shortened to K.B.O., and this is what we shall endeavour to do.

Much love to you all, and big hugs all round. I can’t tell you how much we appreciate our Tripawds family.

Meg, Clare and Angel Pie heartheartheart

PS, Martha, thanks 😊 The videos are all shot on an iPhone 6, and then processed in iMovie. My photos are often shot with a Panasonic Lumix GM1, but not actually most of the ones on this thread, which are also shot with my iPhone heart

PPS Video of the clog dancing, Kerren, please heart

PPPS You are just the loveliest people EVER 

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CLARE!!! So glad you trusted your inner voice and posted!!  This is such an important  thread you and Meg have started.  As you already know, there is virtually  no information out there providing  the time of guidance and hands on training that you are experiencing.

As you noted, it’s  also just as important  to share the emotional  ups and downs to,let others know the reality of this…er…adventure.   Geez, just the way you described the tumble that flipped her all the way over on her back had to scare the socks off you!  Now others will kmow that, if that happens, it’s  just part of the process and to get back in the saddle again.

Now….here’s  the fun part of your post.  It’s  a quiz.  When I posted about Myrtle losing her sight and about the challenges  of Frankie recovering  from cruciate surgery  and his ongoing issues with that leg, I also felt badly even bringing  it up because  the other challenges  here were far greater.   And no, speaking  for myself, I DEFINITELY  have “less pawsitivty moments” sometimes.  I  can throw a great pity pawty inviting just myself and eating enough junk food for a dozen people!😂

The Quiz Question: You remember  that, don’t  you?  And surely you remember  the backlash I got for even thinking  such a thing!  I was told by YOU and all the others that ALL issues matter when we are family!  Challenges have many different looks, but they all can cause stress and fear within us.   And, as you know, we all care deeply  about  each other  and we all want to help  each other.  And besides, often times we get insight  and tips that we jad not thought about.  

You and Meg and Elsie Pie have given to each of us in soooo many ways!  You have helped make this site a place of empowerment,  a place of higher learning,  a place of love and a place of laughter and fun!!

If  we can evvvvver give back to you in some small way, it would thrill us more than words can say!!

I’m  REALLY glad you made a connection with that great POPPET!  I hope it reassures  you how ahead of the curve you and Meg really  are!

I could never accomplish  what you and Meg have!  And yes, I can certainly understand  how badly you feel about putting Meg in another contraption.   And yes, that is Clare’s sruff and not Megs.  The thing is, this is just for very short periods.    She’s  also getting  liver cake!  She’s  still able to swim and to chase rabbits!  In Meg’s world, this is just a “vehicle” to get liver cake.

Not sure how we could love you three even more, but we do❤❤❤

Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

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I am smiling, actually at you AND Sally Both of you (along with a bunch of others) contribute so much to this community.

Just because our “issues” may not be one of our furbabies laying in the intensive care unit ( thank god!) it does not make them any less important. I learned that with Huck, I am also living it with Mitchell right now. Our furbabies are part of our souls.. we have that special of a bond. When they hurt, we hurt.. maybe even moreso than when our human companions and even for some of us, human family members have things going on. We all have a bond, and everyone’s wellbeing be it physical or emotional is so very important. I believe it is part of what keeps us coming back, and I for one am glad that the issues that are workable, even if they are frustrating. Some in here.. no names needed.. have endured avalanches of poopicon_pngpoopicon_pngyet they are still here to selflessly give advice with a smile, and a shoulder to lean on.. just amazing.

I am glad that you did not give up Clare. And it agree that if you have come this far in your documentation that it needs to include everything. If you make it all look like peaches and cream then the person that needs this help will feel like they have done something wrong because it is NOT all peaches and cream. And with all of my heart I know there will be more awesome chapters to follow
Wouldn’t this be such a nice time for an ice cream pawty?!?!!

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HAHA!  Good job Jackie!! Loooove that pic!!!  And well said!❤

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The MegaWheels Week 5

So after somersault-gate, detailed above, we  recruited the assistance of a certain Californian Rehab specialist (thanks Rene!), none other than Dr Kramer herself, interviewed talking about wheelchairs here for the Tripawds Gear blog . Dr Kramer’s patient and thorough assistance has proved invaluable. She immediately spotted that the yoke was too far back, and had me move it forward. I also lowered the frame substantially, sending her videos and photos with each alteration, until it wound up a good inch and a half lower than it had been before. If you think, Meg is only around 15 inches tall (floor to top of shoulder), this is a very substantial difference. The aim was to stop her coasting, i.e. walking with just her back legs, with her foreleg held out in front. Dr Kramer also had me leave a trail of liver cake on the ground, so Meg walked along bending down to pick it up, and she said to ensure that I always give her treats either on a level or lower, as giving them any higher encourages the dog to raise their leg (just as they do when limping).

Dr Kramer said that it can take Tripawds a considerable time to ‘get the hop out’, as she put it, changing their gait to walk smoothly in the cart. She was quite surprised, I think, at how well Meg was doing in this regard. Meg is also really very good at turning and has also managed to back out of awkward places, if a wheel gets caught on the gatepost, for example – though this does require me to tough it out and fail to ‘notice’ she wants my help… She is now putting the front paw down a lot of the time, though she will still coast given half a chance, and certainly if allowed to work up any speed. I think it’s just a question of continuing to practise, and hopefully, in time…

This morning, Meg discovered an entirely new function for the wheels, as a portable drilling rig, enabling her to drill down for moles in the garden. whatever

Meg, Mutt, aged around 9, adopted 31/12/2009. Sudden explosive right elbow fracture 06/12 (caused by IOHC), diagnosed with End Stage Arthritis 03/15, Total Elbow Replacement 08/15, problems with healing leading to skin graft & skin flap surgery, Chronic Infection leading to implant breakdown. Became a Tripawd 9th March 2016. 
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How great is that?!?!?!?!  I’m so glad you (Rene) found such a qualified person to help. 

Meg is such a smarty bloomer, of course she is finding new uses for the wheels.  You could put a thought bubble over her head in the video: “digging used to be much harder!”

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HAHAHA😁  Karen! LOL  Love the thought bubble you gave Meg!😂

I’m  soooo glad the Rehab Vet has been such an invaluable suport for you and so informative. I hope you let Eddie’s Wheels know the distinctions that she’s  observed and the corrective  solutions.  And I say that constructively for Eddie’s information.  They need to be able to spot what the Rehab Vet saw as an issue and how to fix it.

Keep on buggering on!😎

Your tenacity and commitment  to do whatever  it takes to get this “right” is, quite frankky, awe inspiring 😊😊❤

Of course, Meg and her go -with -the- flow- attitude helps a lot!

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Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

PS. Just curious.   How much of her day generally is spent in her cart?  

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Wow!  Those moles are in real trouble now!  😀

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Portable drilling rig.. OMD I almost fell off my chair here 😂🤣😅  I just love the way your ideas flow.. and your commitment to getting this “correct” is really amazing. I am so glad you kept pushing on until you got an answer. I agree with Sally… and I see more dollar signs coming in with your instructional video 🤑🤑

Looks like one beautiful English garden in particular will be mole free here shortly way-cool

Way to go you two!!  This must be making you breathe a lot lighter now. And Meg… well I think she is enjoying the whole thing.. wheelies and all heartheartheart

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WHEEEE! big-grin Just catching up and am THRILLED things are going so well! I was hoping you and Dr. K had been chatting, this is so cool! How neat to think you were able to work with her halfway ’round the world. And look at Meg now, that digging says it all. She’s not throwing her head up in the air and bucking like a horse the way all front leg Tripawds do (adorable, but not good for their neck muscles). She’s smoothly drilling down and there’s no visible stress on her neck that I can see. What a great video, thank you so much for sharing.

We hope things continue going well, keep us updated and BRAVO for sticking this out and going the extra mile for her. YAY!

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Thanks everyone for continuing to follow Meg and Momma’s rollercoaster wheels adventure…. It truly is two steps forward one step back, or three steps forward two steps back, or four steps forward three steps back, or whatever, you get my drift…. Since my last post, Meg has been extremely reluctant to go in the cart at all •sighs• and when I have managed to coax her in, has been coasting much of the time. I haven’t changed anything to do with either the wheels or the liver cake recipe, so I think the explanation lies buried somewhere deep in the MegaBrain.  (If you know of a Californian dog shrink who does Skype, Rene, please can you let me know?) Seriously, I’m not sure what is going on, or how best to respond. I don’t want to turn her against the wheels, so my instinct is to give her a break, but I really don’t know if that’s the right thing to do. I have emailed Dr K, and am waiting to hear what she thinks. It has been unreally hot here (does happen occasionally…), with temperatures in the 80s/90s for several weeks now. I’m sure it’s hotter where many of you are, but this is very unusual for the UK, and neither Meg nor I are accustomed. We obviously don’t do the wheels in the heat, but that really means it needs to be early morning, as by 8am or so, the heat is building.

Anyway, we shall do our best to KBO.

Karen, ditto Sally. I love the thought bubble. Yes, that’s exactly what she’s thinking.

Sally, in answer to your question. We literally spend ten, maximum say twenty minutes a day practising with the cart. She doesn’t spend any other time in it, but just hops around as usual. (She spied a mole and rolled off and  started digging in the middle of what was supposed to be her practice session) The plan is just to use it on one of her two walks a day, but not around the house and garden etc., of course that could change should the condition of her remaining front leg worsen in the future. She can’t lie down in the cart though. She can obviously sit, but she can’t lie down, so I wouldn’t want her in it for an extended period of time. Her go with the flow attitude, is a bit off and on to be honest. She will go with the flow so long as the flow is going in a direction she approves of, lol. Otherwise, she is as stubborn as a rock, and the water just has to flow around it. (I do miss Pie’s ULTRA obliging nature). Meg is a tremendously confident dog, though. I mean literally NOTHING phases her, and though this has had me tearing my hair out at times, there’s no question it’s a help when introducing her to new things like her stroller and the wheels. Or a giant yellow peanut, for that matter…

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Christine, yup, those moles are shovelling soil as fast as their flippered feet can fling it.

Jackie, thank you. Though, as you can see, the ‘beautiful English garden’ is looking decidedly parched at the moment, what it needs is some good English rain… She’s never actually caught a mole, thank heavens, though if they’ve any sense they’ll burrow off elsewhere (see above).

Rene, thank you, and thanks again for putting me in touch with Dr K. I agree, Meg’s digging motion is really smooth, and she looks really comfortable in the cart. So why she has suddenly taken against it, Dog only knows. Hopefully, that will pass….

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