TRIPAWDS: Home to 23102 Members and 2159 Blogs.
HOME » NEWS » BLOGS » FORUMS » CHAT » YOUR PRIVACY » RANDOM BLOG

Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat

Tripawds is your home to learn how to care for a three legged dog or cat, with answers about dog leg amputation, and cat amputation recovery from many years of member experiences.

JUMP TO FORUMS

Join The Tripawds Community

Learn how to help three legged dogs and cats in the forums below. Browse and search as a guest or register for free and get full member benefits:

Instant post approval.

Private messages to members.

Subscribe to favorite topics.

Live Chat and much more!

Please consider registering
Guest
Search
Forum Scope


Match



Forum Options



Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters
Register Lost password?
sp_Feed sp_PrintTopic sp_TopicIcon-c
SEVEN MONTHS FOR CAP'N JACK!!!!
sp_NewTopic Add Topic
Kirkland, WA
Member Since:
2 June 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
16
3 January 2010 - 10:16 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost

Thanks for starting the post, Tazzie!!  I had to work, but we went for a long walk when I got home, complete with racing back and forth across the lawn at the chiropractor's office down the road (when they're closed, we like to take advantage or their huge grassy backyard.  For the record, I lost every time.).  Jack is now sleeping soundly on my bed behind me, probably dreaming of tripawds in angel wings dancing in clouds, looking down on all the people.  That sounds pretty fun, huh?!?  Now, if only I could make him stop snoring.........

<3 Laura and Sleepy Jack

krun15
17
4 January 2010 - 11:16 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost

Way to go Jack!!!

The pug girls think snoring is a sign of intellegence, at least I hope it is cause they do it A LOT  Laugh

Karen and the pug girls

Winnipeg
Member Since:
13 July 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
18
4 January 2010 - 11:58 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost

My pleasure, Jackers! Didn't want to lose you to the Dark Side (the blogs) Winker

Now Karen, I would be more worried about a pug that did not snore.

krun15
19
4 January 2010 - 2:13 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost

Susan,

Well you are pretty much right on snoring and pugs.  I guess after so many years with the girls I guess its a matter of decible level.

I rate the snoring:

If the girls aren't snoring that means that it doesn't wake me up or keep me from going to sleep.

If they are snoring quietly that means it doesn't wake me up, but I can't go to sleep.

If they are snoring loudly then I am up and they are getting 'repositioned' to quiet them down.

Luckily neither of my girls snore like the pug one of my uncles used to have.  His name was Bert and he lived in Montana. At one time in his life he was morbidly obese (the words of the vet).  Not only did he have to sleep in a different room, but on a different floor of the house from the bedrooms!!!

Karen

Las Vegas, Nevada
Member Since:
14 August 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
20
4 January 2010 - 2:24 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost

Keep up the good work, Cap'n Jack!

Her Retired AvatarComet - 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.

Forum Timezone: America/Denver
Most Users Ever Online: 946
Currently Online: admin, benny55
Guest(s) 140
Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)
Member Stats:
Guest Posters: 1272
Members: 17856
Moderators: 6
Admins: 3
Forum Stats:
Groups: 4
Forums: 24
Topics: 18640
Posts: 257122
Administrators: admin, jerry, Tripawds
Tripawds is brought to you by Tripawds.
HOME » NEWS » BLOGS » FORUMS » CHAT » YOUR PRIVACY » RANDOM BLOG