Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
Tripawds is the place 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.
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Find out in Be More Dog: Learning to Live in the Now by Tripawds founders Rene and Jim. Learn life lessons learned from their Chief Fun Officer Jerry G. Dawg! Get the book and find fun gifts in the Be More Dog Bookstore.
[Image Can Not Be Found] We have now officially reached 25% of our fundraising goal for the 2010 Tripawds Community Campaign – thanks to Fortis' dad!
If you benefit from the information and support found in the Tripawds blogs and discussion forums. Please consider helping other members keep up the pace so we can call this campaign quits. Contributions are safe simple and secure using the ChipIn widget above and every little bit helps. Thank you.
He gets a smartypants video (or is it 2?) !!!
For a $50 contribution - 1 video. Looks like he gave $100 (2 videos). Or maybe he wants socks?
Gayle and Holly are all knitted out! No more socks and mittens are available. And for your sanity, we suggest one movie per contribution of $50 (or more) ... but that's up to you. Thanks again!
It's been a few days since we've received any campaign contributions so we wanted to send out a special dedicated thank you to Spirit Cherry's pack. It was Bob and Emily's very generous contribution which gave the ChipIn widget above its recent bump.
If you have ever felt grateful for the advice or support provided in these forums, please consider helping us end this campaign ahead of schedule with a safe secure PayPal contibution using the widget above. Or, take the Tasha Challenge for an easy way to give a bit more.
Admin wrote (sarcastically, I might add)
And for your sanity, we suggest one movie per contribution of $50 (or more) … but that's up to you. Thanks again!
Hey Buster, there's a lot of pics of you floating out there! Don't tempt Smartypants Productions with sassy remarks!
5 December 2009
The other places I posted probably won't be seen by many, so one more time :
I've pledged to donate $10 per tripawd attendee to the Madison-area tripawd pawty on July 10th. Another reason to come, midwesterners (and heck, everpawdy else who possibly can!). If you can't come, consider rolling the dice with me and making a pledge per tripawd as well. Who says fundraising can't be fun?! Or at least whimsical.
I'll be posting the total number of attendees (along with video and pics of the pawty) on Gerry's blog as soon as I can after.
Details about the pawty are here: http://tripawds.....rea-party/
Gerry has been a tripawd since 12/16/2009.
He was a shelter dog with a mysterious past and an irrepairable knee injury.
Videos and pics of Gerry's pawesomeness can be found at: http://gerry.tripawds.com
The Nor Cal crew is having our monthly Tripawd meet up on the same day in Mill Valley.
Since you sent Barney to us I feel compelled to follow your lead.
I will also donate $10 for each Tripawd and each Spirit Tripawd that shows up at our meet up.
Karen and the pug girls
(praying for rain )
Many thanks to those who answered our plea for help earlier today!
Jo Ann submitted the second installement for her Tasha's
Challenge Supporter Subscription.
"Thank you for the web site information. I appreciate your support and love of Tripawds."
Have you ever felt the same way?
Fortis' loving, dependable, and only babysitter Grandma Fay challenges all GrandTripawrents to donate .50/lb of their favorite Tripawds weight! Oh, she said why not just round up the Texas way while we are at it and if you own one of those adorable toys just use your own body weight.
Example: Dog A has a body weight of 62lb.
62 X .5 = 31 which when rounded up equals $50. And that qualifies you for a smartypants video!
Fortis' Grandma Fay
… if you own one of those adorable toys just use your own body weight.
Gotta love it… a Texas Roundup!
Many thanks to Granda Fay for her challenge, and recent generous contribution!
Many thanks to today's Tripawds Community Campaign Contributors!
Scott Neely purchased a Ruff Wear harness for his Golden Retriever Billy who underwent amputation last Tuesday to relieve the pain in his right front leg arising from osteosarcoma. He discovered the campaign and thanked us for maintaining this site with a thoughtful contribution.
Neil Riley is the Grandpaw of our favorite spirit tri-pug and gave very generously in honor of Maggie ...
"I want to thank you for your site. Your site helped karen and the rest of us through some very emotional times."