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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22 February 2013
Realky hope this gets this sweet dog a furever home.❤
Missed Wyatt today…..just sayin’
Happy Hannah had a glorious additional bonus time of over one yr & two months after amp for osteo! She made me laugh everyday! Joined April's Angels after send off meal of steak, ice cream, M&Ms & deer poop!
FYI: Today’s Tripawd Tuesday Live will feature a special guest!
Tune in for Live Q&A about:
– COVID-19 and Your Pets
– Visiting your vet while physical distancing
– How to keep your pet out of the vet clinic
Listen to Dr. Avery’s Call The Vet Podcast episode about COVID-19:
“COVID-19 and Your Pet: know the facts and be prepared”
Tuesday, January 31 2020
3:00 Eastern (12:00 Noon Pacific)
Get ready Tripawds Nation! Join us at 3pm Eastern / 12 noon TODAY on Facebook for Tripawd Tuesday LIVE!
We’ll talk, rehab, prosthetics , and much more…
Dr. Wendland is a Resident in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation at Colorado State University, a certified veterinary medical acupuncturist (CVA) and has training in canine rehabilitation and veterinary chiropractic therapy. She has special interests in veterinary orthotics and prosthetics , rehabilitation of canine athletes, pain management , gait analysis, and evidence based non-surgical and minimally invasive therapies for musculoskeletal and neurologic diseases.
On this Tripawd Talk Radio will chat with her about:
Prosthetics and Tripawds. Dr. Wendland, mom to Tripawd dog Eileen, is leading a clinical trial at Colorado State, “Evaluation of Partial Amputation in Dogs.” We’ll get an update on how that study is going.
Dr. Wendland will also share her top three tips for keeping pets strong after amputation surgery.
Got questions? Join in on the Facebook and ask away!
Our most popular Tripawd Tuesday Live Yet!!!
Many thanks to Wyatt’s ortho vet, Dr Theresa Wendland!
For details about topics discussed, please see:
Woot! We’re going LIVE today on Facebook. Join us as we chat about Tripawd rehabilitation therapy with canine rehabilitation therapist Dr. Athena Kepler, DVM. You’ll learn about:
What does appropriate exercise look like for a Tripawd? How does it differ across ages, sizes and breed types?
- For a new Tripawd, what should we be thinking of during the recovery phase and later, when our vet clears us for “normal activity”?
- For long-time Tripawds, what does the ideal daily activity level look like?
And how do we keep a Tripawd fit with that appropriate exercise, without overdoing things to the point of injury?
- What are some signs that we are doing too much? And what do we do when we see those signs?
See you at 3pm Eastern, 12 Noon Pacific on the Tripawds Facebook Page!
Woot! We’re going LIVE today on Facebook. Join us as we chat about Tripawd rehabilitation therapy with canine rehabilitation therapist Dr. Athena Kepler, DVM, CCAS…