Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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Get ready. Things are going to look different around here real soon.
The genius behind the Tripawds Community infrastructure, Admin Guy (aka Whipping Boy), is working late into the night to bring a new website “theme” to life.
New, Easier Site Navigation
This new theme will make navigating Tripawds so much easier, and hopefully reduce load times for all of our pages. You’ll be able to more easily find current news, member blogs and the latest Tripawd products.
Out with the old, in with the new. Admin Guy has created a new look and infrastructure that will hopefully create a more user-friendly experience for the Tripawds community.
Of course, with all great new technologies, there may be a bug or two that gets in the way.
During this makeover, some things may appear to be broken, or missing. Please be patient, as we will do our best to complete the transition as quickly as pawsible.
You can also feel free to provide feedback in this Tech Support Forum Discussion.
We can’t wait to bring this new look to you. Thanks for all of your patience as we prepare to flip the switch. Your support helps make these improvements pawsible.
14 August 2009
WOW! It's so much easier on the eyes, too!
Upgrades and makeovers require extensive therapy afterwards.
Comet - 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.
14 April 2010
Great job on the updates. I couldn't believe how fast things went this morning when I checked in, I actually got off and tried it again to see if it was really happening, and it did!!!! And for those of us that have just left our 30's, the bigger print is wonderful. Nice work
My buddy Gus had a left front amputation on April 7, 2010 and lived a great life until July 26,2010
26 November 2008
Please follow the LINK to see my comments regarding the new look.
11 November 2008
25 April 2007
Thank you for all the pawsitive feedback! This makeover was a long overdue major undertaking. And while it is impossible to please everyone all the time, it seems at first glance that we have achieved the primary goal of this overhaul which was to improve site performance.
Stay tuned for complete details about all the new features, and how we did it. Or take a look around at some of these new enhancements:
Uhh… you forgot to mention the new and improved Chat!
30 July 2010
I just got back from a week long trip and WOW things have certainly changed, FOR THE BETTER! So clean and fresh! Keep it up, looks great!
Chloe became a rear amp tripawd on 7-29-10. Another tumor was removed on front leg 2-20-14. Found 3rd tumor on neck 2-2015, but she's still kicking cancer's butt at age 14. Chloe's blog