Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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26 November 2008
7 November 2009
Whitey is out of surgery but still pretty doped up. They say he is resting comfortably and that the surgery went well. I'm hoping to get another update on his progress later this afternoon....
Jen, with greyhounds Palu, Chester, Tobey, Brad, Apollo, Whitey, Hank, and missing our beloved Tanner, Crisco, Sly, Annie and Abby the Schnauzer
24 September 2009
18 October 2009
20 May 2009
I'm so glad the surgery went well! Keep us informed on Whitey's progress.
Debra & Angel Emily
Debra & Emily, a five year old doberman mix, who was diagnosed with an osteosaecoma. She had a right rear leg amputation on May 19, 2009. On November 10, 2009 she earned her wings and regained her fourth leg.
21 September 2009
So happy to hear surgery went well! Have a good, restful, weekend before life gets crazy for a few days!
May the greyt recovery continue!
Boo became a Tripawd Warrior Princess on Sept 8, 2009. She crossed over the Rainbow Bridge 2.7 years later on April 29, 2012. Run free Angel Boo!