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.
5 April 2009
Dawn, I'm still planning to go there Sunday late morning (11-ish), so let me know where you're going to be and I'll find you. Jack London, or Sugarloaf. A meet-up would be fun.
28 October 2009
Turns out Sugarloaf State Park is open! So, Raven and I are headed down in the morning Saturday (tomorrow) with the trailer. I am stopping at Jack London State Park and sightseeing there, then probably continuing on to camp at Sugarloaf, check in is at 2pm. However, it's only dry camping, so I can just as well stay in a parking lot at Jack London if allowed, or nearby and save myself the drive and $30. So, I'm not pawsitive where we will camp until I get there. I have a Blackberry and will update this forum when I know. If I'm out of range, the default meeting place is Jack London State Park parking lot at 1pm on Sunday, I can sweing by there on my way out if I do go to Sugarloaf. 🙂
Hope to meet some of you there!
Dawn and Raven
Rottie Raven, osteosarcoma at 8-1/2 years old, amputation in October '09 and in February '10 due to liver mets he went back to heaven where he came from. raven.tripawds.com
Now I have Miles, rottie mix amputee from a shelter and traveled 1500 miles to find his way here through the Rescue Railroad thanks to tripawds.com. miles.tripawds.com
24 September 2009
I just spoke with Dawn, who is at Jack London Park today--she is going to let me know where she's going to be tomorrow (Jack London Park, or somewhere in Glen Ellen) so we can meet. I'll post that information when I get it. Hope some more people can make it! Stay tuned....
Okay, Dawn and Raven are in the parking lot at Jack London Village on Arnold Drive in Glen Ellen. They're kind of stuck there because of mechanical trouble. If anyone is planning to go besides me, PM me please.