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Tripawds Foundation wrote: Champ's Legacy Helps Tripawds Everywhere!
Champ's Legacy Fundraiser supports the Tripawds Foundation programs to help amputee pets and their people everywhere! Best Dog Champ and His Pack Champ's Legacy Champ was born November 12, 2009, although he didn’t officially join our family unt (More)
jerry wrote: Pet Prosthetics and Braces Questions and Answers, Part 2
There's lots to consider before putting pet prosthetics and braces on dogs and cats. In today's second webinar about leg braces and supports for amputee pets, Drs. Sherman and Debra Canapp answer questions sent from viewers who watched the pet prosth (More)
jerry wrote: Tripawds' Guide to Pet Prosthetics for Vets and Parents, Part 1
Thinking of an artificial leg for your 3-legged dog or cat? Wait! Don't do a thing until you watch the ultimate guide to pet prosthetics webinars by the world-famous veterinary orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation team of Drs. Sherman and Debra Cana (More)
Tripawds Foundation wrote: Free Tripawd Rehab Session Helps Senior Pup Ranger
Tripawds Community member rjz123456789 is recipient #96 of the Maggie Moo Fund for Tripawd Rehab After Amputation. Read about how a free Tripawd rehab session helped three-legged senior dog Ranger, and learn how you can get a free veterinary rehab ev (More)
emilyrmartin wrote: Lumps Gone
Yep, those lumps from two posts ago are gone after a dose of doxyrubicin. They went down slowly, but after 3 weeks I can't feel them at all. In Devo's oncologist's words: "Good for her!" She wasn't too bothered by the chemo and we had a second dose l (More)
jerry wrote: How Treating Pet Pain with Prednisone Helps Wyatt
When Wyatt Ray's veterinarian said that treating pet pain with Prednisone could improve his mobility, we cringed. Years ago we had a bad Prednisone experience with Tripawds Founder, Jerry. We were opposed to using it again, assuming the experience wo (More)
Stacy wrote: Griffin Update - September 26, 2020
Can you tell who was rolling in the grass still wet with morning dew? Today's oncology appointment at AMC was a mixed bag.  On the not so great side:  Griffin lost a lot of weight (more than 3lbs in the last 2 weeks and over 6lbs in the last 7 we (More)
jerry wrote: How to Find a Pet Pain Expert
Dogs and cats are masters at hiding pain. Thankfully, a highly trained pet pain expert can help decipher their clues when everyone else is stumped. Here's how to find one of these very special veterinary professionals. Is My Tripawd in Pain? As pet (More)
jerry wrote: Here's How to Choose the Right Vet on #AAHADay 2020!
Years ago, we didn't know the first thing about how to choose the right vet. But now we do. Today, Tripawds Spokesdog Wyatt Ray only goes to clinics accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. Today for #AAHADay 2020, we want to share why (More)
finnthedane wrote: 12 Weeks Post-Amp and Treatment Update
Hi to all our Tripawd friends! I apologize it has been a while since I've posted an update on Finn. I think because we experienced such a rough recovery, we have taken the last month or so of "normalcy" to decompress. I am happy to report Finn (More)
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