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jerry wrote: How to Prepare for Pet Loss Before It Happens
Preparing to say goodbye to your dog or cat is never easy. But you can take some steps now that will make your pet's final moments easier on both of you.  Prepare for Pet Loss and Honor Your Best Friend In memory of Skyla and all our Tripawd (More)
Kathryn Trabucco wrote: My sweet Angel Bentley. <3
After sitting for two hours staring at a blank page, I finally wiped away enough tears and forced my fingers to type. Writing is therapeutic to me, but for some reason I have struggled to even think about putting this in print. Print is so final, so (More)
doggiemomma9 wrote: The Most Difficult Post
  I am writing this the day after.  I don't know if I am going to be able to get thru it.  This may end up short and I will write more later.  But for now, everything is still just *raw*. We had to say goodbye to Butchey yesterday morn (More)
jerry wrote: Wise Words About Death and Dying from Sampson's Mom
Facing the inevitable is so hard. Everyone has a difficult time talking about death and dying, especially when faced with terminal cancer. The urge to fight The End it is good and healthy, but at the same time so is accepting that it's also a natu (More)
jerry wrote: Members Help Get the Word Out for Tripawds
Every year your ongoing generosity helps us attend dog-oriented events to increase awareness about canine amputees and bone cancer. From last November's 2 Million Dogs event in Washington to the Fort Collins Doggie Olympics, if there's an affordab (More)
jerry wrote: End of Life Care Tips from a Pack Mom
The end of life discussion is difficult, but necessary for pawrents to ensure a peaceful transition for their beloved animal companion. In a recent Tripawd Talk Radio show, we gleaned valuable advice about this topic. And an in an ongoing discussion (More)
admin wrote: Help for Coping with Anticipatory Grief
The Legacy of Beezer and Boomer by Doug Koktavy is now available at Amazon.com! In this enlightening read, Doug shares the lessons about living and dying that he learned from helping his canine brothers through hospice care. This book introduced u (More)
jerry wrote: Tripawds Grief Support Resources
It doesn't matter how long we prepare for the inevitable. Losing our animal family members is painful and devastating. Sadly, all of us experience it at some point, but we don't have to go though it alone. Tripawds will always be a place to tur (More)
jerry wrote: Tripawds Required Reading List
In our continuing efforts to provide the best advice and support for those facing amputation for their cats and dogs, we have developed the Tripawds Required Reading List. These links answer many of the most commonly asked questions about: am (More)
admin wrote: Pet Memorial Jewelry from the Heart
Life on three legs isn't always fun and games. Tripawds clearly do enjoy every moment of life to the fullest, but there inevitably comes a time to say goodbye to all of our three legged friends. With this post we are introducing a line of beautifu (More)
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