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jerry wrote: Tripawd Tuesday: Meet Gabriel the Three-Legged Pyrenees
It's been too long since we shared a Tripawd Tuesday pupdate! But you'll see that the story of Gabriel the three-legged Pyrenees Tripawd is worth the wait! Here's his inspawrational pupdate after amputation surgery, as told by his mom, Caroline. W (More)
jerry wrote: Belle's Angular Limb Deformity Bounce Back
When a dog has an angular limb deformity, it's hard to know what path to take. But as in Ziggy's case and now Belle's, you can rest easy knowing that if you decide to amputate, life can be great.  "removing Belle’s left back leg would allevi (More)
Tripawds Foundation wrote: Free Rehab Helps Tripawd Saint Thurston
Tripawds Community member thurston is recipient #48 of the Maggie Moo Fund for Tripawd Rehab. Read on for details about the benefits of canine rehabilitation for three legged Saint Bernard Thurston. See all Tripawds who have received free rehab se (More)
jerry wrote: Are Raised Bowls for Tripawds Good or Bad?
Elevated pet feeders seem like a simple way to help your Tripawd eat comfortably, but they sure are a controversial topic. Here's what we know about raised bowls for Tripawds. Ginger in Alaska ate comfortably from raised bowls. The Pros and Cons (More)
Tripawds Foundation wrote: Long Live Tripawd Hero Cemil
More than eight years after we had the honor of meeting Tripawd Hero Cemil, we received the news that this gentle giant has hopped on to the Rainbow Bridge, along with a generous charitable contribution from Mary, a long time Tripawds member and supp (More)
jerry wrote: Paralyzed Pet Survival Tips from a Trailblazer
If your Tripawd lost all mobility and became paralyzed, would you know what do to? Most of us would panic and get depressed but thanks to one special paralyzed dog named Sophie, there's a place we can turn to for advice and hope. Today on Tripawd Tal (More)
admin wrote: Pet Paralysis Survival Tips from an Expert
Tripawd Talk Radio Podcast Episode #72 Original Air Date: May 5, 2018 Sharon Seltzer is founder of the Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog website, which launched in November 2013. This is a community for pet owners who are caring for a handicapped, parap (More)
jerry wrote: Tripawd Tuesday: Belle Inspires Better Floors For Paws
Nobody knows more about the old saying "necessity is the mother of invention," than beautiful Belle. When this Great Pyrenees lost her leg and needed help getting around on slippery floors, her mum Tracy didn't just slip-proof her home -- she invente (More)
jerry wrote: Great Gear Gifts for Tripawds
'Tis the Season for Best Gifts to Tripawds! Everypawdy loves watching their three legged dogs and cats opening presents during the holiday season. Right? Here are some great ideas for gifts your Tripawds are sure to enjoy. Best Harnesses for Tripaw (More)
jerry wrote: Why We Love the Big Barker Dog Bed for Large Tripawds
Did you know that a soft bed isn't the best idea for a Tripawd dog? A firm mattress is best for a dog who needs sure-footing on all surfaces, even their bedding. Many Tripawds members give great feedback on the Big Barker Dog Bed, especially for thei (More)
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