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jerry wrote: Is a Tripawd Prosthetic in Your Pet’s Future?
Many people assume that their new cat or dog amputee needs a Tripawd prosthetic. But don't buy or try to make one yet. First, listen to what the world’s leading expert on pet prosthetics has to say about that topic. Tune in below for Tripawd Talk (More)
intyme13 wrote: Happy 4th of July to Tripawds and their families
Well this has been a very interesting week for Cancer Warrior Jessee.  Right after the last posting the very next day she wouldn't eat, could barely walk and we were extremely worried.  Oncologist said to stop chemo drug immediately and prescribed an (More)
match4820 wrote: Selfish
Am I being selfish? That’s what keeps going through my mind. To put him through all this and the surgeon says I’ll get another year out of him. He’s so healthy now besides the leg issue I can not picture not doing everything I can for him. After read (More)
match4820 wrote: Hello Tripawds! New here
Hello new to blogging here so forgive me . I needed to go somewhere where people understand what I’m going through. I have a 5 year old Great Dane St. Bernard mix who we are waiting on biopsy results of osteosarcoma in his left front leg. Devestating (More)
Tripawds Foundation wrote: Tripawds Volunteers Make a Difference (Again!)
Tripawds volunteers are always needed for different projects to help us get the word out. Calling veterinary clinics to send Tripawds Outreach Brochures is one way. Volunteers are also needed to attend events like Meet the Rescues! And veterinary con (More)
jerry wrote: Tripawd Talk: Histotripsy for Osteosarcoma Dogs, a Non-Surgical Bone Tumor Treatment
Today we have exciting news about histotripsy for osteosarcoma dogs. This is futuristic therapy is a non-invasive cancer treatment being studied as a possible alternative to amputation. It might also have pain relief benefits too. Today on Tripawd Ta (More)
maj8 wrote: Day 1 of post op
My golden and I begin our tripod journey today. Osteosarcoma diagnosis three weeks ago. Front leg amputation yesterday. (More)
jerry wrote: Osteosarcoma Metastasis in Cats Not So Rare After All
For many years, veterinarians believed that osteosarcoma metastasis in cats rarely happens. A new study concludes that bone cancer mets in cats isn't such a rare thing after all. More treatment besides amputation may be necessary. New Study Examines (More)
intyme13 wrote: A new day!!
So I'm going to start with our sense of humor here in Sequim WA.  This is what I determined Jessee's problem to be!  A Great Dane foot sticking out of the side of her head lol.  Just kidding of course, that's how her brother sleeps next to her on the (More)
stellabelle wrote: Life as a tripawd: what we learned
Stella was first diagnosed with osteosarcoma on October 15th, 2020, her right forelimb was amputated November 5th, 2020 (three days after her 7th birthday), and she finished chemotherapy at the end of January 2021. It's been over 19 months sin (More)
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