If you think Tripawd dogs self-limit their activity when they’ve had enough, hear what canine rehabilitation expert Sasha Foster has to say about “self-limiting behavior” versus acute pain.
Does your Tripawd need surgery on a remaining leg? Download the Postamputation Orthopedic Surgery in Canine Amputees Study for a look at quality of life and owner satisfaction results.
Spree the life-long Tripawd breaks leg but bounces back thanks to ongoing rehab therapy and excellent pain management by Connie Fredman at Canine Health Resort in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Share your Tripawd story and help ease the fears of worried pet parents facing amputation for their dog or cat.
Do your friends and family disagree about amputation surgery for your cat or dog? Are you having a hard time deciding about amputating your pet’s leg? These Tripawds Community tips will make the process easier for you.
Why your vet recommends pre-surgery and pre-amputation diagnostic testing for dogs and cats.
Success stories of tripawds getting canine conditioning treatments and rehabilitation therapy at Integrative Pet Care and discover the benefits of rehab for three legged dogs.
PuppyUp Foundation gives $96,000 for osteosarcoma in dogs comparative oncology study by Dr. Neil Christensen, Radiation Oncologist at the University of Wisconsin Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine.
DDC Veterinary Testing shows us how DNA screening for pets is about more than just breed origins, it can help manage your dog or cat’s health needs as they grow older.
Dog and His Boy, Bernard Lima-Chavez, teaches us why it’s important to train your tripawd dog or cat with sign language and clicker training now, before they go deaf in old age.