Worried your new amputee cat will gain weight? These three Tripawd cat exercises can help keep the pounds off.
Don’t let your Tripawd get hurt, learn how to prevent common injuries in Tripawds with tips from Sasha A. Foster, MSPT, CCRT of the Colorado State University James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital Orthopaedic and Mobility Medicine team.
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.
Three-legged dogs and cats are more susceptible to arthritis. Be prepared for when it happens to you hero, by following our tips to manage Tripawd arthritis.
Three-legged dogs need safe Tripawd exercise for a good quality of life. Here’s how Manni in Germany stays fit as an amputee.
Learn how scent detection games can help Tripawds and even a blind nose work dog named Mr. B stay active, fit, happy and injury-free.
We wish we had known these Tripawd health tips to avoid injury when Jerry was playing Frisbee and chasing balls on three legs.
Tripawds spokesdog Wyatt Ray demonstrates simple starter exercises to help amputee dogs get strong and stay fit.
Why Tripawd dogs and cats benefit from rehabilitation therapy and how to apply for free assistance through the Tripawds Foundation Maggie Moo Rehab Grant.
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.