Post-amputation pain relief for dogs and cats is a learning process. Some need more pain medication, some need less. Fine-tuning the frequency and dosage of medications is a team effort between you and your veterinarian that takes place during the first week or two of recovery. Here’s how to make that process easier for everyone. […]
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.
Learn all the best Tripawd pain management tips with our latest directory of articles about amputation recovery and life on three legs for amputee cats and dogs.
If your Tripawd is limping, that means pain. Learn the 10 ways dogs show pain and what you can do about it during #AnimalPainAwarenessMonth.
Cats are far superior to dogs when it comes to hiding that they hurt. That’s why we’re kicking off Animal Pain Awareness Month with a close up look at symptoms of pain in cats and what to do about it.
Whether your kitty is recovering from amputation surgery or just getting older, learn Tripawd cats pain management tricks from expert Stephen Cital, RVT, SRA, RLAT, VTS- Lab Animal Medicine in this podcast and full transcript.
The New #ItsMyHomeToo Canine Arthritis Management tool helps arthritis proof your home for aging pets.
Veterinary pain management expert Dr. Mike Petty DVM explains how to manage your Tripawd’s post-amputation pain needs.
If your dog is losing a leg, talk to your vet about Nocita, a new drug that controls post-op dog amputation pain without pills for up to three days.