Prepare to be inspired as you learn about pets living with three limbs. The thought of your beloved pet losing a limb is devastating and scary. Bringing them home after amputation is often overwhelming and a bit shocking. Turning to a community of pet owners for support and resources who have traveled this path before you can make all the difference. You will find this and more at Tripawds.com - the largest online community for 3-legged pets and their people. All the resources that you can imagine are here in one place in a variety of formats. After listening to founders, Jim and Rene, who were inspired by their own 3-legged dog, Jerry, you will surely be convinced that “it's better to hop on 3 legs than limp on 4!”
To learn more about Tripawds and their community go to:
Tripawds.org - 501c3 charity
Tripawds.com - resources galore!
Tripawds on Facebook
Tripawds on Instagram
Tripawds on Twitter
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