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Meg the Tripawd

Rear leg amputation due to a MCT, still lovin' life

Meg the Tripawd

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A year since discovering Tripawds!

August 24th, 2017 · 4 Comments · Ampuversary, Diagnosis, Recovery

Tripawds is a user-supported community. Thank you for your support!A few days ago I opened my “you have memories on this day” notification on facebook, and I was shocked to see a post about Meg’s biopsy from one year ago. I was aware her ampuversary was next month, but it didn’t really occur to me […]

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Cancer paranoia lingers

June 29th, 2017 · 7 Comments · Uncategorized

Tripawds is a user-supported community. Thank you for your support!You know that paranoid feeling you get whenever your tripawd has anything wrong with it – the sinking “oh god the cancers back/spread/worse” feeling? Well, turns out that feeling extends to other dogs! Last night Tim & I got home after work, came in to find […]

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The truth about tripawds

February 27th, 2017 · 4 Comments · Adventures, Ampuversary, Recovery, Uncategorized

March 21 will be six months since my gorgeous Meggymoo became a tripawd. I still remember how ridiculously scared I was for her, and thought everything would change for both Meg and how I care for Meg. But, luckily that hasn’t quite been the case. So here is a little list of facts about having […]

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Post op day 4 & 5 – off come the bandages

September 26th, 2016 · 6 Comments · Diagnosis, MCT, Recovery

Day 4 Day four was again up and down, with its own set of complications and accomplishments. Meggmoo, our gooseberry, was not interested in food at all. Breakfast, nope, lunch nope, dinner, hand fed after pleading!! This made things difficult given the vet said she strictly needs food with her daily rimadyl medication or she’ll […]

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The words you dread to hear…

September 2nd, 2016 · 12 Comments · Diagnosis, MCT

Meg, our 8 year old jackchi has had a lump in her back leg for around three months. We took her to the vet when we discovered the lump, they did a needle aspiration and although the cells didn’t look normal, they didn’t look like “anything nasty”. This was a massive relief to my partner […]

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