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Sadly, amputation is palliative treatment only; most dogs will succumb to osteosarcoma in less than two years, and many within just months.But as weeks turned into months, this eight year-old pound puppy outlived his prognosis and surprised everyone by demonstrating his tenacity for life as a “tripawd.” After the Jerry gained his strength back and reverted back to his old adventure-seeking self, Jim and Rene decided to make the most of their remaining time left together.We look forward to attending more classes, I have been so impressed with i Care K9 Dog Board and Train and would recommend it to anyone! She is worn out by the end of they day playing with all the other dogs.One thing I love about them is that if your dog is new to the group they closely monitor your dog and the others to see what dogs are good playmates.But thanks to one special three legged dog named Jerry, more people are seeing that their canine family members can have healthy, happy lives after losing a leg.Jerry is the inspiration behind Tripawds.com, an Internet community for three-legged pets and their humans.I was referred to i Care Canine by a friend who had great results.At first I did a group class which taught me a lot of new ways to handle Bronx.
In 2 sessions with Morris I was able to gain control back.
From the mountains of Colorado to the Carolina beaches, the threesome showed people across the country that “it’s better to hop on three legs than to limp on four.” Throughout their journey, Jerry’s website, Tripawds.com, continued growing and reaching out to other pet parents facing amputation for their best friend.
What began as a simple diary about Jerry’s disease evolved into a community where Tripawd parents can go for comfort, support, tips and advice.
In addition, includes health tips, definitions of canine cancer terminology, and a even has a storefront with tripawd needs in mind.
Jerry’s heroic battle with osteosarcoma lasted almost two years past his diagnosis.