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Tripawds is a user-supported community. Thank you for your support!It’s very likely that during this time, your pawrent(s) are going to be very concerned for you. They might cry. They might doubt that this is the best option for you. They might annoy you and refuse to leave you alone. You might be scared, but […]

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Goodbye Stitches!

Posted by: | August 5, 2014 | 6 Comments |

Tripawds is a user-supported community. Thank you for your support!Friday, August 1st I brought Smore to the vet for her post-op check-up. The vet tech that had seen her at every appointment was happy to see I was keeping her and that I had finally picked a name (up until then she was known as […]

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Adjusting to Daily Life

Posted by: | August 4, 2014 | 4 Comments |

Grooming and the Litter Box I made sure Smore could not climb up on much because I was worried she’d have trouble getting back down. Aside from that, I made very little¬†changes to anything in her life. I also did not remove the lid thing to her litter box. She has one of those guard […]

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At only 3-4 months old, Smore¬†obviously has energy to spare, so I did my best to let her burn off her energy without doing anything to tear out her stitches. I was shocked by how soon she began playing as if she had never even had four legs to begin with. On Sunday I actually […]

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Surgery and Immediate Post-Op

Posted by: | August 2, 2014 | 3 Comments |

Surgery and Picking Her Up I left Smore with the vet on a Wednesday because the orthopedic surgeon who was trying to save her leg was 2 hours away. The surgery was scheduled for the following day. They called me about 3:30 to tell me the amputation was a success and that she was already […]

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Introducing Smore

Posted by: | August 1, 2014 | 10 Comments |

A few weeks ago as I took my husky outside to go to the bathroom before bed, I was welcomed by a hiss. I looked down on the porch and there it was: a small and unhappy cat. I was taken by surprise as well and had let out my own terrified litle shriek. My […]

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