If you have a three legged dog or cat, there are many things you can do to avoid injuries and premature joint stress. It’s up to you to take that first step and learn DIY canine rehabilitation therapy for Tripawds.
Call us biased, but our favorite is our Tripawds e-book, Loving Life On Three Legs, which is all about fitness and life after amputation.
But there’s also another download that is of tremendous benefit for you and your Tripawd: The “Canine Tripods” program, created by the biggest rock star in canine rehab therapy, Dr. Debbie Gross, DPT, MSPT, Diplomat ABPTS, CCRP, aka the Wizard of Paws.
Dealing with an amputee dog can be a difficult task, not only for the dog but for us as well. However, it is not impossible. If you are willing to do what’s necessary to make their life as fulfilling as possible then you are already on the right track. I am thrilled you are part of it and I commend your dedication to your dog! My goal is to help you so you can help your dog. I am of the strong opinion that every dog deserves to live the best quality of life for the longest time possible.
How The Canine Tripawds Program Can Help
This canine rehabilitation therapy for Tripawds is the entire “Conditioning and Concerns for the Tripod Dog” online education course that Dr. Gross led for our community in 2015.
In her downloadable course, you’ll learn tips to safely and effectively keep a canine Tripawd lean and strong, all from home in a go-at-your-own-pace online class. The program covers topics like:
- Beginning Exercises for Tripods
- Forelimb AND hindlimb Amputations and Considerations
- Weight Management
- Considerations for Allowing the Tripod to Live the Best Quality of Life
Dr. Gross’ program is only $65 to get started. When you consider that a visit to a professional canine rehabilitation therapist costs about twice that (and that she’s one of the very best out there), you’ve got yourself a cost-effective way to do DIY canine rehabilitation therapy for Tripawds.
Of course Dr. Gross is also available for long distance consulting too. But this is a great way to get to know her teachings and what you can do to improve your Tripawd’s health, today. Don’t wait, download “Canine Tripods” and learn more about keeping your three legged dog fit.