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Tripawd Talk Radio – podcast

Podcast • Conversations focused on amputated pets.

Learn more about amputated pets through Tripawd Talk Radio.

Ever wonder what it’s like living with an amputated pet? This podcast reveals everything you need to know through conversations with veterinarians, rehab therapists, oncologists, and other experts. The podcast’s goal is to “spread the word that it’s better to hop on three legs than live on four.”

Whose podcast is it?

Tripawd Talk Radio is hosted by Jim and Rene, founders of the Tripawds Three Legged Dog and Cat Amputation Recovery Support Community

Is it free or paid?

It is free on various platforms. 

Who is the podcast’s intended audience?

People with amputated pets who want to learn how to properly care for their three-legged pets. The podcast shares the best recovery and care tips through informative chats with pet parents as well as in-depth discussions with animal experts from fields such as amputation recovery and bone cancer care. 

Why should I listen to it right now?

The podcast can offer a different point of view on the joys and challenges of being the parent of a three-legged pet. Listen to “Impact of Amputation on Dogs and Cats, Perspectives from a Vet Ortho Surgeon,” an interview with Dr. Denis J. Marcellin-Little, DMV,  who came up with the first total knee replacement in a cat. Hear “FAQs about Artificial Limbs for Pets” to discover internal and external prosthetics and other orthotic devices that amputated dogs and cats can use. In “Best Pet Health Tips for Tripawds from Dr. Alex Avery,” the vet surgeon discusses how to boost your pet’s appetite post-surgery, pain management, pet health supplements, and more.

Where can I hear it?

You can listen to it on the Tripawd Talk Radio Podcast websiteSpotify, or Apple Podcasts.



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