Kodi the siberian husky born with only 3 legs learning how to walk. He was born with a deformed front leg

Here are some things to look out for when living with a three legged dog

1. Keep a tripod dog slim. The most common health issue with three legged dogs is that they may develop arthritis earlier than other dogs. Because they are missing a leg, more stress is placed on their remaining joints, and there is more wear and tear. Therefore, it is very important to keep them slim, so that they do not have to deal with additional joint stresses from excess weight.

2. Keep our dog’s foot-pads clean and healthy.

3. Watch out for Elbow Hygroma. An Elbow Hygroma is a fluid-filled swelling around the dog’s elbow. It occurs, when the elbow bone causes trauma to the soft tissue around it. This usually happens in younger dogs who are constantly lying down, or falling down on a hard surface. It may also happen when a dog leans, or consistently places too much weight on one elbow.

4. Manage slippery surfaces

 5. Let a 3 legged dog be a dog When we share our life with a tripod dog, we naturally want to protect her from as many things as possible. It is important, though, to let a dog be a dog.

Trying.. Trying and Learning

And Walking

You will fall, and you will have to get up. Maybe you’ll need to crawl a little bit, but you will get up and walk again

Responses to "Beautiful Rescued 3-Legged Husky Puppy Proves ‘Broken’ is Just a Mindset"

  1. Unknown says:

    Bless it's little heart.

  2. Awwww :P

  3. How old is Kodi?

  4. Anonymous says:

    I want him.

  5. Morgana says:

    This angel makes you cry, go baby

  6. Anonymous says:

    Why not fit him with artificial leg? They seem to be commonplace nowadays.

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