The Maggie Moo Fund for Tripawd Rehab

Maggie, look what you’ve gone and accomplished!  I am proud to announce to you that this rehab fund has been named in your honor!  I am beyond honored by this and I am sure you are too!  From the blog:

“If it weren’t for Miss Maggie Moo, and her mom Tracy, we would likely never have become so passionate about stressing the importance of rehabilitation for new amputee dogs—and Wyatt Ray probably wouldn’t be as fit as he is!”

Please go to the link below to read how to take advantage of this fund!

http://The Maggie Moo Fund for Tripawd Rehab

So let’s get the word out!!  For those tripawds in need, I do hope you will take advantage of this offer from the Fund!

Tracy & Spirit Maggie

 

Maggie on balance disc
Maggie on balance disc

Author: maggie

Maggie was diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma on her left knee. She had amputation done on October 20, 2009. Four days after surgery she had a low grade fever and was off her food for two weeks! Trying times.. I am grateful and so pleased with how she is progressing now.

10 thoughts on “The Maggie Moo Fund for Tripawd Rehab”

  1. What a BEAUTIFUL way to honor a BEAUTIFUL dog by her BEAUTIFUL mom!!

    Maggie’s journey was so inspiring to me. She really touched Happy Hannah and I and gave us so much hope. And she continues to do so for everyone else beginning this journey.

    And now to touch lives with this much needed tool to help our tripawds…so generous, so kind, such a loving way to pay tribute to “good girl Maggie Moo”!

    With so much gratitude and a lot of love…and love to Auntie Gina too

    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle too!

  2. Yay, I am so glad they did this for Ms Maggie. What a beautiful tribute to you & her Tracy. I love it.

    xoxoxox
    Michelle & Angel Sassy

  3. Thank you Sally!!! Your words are so kind and so touching. I am glad Maggie was able to help you in your journey…paying it forward!

  4. Hi just been reading your story. I have a 8 month old puppy with three legs how is finding it hard to walk on her back leg can you give any advice or help please x

  5. I’m sorry our 8 month old is having a rough go of it, Dominique. Have you discussed it with the vet that did the amputation? How long has it been? I would suggest trying to find a rehab specialist as well.

  6. We mean every word, you and Maggie opened our eyes to the possibilities and we will always be grateful for that Tracy. Thank you sooooo much for being such a pawesome pet pawrent!

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