TRIPAWDS: Home to 12111 Members and 1402 Blogs.
HOME » NEWS » BLOGS » FORUMS » CHAT » YOUR PRIVACY » RANDOM BLOG

Tripawds Supporter sites have no ads!

Stella Blue photos NH

Just another Tripawds site

Stella Blue photos NH

Stella Blue eight months post amputation

July 8th, 2018 · 4 Comments · Uncategorized

Tripawds is a user-supported community. Thank you for your support!

Stella is doing well, and we are happy she is still here to enjoy the warm weather and sunshine! Her surgery was just before Thanksgiving 2017, and at the time our vet said six months would be lucky. Guess we’re lucky!
She is slowing down, more apt to lay down in the grass rather than follow us around the yard… I’m so grateful she’s having this summer weather for her favorite activity – sunbathing!

Who knows what our future will bring, but for now I stop to enjoy the moments we have, and to give our girl as many belly rubs as she requests!


To remove ads from your site and others, upgrade to a Tripawds Supporter blog!

Tags:

4 Comments so far ↓

  • spayurpets

    Three cheers for eight months and for belly rubs!

  • paws120

    Yay beautiful Stella! It is just wonderful to see that you are still rockin’ life on three. Just as beautiful as always 🙂 You take FULL advantage of those belly rubs girlie!!
    xoxoxo

  • benny55

    OMD!! YOU LOOK SOOOO GOOD STELLA BLUE!!! You really are a beautiful gal!

    Tee hee……Love the picture of her standing for the Flag😎

    HAPPY EIGHT MONTH AMPUVERSARY SWEET STELLA BLUE!!! And keep ’em coming! I just love it when dogs kick statistics in the ass and make their Vet WRONG!!

    Yeah, slowing down after eight months as a tripawd, combined with the heat of summer, is not surprising at all.

    Stella Blue did get ice cream and cake, right??? Eight Month Ampuversary pawties always require ice cream and cake😁

    Extra hugs

    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

  • jerry

    Stellllllaaaa! There you are pretty girl. Hoppy Ampuversary! You look marvelous, and so cool as a cucumber even in the summer heat.

    Slowing down is to be expected in hot weather. If it keeps up though, do have your people check with a vet to make sure it’s not because you’re in pain and you don’t want to let them know, OK? Promise? Good!

    Hope to hear from you again real soon.

Leave a Comment