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Leviathan the Tripawd Corgi

Leviathan the Tripawd Corgi and I, his owner, are happy to donate and help out other pets who need our help.

The moral support of the Tripawds Community helped immensely with his amputation and as he continues to recover we want to do our part to help each Tripawd who needs us. Leviathan had a mast cell tumor that was adhered deeply to his muscle and was unable to be removed with his first surgery.

Leviathan

Leviathan

We struggled with the decision but eventually chose to amputate to ensure our baby have his best chance at being cancer free. He has been a Tripawd for about 6 weeks now and he is doing wonderfully. Nothing slows down this little man and he wants every Tripawd to feel as great as he does!

~Leviathan’s Mom (aka crescendi)

 

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3 Responses to “Leviathan the Tripawd Corgi”

  1. What a fantastic story. It is always hard to make the decision to amputate until you realize that your loved one has a much better future overall. And, ooohhhhhh goshhhhhh, corgis? Cardigan corgis? There is absolutely nothing better than Cardigan corgis!!! Wishing you the best recovery and progress. Please think about posting under Share Your Story so that we can all follow Leviathan!!!

  2. Kathryn Heilman March 22, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    Thanks for your helpful story. Your puppy is adorable. Our 11 year old Corgi Bandit has cancer tumors in his back leg. After 5 surgeries our vet wants to amputate his leg. We are not sure if he will be able to walk around afterwards. He’s 47 pounds so he’s very overweight. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you!

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