Just Recreating

See how a three-legged German Shepherd dog spends his summer at a Colorado dude ranch.

Some people think that all working dogs do is work. Well, I’m here to say that’s not true. Even German Shepherds know how to relax sometimes.

I was in a pawrade. Everyone cheered me on because I’m so great.

See the Tripawd Pawrade!

A few times a week my humans take me swimming.

Yes, it’s a three-legged dog swimming.

Go ahead, catch me!

three legged German Shepherd swims and catches ball
Wyatt catches his favorite ball.

And then there’s a few times when I don’t do anything at all but look cute and beg for treats.

Got treats?

It’s a tough life as a working ranch dawg. But somepawdy’s gotta do it.

Five Years on Three Legs

Three-legged German Shepherd Wyatt celebrates five year ampuversary of life on three legs.

Today is my five year ampuversary! Will you pawty with me?

See Wyatt Run

Some people might think it’s weird to celebrate the day you lost a leg. But not you, Tripawds family. You get it. You know that no matter what some people say, it’s really better to be hoppy on three than not be here at all.

Pawty with Me Please

I’m a long way from where I started in Oaktown, and I’m so glad. Life is good!

Workin’ Dawg

Three-legged amputee spokesdog Wyatt Ray prepares for Blog Paws 2014 by training at the New Braunfels Farmer’s Market.

Dang, there’s been  no chillin’ and relaxin lately, I got lots of work to do to get ready for another #BlogPaws pawty!

Every week we go to the market, and I have to try to be nice and not try to regulate everyone. It’s hard, but I do my best. See these pix? They were taken on my new collar camera that I won from the #RecipeForMoments campaign. Pretty kewl dontcha think?

Here I come peoples

Mmmm. What’s that?

What? You say you have a German Shepherd who needs training?
I’m your dawg!

I’m pooped. Can we go home now?

I think I’m doing good. Four farmers markets later, I’ll be ready for Blog Paws, just wait!

The Poopy Dance

Tripawd German Shepherd Wyatt Ray shows how three-legged dogs go potty after limb amputation.

Why do you think it is that one of the first questions people ask when their dog or cat is going to lose a leg is,

How is my dog / cat going to poop?

Well, lemme tell you folks, we got it all figured out. Here’s how:

FOR MATURE EYES ONLY

We’re smarter than you think. Don’t you agree?