Please help frenchie named Billy to raise money to pay for his slipped disc surgery! Every little bit helps.
Hi, my name is Bill, but most call me Billy. Thanks for taking the time to read my post. I have been struggling with a disc diease for the past year, and it has recently got worse. Tuesday my Dad was walking me and my front legs gave out, and I couldn’t hold myself up and fell. I cried in pai…
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Thank you! This is very sweet of you :) We also have a FB page, The Dailyfrenchie and post regularly. Here unfortunately the postings have become occasional, but a girl behind The Dailyfrenchie is doing her best to keep it up and running.
As usual, supporting fellow frenchie in need. Lilly is a 4 y.o. frenchie, who had a rough start in life being hit by a car and losing her rear leg at only 6 month of age. She is also deaf. For her human-momma Lilly is a miracle pooch, but as many frenchies Lilly suffers with enlongated palate and as she got older it became clearer that she needs a surgery to fix it and help her breathe (plus possibly steroid treatment). Being a full time college student her human can’t afford to pay it all by herself, so here is where community steps in
Please consider donating towards April’s hip and knee surgery. Former breeder girl, for first 2,5 years of her life she was neglected and didn’t receive a simple corrective surgery as a pup that would have prevented the condition she is right now. Her current owner appreciates every penny that will help April back on her feet. Thank you!
Dear frenchie friends, please consider helping out a desperate senior owner and her nine year old frenchie Paris. Little doggy has to undergo soft palate shortening to be able to breath normally again. Paris is a rescue, as former puppy mill momma she didn’t have a good start in life, but now is finally loved and cherished by her human. Owner Terry is still paying for the slipped disk surgery poor Paris had to go through 3 years ago, she is a fighter and fully recovered from rear legs paraliysis. But due to enlongated palate Paris can’t breath freely and as the airflow restriction has gotten worse, she even had two episodes of syncopy, which is fainting because of not enough oxygen to the brain. Even though Paris is an older gal, she still can give her owner a few good years of happiness. Will you please give her a chance? Every little thing counts, and please spread the word. Thank you!