Fiona Needs Help

Fiona is a purebred female Boerboel with a rare genetic disease called osteochondrodysplasia (dwarfism).  OCD is a growth and developmental abnormality of the bone and cartilage, which results in lack of normal bone growth and bone deformities.  The photo shows Fiona with her normal sized littermates.   Fiona should not be bred as she carries this condition and may pass this on to her puppies.

Fiona is barely one year old, but her original owner breached the contract and sold her to an Amish puppy mill.  She was sold to her first owner as pet quality, with no papers and no breeding rights.  She is gorgeous and loving, but she is now at risk through no fault of her own.

Can you help us to help Fiona?  We have some loving, lifetime homes that want to adopt her where she will be spayed and live her life as a pet.  We need financial help to buy her back from the situation she is in, as her "newest" owner is seeing dollar signs from what he can make by using her to produce puppies for him. 

Please help!  All donated funds will be used to help pull Fiona from the situation she is in, vet checks and spay, and transportation to her new home.  Every dollar helps!  If you cannot donate, please share this post on social media so that we can help save Fiona.  

Donations can be sent via PayPal to  Make sure you mark it as a "gift" and specify that it is for Fiona.  We are also accepting donations through GoFundMe.  Thank you for your help. 

Boerboels in Snow

The dogs enjoy playing in the snow. They like it much more than I do!

Jaf (Quo Vadis Barracuda) in the snow