Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, Inc.

 

 

628 Adopted (Placed) Saint Bernards 2003
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Baloo: 7 year old male. Rough coat. Great with kids, cats and other dogs. House trained and obedience trained. Came to rescue because his previous owners moved into a house with no fence. Baloo is very mellow and has no health issues. He loves to ride in the car and will do anything for attention. 12/31/2003

Barney: Barney hails from Tennessee. He is a full-blooded Saint Bernard. He's great with other dogs and cats! He does well with children, and loves attention. Barney knows basic commands such as sit, down, and no. He's a lovebug that wants you to love him! Barney has beautiful markings and would be a great addition to any family. Please let us know if you are interested. Barney will be neutered before being placed in his new home. 12/29/2003

Annie: Annie is a one year old smooth coat female. She is wonderful with kids and other dogs. She is quite laid back for a young saint. She knows basic commands and loves to please her human. She is crate trained and house trained. She is an excellent traveler and walks well on a lead. Annie has been adopted by Mr. Bojangles' parents and is enjoying the beach life with her new family. Way to go Annie! 12/29/2003

Bailey: is approx 3 yr old female that was given up by her family because they were moving. She was moved from one shelter to another and found to be POSITIVE heartworm. WSBR is going to be treating her 10/15 so she will be available for adoption in a couple weeks. She loves to give kisses, walks on leash, knows basic commands, generally easy going. Protective of kids around other dogs, and we don't think she likes cats. 12/27/2003

Duffy: Approx 18 mo old male. Given up by his breeder due to litter history of hip Dysplasia. He currently doesn't have any problems, but may in the future. He has sweet disposition, gets along with dogs. He deserves a forever home that will care for and love him even with possible health problems. 12/27/2003

Harley: 1 1/2 year old longhair female **Special needs dog** She has just been diagnosed with Addison's disease. She is very stable and will require a lifetime of care and follow up with this disease. Harley lives with older kids and her brother, Davidson. She is housebroken and very sweet. Stress is a main factor with Addison's disease, so her owners will hold her until a proper and more caring home is available for her. 12/26/2003

Hercules: a 2 1/2yr old longhaired male. Very sweet and loving. Needs some training on leash and lots of TLC. Was used as a stud dog and is not good with other males. Good with kids and loves cats. He had a female companion and would probably be good with another female. Very submissive and loves belly rubs. 12/26/2003

JAKE: is a 3 year old longhair male, who will do best in a home with no other male dogs. He has been with kids and is very loving! He will make a great addition to his new family! 12/26/2003

Buddy (P): 2 Year Old Male Rough Coat  Buddy (P) (the P stands for Palmdale since we have another dog with the same name) is a strong young dog.. He was found in the Lancaster/Palmdale area with his friend, Bailey, and both were turned in to the local pound. Since he was already neutered and had a microchip, the shelter contacted his owner, who no longer wanted the dogs for reasons unknown, so they contacted us. Buddy is on the thin side, but he is well-fed and knows basic obedience commands. He needs some minor grooming, but all in all, he looks to be in very good shape. The folks at the shelter told us that he was found going after another dog and that he was animal aggressive. Since he just got here last night, it's hard for us to tell yet. He doesn't like to be in a fenced kennel and does growl and bark at the dogs surrounding him there, but once we took him out for a walk, he was just fine. When he saw other dogs, he definitely pulled and tried to go over to them, but his tail was wagging and he wasn't growling, so we'll see how he does over the next week or so. To be on the safe side, for now let's say that he would be best in a home without other male dogs. Since he was found with a female, he may get along with other females. Too early to tell. Buddy hasn't shown any aggression towards humans or kids. Like Bailey, if he sees a car door, he heads for it, expecting that sooner or later, he'll end up with a cheeseburger. He pulled a little bit when we first took a walk, but as soon as he had taken care of business, he walked calmly on the leash. Buddy doesn't appear to drool much at all, which means he won't leave your bedspread as messy as my gentle giant does. 12/22/2003

Tonka: 1-3 Year Old Male Rough Coat Tonka was found on the side of the freeway. The people that found him wanted to keep him but they already had dogs of their own. Tonka might be a bit of an escape artist, so only secure high fences for him. He is a big beautiful boy that resembles a giant teddy bear. Tonka is full of energy and will need some basic obedience training. He did well with a 3 year old knocking him over but then licking his face. 12/22/2003

Brutus: 6 Year Old Male Smooth Coat *** SPECIAL NEEDS *** PLEASE HELP!!!!!!! Brutus was turned in by his owners because they said he didn't like the grandkids...we have had no problems with him and find him to be a sweet old man around the volunteers. He is a big, beautiful boy, but has so many wrinkles in his face it's hard for him to see. He is sweet and mellow, loves to ride in the car and likes to be brushed and talked to. Brutus is having surgery on some small tumors in between his toes. One was irritated making it hard for him to walk, so we are having them removed hoping to alleviate any pain they are causing him. Obviously, a kennel situation is not the best for Brutus and it's hard on his bones as he is no puppy anymore. Brutus needs a quiet foster home or forever home that will let him relax and live out the rest of his life comfortably. He would do best in a home with no children or other animals. He just needs to be spoiled and loved as the only dog in the family. Is that yours? 12/22/2003

Thunder: 3 Year Old Male Rough Coat  Thunder is 3 years old and is a rough coat. He is very playful with our foster home's other two Saints. He still has the puppy attitude and can use a little training. Thunder was turned in because his previous owners moved. We'll know more about him as time passes, but we'd rather find a permanent home for this happy guy as soon as possible. 12/22/2003

Jade: 1 1/2Year Old Female Rough Coat Jade was brought in with her brother Harley. He jumps chain link but Miss Jade does not. She is a young, energetic female that would do well with some basic obedience training. Jade is fine with kids but did not seem to like the foster mom's other dogs. However, her problem may be fence aggression rather than dog aggression. We had her out together with Charlie and she did just fine and did not bark or growl. Nevertheless, she may blossom best in a home without other dogs. 12/22/2003

Einstein: 1 year old male. Golden Retriever/Saint mix. Very shy but very sweet. Smart as they come. House trained and crate trained. Great with other dogs and kids although a little shy of rowdy kids at first. Needs a home with a 6 ft fence and a patient owner willing to teach him trust and love again. 12/20/2003

BETSY: Betsy is a 2-year-old spayed smoothcoat female. She is HW-negative and her vaccinations are UTD. Betsy is a sweet girl who is very gentle with young children. However, she needs to be the family's only pet as she's a bit nervous around other animals. Her very favorite thing is getting her tummy rubbed. Betsy longs for a forever home where she can have a family on whom to bestow kisses. She knows some commands and is housetrained. If you have giant-breed experience and a 6-foot fence, won't you consider inviting Betsy into your heart? 12/20/2003

Sheila: is an absolutely adorable six month old female Saint Bernard. She has been spayed and microchipped, is up to date on her shots, and tested negative for heartworms. Sheila loves people - she'll follow you everywhere! - and other dogs. It might be best for her to go to a home that doesn't have cats since she likes to bark at them and chase them. Sheila currently lives in Tulsa, OK, but her owner is willing to drive most of the way if a wonderful family in Texas wants to adopt her. Sheila will be a wonderful addition to the lucky family that adopts her! 12/19/2003

Baby Doll: is a beautiful loving adult Female saint, Her weight is 134 lbs She was spayed about a year ago by the Saint Rescue Foundation. She is currently on heart Guard protection, she is current on all shots, Rabies given this month. She is house trained prefers indoor/outdoor lifestyle She does not like to be fenced in. She Doesn't climb but will dig under or chew on or butt with head until she gets through. For this reason the owners can not keep her. We recommend a $45. electric pet charger (contact your local horse and cattle feed stores) They sell enough wire to cover any yard 3 times over for about $12. After she touches the wire once or twice the charger can be turn off because she will never touch it again. This low voltage chargers are very humane and will not harm a bird if one lands on it. Even better a forever home on a farm with no fences might be her best bet. Or a home which is a total indoor walk on leash to pottie home. Baby Doll was rescued from the Little Rock Pound about one year ago. She is house broken and does nicely indoors. She is a short haired saint, so shedding will not be a problem for indoor living. Baby Doll is not people, dog or cat aggressive. In other words she loves every body and their dog Her health in general is good, she is due to have her teeth cleaned. Baby Doll's Habits in general ? friendly, lazy, does have attachment issues she will do anything to be around people. She currently on Diamond( no corn ) dog food, This can be found at your local horse and cattle feed stores or Race Bros farm supply. She is currently being fostered near Little Rock Arkansas. 12/19/2003

Liz: Liz is an 18 month old female. She weighs under 100 pounds and has some growing left to do. Poor Lizzie has come back into rescue. She needs to be with a family that is active and can keep her busy. She was so excited to see her foster mom again that she kept kissing her with joy! Tizzy Lizzie's a really sweet girl but is a teenager at heart so she can get herself into trouble when left alone for long periods of time. It would be best to crate her when you are not home. 12/19/2003

Barnaby: 2 year old. Just came into rescue 10/25. He seems to be a friendly boy. Barnaby was a stray so we do not have any prior history. He will be getting neutered this week and also all his vaccinations. Unfortunately he has a cough so there will be an up-date soon on his health and social skills. He does enjoy car rides and walk well on a leash. UPDATE; Barnaby has had a tough time. The poor boy had several health problem due to being neglected but is doing fine now. He just needed to be taken care of and to be put on antibiotics. Barnaby is a real lover and just a pleasure to have around. He walks nicely on a leash and knows his basic commands. Barnaby loves to steal slippers and entice his foster mom into retrieving them. UP-DATE; Barnaby is a wonderful boy. He is completely housetrained and can be trusted loose in the house during the evening hours. His hearing is poor so sometimes when he hears a noise he doesn’t know what direction it is coming from. He is food aggressive with other animals so it would be best to feed him treats and food separate from his other furry friends. Barnaby is a real low key fellow that enjoys laying around and getting his tummy rubbed. He walks like a gentleman on the leash and knows his basic commands. Barnaby was a very ill boy when he came into rescue but he is off all medication and is healthy once again.12/19/2003

Benny: wonderful 3 year old male St. Bernard. Benny lost his home when his family divorced and neither party could keep him. Benny gets along with other dogs very well. He is a mellow, sweet boy who would love to be part of a new family. Neutered, shots, microchip. 12/19/2003

Darla: This beautiful girl was rescued from a shelter in Missouri after her owners gave her up because she was "too big" for them. She is 2 years old. She is great with other dogs, cats, and children. She loves to romp and play and would do great in a multiple dog household. She does try to climb chain link so a wooden fence is a MUST. She is very gentle and sweet and very well mannered. She will make a great dog for anyone who wants a big lover! 12/17/2003

GEORGE: is estimated to be between 3-4 years old. He is a rough-coat male that weighs in at around 120 lbs. George is smaller than your average male, but very well proportioned. He is a very handsome, friendly guy. George is neutered, current on all shots, & has been heartworm tested. This guy is being fostered in a doggie day care & is doing wonderfully! He loves being with all the other dogs, & loves everyone who comes into the place. George loves to go for rides, and is always the first one in the vehicle! While having him in this foster care situation, we believe that George may be hard of hearing, or can only hear certain tones. We are having him tested. We believe that George should go to a home with another dog. George seems to take cues from the other dogs, since he cannot hear too well. If you have experience with a hearing impaired dog, or feel that George is the right fit for your family please contact us! 12/17/2003

BANJO: is a 22 month old male St. Barnard. He is currently 145 lbs., UTD on all vaccines, neutered, housebroken, dog & horse friendly and people loving. We have been told that he will crate, but haven't had to do so yet. Banjo was found in WV on a concrete slab having a seizure. Since taken into Rescue, he takes meds twice an day and has not had one since. He adores people and makes a GREAT companion for anyone who adores big, loving, canines, especially one that needs that little extra care. A home where someone is home most of the time and/or has other dogs would be perfect for Banjo. He loves the company. 12/17/2003

Catrina: Catrina is a 'young' female smooth coat Saint Bernard. She is housebroken but has a LOT of puppy energy. Catrina weighs approximately 85 lbs and could definitely use to put on some weight. Catrina MUST be an only pet or be in a home with another Saint Bernard or giant breed dog. It appears that Katrina has been kenneled for some time and needs work on her socialization skills as she's a very strong, robust, energetic girl. We have seen Catrina's interaction with children and she seems to understand she has to be gentle with them. Would you like to give Catrina a 'forever' home?? 12/15/2003

Pilgrim: 5 month old long hair male puppy. Pilgrim earned his name because he was rescued the day before Thanksgiving. His people moved out and left him with no food in the home. A cleaning company found him, thin and sad. He is looking forward to a new life in a home that appreciates him. He is very sweet and loves everyone. 12/13/2003

BENTLEY: is the Saint of your dreams. Gentle, affectionate and laid-back, this 3 year old guy loves nothing better than to sit beside you on the sofa. He's neutered, housetrained, UTD on shots, and HW-negative. He's gentle with kids as you can see from the picture of him with his foster mom's 4 year old daughter, Allison. He likes to play with other dogs and has been known to sleep with a cat curled up beside him. A fenced yard is preferred but is not essential. 12/13/2003

DUKE: is a playful, friendly 9 month old boy. He is neutered, vaccinated, and HW-negative. Though he isn't completely housetrained, he's making progress and has learned to bark when he needs to go out to "take care of business". Duke is friendly with other dogs and is unknown with cats. He would do best in a family with older kids as he still has lots of puppy enthusiasm. He's a smart little guy who has potential to be a wonderful dog once he gets past the goofy puppy stage. Duke's ideal family will have a fenced yard and will be willing to work with him on obedience and "house manners". 12/13/2003

Brutus #2: Brutus is a darling little seven month old smoothcoat boy. Currently weighing only about 80 pounds, he will probably be a bit on the small side as an adult. He's neutered, vaccinated and HW-negative. Friendly with cats and other dogs, Brutus would like a canine playmate. He's fine with children, though he does get a little excited and would probably knock over toddler-age kids. Brutie's ideal family will have children and another dog, and will be committed to teaching him basic obedience. A fenced yard would be a plus. 12/13/2003

Mercedes: is a 1 year old spayed Rough coat female St. Bernard. She is up to date on all her shots including the vaccination for Lyme Disease. She is currently on heartworm preventative and Frontline. Her weight is 94 lbs. She currently lives with 5 children ages 14 to 2 years old. She also lives with other dogs and cats. She does like to be the alpha dog. She has been to puppy classes for socialization but she could use continued training for socialization and also for obedience. She has a habit of pulling on the leash but with some training I know she can be a well behaved loving pet. She already is an affectionate dog, but tends to get excited easily. She likes to be the center of attention. 12/11/2003

Sammy: is a 9 week old male mix and is located in AZ. We are told that his mother was a Chow mix when he and his littermates were left with the Vet's office. Sammy is settling into his foster home and can be a little shy at first. He is a very loving puppy and bonds quickly to a kind hand! At this time, Sammy is crate trained, relatively housebroken and learning to walk on a lead. He lives with other dogs in the household and seems to be content. As he is a puppy, he will require a lifetime commitment as well as lots of patience and a sense of humor while he is growing up. We anticipate him to be about the size of his mother when he matures. 12/9/2003

Brutus: is a nice 5 year old neutered male. He is a longhaired guy, recently the subject of a bad haircut! Up to date on shots and housebroken, he knows some basic commands. He is very good with people and children. Brutus does well with other dogs, but does not quite realize his size, so larger would probably be better. He is unknown with cats. He is an owner surrender due to a move. Saint Bernard experience and fenced yard preferred. (Sorry, not the best photo!) 12/8/2003

Cornelius: (aka Corny) is an 8 month old longhaired male. He is looking for a family to call his own. Corny gets along with other dogs...but, can be a little unsure at first! He loves people and has never met a stranger! Because he is a young dog, he will require some training and he will quickly learn the ropes as he settles into his new home. 12/6/2003

Tabitha: is a 20 month old spay female that weighs 122 pounds. She is very tall and when she gains her muscle she will be a good size for a female. Taba will need a owner who can be firm with her. She is well behaved and knows all her commands but tends to act like a big bully when allowed. She likes to bark when people come to the door but once in the house she craves all their attention. Taba has been raised with children and a cat so she can be very gentle when the situation requires it. She also had a German Shepard friend that she loved to play with but was never taught how to play politely. Her foster mom is teaching her how to act like a lady instead of a tomboy. This big girl loves to go for long walks, rides in the car, and belly rubs. Her beautiful soulful eyes tell you that she is really a lady at heart that desperately wants a family to love once again. 12/6/2003

Pepper: is a truly beautiful longhaired female Saint Bernard. The vet believes that Pepper is about two years old. She has been spayed, is current on her vaccinations, and is on heartworm preventative. I honestly believe that at one time Pepper must have been a housedog. Whenever I let her out of her kennel to exercise, she wants to come in the house so very badly! So Pepper will only be placed with a family that will allow her to be in the house when they're at home. Pepper absolutely loves to go for car rides - even if it means just going to the vet! She will be a wonderful, loving addition to the family that is fortunate enough to adopt her. 12/6/2003

Hugo: This handsome guy has had a rough start in life. He lived his first 3 years of life tied out in a yard. After breaking free from his chain, he was hit by a car and suffered a broken rear leg. His owner opted to have him destroyed but the animal hospital he was taken to persuaded him to turn the dog over to rescue. There they pinned his leg and nursed him while he awaited transport. He is now safe with us and recuperating! Although he won't be able to go to his new home until November, pending a follow up and pin removal, we wanted to introduce him to you should he steal someone's patient heart. He is great with other dogs, cats, and children. He is sweetheart! 12/4/2003

TITAN: is a 2 year old rough-coat male ( age estimated by a vet ). He weighs in at 138 lbs., & is around 30-40 lbs. or so underweight. This boy is going to be a really big guy! Titan is already neutered, current on all shots, has been heartworm tested . He is also housebroken. Titan is a very large boy with no training. He needs someone who can handle a dog of this size, plus a person who is willing to work with him & show him the way. Titan is very willing to learn, & loves spending time with his human companion. So much so, that he has some separation anxiety issues. When he is in the house while someone is home, he is a wonderful guy, he even likes lying in the bathtub to take a nap. He will tear up the house, if left alone for long periods of time. Titan is a dog that was never taught or shown anything, so he gets quite excited when he's outside seeing everything around him. Titan is good with some dogs, but not all dogs, cats are out of the question ( they resemble a squirrel too much, in his mind! ). He's a good loving dog who needs someone to love him, & have lots of patience with him. Titan is the kind of dog who would do great if he had a job! 12/4/2003

BRUISER: is a 3 1/2 year old ( estimated by vet ) rough-coat male. He weighs in at 110 lbs., but could use to gain another 20 lbs. or so. Bruiser is neutered, utd on all his shots, has been heartworm tested ,& started on his flea & heartworm preventative. Bruiser is crate trained & walks well on a leash. He is good with children. Bruiser is a dominant male. He gets along well with other dogs. He prefers submissive males or any females. Bruiser needs some obedience training & some basic house manners. He is a lovable guy who really enjoys giving kisses & receiving belly rubs! Bruiser is a very people oriented guy, & not shy at all! This boy loves the water, & really enjoys a good drink from the hose. This guy was found as a stray, someone left him tied to our foster girl's mailbox. Bruiser will be a good family companion! 12/4/2003

SHELBY: is a 2 year old rough-coat female, with a very loving disposition. Weighs around 105lb, she is current on all shots , is on heartworm preventative, & is spayed. She is housebroken and gets along with other large dogs, however people are her companion of choice! Shelby probably wouldn't do well with cats, although if you tell he no, she will stop chasing them, for the moment anyway. She has a little separation anxiety when left alone but calms down after awhile. Listening to classical music when she is alone, helps. Because she has been moved around ,she does have some overall anxiety, but with some temporary medication and a stable home, I think she will settle down quickly. She also loves a good chew bone, loves her head petted, and especially loves to give kisses! Shelby just wants someone to love on her all the time. Are you the right family for her? 12/4/2003

Zeus: zeus is a 2 1/2 year old 120 lb. Male intact l.h. needing a new home due to the owners allergies to him. He is a well behaved saint that responds well to commands. The owner would walk him off leash as he listens so well. He is good with all kids and other dogs. Has not been exposed to cats. 12/4/2003

Marta: marta is a 2 1/2 year old spayed female l.h. 105 lbs. Needing a new home due to owner moved. She is a obedient saint that can get along with cats, but not dogs. She will need to be the only dog in the family. She is good with kids also. She had some formal training already. 12/4/2003

Annie: Annie is about 8 months old, and we believe will be a longhair when her coat comes in she was found in a neglected condition and has a slow gait that might mean a form of displasia she will be vet checked shortly and rescue will know more about her condition she is super sweet and very calm. and gentle. She is great with other dogs, and loves to lay in her dog bed for comfort. 12/4/2003

Remy: and Tico: Although they look almost like twins these two big boys are two year old brothers and have had a tough start. They were rescued together, and we would like to place these two guys together, if possible. They are good dogs with potential. A little discipline and a lot of love would go a long way in raising these boys. They have both been neutered, are heart worm free, and are in good health.....ready to go to some lucky person. 12/1/2003

BAILEY #3: Three year old Bailey comes to Rescue due to allergies in the family. A shorthaired male who is neutered, UTD on shots, and HW-negative, Bailey would like his new family to be generous with tummy rubs. Initially wary of new people, he very quickly warms up (especially if there are treats involved). Our goal for Bailey is a Saint-experienced family with a fenced yard. Other dogs are okay but we're not sure about cats. And he'd really love some kids to play with. 12/1/2003

Hardy: Hardy is approximately 7 month old male, rough coat Saint Bernard. He was found roaming the streets of Oklahoma City and someone with a big heart picked him up and housed him until he could come into rescue. Upon his arrival, he was taken to our vet's office where he was diagnosed with a severe case of Erchlicia, both ears were infected and the infection had spread to his lymph nodes. His palatte count was so low that he was bleeding internally and had to go into ICU for intensive IV antibiotics. He has since been treated and is improving daily, but as you can see from his picture, he needs to gain quite a bit of weight. Hardy is a happy dog, who's tail wags exuberantly. He shows signs of abuse and is extremely cautious of men, which his foster family is working to overcome. It appears that Hardy had never been allowed to come into the house, he's terrified to walk through the door way but is slowly coming around with patience and love. Hardy gets along with everyone and everything and has not displayed any signs of aggressive. HARDY *UPDATE 11/29/2003

Billie Jean: 3 year old LH female. Billie is loving with all people and other dogs. She is a couch potato dog and likes being with people and going for rides in the car. She is house trained and really sweet. Looking for that special someone to adopt her. If you want a Saintly lap dog, Bille Jean would be happy to be a part of your home. 11/28/2003

Holli: 12 months old, LH female. Holli is a tall, pretty puppy. Great with people and other dogs. Being fostered in a home with cats, but the cats are still hiding and Holli has shown no interest. Holli was a run loose on the farm dog and we are working on house training. She is very intelligent and learning that being a house dog has it's rewards. 11/28/2003

Rosie: is almost two years old, long hair with brindle markings. Rosie is house trained and likes to be with people. Gets along well with other dogs. Prefers being an indoor dog. 11/28/2003

Geronimo: 2 year old smooth coated male. Very active and happy dog. Would do best with older kids who have dog experience due to his activity level and size. Good with other dogs but might try to be the dominant male. Good with cats also. He is house trained and has some obedience. Geronimo is a very good boy who came to rescue because the alpha male dog in his previous home and him had issues. 11/28/2003

Maliika: 2 year old female. Rough coat. Cow faced. Super sweet and loving. Came to rescue from Alamogordo, NM. She was left there in a rest area. She will need obedience training and we are working on her house training. She is good with other dogs but a little afraid of kids. She tends to run from them and takes a little while to warm up to men. She has not shown any aggression of any sort towards either kids or men. Maliika is very laid back and easy going in the house. She is not destructive and rides well in the car. 11/28/2003

Mozart: 6 1/2 year old male. Rough coat. Mozart is a well behaved older gentlemen who came to rescue when his owners moved. He is very fat due to a thyroid problem but has started meds to correct the problem and should start loosing weight soon. Moze is great with other dogs and kids. He loves to get all the attention he can. Moze is currently working on his basic obedience in his foster home. He is house trained and not destructive when left alone in the house. Mozart would like a home where he can lounge all day long since that is what he does best. 11/28/2003

Drew: 4 year old male. Smooth coat. Very nice dog. Has some obedience but will need more training. Would like to be the dominant male in the house but doesn't need to be. Loves to lay on the couch or bed with the kids and hang out. Drew like to help with everything that you do. Would like an owner who is willing to play tug and chase in the yard with him. Came to rescue from a shelter. Owners turned him in because they did not want him anymore. 11/28/2003

SHANE: is a playful14-month-old roughcoat boy who is longing for a family of his own. He is neutered, up-to-date on shots, heartworm-negative, and housetrained. He's been with children as young as 6 months. Shane does well with submissive dogs but isn't crazy about cats. Giant-breed-experienced owners are preferred. And he'll need a fenced yard. 11/27/2003

Brandy: is a young, absolutely adorable female Saint Bernard. Sadly, Brandy's mom lost her job and couldn't afford to keep her anymore. Brandy is just about to celebrate her birthday - she'll be one year old this month! She is used to spending most of her time in the house, so she needs to be adopted by a family that will let her come inside. Brandy has been spayed, is current on her shots, and is on heartworm preventative. Her mom said that she is good with other dogs, cats, and kids. Brandy is an absolute sweetheart!! 11/26/2003

Alvin: is a very handsome, young male Saint. Alvin is very smart - he knows how to "sit", and "down" (as long as it involves a belly rub!). The vet believes that Alvin is about 18 months old. Alvin has been neutered, vaccinated, tested for heartworms, and is on heartworm preventative. He is an absolute love! Alvin will be a wonderful addition to the family that is fortunate enough to adopt him. 11/26/2003

Beethoven: is a very sweet male Saint Bernard who is at the Paris, Texas Animal Control. Unfortunately, adoptions are few and far between in this economically challenged county. Can you give him the wonderful home that he deserves? 11/26/2003

Bowser: is one cool dog! When this handsome fellow came into Rescue, Bowser had such a severe case of heartworms, he had to undergo the treatment for them twice. But he's "fit as a fiddle" now and ready for his wonderful, forever home. Bowser has a delightful personality - and he loves to roll on his back kicking all four feet up in the air! The vet guesstimates that Bowers is just under two years old. He has now been neutered, brought current on his vaccinations, and has just the cutest white eyelashes ever! 11/26/2003

Emma: is an 18-month old smooth-coat Saint. She was kept chained and isolated from her family before being surrendered to rescue. She's very happy being part of her foster family.  She's excellent in the house; gentle and quiet. Emma is very tolerant of cats and other dogs and friendly to people. She allows her teeth brushed, is good on leash, and tolerates baths. She loves to have her face, head and neck rubbed, uses a doggie door and is learning a few commands. She's a quick study. As she is an intact female and has no veterinary records, she still has to be heartworm tested, started on preventives, vaccinated, and spayed. Quite lean at 103.5 pounds, she will probably mature at about 125 to 130 pounds.  She is a very sweet girl and needs a loving forever home. 11/25/2003

Sam: is a beautiful, one year old short haired dog. He is an owner surrender and the owners assured me that he gets along well with people, other dogs and cats. Sam has been kept outside, so he is not housebroken. He is neutered, utd on shots and heartworm free ready to be placed into a loving home. 11/25/2003

Sandy: a nine month old rough coat female saint. This loving dog is very playful, loves to be around people. She does very well with other dogs and would make a wonderful addition to a family. She does need some work with house training, but could be easily trained. She is up to date on shots, spayed, and on heart worm preventative she is ready to go!!!!! 11/25/2003

Brandi: This pretty little nine month old girl is much the same as her sister, Sandy. You will find her a little more reserved until she gets to know you, but she is a friendly dog. She gets along great with her other friends and would make a good family dog. She is ready to go up to date on shots, heartworm free, spayed, and anxious to find a place to be happy. 11/25/2003

Molly: This sweet gal has had a rough start. She was found roaming the streets and picked up by animal control. She was never claimed. She was adopted by a wonderful woman who took great care of her and obedience trained her. Unfortunately, the little dogs in the house were very old and couldn't handle Molly's spunkiness. Molly is now with us and is looking for a new home. She is great with other dogs and children. She is obedience trained and crate trained. She is 2 years old. She would make anyone a great forever friend! 11/24/2003

Clarence: This BIG goof ball is such a lovable man! He loves belly rubs and loves to play. He gets along great with other dogs and enjoys a good romp. He was given up to a shelter and was rescued by a veterinary student after she neutered him for the shelter program. She could not keep him but wanted the best for him so she contacted us. He is between 2-3 years old. He loves everyone and everything!!! If you are looking for BIG lap dog, Clarence is your man! 11/24/2003

Hank: This very tall order is such a ham! He loves to run and romp and rub on you like a he was a cat! He is great with other dogs and is just beside himself to meet new people! He can't wait for the pets to begin! Hank was picked up by animal control after he accidentally got out of his yard. His owners decided to leave him at animal control. He is 18 months old. He is a roughcoat but has been shaved down for the warmer months. He is just a load of fun! 11/24/2003

Buster: This gorgeous boy has been through his share of ups and downs and is looking for a home to give him the lift he needs. As a young pup, he was ran over by his owners with their car, in his own driveway. He suffered a shattered pelvis and received no immediate medical attention. The owners returned him to the breeder and implied he was diagnosed with hip dysplasia. After receiving their new pup in exchange for Buster, the breeder soon realized he suffered much more at the hands of the his previous owner. After extensive x-rays it was determined that he had a broken pelvis. He was operated on immediately and was plated and pinned. Today he is doing wonderfully. He is on Glucosamine tablets to encourage healthy joints. He joined our group when his new owners decided he was just too big for them. He is great with kids and other dogs. He does not like cats. He is looking for a loving home that understands that he may not be up to par in his elderly years due to his hardware hips. 11/24/2003

BRUNO: Bruno is a four year old smoothcoat male. Neutered, housetrained, HW-negative, and UTD on vaccinations, Bruno is a healthy boy who favorite thing is hanging out with his people. A fenced yard isn't required. He's gentle with children and other critters. In fact, one day Bruno yawned and his foster mom's small parrot flew into his mouth. Though it caught him by surprise, and he could have chomped down, Bruno just spit the bird out. He's a real sweet fella! 11/23/2003

Joe: is an affectionate, laid-back, neutered 6-years-young roughcoat boy. His vaccinations are up-to-date and he is HW-negative and he is housetrained. Joe has been with children and likes nothing better than being with the family. He's good with most other dogs but has never seen a cat. Joe is happiest when someone is slipping treats to him under the table, hence he's about 10-12 pounds overweight. His ideal family will be willing to help him slim down. A fenced yard is a plus but is not essential. 11/23/2003

CHEWBACCA 1: Chewbacca 1 is a positively gorgeous 3 year old longhaired male who has been with a wonderful foster family for about a year and is now looking for a very special home of his own. He is neutered, up to date on shots, housebroken, and HW-negative. He has had obedience training but at 160 pounds would benefit from placement with a giant breed-experienced owner. Initially "frisky" with female dogs, he quickly befriends them. Male dogs, on the other hand, bring out his alpha side. He's wonderful with people of all ages, including children. Chewy would probably do best as the family's only pet, and his ideal home will have a six-foot fence. 11/23/2003

Tuffy: Tuffy is a 111lb male, rough coat Saint Bernard, the vet estimates him to be approximately a year old. Tuffy was found living in a barn in Eastern Oklahoma. After trying to get the boy to leave, the people contacted us to 'rescue' this poor boy. He was ridden with ticks and fleas and looked as if he hadn't eaten in weeks. Tuffy had a severe ear infection and has received antibiotics. He is dog friendly but does show slight food aggression, which is common for dogs that have been denied food. His foster family is working with Tuffy to teach him basic manners. He's doing well on house training but still likes to counter surf. Would you like to give Tuffy a forever home? 11/23/2003

Bonnie: is a two year old smooth coat Saint Bernard who was surrender to the rescue due to her owners' illness. Shortly after she came into rescue she blessed us with a litter of 10 puppies. All the puppies have been weaned and Bonnie is now ready for a permanent home of her own. Bonnie is housebroken, walks well on a leash, knows her basic commands and will be a wonderful addition to any family. Due to enough exercise she is a little high energy right now but after a couple hours of companionship she settles down and is a GREAT girl! Would you like to give Bonnie a permanent home? Bonnie has been spayed, current on all shots and is microchipped. 11/22/2003

Lady: is a 3 year old spay female. When first tested she showed signs of food aggression but as of late has not shown any signs at all. She seems to get along well with other dogs but cats are unknown. Lady enjoys meeting people and was raised with children. She absolutely loves having her tummy rubbed and is good about being brushed. She walks nicely on a leash and knows all her basic commands. This poor gal was kept outside all her life and deserves to have a family and home to call her own. 11/22/2003

Lexi: is a year old spay female. The poor gal has not had a nice life but is very friendly in spite of it. She has a bladder infection so we are teaching her bathroom habits at this time. Lexi is good with children, dogs, and cats. She is a very laid back dog and seems to enjoy just laying around. Lexi occasionally has a slight limp and she has shown some arthritis in the right shoulder. At this point in time she is given an aspirin when she limps. She only weight 71 pounds but is putting weight on nicely. 11/22/2003

Trooper: 3 year old male. Rough coat. Dominant male but good with other dogs and kids. Needs all forms of training but very people motivated so he should be easy to train. Loves to ride in the car and pretend he is a couch potato. 11/21/2003

Boris: is a 7 year old rough coated male. Came to rescue from an owner who could no longer take care of him. He is house trained and well behaved in the house but still likes to run and play when outside. Boris is very people motivated. Rescue would like to find him a home where he can finish out his life peacefully and with an owner who will give him the attention and love he deserves. 11/21/2003

Budda: Shorthair, neutered male, approx. 2.5 years old, medium sized. He is a very sweet boy gets alone with other dogs. He was left at a shelter because his owner was moving to Europe. He is housebroke and it appears that he was loved. He does have a minor cherry eye and dry eye. Because of a prior botched entropy surgery he is not a canidate for surgery because of lack of tear ducks. But all he needs is eye drops once a day, just like humans have too. His personality is calm, quiet and likes to snuggle. 11/21/2003

Buddy: is a 4 year old male the is current on shots and neutered. He is house trained and is good with people. A fenced in yard is required. Buddy is just a very laid back big boy waiting for someone to give him some love. 11/21/2003

Jack: is a handsome 2 1/2 year old rough coat male who is best described as a very happy guy. Jack was surrendered because his family didn't have the space to dedicate to this gentle giant. Jack was raised with children, cats and seems to like other dogs. Jacks knows sit and down, but that's about it. He needs work on his house manners and is not crate trained. A special, patient person who can commit to a routine of obedience training and companionship is what he needs. Saint Bernard experience and a fenced yard is preferred. Jack is to be neutered, heartworm tested and brought up to date on shots. 11/18/2003

Dudley: is a very special needs smooth coat neutered guy. Up to date on shots, HW negative, he is currently being treated for Lyme Disease and doing just fine. He knows some basic commands and is fine with the other dogs and cat in his foster home. He was turned in as a stray to shelter and thought to have come from an abusive situation. We believe he is between 1-2 years old. While he has a huge head and large paws, he is quite thin but eating well. He seems fine with strangers but unknown with children. At this time he is very insecure, wanting to keep his foster parents in sight. Saint Bernard experience and fenced yard preferred. 11/18/2003

Sassy: is a friendly almost 3 year old long haired female. She is spayed and up to date on shots. Her current weight is around 114# as she is recovering from having a litter. Sassy has been shown, but will need a refresher course in house and obedience manners. She does well with other dogs and seems to have no problems with cats. Her experience with children is limited. She is fine with strangers. Giant breed experience and fenced yard preferred. 11/18/2003

Panda: sweet baldfaced 1 year old St. Bernard. Panda adores people and loves to play with other dogs. She is a fun girl! She came into Rescue with her two sisters, both have been placed and now Panda is waiting for her new, forever home. Spayed, shots, microchip - $200 Adoption Fee 11/18/2003

Sabrina: Sabrina is a very cute, energetic dog who likes walks and exercise. Can you keep up with her? She wants to be with a family who will give her the attention she desires to give back. Sabrina still needs to see our vet to be spayed and get all her shots. She will be available for adoption by mid October. 11/16/2003

Sanger: has had all his shots and is heartworm free. He is neutered and is 3 years old. Sanger weighs 129 lbs and is wonderful with people. Since being neutered he now seems to get along with other dogs. He loves to ride in the car. 11/16/2003

SEBASTIAN: This gorgeous smoothcoat 4 year old boy is neutered, housetrained, up-to-date on shots, and heartworm-negative. A recent owner-surrender, he would dearly love a new family to play with and give him the attention he deserves. He has had some obedience training but could use a little help in perfecting his leash manners. Sebastian has lived with kids, cats and submission dogs. He would do best with kids over 9 or 10 because, at 150 pounds, he's a big boy with a rambunctious tail A large-breed-experienced family is a must, and a fenced yard is strongly preferred. 11/16/2002

MARY: is a delightful little 8 month old roughcoat female. She is spayed, up to date on shots, and HW-negative. A sweet and gentle girl, she's great with kids and loves nothing better than to romp with other dogs. She's curious about cats. Mary has begun to learn some commands. Her new owner must be willing to take her for obedience lessons. A bit on the thin side at 82#, Mary will be quite the cutie once she puts on a few pounds. 11/14/2003

DAISEY: 3 year old spayed female. Roughcoat. 113#. Shots UTD. HW-negative. Though formerly an outdoor dog, Daisey has made great progress in housetraining. Smart and eager to please, she could use obedience training. The applicant who has had experience with giant breeds is preferred. A bit reserved at first, she is a sweet, affectionate dog and she would like her new home to have a fenced yard. 11/14/2003

Adult neutered male: Saint. This is a nice big boy who is currently living in a shelter in Corinth Mississippi. He seems to be house broken and needs a loving permanent home. 11/14/2003

TANK: is a 14 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 106 lbs., & is still growing. Tank is neutered, current on all shots, & has been heartworm tested. He is housebroken & has wonderful house manners. This guy is super sweet & is a social butterfly! Tank feels that every lap was meant for him to crawl into.......he is just a big lap puppy. He is good with other dogs, walks well on the lead, & knows a couple of commands (Sit & Lay Down). Tank will do fine with older children, just because he does not realize his size. Tank's hind feet are "pigeon-toed". Our vet said that it is mainly from his diet & lack of exercise, so he is on a good premium food & getting regular exercise now, since coming into rescue. He does need to put on a few pounds, he's a bit under weight at the moment. Tank will make a great companion. 11/14/2003

PATSY: is a 4 year old smooth-coat female, but acts like a puppy! She weighs in at around a 100 lbs. or so. Patsy is spayed, utd on all her shots, is started on her flea & heartworm preventative, and is micro-chipped. Patsy rides well in the car, but could use some work with walking on a lead. Patsy is one of 6 dogs that came in from a cruelty case. She is housebroken & crate trained. Patsy gets along well with other dogs , & does fine around cats. She would prefer to go to a home with children, because she absolutely adores them! Patsy is very motherly towards them. She also knows a couple commands. Patsy would love to have a family of her own to smother her with hugs & attention! One minute she's happy to be doing laps in the yard, the next minute she's just as happy to be sitting in your lap! Patsy is a great dog with a great personality. She will make a wonderful addition to anyone's family! 11/14/2003

Bosley: Hi, I'm Bosley, I'm a 11 month old smoothie and am full of energy and play. I'm living here at Saints Heaven just waiting on the perfect family to "call me their own". I love to run and play and give kisses - all I want in return is a family to love me and give me hugs and kisses in return. I am not quite housebroken but I am almost there. I was turned into rescue by my 2nd family because they couldn't keep me in the neighbor hood that they live in. Please adopt me especially if you have children - I would keep them entertained for hours and they would sleep at night after playing with me all day. Bosley "Bosman" has been adopted by a wonderful family and is now running on the beach at Hilton Head. Bosman, we miss you - keep in touch with your rescue Mom and Dad and your Saintly brothers and sisters. We love you. 11/14/2003

Delilah aka Buster: She is 6 years old and use to being in air conditioning. She is up todate on all shots and neutered. She is in desperate need of a home with an air conditioner. She is very sweet and loves attention. Must have had her own bed or slept with her master. She loves to be by her person all the time. She has claimed me and my daughter. If one isn't around shes by the other one. Her name was Buster and I have renamed her Delilah. Buster just isn't a girls name. I think they want a boy because her collar looks like it was for a boy also. Please open your heart and home to this older girl. 11/14/2003

Daisey: Daisey is about 2 yrs. old, short hair. She needs a home with lots of fenced in room to run and play. She loves attention. Knows sit and lay. Needs some work on a lead. She will be up to date on all shots, heartworm tested and spayed. Shes very sweet and loving. She is also house broke and in need of that special home to call her own. She gets along with other dogs of all sizes. Has to ride in the front seat when she is riding. 11/14/2003

SAMPSON: He is a 4yr. 9 1/2month old sweet natured guy. He weights about 130 and needs to still gain another 30lbs. He is up to date on all shots and neutered. He needs that forever home that will love him and give him lots of attention. He is good around other dogs, cats, farm animals and small children. He just wants to be loved. Can you please open your heart for this wonderful guy? 11/14/2003

Madison: is approximately 1 1/2 yrs. old weights about 100 lbs. She needs to gain at least 30. She is a smaller saint. She is very sweet, loving and playful. She doesn't jump. She is great around other dogs and cats. Once she gets attached to you she is very loyal. We thought we had lost her, she was at a foster home and got off her chain. She was missing for 3 weeks. A woman came up to our house and asked if we could come pick up a dog that showed up at her house. She said it looks like that pointing to one of our other saints. We got there, which was about 1/2 mile from us and it was her. She was trying to find her way back to our house. She is sweet and we have not had any problems with her getting off her chain. She needs to be housetrained and will need a fenced yard. Adoption fee is $300. Madison was found to be heartworm positive. She has been treated and is on preventative. She is gaining weigh and doing much better. She is still looking for that forever home. She is the sweetest thing you would ever want to be around. Can you open your heart and home to this sweetheart? 11/14/2003

Ginger:is a 2 year old smooth coat. she is current on her shots and spay. Ginger is very energetic. She is timid at first but once she warms up to you she is a total delight. She loves kids, gets along with other dogs, but she is shy around males at first. She has been an outside dog but does well in the house. If you would like to make her an addition to your family, please fill out the online application and submit it. 11/11/2003

Blue: 3 year old male. Rough coat. Will need/want to be the dominant male in the house. He is house trained, crate trained and knows basic obedience although he is a little rusty. Blue will need additional work on his leash training and is currently being taught to walk on a head halti by his foster home. Blue is great with kids and thinks he is a lap dog. He loves to cuddle on the couch and get belly rubs. Blue rides well in a car and enjoys going for rides. Blue likes to be chased around the yard and play with people. Blue came to rescue when his owner got sick and required heart surgery. Blue is not good with cats or other small furry critters. 11/10/2003

Samson: Samson was rescued from an abusive home in Nebraska. He was left chained outside to live with no shelter from the elements. He was severely matted and suffered fly bites on his nose and feet. He has poor muscle tone in his rear legs due to improper development from poor nutrition and poor living conditions. He sometimes went days without food or fresh water. Samson is heartworm positive and will begin treatment shortly. Samson, who just turned 5, is BLIND. Because of the poor health conditions he was kept in, Samson has aged faster than most dogs. He has bilateral cataracts. He is a very gentle and loving dog who deserves a second chance at a good life. He gets along exceptionally well once he memorizes the house and yard. He can see shadows and light and things that are up close to him. We are trying to raise enough money to give him the gift of sight cataract surgery. He gets along great with other dogs and cats. He would do well with older children. He is a lovable guy in need of home that understands his special needs. 11/10/2003

Wyatt: He's a 4 mo old male saint/Shepard mix. He's neutered, good with kids, cats and other dogs. He would like a loving home to call his own. He's very sweet and very loving. Needs lots of tlc. 11/10/2003

Charlie: Charlie is a 2 1/2 yr old long haired male. He was found wandering the streets. He's small for a male, but has a big heart. He loves people and belly rubs. Not sure if he's good with small children, but is ok with biger kids. Also not sure if he's good with other dogs but has been ok with what few dogs he's met. He's very loving and definitely wants to please and be with you. He needs a loving caring home so he can be someone's couch potato. 11/10/2003

Kodiak He is a 2yr old longhaired male. He's very sweet and loving. Loves everything and everybody. Good with cats, kids, other dogs. Just wants to be someone couch potato. Just a huge gentle giant who's looking for that special someone to love. 11/10/2003

Emma: is a 15 month old, smooth coat Saint Bernard. She's a very 'shy/timid' gentle dog who gets along with children and other animals. She is somewhat slower to warm up to people, often leary of strangers, but she warms up in her surroundings and will make someone a very loving companion. Emma's family had two saints and she seems to be happiest when she has other dogs to play with. Emma will not jump, or run up to greet you but her tail shows that she's happy to see you. She was surrendered to us by her family because of the upcoming arrival of a new baby. She has no bad habits, she doesn't counter surf, shows no destructive behavior and is housebroken and extremely gentle. 11/10/2003

Mandy: 18 month old female. Looks like a smoothie but is really a rough coat who has been shaved. Her hair is starting to grow back and she will look proper in a couple of months. Mandy came to rescue as a stray. Mandy is already a dominant female. She is very sweet and loves to give kisses in exchange for pets. Mandy is very good with kids and quite mellow for her age. She will toy and food guard with other dogs. Her foster home is working on teaching her how to play with the other dogs. Mandy tolerates getting groomed very well. 11/10/2003

No-name: there is a 3-4 year old male l.h. intact 120 lb stray saint at blumig kennels in east Brunswick. He was neglected and his coat needs a good grooming. Most likely he was kept as a outside dog, and needs someone willing to work on socialization and train him for a indoor pet. He is desperate for a loving caring home. 11/7/2003

Toby: 18 month old long hair male. Large, good looking young boy. Toby is house trained, great with other dogs and older kids. He uses a Gentle Leader and walks nicely on leash. Needs continued training, but has the basics. When told to sit, he lays down and rolls over. 11/7/2003

BEN TOO: is a 2-3 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 120 lbs. Ben is utd on all his shots, has been heartworm tested , and started on flea & heartworm preventative. We are not sure if he is housebroken, but he is doing great with his crate training. Ben gets along great with other dogs. He acts like a young pup , but is also very calm too. He will make a great addition to someone's family! 11/6/2003

Sophia: is a 6 yr old spayed female . She is current on her vaccinations and is heartworm negative. She is housebroken, crate-trained, some obedience, good with big dogs and children and cats. She gets along with adult bloodhounds at her foster home. She is also very people oriented. Sophia urgently needs a loving retirement home with no small dogs (she doesn't like them licking her lips) 11/5/2003

Pebbles: came into the rescue because of a divorce. Pebbles is a VERY scared, timid 5 year old rough coat female. She is house broken and will definitely require someone a family that is very understanding, loving and patient in order to encourage her to show her true personality. Pebbles is very cautious when first meeting someone new but with patience she will eventually come up to be petted and loved. Pebbles is missing her bottom two front teeth but this does not affect her ability to eat.....she LOVES bologna. 11/4/2003

Brutus: is a 4 year old rough coat male. Brutus LOVES to be hugged, snuggled and petted. His number one goal is to have someone pet his belly!! He's a very well behaved gentle dog. Brutus loves children and appears to get along well with other dogs. His left eye 'blue' and it's quite apparent that he is blind in that eye but does not appear to be in any pain. (It's quite possibly a birth defect). He's been well fed and well cared for prior to coming into rescue. 11/4/2003

Baby Girl: is a Very well behaved love. She is about the sweetest Saint I have seen. She is good with other dogs and children. Baby needs a lot of love. She is 3.5 years old and weighs about 100 lbs. She is current on all her shot and is spay. Baby Girl would do well with a stay at home Mom or another dog in the family to be her companion. 11/4/2003

Sadie: is an adorable longhaired 11-month old female. She is just as sweet as can be! Sadie's owners had kept her in the backyard her entire life, so she's just getting used to the idea that it's okay for her to come in the house. (Believe me, she's warming up to this idea quickly!) She has now been spayed, vaccinated, and - miraculously!- tested negative for heartworms. Sadie's markings are absolutely precious - the eyelashes on her right eye are white, while the eyelashes on her left are black! Sadie's tail is always wagging. She's truly a wonderful girl! 11/3/2003

Daisy Mae: is a short-coated 2-year-old female.  Daisy Mae is spayed, micro chipped, heartworm free, and up-to-date on all of her shots.  She loves children and is accustomed to cats, but needs socialization with other dogs.  She has a sweet disposition and is extremely affectionate and intelligent.  She loves to play and has a gentle mouth.  Daisy wears the Gentle Leader and uses a doggie door.  She walks well on lead and is learning "heel."  Daisy is in excellent health, but only weighs 93 pounds.  We expect her to mature at 110 to 120 pounds.  Daisy Mae is ready to go to a loving, caring, forever home immediately. Please contact Jennifer at (402) 292-2245 to adopt Daisy Mae. 11/2/2003

Boswell: is a young male Saint, about 18 months old, who currently lives in Flower Mound, Texas (15-20 minutes north of DFW Airport). Due to his owners' marital situation, he needs to find a new home. Boswell has been neutered, is current on his vaccinations, and is on heartworm preventative. He is housebroken and loves kids, cats, and other dogs. 10/31/2003

Melissa: 18 month old female. Rough coat. Super sweet and submissive with humans. Good with other dogs but can be a bit pushy at first. Will need obedience training but is crate trained and working on her house training. Melissa came to rescue after a good Samaritan paid her previous owners to let her go. Melissa spent her entire life outside at the end of a chain. She is really people oriented and loves to lay on anyone's feet. She will also push her head into your lap for attention. Melissa is good with kids. We were told that she is also good with farm animals since she spent a week on a farm until she could get to rescue. 10/28/2003

Ice: 2 year old female. Rough coat. Needs obedience training and additional socialization. She came to rescue after her owner died and his estate transferred to the family. She lived in the owners home for at least 4 months on her own with no one else around while the owner was hospitalized. She gets along with other dogs but is showing dominant female tendencies. She is house trained, crate trained and doing very well in her foster home. Ice is really good with kids and enjoys laying in their laps. 10/28/2003

Austin: 5 year old male. Rough coat. Knows most obedience but will need to be house trained since he was an outside only dog. Great with other dogs and kids. Really loves to play. Would do best in a home with another dog and some kids to play with. Not destructive when left alone in the house. Rides very well in the car. 10/28/2003

Maggie: 3 year old female. Smooth coat. Maggie is house trained and has some obedience but will require additional training. She is very good with kids and is very mellow. She loves to have anyone pet her. She is very submissive with humans. Maggie has always been the only dog in her previous homes and has never been socialized with other dogs. She gets along with her foster housemates but does not like them to sniff her butt. Maggie would do best in a home where she is the only dog or in a home with a mellow house mate. 10/28/2003

Jordan: is a 1.5 yo (4/2002) gorgeous, true type spayed female smooth coat. Her owner had to give up all of her animals due to financial difficulty. She is housebroken and a real love. 10/28/2003

Bruno: 3yr old male, LH, 140pds, housebroken, good with kids, good with other animals, good natured, basic obedience, walks on leash. Currently being fostered near Allentown, PA. 10/28/2003

Weezie: 3yr old female, LH, 100pds, ok with older kids, good with smaller dogs, no cats, very loyal, working with trainer on socialization. Currently being fostered near Newark, NJ. 10/28/2003

Rembrandt: 2 year old male longhair, not altered yet, needs to be only dog but gets along with cats and rabbits. Was teased by neighborhood kids so no children is a must. 10/28/2003

BONO: Big-n-Sweet, this 3 year old male St. Bernard came into Rescue because his owners don't have time for him...young parents with 3 small children, etc. Bono gets along with other dogs, is good with cats and children. However, he does need obedience training to be better on a leash, and learn his basic commands. Neutered, shots, microchip. 10/26/2003

Samson: is a handsome 17 month-old male Saint Bernard who currently lives in El Paso, Texas. His dad, who is in the military, is being transferred to Germany, so Samson is looking for a wonderful, forever home. According to his mom, Samson is very smart, and fully housebroken. An absolute sweetie, he gets along great with kids and small dogs. Samson is current on his vaccinations, is on heartworm preventative, and has been neutered and micro-chipped. 10/26/2003

Gunda: is an 11yr old female who was rescued from a very neglectful situation. She was infested with fleas and ticks. Miraculously was heartworm neg. She had a large tumor in her abdomen, which was removed along with her being spay. She is loving with kids, dogs, and cats. We want to find her a forever home to be loved and pampered for the rest of her senior yrs. 10/24/2003

Brandy: is a 3 year old spay female that is up to date on all her vaccinations. She is housebroken and is completely trust worthy being left home alone. Brandy is very affection and loves getting attention. She just about wriggles herself to pieces, with joy, when she sees you in the morning. Brandy is petite as she only weights 85 pounds but is gaining weight nicely. She is definitely a Velcro saint as she enjoys being by your side at all times. She seems to get along well with cats and dogs. 10/24/2003

Mason: Mason is a one year old Saint that was graciously saved by one of our fosters. He has a wonderful temperament and loves life. He is living the good life on a large farm where he can run as much as he wants and come inside to get as much love as he wants! Way to go Mason! 10/23/2003

Lucy: This adorable sweetheart just happens to be Chuck's 10 month old daughter. She came to us after her owners returned her to the breeder. The breeder was moving to Florida and could not keep her just as she could not keep Chuck. She gets along great with other dogs and is wonderful with everyone she meets. She hasn't had much obedience training but with a little direction she is going be one well behaved little lady. She is crate trained. She is a doll and will melt your heart! 10/22/2003

Sanibel: This cutie is just a ball to be around!! She is 8 months old. Her mother was a pure Saint Bernard and the father is unknown. We believe he may be a Golden Retriever or Collie. She will probably be on the smaller side as an adult. She is very personable. She loves other dogs and is great with children and adults. She is a lot of fun and would make anyone a great dog to have! 10/22/2003

Sara: is a 140lbs., 5 yr old spayed female, who craves attention. She's been raised with small children and is dog friendly. Cats are unknown at this time. Sarah's owners are heart-broken that they had to give her up but their second child has medical problems to which the family has no control over. You will find that Sara loves long walk, big hugs, and chasing her tail. 10/20/2003

Seraphim: Sera is a 2 1/2 year old long hair female. Sera is house trained, good with kids age 5 and above. Friendly with other dogs and mini horse. She will go after small critters like birds and hamsters. 10/19/2003

Tiffany: sweet, gentle and laid back, this 3 year old female St. Bernard gets along with other dogs, is good with children and just wants to be part of a loving family. She came into Rescue because her previous owners were having financial problems and could not care for her. 10/19/2003

Angie II: is a 6 year old spay female that is up to date on all her vaccinations. She is small for a saint only weighing 80 pounds. She could stand to gain some weight but will probably not get any larger than 90 pounds. It breaks your heart to see how submissive Angie is. She is eating up the attention and love that her foster mom is giving her. Angie acts like this is the first time she has been given any attention and tends to have anxiety attacks when her foster mom leaves her home alone. This poor gal may have been abused but there is no real way to tell why she is so submissive. Due to the fact that we do not really know why Angie acts this way it would be best to place her in a home with adults and she would do much better in a home where she is the only pet. Due to her unknown past and behavior Angie will need a patience owner who is willing to spend ample time teaching her to become self confident. This sweet angel adores her foster mom and is even warming up to the rest of the family by occasionally going over to them for some hugs and kisses. 10/17/2003

Hannah Banana: from Louisiana (I didn't name her - but it fits her perfectly!) is a very, very sweet, shorthaired female. Hannah was only 7 months old when she came into Rescue last January in a big hurry! Her daddy was in the military and was deployed overseas the same week that her mommy was due to have a baby. I thought that I had placed Hannah in what would be her wonderful, forever home. She lived in the house, and had five boys to keep her company! Sadly, the parents are getting divorced, so Hannah is now back in Rescue. Hannah has been spayed, is current on her vaccinations, and tested negative for heartworms. She loves everybody and everything and will be a wonderful addition to the family that adopts her. 10/17/2003

Sable: Sable is a 4 year old rough coat. She was taken out of a very bad situation. When we found her she had no food, no water and was on a very short chain. Sable is a great girl and will make a wonderful addition to someone's family as soon as she can be adopted. Before she can be adopted, Sable will need several things done. Sable is heartworm positive, entropic in both eyes, has a severe yeast infection in both ears, is about 30 pounds underweight, needs to be spayed, has a terrible cold that may be kennel cough and has an open wound on her nose from sunburn and fly bites. Her bill at the vets is only $350 right now, but she hasn't had any procedures done yet. This cost is only for her boarding (as she is too sick to stay with us at our home at this time), x-rays, shots and a bath (she was infested with fleas). Sable has been adopted by a wonderful family that lives very close to us! We are delighted at the quick progress she has made and continue to marvel at her attitude! Thanks to all of those that gave to Sable! 10/15/2003

Lola: Lola is and 8 weeks old. She was left in the nightly drop box at the pound along with her brother is is pictured here (he was placed). Lola is a lovely little girl, loves to play, but most of all loves to cuddle. She'll even sleep through the entire night in the bed with you. She would make a wonderful addition to any home. 10/15/2003

Callie: is an almost 4 yo rough coat spayed female. She was turned in by her owners. Their children had developed allergies. She is a sweet, beautiful, true type saint. She loves kids, is housebroken and is a large female at 150 pounds. 10/15/2003

Penny: Please consider opening your heart and your home to a very sweet older Saint Bernard. Penny was eight years old in January. She is a beautiful rough female. Penny has been vetted and was professionally groomed when she went to her foster home on May 24th. Penny's owner left her behind when he had to move out of state and into an apartment. Penny has adapted to her foster home with ease. She is staying with a young male Saint, and the two of them get along very well. Introductions went very smoothly, and in no time, Penny had a new friend. Penny is housetrained and sleeps in her own crate at night. Penny will take her crate with her to her new home. Penny rides well in the car and is very friendly with people. She has had some exposure to young children, and she handled that just fine. Despite Penny's age, she is in very good shape. She runs and plays, shows no signs of arthritis, and her teeth are nice and white. Penny needs someone who is willing to love her and take good care of her for whatever years she has left. She's a sweetheart of a dog, and is waiting for that perfect family to take her home forever. 10/14/2003

YOGI: is a 12 month old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at about 125 lbs. & is still growing! Yogi is neutered, current on all his shots, & is on flea and heartworm preventative. He is also housebroken & crate trained. Yogi has been to obedience class, but could use a refresher course. Yogi is just a big love bug & is very laid back in the house. He is good with other dogs & even cats too. Yogi is also good with children. We prefer him to go to a home with older children, just because he would tend to knock over smaller children. He is not very aware of his size yet, & would have the "bowling ball" effect on toddlers! Yogi is a happy boy & could really use another young canine companion to play with. Someone who would love to be his partner in crime! If left alone in the yard, he seems to find himself in all kinds of mischievous situations. We feel if he has a younger play pal to keep him busy, this would redirect his energy! Yogi will make a great companion & a wonderful friend! 10/14/2003

Jacob: This guy has had a really rough start in life. He was found by an animal control officer in the parking lot of a local animal shelter. He was matted with feces and mud. His eyes were crusted shut with mucous. He had fly bites on his nose and ears. His ears had been burned. His ribs and bones were protruding. This poor puppy was severely abused and starved. The shelter contacted us but would not release him to us because of his unknown fate due to his poor health condition. He was finally taken into our care and he is making great progress. He is eating like a champ and putting on weight. He was groomed and shaved and is looking more and more healthy everyday. He is 6-7 months in age. He is shy but warms up quickly. He is getting along well with his foster brothers and sisters. He is looking for a very loving home. He is going to need a lot of TLC and rehabilitation. He needs a wonderful forever home! 10/13/2003

Grover: This cute guy has character! He came to us after his owners failed to claim him from their local shelter. He is such a sweet boy and will melt your heart the moment you meet him. He has a "Muppet" characteristic. he has only 3 toes on one of his feet! He is quite the lover. He is 3-4 years old. He likes other dogs, cats, and kids. He is very laid back and well mannered. Would you like to give this love bug a forever home? 10/13/2003

Evan: is a 1.5 yo rough coat neutered male. All puppy and full of himself. He was turned into a shelter for being dog aggressive. He was intact (not neutered) and I suspect the other dog was also an intact male. Since Evan has had "brain surgery" ie neutered so he can think with the correct brain, he is doing fine w/ other dogs. 10/13/2003

Hoss: Hi, I'm Hoss, also known as "Mr. Sweetie" I am a 3 year old Rough Coat male that weighs approximately 120 pounds. I'm currently living at Saint's Heaven SBR and my rescue parents (especially my mom) is having a hard time deciding to let me go. But she knows that I deserve a family that will love me for life. I am laid back but I do love to play and I am so sweet - all I need is an occasional pat on the head and lots of LOVE. I in turn will give you lots of love and kisses. I along with my parents were turned into Rescue by our owner. Please adopt me - you won't be disappointed. 10/12/2003

TOOEY: 3 yr. old, long haired female. SPECIAL NEEDS girl. Tooey spent her life in a cage as a brood bitch. She is not good with other animals (dogs or cats). But she is sooo loving with people. She is looking for all of the attention that she missed. Loves to lay in your lap and give kisses. She is crate trained and housebroken. 10/12/2003

PRECIOUS: 3 yr. old, long haired female. Precious is a petite little girl who is always looking for fun. She is high energy and loves to run and play. Ready for her forever home. 10/12/2003

DJ: 2 yr. old short haired male. DJ was rescued by a passerby who witnessed the owner of the dog beating him with a large chain. The passerby then called the police who got involved and had the owner release the dog to us. DJ is a true claustrophobic and cannot be crated. He is good with other dogs and cats. He is fearful of new people and I don't think he should be placed in a home with children. He is very loving, but takes a few days to adjust to changes. He is not aggressive, but will bark in fear as he tries to find a place to hide when confronted with new people. He is not a dog who wants to go for outings to meet strangers. He is much more comfortable and happy being with a person or couple and laying in their laps. He is very sweet and gentle. 10/12/2003

Bertie: one a half year old long hair male. This boy is big and beautiful. Because of his size, we are looking for a home with 6 foot fencing and no tiny children or cats. He's very social. House trained and learning to walk on a leash. 9/12/2003

Daisy Mae: is a 2 year old rough coat saint. She is UTD on all shots and is Spayed. She is good with one other dog but gets over whelmed with a big group. She loves to ride in the cars and go for long walks. She loves to have her belly rubbed and sleep close to you. 10/11/2003

Bruni: is a handsome, long haired, neutered 3 year old male. He is up-to-date on shots & HW negative. Friendly & enthusiastic he is friendly to all including cats and other dogs. He does need leash and obedience work. Fence and previous Saint experience preferred. 10/8/2003

Zena: & Zoe: are smooth coat sisters, recently arrived from a foster home in Vermont. They are spayed and up to date on shots. They are very calm girls, good with children, other dogs and cats. Both girls are quite tall, but very thin at this time. An ideal placement would be together. They are very close to each other. Zena appears to be the leader and Zoe the follower. Both know basic commands, were easily bathed. Saint experience and fenced yard preferred. Actual age unknown probably between 3 and 4 years. 10/8/2003

Bert: is approx 3 yr old male looking for a home. He was a stray--and seems ok with dogs, but Very interested in cats. He does know some commands. 10/8/2003

Bernie: is about 15 mo old male. He is good, but large puppy. He chased after the sheep on the farm where he came from and was going to be shot. He gets along with dogs, cats, and kids. He would make a wonderful, loving , family pet. He does need some obedience work, but walks on leash and knows sit. 10/8/2003

Sarha: is about 2 yr old female that was a stray. She was in a shelter that good too full and couldn't keep her, so she was moved to another shelter but now she made her way into rescue. She gets along with dogs, horses, and goats . She walks on leash, and knows sit and is house trained. She is VERY interested in cats! She loves to be with people. 10/8/2003

Dozer: is a very handsome, young shorthaired male. He is probably just under 2 years old. Dozer has been neutered and gets along great with other dogs, cats, and kids. If you would like to meet this great dog,10/8/2003

Daisey: Daisey is a 3 year old saint that needs more space than her owners have now that they moved. She's sweet and gets along with male dogs, and lives with a pug now. She is spayed and up to date on shots. She is a shorthair saint needing less upkeep than the long hair ones. Please make Daisey happy and open your heart and home to her. She is use to being alone 8 hours a day and is completely housebroken. 10/8/2003

Maggie: Maggie is a 3 year old longhair spayed female that is living with a 3 year old and 6 year old child. She is great with them, but the family needs to surrender her due to their jobs and travel duties now and the woman is not fond of her shedding and is making Maggie stay in the garage. Please help Maggie have the life she deserves and either foster her or adopt her she is housebroken and okay for working families. 10/8/2003

Romeo: Romeo needs a new home due to divorce and the owner travels a lot. Romeo is a longhair about 4 years old and housebroken and neutered he is a big sweetie great with kids and other dogs please consider him for your next big baby. 10/8/2003

Angie: is a 5 year old spay female that is up to date on all her vaccinations. She walks well on a leash and knows basic commands. She gets along well with other dogs and seems to ignore cats. Angie's tongue is always hanging out of her mouth but this doesn't make her drool anymore than normal. Honestly I think it adds to her charm. She should be placed in a home with children that are at least 10 years old only because she doesn't realize her size and may knock little ones over. 10/8/2003

Rootie: is a 9 month old female that has been spay. She is a very energetic lovable Saint. Rootie loves to play and is good with all dogs. She also loves kids. Kids must be 6 years or older as Rootie is very strong. We are working on the house training and she is doing very well. A Fenced in yard required. 10/3/2003

Sarasota: Sarasota has a white dot. She is 6 months old. She were rescued, along with her Mom Miami, from a home where she was abandoned in Indiana. She has a great personality and loves everyone and everything! 10/3/2003

Kramer: This cute little ball of fluff is just 8 weeks old. He came from a shelter in the St. Louis area. He suffers from a congenital defect of the eyes called entropion. This is where the upper and lower lids of the eye turn inward and rub on the eye causing severe inflammation and ulcers. When Kramer came to us he could only see out of little slits. We took him to our rescue veterinarian who performed a surgery to "tack" his eyelids up and train them to stay open. It was a success! Kramer is doing very well and as you can see, his eyes are wide open! This pup may require future surgery on his eyes down the road so please consider this if you are interested in adopting him. We are not quite sure what he is, but he is not pure Saint Bernard. Although, he looks more and more like a Saint everyday! He gets along great with all animals and children. He is learning to be crate-trained. 10/3/2003

Sophie: is ten months old and full of energy. She is great with all other dogs and cats and small children. Caution to farmers though, she doesn't like chickens! Sophie is currently living with Aunt Karen but really needs a forever home. 10/1/2003

MOLLY: is a 3 year old smooth-coat female. She weighs in at 145 lbs., but could use to lose about 20 lbs. Molly is spayed, current on all her shots, has been heartworm tested, and started on her flea & heartworm preventative. She is also housebroken & crate trained. Molly came to us because the family child had become allergic to her, & was having problems with his asthma. Molly gets along well with other dogs, children, cats are unknown. She walks very well on a lead, & really enjoys just playing around! Molly is a glutton for attention, & is really an avid butt wagger! If you feel that you are the right family for Molly, please contact us! 9/30/2003

MAGGIE-MAY: is a 18 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 90 lbs. & is still growing! Maggie-May is spayed, utd on all her shots, has been heartworm tested, is micro-chipped & on flea and heartworm preventative. She is a real sweetheart in need of a good home. Maggie-May has a great disposition , and loves people & children. She has been raised with another dog, & has patience & tolerance with cats. Maggie-May loves to go on walks, & does well on a lead. She also knows a few basic commands like; "SIT", "STAY", & "COME", but she could use a refresher course in obedience training. Maggie-May needs some socialization with other dogs, but she will do well. She barks at them at first & acts tough, but once they get next to her, she becomes a real mush. Maggie-May can clear a 4 ft. fence, so there are no hip issues with this gal! If you feel that you are the family for Maggie-May, please contact us, this girl won't last, she's young & pretty! 9/30/2003

BABY: is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 120 lbs. Baby is spayed, utd on all her shots, has been heartworm tested. She is a very sweet girl who needs some obedience training & some socialization. Baby is crate trained. She is a little timid at first, but really enjoys getting lots of love. Baby was used as a breeding dog, once she wasn't able to breed anymore, the breeder dumped her at the local shelter. She seems to do well on a leash, & seems to be good with other dogs. Baby needs to have a loving home, which she has never experienced before. If you are the right family for Baby please contact us! 9/30/2003

SAMANTHA: is a 2 1/2 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 125 lbs. Samantha is spayed, has been heartworm tested, & is current on her shots. She is also housebroken & crate trained. Samantha gets along well with other dogs & cats. Samantha knows some basic commands & she walks well on a leash. She still acts much like a puppy. Samantha will run around in circles, & up & down the stairs when she gets excited!! She is very well behaved in the house, & knows not to get up on the furniture. Samantha wants to be very involved in everything & anything that has to do with her family. She will make a wonderful companion for a great family! 9/30/2003

Joe: weighs 103 lbs. and has had all his shots. His heartworm test was negative. Joe has been neutered and gets along well with other dogs and people. He really likes attention and wants to play. 9/30/2003

Shasta: just arrived. She is about 1 year old or younger and approx. 100 lbs. Shasta will be seeing our vet soon for a checkup, spay, shots and tests. She seems to like cats, dogs children, adults and large ranch animals. 9/30/2003

Kelly: Hi, I'm Kelly. I am approximately 13 months old and weigh around 115 pounds and am a WILD CHILD. I have been spayed and am a smoothie. I love to run and play, am full of energy and mischief but I'm also very loving. My rescue Mom says I'm strong as an ox - ask her - I've pulled her around the yard. Due to my strenght, I would make a great cart dog and could very easily pull a wagon. I'm currently residing at Saint's Heaven and am happy here with all my SAINT brothers and sisters but would love to have a permenant home where I can run and play especially if you have children. My original owners turned me in to my current mommy and daddy because they no longer wanted me. Please take me home with you? Kelly has found a home in Cartersville Ga. with a wonderful family in Cartersville, Ga. She will now have three loving boys to grow up with her (ages 3, 4 and 6). When I spoke to the family tonight, Kelly was on the floor by the table watching the boys eat. She did discover that they have stuffed animals in their room and kept returning to it to retrieve her a play toy. (She now has her own). Good Luck Kelly - your Saints Heaven Mom and Dad and all your brothers and sisters will miss you. Keep in touch and know that we will always love you. Hugs and Wet Kisses Mom and Dad, and the Gang. 9/30/2003

MANDRAKE: 3 year old Mandrake is a reluctant owner-surrender (the landlord said "no dogs"). Playful and funny, this 130# boy is HW-negative and UTD on shots. He was recently neutered and is housetrained, and he knows some commands, though he could use a brush-up. Mandrake would like a family with children who won't mind being brushed by his active tail. Another dog would be okay. And he doesn't mind cats. A fence is preferred but not essential. 9/30/2003

Justice: Approximately ten month old, seventy pound spayed female with a hearty love of life and affectionate nature. Justice was surrendered to a veterinary hospital in Washington State after being hit by a car this summer. She suffered a total fracture of her hind leg and has undergone two surgeries to repair the leg. Throughout her ordeal she has been stoic and brave, and she is now almost fully recovered and ready to move on. She is playful, joyful, bright and exuberant, and will make someone a loving companion. She can be protective of her crate, and warms up slowly to some men. She is wonderful with children and loves to ride in the car. 9/28/2003

Flirt: Is a Young Female Saint About one year of age. This St. Bernard. is getting her vet visit which includes shots, spay and heartworm check I ordered her work up as soon as her temperament test came in Straight A's 'She loves people, likes Dogs and Cats, She is just a big puppy. We are in hopes her heart worm test will be neg at this time we do not know. She is in the Little Rock Arkansas area. Flirt was pick up by animal control and taken to a kill shelter. She was then move to another shelter to try to give rescue time to place her. She is a smooth coat (short hair) seems in good health. Adoption fee with out heart worms will be about $200 I will know more after she has seen the vet. About 80 lbs at this point. 9/28/2003

ISSY: is a 23 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 115 lbs. & is still growing. Issy is spayed, current on all her shots, been heartworm tested, & is micro-chipped also. She gets along very well with other dogs, she is curious about cats.....but would not hurt them, & is great with children. Issy is a bit shy at first, but warms up quite quickly & will have her head in your lap, moments later. She is not a destructive dog, & she is a very mellow girl. Issy enjoys playing, rides well in the car, and also walks fine on a lead. She is a very people oriented dog, & is also very affectionate. This girl is very sweet & does not have a mean bone in her body! Issy will make a great addition to any family!! 9/28/2003

3 puppies::: that we believe are St. Bernard/Sheppard mix. They are 13 weeks old, beautiful, and big! Two of them weighed 20 pounds when they were 10 weeks old. They don't look much like St. Bernard except the female has a black teardrop shaped patch of hair on her nose with a white streak running down the middle. We saw the daddy of the puppies and he looked very much like a St. Bernard. The mother is definitely Sheppard. Anyway, these were stray dogs who dropped the puppies in my dog house. I can't afford to keep them but can't stand to take them to a shelter. We are feeding them temporarily, but they are beginning to eat a lot! I live in North Carolina. 9/28/2003

Buddy: is a 2 year old neutered male smooth coat. This guy is a big 125 pounder. He is house trained gets along well with other animals, loves people and is ready to go to his forever home. 9/28/2003

Junior: he is 3 years old dark color full masked rough coat.  He is great With kids and other dogs.  He will be available on june 30, 2003 for Adoption.  He is very sweet and loving. 9/28/2003

Zeus:  he is a very sweet large male dark  color and a rough coat  full Mask.  He is ok with older kids. He is so willing to learn and loves Attention. 9/28/2003

Harry: is one lucky Saint Bernard! This handsome young male was rescued from a shelter in Houston just hours before he was to be put down. Harry is an absolute love - he gets along great with people and with other dogs. And he LOVES to go for car rides!!! He is very mellow, but he does bark at cats. The vet believes that Harry is less than two years old. Harry has been neutered, is current on his vaccinations, and tested negative for heartworms. He will be a wonderful, loving addition to the family that adopts him. 9/28/2003

Chloe: 1-2yr old female, LH, 100pds, housebroken, good with older kids, good with other animals, learning obedience and leash walking, very playful, was rescued from a puppy mill. Currently being fostered near Allentown, PA. 9/18/2003

Harley: 2 1/2 Year Old Male Smooth Coat Harley was turned in by his family along with his sister Jade. He is a beautiful, sweet saint bernard but he likes to climb and hop over chain link fences. His owner could no longer keep him contained and decided for his safety that he would need a better home where he could not escape or hurt himself. Harley is used to kids and seems to get along with other dogs so far, but only those folks with high block wall or rod iron will be considered for Harley. 9/15/2003

Brutus: 7 Year Old Male Smooth Coat  Brutus is a big old fellow who was turned in by his owners because he did not take kindly to the grandkids. He was great for me when I got him out to take his picture. He patiently sat in front of the kennel door waiting for me to open it, and then let me put his collar on. Brutus is slow and sweet and walks extremely well on a leash. He would do well with an older couple with no children in the home. Is that home yours? 9/15/2003

Frenchie: 5 Year Old Female Smooth Coat  Frenchie is a very active 5 yr old who loves riding in the car. She gets along with some dogs but not very well with others.  Frenchie appears to be okay with older kids and is current on all shots and awaiting her forever home. Is that yours? 9/15/2003

Blue: This guy is a real sweetie! He gets along well with other dogs, has beautiful eyes, and is expected to be around 1-1.5 years old. He needs a forever home. Blue has been placed with a loving family and is living the good life in Great Falls, SC. 9/15/2003

Mya: is an 8 month old spay female that is house broken and well behaved. She loves to go for long walks and to have her belly rubbed. Mya gets along well with dogs and cats but loves humans the most. 9/15/2003

Freeman: is a 2 yo neutered male rough coat. He is very friendly and eager to please. 9/14/2003

Baloo:- 3 yr old long haired male. He has been an inside dog and is full of love and kisses. He is good with other dogs and kids. But does not like cats. He loves car rides and just seems to be an easy going loving guy who wants somebody to love. 9/14/2003

SPIKE: is a 2 year old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at 135 lbs. & could use to gain about another 30 lbs. Spike will be neutered, current on all shots, & heartworm tested prior to adoption. Spike seems to be a very friendly guy & he is in good shape. He seems to be good with other dogs, cats are unknown. I would think he would be fine around older children, just because of his size. Spike would love to have a family who would give him lots of attention. He is just a big baby. 9/12/2003

Rose: is a very lovely longhaired female that came from a shelter in San Antonio. The vet guesstimates that Rose is about 18 months old at the very max. Rose has been spayed, vaccinated, and tested negative for heartworms. She loves to go for car rides - she rode all the way from San Antonio to Houston without complaint! Rose had a beautiful, thick coat, but it was so badly matted, and she smelled so bad, that we had no choice but to shave her down. She was an absolute angel the whole time we were grooming her! Rose loves to play, and to run through the sprinkler when the yard's being watered. 9/12/2003

Griz: "the bear" who came from a family that developed asthma and couldn't keep their dogs. He is a wonderfully sweet senior boy with the activity level of a 4yr old, so says his foster family. Gets along with dogs, kids and loves to ride in the car. 9/12/2003

Bonez: is an 11 week old smooth coat male Saint Bernard. He is a typical puppy, very energetic, playful and would make a wonderful permanent addition to any family. Bonez was born May 29th after his parents were surrendered to rescue just two weeks prior. He has been neutered, dewormed, microchipped and is current on all shots. He would be better placed to a family with other animals since he was just 1 of a litter of 10 and has grown accustomed to having built-in playmates. 9/12/2003

Bonnie: Bonnie was found roaming the streets in Charlotte, NC. She is a beautiful girl, and a smaller saint. She was taken to a local vet by a very nice man who paid for all of her shots and medications needed. He then called SC Saint Bernard Rescue and we came and picked her up. Bonnie is now placed with a wonderful family in Fort Lawn, SC where she is receiving all of the love and attention she deserves! Way to go Bonnie! 9/9/2003

Annie: Annie was pulled from a NC shelter by a loving couple who didn't want to see her put to sleep. Once they found out the suprising news that they were expecting a new baby, they knew that they could not give Annie the attention she deserves. Annie was placed with a new family in Chester, South Carolina, and is now enjoying the good life playing in her 5 acre backyard! Way to go Annie! 9/9/2003

Guss: Guss just escaped the gas chamber when he was pulled by South Carolina rescue from a Tennessee shelter by one of our fosters there. Guss is a great guy! He's about 2 years old with beautiful markings. Guss was placed with a great family on the Indian Reservation in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He's now enjoying long walks and quality time with his new family! 9/9/2003

Duffy: is believed to be 2 years old. He came into rescue as a pure bred saint bernard but due to his size I would suspect he is a mix. Duffy is an extremely lovable boy that enjoys hanging out and laying his head on your lap. He is in need of gaining weight and learning manners. Duffy walks well on a leash is a very playful boy who would enjoy having a human friend he could call all his own. He is house broken and crate trained. 9/9/2003

Molly: This sweet girl is just pitiful. She was given up to rescue because she was getting beat up by the other dogs in the household. She is very overweight and will require a prescription diet until she at her ideal weight. We want her to go to a home that will be serious about helping her lose the weight. She has a tough time getting around. She is 5 years old. She is great with other dogs, cats, and kids. 9/9/2003

Bailey: is a 3 year old neutered male that weighs 160 pounds. He is extremely loveable and wants to follow you everywhere you go. Unfortunately his owners did not have the time to spend with him that he deserved. Bailey gets along well with other dogs and cats. He absolutely loves to go for car rides and is a big air conditioner hog. He is quite the gentleman when walking on a leash although he is interested in his surroundings he would never think to pull you. Bailey would be best placed in a home with children 5 years old and up. Due to his size he is clumsy and tends to knock little ones over. 9/9/2003

Holly Berry: Holly Berry is a very sweet and lovely longhaired female who was abandoned ina remote area of Montgomery County. Miraculously, Holly tested negative for heartworms! Holly, whom my vet thinks is about 2½ years old, has now been spayed, brought current on her vaccinations, and put on heartworm preventative. Holly is still very much a puppy, and has personality plus! She is very loving, and needs to be adopted by a family that will let her be in the house with them when they're at home. Holly loves to play fetch - although I can't promise that she'll bring the ball back to you! - and is an absolute fool for a tummy rub. 9/3/2003

Missy: is a beautiful, young longhaired female. She's still very much a puppy - my vet thinks she's just over a year old. Missy's an absolute love and seems to get along great with everybody and everything. Missy was found wandering the streets. At first she was a little hesitant to come out of her kennel - she was just so grateful to be safe and well-fed - but now she's all puppy play! She loves to flip over on her back and wave all four legs in the air! She has been spayed and brought current on her vaccinations. Missy is weak heartworm positive so she will need to be adopted by a family that will agree to give her Heartgard as her heartworm preventative every month. (My vet will not treat her for heartworms. Her case is so mild he feels it would be inhumane to put her through the treatment.) A six-month supply of Heartgard will be provided to the family that is lucky enough to adopt this terrific girl. 8/31/2003

Chloe: is an 11 week old smooth coat female Saint Bernard. She is a typical puppy, very energetic, playful and would make a wonderful permanent addition to any family. Chloe was born May 29th after her parents were surrendered to rescue just two weeks prior. Chloe has been spayed, dewormed, microchipped and is current on all shots. She would be better placed to a family with other animals since he was just 1 of a litter of 10 and has grown accustomed to having built-in playmates. 8/31/2003

Joe: is an 11 week old smooth coat male Saint Bernard. He is a typical puppy, very energetic, playful and would make a wonderful permanent addition to any family. Joe was born May 29th after his parents were surrendered to rescue just two weeks prior. He has been neutered, dewormed, microchipped and is current on all shots. He would be better placed to a family with other animals since he was just 1 of a litter of 10 and has grown accustomed to having built-in playmates. 8/31/2003

Sky: Sky is a 10 - 15 month old, 'short' (in height), rough coat, female Saint Bernard that came to us from a local shelter. Sky is currently being fostered and her foster dad says that she gets along well with other dogs, large and small, likes children and has no opinion regarding cats as well as being totally housebroken. We can only say good things about her. She has as you know the one Chow "eye" thus her new name. Other than that, she is all Saint and has perhaps the best disposition of any Saint we have ever met our own dogs. Sky gets along with all our pets from the Chihuahua to the cats to the Heelers to Tim and Faith. She is eating well and playing with all the dogs. She gets along with all adults (humans) and children she has been in contact with. Frankly, I can't figure why she was not picked up from the pound unless her previous owner died or something, she is a great dog. Her only fault is that she wants to bark at the other dogs to get their attention when she wants to play. That could be any time of the day or night and so far it has been her only reason to taste vinegar, which of course works well. She seems to be healthy in every way. She shy's away from a quick hand but seems to be getting over it as she gains confidence. Would you like to give Sky a forever home? 8/31/2003

Cassius: 18 month old handsome male. Long hair, mantle coat and nice markings. Cassius is playful, loves other dogs and long walks in the woods. He is house trained and well behaved. 8/31/2003

Two saint youngsters:: 10 month old saints, Both are brother & sister and one is smooth coated male and rough coated female. Beautiful dogs. Sweet as can be and love everyone. Been raised around chickens, cats and horses & llamas. Love anything. Not a mean bone in them, BUT They have NO training. wild childs on a leash.. They also would not load well in crates would have to be manually loaded for the ride to their new home. Owner is in a severe crunch to move by the 1st of Sept. She says she would hate to put them in the humane society. All shots & worming is current. Both are AKC registered. 8/27/2003

Tiny: 1 1/2 year old male longhair, owner surrendered after 6 months of boarding the dog at a kennel...dog needs lots of love and attention and room to run freely...being fostered by kennel worker. Super sweet disposition. 8/27/2003

Hannah: a 6yr old spay female available from a private family in central NJ. She is indoor, housebroken, good with cats and other dogs, basic trained (but head-strong), walks on leash and good with older kids. Hannah is being given up by her owners since she is jealous of the 3 month old grandson that the owners care for during the day. Hannah is fine with the baby's 2 yr sister and in fact had no problems with her as an infant. The owners chose not to separate out the baby/dog while both are in the house together. 8/27/2003

Sasha: 6-9 month old female full of energy and spunk...loves to roll over for belly rubs. Being crate trained and doing well. Needs a fenced yard to contain her energy. Loves other dogs and very playful. 8/27/2003

Nina: 2-3 year old female lh, needs to be the only pet and dog in household. She is extremely sweet tempered and calm with people. Will be a good watchdog, she is big and strong so no children under age 8 for her. She would do best in a closed fenced yard so she can not see other dogs...walks well on a leash...housebroken and so loving. 8/27/2003

Miami: This sweet gal is about 2 years old. She and her puppies, Sanibel and Sarasota, were left abandoned in a house in Indiana. They are all big sweethearts! Miami LOVES to have her belly rubbed and she loves to cuddle. She is very laid back and gentle. She is good with other dogs, cats, and children. 8/27/2003

Chuck: This gorgeous boy is just reaching his second birthday. He and his mate Patty were given up to rescue because their owner was moving to Florida and she could not take them with. He is a big sweetheart! He loves to play and romp. He loves to be pet and loved. He is such a beautiful dog! 8/27/2003

Patty: This beautiful smoothcoat is just reaching her second birthday. She and her mate Chuck were given up to rescue because their owner was moving to Florida and she could not take them with. She is a big sweetheart! She is a very laid back girl and she is very gentle. 8/27/2003

GABBY: is a 2 year old smooth-coat female, but acts like a big puppy! She weighs in at around 100 lbs. Gabby is spayed, utd on all her shots, is started on her flea & heartworm preventative, & micro-chipped. She rides very well in the car, & walks good on a gentle leader. Gabby is one of 6 dogs that came in from a cruelty case. She has spent 11 months awaiting her day of freedom! Her day finally came this past Wednesday. When she got to the foster's home, Gabby just ran around doing laps in the yard, because she was soooo happy to be free!! Gabby seems to be good with other dogs, & would do well with older children. She does not realize her size, & may tend to knock younger children over. Gabby is very exuberant, but will listen when you give her a command. As of right now she knows "SIT" & "DOWN". Gabby just loves to give kisses to everyone, & would be very happy to be someone's lap dog! We are also working with housebreaking & crate training too. She will make a great companion for someone's family! UPDATE; GABBY IS BEING FOSTERED WITH A DOG TRAINER. GABBY HAS JUST RECEIVED HER "CANINE GOOD CITIZEN" ( CGC ) TITLE. CONGRATULATIONS GABBY!!! GOOD GIRL!! 8/25/2003

Sam: is an absolutely adorable young, longhaired male who was found wandering on a country road in Oklahoma. Sam had rope burns around his neck, so he apparently had been tied up for a long period of time. A very kind person took pity on Sam and brought him back to the Dallas area with her. Sam has been neutered and tested negative for heartworms. The vet thinks that he is a little over a year old. According to his foster "grandmom", Sam is housebroken, is good with other dogs and with children, and is very well socialized. He loves to go for car rides, but only if the car is air conditioned, please. (Sam's no fool!!). 8/25/2003

Pearl: about a year old, long hair female. A pearl of a girl. Pearl is house trained and gentle. Her foster home has a 6 year who girl who walks her on leash. Ignores the cat and guinea pig and likes other dogs. 8/24/2003

Gorby: 7 year old rough coated male. Came to rescue from an owner who could no longer take care of him. Would like to go to a home, mostly house trained and well behaved in the house. Still likes to run and play when outside. Boris is very people motivated while Gorby is very food motivated. Gorby needs an owner who will put him on a diet since he is so very, very fat. He really likes to share anyone's food! Needs additional obedience training since he is rusty with his commands. Rescue would like to find him a home where he can finish out his life peacefully and with an owner who will give him the attention and love he deserves. 8/24/2003

Zeus: 3 year old male. Rough coat. House trained and has most basic obedience. Great with other dogs and kids. Really just a big love bug! He is good in the house but will counter surf if food is left on the counters. He is crate trained but will need work on his leash training. His foster home is currently training him with a head halti. Zeus came to rescue because he did not make a good outside only dog and would bark too much. He hardly barks at all anymore because now he is a house dog. 8/24/2003

Austin: 5 year old male. Rough coat. Knows most obedience but will need to be house trained since he was an outside only dog. Great with other dogs and kids. Really loves to play. Would do best in a home with another dog and some kids to play with. Not destructive when left alone in the house. Rides very well in the car. 8/24/2003

Annie: 1 year old female. Rough coat. Needs all forms of obedience training but her foster home is currently working on her crate training. She is house trained. She came to rescue from an owner who was getting divorced and nobody wanted to take the dog. She has never been socialized with anyone or anything outside the family so she needs major socialization with other dogs and people. She is doing very well with her new foster home and is learning to play with the other dogs. She is really good with kids but will knock over any kid under 4 years old. 8/24/2003

Sissy: 18 month old female. Rough coat. Needs all forms of training but doing well with crate and house training in her foster home. She is good with other dogs but will try to be the dominant female. Great with kids. Cats unknown. 8/24/2003

Big Bess: Saint Bernard papered Female Champion sired, and or Champion blood line. She is approx 15 months old. in excellent health, up on all shots and wormers, tick and flea treated. Very well cared for and treated with lots of love her whole life. She has never been abused by anyone. She loves every one and their dog . Male or female, big or small she will just want to love and play with them. She loves my children and is very gentle with me in the pen. She is leash trained. She has been housed some but lives out doors in our kennel. Cats are an unknown . But I would be surprise if she did not like them as well. She has a heart of Gold, full of love. She was purchased as a show and breeding dog. Her hips were x-rayed and found not good for breeding. So she has been Spayed and will be placed as a pet only to a nice loving home. She shows no outward signs of pain from her hips at all. She runs, jumps and plays well with no trouble. She could develop problems in her hips later of course, or she could live her whole live just as she is. She just should not and will reproduce her bad hips into any future pups. Again she has been spayed. She needs to find her forever home with lots of love. 8/25/2003

Daisy Duke: Sweet, petite 2 year old female St. Bernard has lived with children and enjoys their company. She would do best as an only dog or a home with small dogs. Daisy Duke is a nice Saint who just wants a loving home with a new family. 8/22/2003

Hanna: Hannah is a very special dog. She is 7 years old and loves to stay in the house. She can be left alone for several hours a day without incident. Hannah loves all kinds of people, dogs and cats. She is the ultimate family dog. 8/21/2003

Nana: Nana is about 2 years old and has been spayed. She would like to be a house dog. She has been around children and other dogs. Nana is a very low-key dog. Her favorite hobby is to lean on you so you can rub her ears. 8/21/2003

Buddy: is 1 year old and still needs to be neutered. He still needs his shots and will be seeing our vet soon. Buddy does not like cats. He rides well in a car. Buddy was raised with children. 8/21/2003

Pixie: This little cutie is a 1 year old female smoothcoat St. Bernard. Pixie is short in stature, but muscular and one strong cookie! She will need obedience training to be better on a leash. She is a good girl who gets along with other dogs, cats and adores all people. Spayed, shots, microchip. 8/21/2003

Lumpy: is a 3 year old neutered male that weighs 150 pounds. He is truly a bundle of hairy joy. Extremely lovable, playful, and a gentleman. He loves hugs and kisses, rolling in the grass and when rubbed on his underside he rolls over and opens up into a complete giant mush. He enjoys and is totally behaved when riding in the car. He likes going for long walks, is leash trained and very obedient. After long walks he likes munching on ice cubes. He does not get distracted by other dogs, cats, squirrels or people, but if they come to close he will instinctively stand between you and them. However he does enjoy the company of children/people when sitting around the house or romping in the backyard. 8/17/2003

Glory: is an 18 month old female that was found as a stray. She had been hit by a car so her front leg needed to be removed. She was very thin and needed a lot of tender loving care. I'm pleased to say that Glory is doing wonderful now and gets around very well with three legs. She tends to be a bit dominate with other dogs so it would be best if she were the only pet. Glory enjoys being with children and love the company of her foster mom. A home with a few stairs or no stairs would best for Glory. 8/17/2003

Dixie: This very sweet girl with the gorgeous gold eyes is just 2 years old. She was given up to rescue from a home in Kansas that could no longer care for her and her puppy Mabel. We drove the 24 hour trip and brought them home to Chicago. Dixie is an absolute doll and is great with other dogs, cats, and children. She has a great personality and would make anyone a great forever friend! 8/17/2003

BEAR: is an 18 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 115 lbs., & is still growing! Bear is neutered, utd on all his shots , & is flea & heartworm preventative. He is great with children, is housebroken & crate trained too. Bear is good with other dogs also, cats are unknown. We prefer Bear to go to a home with another doggie playmate, if possible. Bear needs a family that is willing to give him lots of attention, which he lacks in his current home. He just wants someone to show him the ropes. Bear is all puppy, & enjoys romping around. He would love to have a wonderful family to shower him with lots of love! 8/13/2003

GATSBY: is a 9-month-old roughcoat male. Neutered, up-to-date on shots and heartworm-negative, he's looking for a forever home. He is housetrained. He loves to chase balls and play with his people. Gatsby would do best as an only-pet since his puppy enthusiasm is not quite under complete control. A fenced yard is a must, as is a willingness to continue the obedience lessons he has begun. 8/12/2003

Jenna: is a 6 month old female that was found as a stray. She is very friendly and loves kisses and hugs. She enjoys car rides and playing with other dogs. 8/12/2003

Charlie: is an almost 2 year neutered rough coat male. He is good with children, likes to play with other dogs and sniff cats. Charlie loves to be petted, play fetch and ride in cars. He is housebroken and has had obedience training. Fenced yard and giant breed experience preferred. 8/12/2003

ROCKY: Family illness necessitates placement of this 3 year old soon-to-be-neutered male. Roughcoat. Shots UTD. HW-negative. This handsome boy is great with children and other dogs. 8/12/2003

Happy: 1-2 year old blue eyed, half mask female, longhair, spayed thru rescue this week. Very energetic but super happy and sweet. Leash shy but working on that. Came from northern nj puppy mill. Loves human attention now and will be a great loving pet for family with kids over 8. Being crate trained. Loves to play with other saints and dogs. 8/9/2003

Brandy 2: is a 7 month old female that is up to date on her vaccinations. She is a very submissive girl that is eager to please everyone. She does have a major problem and that is submissive peeing. She needs to be in a calm setting. Her new owners must be committed to training with positive reinforcements only. Aggressive training will only promote the submissive urination. Her new owners must also understand that this is behavior is part of Brandy's personality and all the training in the world will not make it go away. Brandy 2 is also afraid to get into a car. She is with an old saint that has taken her under her wing and is teaching Brandy that car rides can be fun. She is doing much better now. Update 7/16/2003; Brandy is doing much better. She now loves to go for car rides and generally speaking her submissive peeing is under control. She will need a home that is willing to train her in obedience for I have found that it is building her confidence. She heels excellently and knows what sit/stay means. Brandy loves to meet people and has not had any accidents during the introductions so as you can see she has come a long way. 8/9/2003

Brandy: is a 7 year old spay female. Her owner had to surrender her after he went into the hospital. Brandy gets along well with other dogs but is not good with cats. She enjoys the company of people as well as children. Brandy walks well on a leash and is completely housebroken. 8/9/2003

DELILAH: is a 14 month old smooth-coat female, & is Prissy's daughter. She weighs in at around 100 lbs. & is still growing! Delilah is spayed, current on all shots, has been heartworm tested, and started on her flea & heartworm preventative. She is housebroken, good with other dogs & cats also! Delilah is absolutely wonderful with children from 2 years & up! She walks well on a leash & knows a few commands such as; "Sit", "Lay Down", "Leave It", & "You Better Not". Delilah enjoys laying her head in your lap & receiving chin rubs. She is also a very loud snorer! Delilah is very aware of her surroundings, & adapts very quickly. She is also a very people oriented dog. Delilah has a special nature about her & is very intuitive. We feel the Delilah would possibly make a great service dog with the right training. Delilah will also make a WONDERFUL addition to anyone's family! Note; Delilah & Prissy have been together all their lives. Ideally we would love it if we could adopt them out together, but we are willing to let them go separately. Not too many people in this world are willing to adopt 2 dogs at once. We know that's a lot to ask of someone. 8/7/2003

Della: who needs hip replacement surgery on both hips. She was abandoned during a divorce when she was 5 months old, and it was discovered from X-rays while she was spade, that she was born entirely without hip sockets. She is staying with an animal sanctuary, W.A.G.S., here in Michigan. We do fund raising events for her hips every week, and so far have raised around $1000. The total surgery will be $6600 for both hips. Her right hip will need to be done soon. she is a lovely girl, with a sweet temperament. Thanks very much for your assistance. 8/5/2003

Baby: 8 month old female longhair, spayed this week thru rescue. Came from same puppy mill as happy. Baby is very timid, but calm and sweet. She is being worked on socialization and human contacts. Being crate trained. Just learning how to play with other dogs and toys. 8/5/2003

Dakota: and buddy: 2 male 1 1/2 year old brothers in spca near Easton pa. Need a forever home very soon. Shelter says they are very sweet. 8/5/2003

Mabel: This beautiful pup is just 20 weeks old. She was born on February 25th to her mother Dixie. Both dogs were rescued from a home in Kansas that could no longer care for the mom and pup. We traveled the 24 hour trip and brought them both home to Chicago. Mabel is learning to be house trained since she has only known what it is like to live outside. She is a very sweet pup and is very energetic. She is great with other dogs, cats and children. She is a lover, no doubt! 8/3/2003

Caleb: This gorgeous lover is just waiting for you to take him home! He adores belly rubs and loves to cuddle. He was rescued from a southern Illinois shelter and tested positive for heartworm disease. He has been treated successfully and is waiting for someone to give him a forever home. He likes just about everyone and everything! 8/3/2003

Mickey: This unusual red Saint Bernard is just a sweetheart! He is a little shy and submissive but warms up quickly. He is great with other dogs, cats, and kids. He came to us from a shelter after no one claimed him. He is about 18 months or less in age. If you are looking for a great addition to your family, look no further! You've found the big red dog! 8/2/2003

BONNIE: & CLYDE: came in together as strays. Bonnie is a smooth-coat female, who weighs in at around 120 lbs. Clyde is a rough-coat male, who weighs in at around 120 lbs. also, but he could use to gain some more weight. These 2 dogs are both estimated around 2 years old. They both seem to be housebroken. They are good with other dogs, & we believe that they would be good with older children. They both walk well on a lead, & are very laid back dogs. They both love lots of hugs & attention!! If you are interested in adopting either of these dogs, you will have to contact the shelter. Both Bonnie & Clyde will be spay/neutered, given shots, & heartworm tested PRIOR TO ADOPTION. The adoption fee for each dog is $50 plus the medical expenses to cover the spay/neuter, shots, & hw test. 8/1/2003

PRISSY: is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 122 lbs. Prissy is spayed , current on all shots, has been heartworm tested, & started on her flea & heartworm preventative. She is housebroken & walks excellent on the leash. Prissy is a super mellow girl with an absolutely wonderful temperament, we cannot say enough about this girl & her daughter, Delilah. She is great with children from 2 years & up, great with other dogs, & even cats!! Prissy knows a few commands like; "Sit" & "Lay down". She is a very people oriented dog. Prissy loves pushing her ball around the kitchen with her nose, & also really enjoys her belly rubbed. Prissy is also the kind of dog that is just content to be lying down beside you. She has had recent surgery on her eyes, due to a hereditary trait. She will need eye drops periodically through out her life. Prissy will make a WONDERFUL family addition to anyone's home. Note; Prissy & Delilah have been together all their lives. Ideally we would love it if we could adopt them out together, but we are willing to let them go separately. Not too many people in this world are willing to adopt 2 dogs at once. We know that's a lot to ask. 8/1/2003

Sugar:is a 2-year-old, neutered male that was rescued from a shelter by a good Samaritan. Sugar is good with children and loves attention. Sugar has been an outside dog, so he is in the process of being housetrained. Sugar weighs approximately 115 lbs. This boy is not in our rescue. We have listed him here as a courtesy for this good Samaritan. 8/1/2003

Luke: This handsome gentleman has a heart of gold! He loves everyone and everything! He was saved from a bad situation from a nice lady who turned him over to us so we could find him a forever home. He lived in a pen which he injured his nose trying to escape. He is great with children, dogs, and cats. He is 3 years old. 8/1/2003

Bernadette: is a young , sweet thing that was used to have a litter of puppies and then they had no use for her. She is very submissive, gets along with other dogs, and wonderful with kids. 7/29/2003

Baby Girl: gentle, sweet-faced 3 year old female who lost her home when her owners moved into an apartment. Baby Girl has lived with other dogs, cats and kids. She is very timid at first and will need some time to build up her confidence. Definitely not an alpha female! She is on the thin side, needs to gain some weight. Once she does, she will be a beautiful girl. 7/28/2003

Jigs: Longhair spayed female, approx. age 3 years. She is a total sweetheart, was raised indoors with cats, dogs and birds. Housebroke and was a loved pet, she was surrendered because her owner could no longer live on her own anymore, moved to a retirement home. She has dry eye because of a botched entropy surgery, but just like a person she need eye drops each day. Her personality is very happy, good car rider and loves to go. Favorite position on her back for a belly rub. 7/27/2003

Murphy: Longhair, neutered male, approx. 3 years old, VERY large sized. He stands 35" at the withers and weighs 190 lbs now with age he will weigh over 200 lbs. He is a very sweet boy gets alone with other dogs and needs to be placed with a buddy. He is housebroke and it appears that he was loved. He suffered from a seizure but is not on any medication and has not had another, could been something he smelled or drank. His personality is calm, quiet, gentle giant and playful with other dogs. Very funny to see Murphy play with other Saints since he is so big the other Saints shy from him because of his size but he seems to know and is gentle not pushy. 7/27/2003

Harrison: This massive boy is quite the lover! He came to us after he was lost, wandering in the woods after a tornado. The local shelter took him in and we came to the rescue! He was a mess and we soon had him de-ticked (32!), groomed, and brought back to good health. He is a sweetheart! He is good with other dogs and cats. We would not recommend him to a home with small children due to his size. He is a friend to all that meet him. 7/24/2003

Maggie: Young friendly female, long hair. Was adopted from a shelter and family is now unable to keep her. The family has children and other dogs. Looking for a loving family home. Maggie is house trained and mellow. 7/24/2003

Tank #2: 1 year old male. Smooth coat. Very sweet. Great with other dogs and kids. Came to rescue because he killed a neighbors pet bunny so a home with no small furry critters is a must. He is currently being house and crate trained. Tank is starting on basic obedience in his foster home but the new family will need to be willing to continue training with him. 7/23/2003

Brady: This funny boy is just 8 months old. He is just one happy camper! He loves everyone and everything! He came from a shelter after his owners decided they just didn't have the time for him. He gets along fantastic with other dogs and cats. He loves kids and humans of all ages. He is housebroken. If you are looking for a silly dog with a great personality, then Brady is your man!!! 7/21/2003

BEETHOVEN 2: 2 year old neutered male. Roughcoat. 165#. Shots UTD. HW test to be done. Housebroken. Alpha with strange dogs but good with dogs he knows. Okay with cats. Friendly but protective of kids. Walks well on a leash using a Gentle Leader. 7/21/2003

HILDEGARDE: 5 year old spayed female. Smoothcoat. Full mask. 125#. Shots and HW test will be done before placement. Has had a little obedience training; however, could use a refresher course. Good with dogs, cats, strangers, and children but not real crazy about long car rides. 7/21/2003

BeBe: very sweet and loving, BeBe is a 1 year old shorthair St. Bernard who still has a lot of puppy in her. She will need obedience training to learn not to jump up and give kisses. BeBe gets along great with other dogs and seems to be fine around cats. Spayed, shots and microchip. 7/21/2003

Nancy: is a 19 week old rough coat spayed female. She is 50 pounds already. Her family turned her into rescue. They were moving and could not take her. She is all puppy. Ready to play. Being still is not in her vocabulary. We will consider adoption applications on her from families that have had Saints before. I can imagine she could do serious harm to a love seat if left to her own devices. 7/18/2003

Heidi: This sweet little girl came to us after nobody claimed her at the shelter. She appears to be about 2-3 years old. She needs a lot of TLC and a warm bed to sleep in. We are sure she has spent most of her life in a pen. She is shy but once she warms up to you, she is your best friend. She is great with other dogs, although she is afraid of them at first. She is good with kids, cats, and other people. If you are looking for a dog that you can help rescue by providing lots of love, food, and a nice warm bed or couch to sleep on, then please help Heidi. 7/17/2003

Cassie: 5 year old female, longhair, not sure about spay yet, okay with big dogs and sweet personality. 7/16/2003

Jersey: 11 month female not spayed yet, super with kids and other dogs even small. Not housebroken completely yet, needs night training with crate. 7/16/2003

Julia: owner surrender due to lack of time to train properly. 1 year old female, will be spayed shortly, longhair and super sweet. Needs basic obedience but will slowly do commands now. Grew up with babies and gets along with other dogs. Needs family with time to teach her commands and give her lots of love. Housebroken. 7/16/2003

TANK: is a 2 1/2 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at an estimated 170 lbs.! Tank is neutered, current on all his shots, is on heartworm & flea preventative, & is also micro-chipped. He is housebroken & crate trained too. Tank is good with other dogs of all sizes, & good with cats also. He is good with children, but due to his size, we prefer him to go to a home with older children. Tank has had basic obedience training. He walks well on a lead & rides well in a vehicle too. Tank is a heavy drooler & loves the water! This boy is always very happy to meet people. Tank is a very friendly, happy guy who needs a special family to love him! 7/16/2003

Monroe: handsome, happy 2 year old male St. Bernard. Monroe gets along with other dogs and enjoys the attention of people. He was not reclaimed at the. local shelter and came into Rescue after the mandatory 72 hour hold. Neutered, shots, microchip. 7/16/2003

RADAR: 4 yr. old, long haired, neutered male. Radar loves everyone and is looking for a "forever" home. He enjoys laying on your feet and sleeping upside down. Very sweet and easy to live with. 7/16/2003

KENDALL: 2 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Kendall was with Rocky and Lacy at animal control for 3 months. She is very happy, outgoing and full of personality. Loves children and other animals. She is a small girl, weighs 70 lbs. Too adorable. 7/16/2003

Wyatt: 7 mo. old male, short haired. Wyatt is the brother to Hoover and Minnie. He is very sweet, but wants to play rough. Not a good candidate for a home with small children. He gets along well with other animals and is doing very well in his obedience and housebreaking. 7/16/2003

MYA: (Molly's sister) is a 9-month-old adorable rough coat Saint Bernard. Mya is very easy going, likes other dogs and cats, walks well on a leash, and LOVES children of all ages. Mya is UTD on all shots and preventatives and is spayed. 7/15/2003

Milo: is a 11 month old rough coat Saint. He is a very sweet boy with lots of love to give. Milo is house broken and knows commands sit, stay, and lay down and walks well on a leash. He loves the water and loves to ride in the car. Milo is good with other dogs, cats, and loves children. Milo is neutered, UTD on all shots and preventatives and parasite free. 7/15/2003

Sadie: will be a year old in June, is approximately 85 lbs, and has a medium length coat. She is just about the sweetest girl you will ever meet. She is gentle, affectionate, she loves people and loves her walks. It's hard to believe that when Sadie was rescued, she did not know what a leash was and had to be carried out of the shelter! Sadie LOVES children and gets along well with other dogs and cats. Sadie is UTD on all shots, preventatives and is spayed. 7/15/2003

Care Bear: UPDATE Bear is having knee surgery to relieve the constant pain he is in. He is such a sweet boy and so loving with everyone. Donations would be greatly appreciated. 7/13/2003

Chance: This gorgeous boy is just 10-12 months old. He was rescued from a high kill shelter and couldn't be happier romping with his fellow Saintly friends. He is great with kids, cats, and other dogs. He is a big fluff ball of love! He is crate trained and housebroken. He loves car rides. He is young and needs some training but is pretty laid back for the most part. Are you looking for a young, happy Saint that you can give a second "Chance" at life? 7/13-2003

Mr. Bojangles: About a month ago we were called from another local rescue about this saint that was in a "high-kill" shelter. The other rescue group had this guy transported NC to SC so we could place him in a loving home. This guy is now living the good life with his new family near Myrtle Beach, SC. He's been through some rough times, but thanks to the love he's been getting, he's gonna be just fine! Way to go Mr. Bojangles! 7/13/2003

Rosie: is a 2 year old rough coat spayed female. She has a chocolate colored mask and nose. She's a very pretty gal. Rosie came to us from Virginia. Our colleagues in rescue needed help with a few dogs. This gal has been very good at the Rescata. She loves to play and be loved on. We're perfecting the house-training and helping her build confidence. She's a gorgeous gal in need of a home. 7/13/2003

BUDDY 3: 3 year old neutered male. Roughcoat. Shots UTD. HW-negative. Housetrained. Very nice boy. Good with most other dogs. Has had obedience training and walks well on a leash. Would do best with kids over 8. 7/13/2003

Noelle: is just under a year old and is full of energy. We think she may be mixed with Border Collie or something else equally smart! Noel loves everyone; dogs, cats people and kids! She is very gentle, knows some basic commands and learns quickly. She is a tall girl but thin and slightly built. She really needs a forever family and a fenced yard. 7/12/2003

Dakota: is a neutered male who will be four years old on July 4th. He is housebroken, crate trained, has been through obedience training, and loves people. He enjoys riding in the car and going to baseball games. He stands 36 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. 7/12/2003

Kelly: a 1 year old rough coat female. She is house trained, leash trained, and full of energy. Kelly loves attention and gets along good with the other dogs. She was raised in a family atmosphere and would make a great addition to another family. She is up to date on shots, is in good health, on heart worm prevention, and spayed. If you're ready for a wonderful addition to your family, Kelly is your pick. 7/12/2003

Barney: a longhaired male. He's 3 years old, fine with female dogs, wants attention, needs an obedience class. 7/10/2003

Brandy: is a very cute longhaired female who was adopted from an animal shelter. Unfortunately, Brandy doesn't get along with her new owner's cats, so she needs to find a new home (one without cats, please!). Brandy has been spayed, is current on her vaccinations, and has been given a six-month heartworm preventative shot. She is housebroken, knows "sit" and "down", and is very playful. 7/9/2003

Tank #1: 18 month old male. Rough coat. Mostly housetrained. Crate trained. Will need obedience training but works well for food. Great with other dogs but doesn't know his size so a home with no little dogs or toddlers would be best. Tank loves to play very rough and needs kids who can handle this. 7/9/2003

Pooh Bear: 18 month old rough coated male. Great with everyone. Will need a home with another dog to play with and some older kids who would like to play too! Will need house training and basic obedience. 7/9/2003

Blue: Blue is a big lovable boy. He is 3 years old. He is good with children, cats, and other dogs. He has had some obedience training. He is awful Blue that he has to leave his home but going to your house would make him smile. Could you help rid Blue of the blues?? 7/8/2003

Bernie: is a 1 year old Saint that is very well behaved. She is good with children over 10 years old. A fenced in yard is required. 7/7/2003

Chance: is a 3 1/2 year old neutered male. He is quite large but is very well behaved. His owner took him through 4H obedience so he knows how to heel and some hand signals. He is very good with children and gets along well with other dogs and cats. 7/7/2003

Ozzy: Ozzie is a handsome longhaired male, who is only about 19 months old. His former owners ran into some financial difficulties and turned Ozzie over to the Humane Society in Tyler when they felt they could no longer care for him properly. They told the Humane Society that Ozzie plays well with kids, likes riding in the car, is leash trained and is housebroken. Ozzie is an absolute love!! When I let him out of his kennel, it's hard for me to get him to leave my side long enough for him to go run around and get some exercise. He just wants to stand by me and get loved on! Ozzie has now been neutered and brought up-to-date on his vaccinations. His heartworm test came back a very weak positive, so he will only be adopted out to a family that will agree to give him Heartgard as his monthly heartworm preventative. (My vet will not treat him for heartworms. Ozzie's case is so mild, he feels that it would be inhumane to put Ozzie through the treatment.) A six-month supply of Heartgard will be given to the family that is lucky enough to adopt this terrific fellow!! 7/6/2003

MOLLY: (Mya's sister) is a 9-month-old adorable rough coat Saint Bernard. Molly is very easy going, likes other dogs and cats, walks well on a leash, and LOVES children of all ages. Molly is UTD on all shots and preventatives and is spayed. 7/5/2003

Sweetie: This gal was turned in as a stray to an animal shelter in Georgia. After being transported to South Carolina Saint Bernard Rescue, she was adopted by Roxanne (pictured) and is now enjoying the good life with her new owner! She runs around on a 35 acre farm during the day and sleeps in a super large doggie bed in the house at night. She truly fits her name - what a sweetie! 7/3/2003

Reno Girl: is 1 year old. She still needs her shots and needs to be spayed. Reno Girl loves to ride in the car and is very good with people. She has a very sweet personality. 7/3/2003

Missy: likes car rides but not cats. She is also housebroken. Missy was raised with children and has a very sweet personality. Missy is 1 year old and has been spayed. She has all her shots and is heartworm free. 7/3/2003

Minnie: is a very sweet rough female Saint Bernard who is currently in foster care in Eastern Pennsylvania. She was taken from the local shelter. She is thought to be between 2 and 4 years old. While in foster care, Minnie is being entirely vetted, including spayed. She is very thin in these pictures, but is eating well and should be looking much better very soon. She is a very lovely dog who is pleasant and cooperative with her foster mom. She is catching on to some basic obedience skills nicely. Minnie's foster mom thinks that she will make a very loving family a great pet. Minnie will only be adopted to a home in which she will be a family member living in the house, but be able to enjoy her time outside in a securely fenced yard. 7/3/2003

Max: is a 13-month-old rough coat saint who was rescued by one of our volunteers just in time! He has been to the vet , had all his shots, and has been neutered. He is enjoying the love and never ending bowls of food available to him. Max is good with other dogs but not to fond of cats. Max is crate trained and house broken. He loves to just relax out in the yard in the warm sun. He is a very easy going boy who just wants to please you! 7/3/2003

Kane: is a 1 year old medium rough coat saint. He is a very sweet boy. Kane is good with other dogs, cats and children. He loves to play and go for car rides. He absolutely loves the water!! He knows commands; sit, lay down, come and stay. Kane is house broken. He is up to date on all vaccinations and preventatives and He will be neutered on July 3rd and ready for adoption. 7/3/2003

Biscuit: is a 1 1/2 year old rough coat Saint. She is a real sweet girl. She is good with other dogs, cats and loves children. She walks very well on a leash and knows commands; sit, stay, lay down and come. She is a very smart girl! She is crate trained and house broken. Biscuit is UTD on shots and Preventatives and will be spayed on Monday 6/16/03 and will be ready for her new home. 7/3/2003

Buddy: is a 2-year-old roughcoat. He is a very sweet boy who is good with other dogs and children. Buddy was an outdoor dog who is now enjoying life inside. Buddy loves to be with you and enjoys playing with other dogs. Buddy is UTD on all shots and preventatives and has been neutered. If you are looking for a loving, faithful companion, please consider Buddy. 7/3/2003

Santana: Santana is a 3-year-old rough coat Saint. She tested positive for heartworm when she came into rescue. Santana has successfully completed her treatments, is doing great, and is ready to find a loving home. Santana is good with other dogs, kids, cats and walks good on a leash. She loves to be with you all the time. She loves belly rubs and car rides. 7/3/2003

Cyrus: is a 1 1/2 year old male who was left at the shelter chained to a tree. He was covered in dirt, fleas, and his hair was badly matted. He has now had a bath , trimmed up and no parasites anymore! He is good with Kids over 5 years of ago only because of his size. He is good with other dogs, cats and loves everyone. Cyrus is a very loving boy who loves just to be with people. He walks well on a leash and loves to go for rides in the car. Would you like Cyrus to live with you forever?? 7/3/2003

SASSIE: is a 4 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 110 lbs. Sassie is utd on all her shots & spayed. She was an "owner turn-in" because her owner is going to have surgery & will not be able to physically care for her. Sassie is housebroken, & can be trusted alone in the house for extended periods of time. She walks well on a leash & rides well in a car. She does not mind being handled at all, & gets along well with children & other dogs. She has not been exposed to cats. Sassie is not a chewer & does not have any current heath problems. She does have some seasonal allergies which causes her periodic hair loss. She is in a high kill shelter & can be euthanized because of lack of space. Please contact the shelter ASAP if you can help this girl!!!!! She is located in the Allegany County shelter, which is located in Cumberland, MD. 7/3/2003

Baby: is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 120 lbs. Baby is spayed, utd on all her shots, & has been tested negative for heartworms. She does well with kids, & fine with other dogs also. Cat are unknown. She is being boarded & needs to get into a home ASAP! Dogs tend to get depressed in a kennel situation. 7/3/2003

GEORGE: is a 3 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 125 lbs. or so. George will be neutered, utd on all his shots, and started on his flea & heartworm preventative, prior to being adopted. He seems to be a good boy. George acts as if he is crate trained, so we are assuming that he is housebroken also. He seems to get along well with everything. George really loves his doggie toys! He acts as if he's had some previous training, but will definitely need a refresher course. George does pull some on a lead, so he will need some work with that. He also seems to be fine with children. George will make a fine companion for someone. 7/3/2003

Harley: is a 19 month old female St. Bernard. She is very friendly and likes children and adults. She gets along well with other pets. She is housebroken, crate-trained and knows quite a bit of obedience training. Harley is happy indoors or out and loves to run. 7/3/2003

Puppies:::: These adorable little pups were abandoned along with their mom. There are only four to be placed, three female and 1 male. They were rescued from a shelter where they were going to be put down if we had not taken them. They can be placed after June 7th, when all shots and altering will be completed. Which one is your favorite? 7/3/2003

Sheena: Sheena is a two year old rough coat Saint that weighs 128 lbs. Her foster family says that Sheena is a 'big ole baby' that loves to be outdoors. She is housebroken, knows her basic commands, and is leash trained. She currently resides with another giant breed dog and several cats and gets along well with all. Sheena has been spayed and is UTD on her shots. 7/3/2003

Squeaky: is a short haired, spayed female around 1 year old. She was found roaming in New Haven and taken into rescue from the pound. She is up to date on shots & HW negative. She is good with cats and most other dogs. Unknown with children. She is very affectionate, walks well on leash and knows sit and come, but needs further obedience work. Giant breed experience and fenced yard preferred. 6/28/2003

Bingo: is a sweet 3 1/2 year old neutered long haired male. Housebroken, up to date on shots & HW negative. Bingo has been raised around a lot of children. He is kind and gentle, fine with strangers. He gets along with other animals. He loves to be groomed and eat bananas. Well mannered, but could use obedience work. 6/28/2003

Buddy : 1 year old male Saint/Collie mix. Very sweet. House trained, crate trained and walks fairly nice on a leash. He does well with other dogs and especially likes kids. Buddy enjoys car rides and hamburgers from McDonald's. He will need additional obedience training and would do best in a home with another dog to play with. 6/28/2003

Rusty: 18 month old male. Smooth coat. Saint/American Foxhound mix. Good with other dogs and kids. House trained and has some obedience training. Would do best in a home with another dog to play with or an active owner due to activity level. Needs a 6 foot fence since he can jump a 4 footer. 6/28/2003

Gabby: This sweetheart was rescued from a local shelter. She was relinquished to the shelter when her owner thought Gabby was pregnant and did not want the bother of more dogs. Gabby was not pregnant but was in poor condition. She weighed no more than 70 pounds. Today, she is doing wonderful. She is eating like a champ and gaining weight by the second. She is a real sweetheart!!! She is great with kids, cats, and other dogs. She would make a great addition to any family. How about yours?? 6/28/2003

Skye: is a darling 4 month old longhaired male. Neutered and UTD on shots, this little furball is ready to wrap his sizeable paws around someone's heart. 6/28/2003

HOOVER: 2 year old neutered male. Roughcoat. 138#. Shots UTD. HW test to be done. Housebroken. Could use an obedience refresher. Has been with other dogs. Unknown with cats. Hoover would prefer a fenced yard and a family who will shower him with attention (perhaps a stay-at-home parent?). 6/28/2003

JAKE 2: VERY sweet 4 month old male. Roughcoat. 23# and thin. To be neutered. Shots UTD. Will be tested soon for HW. Scheduled for eye surgery to correct a minor genetic defect. Little Jake will soon be evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon to determine if his hips will require surgery. 6/28/2003

Snuffy: is a wonderful 3 year old, longhaired female who is looking for a new home to call her own! She is a very special girl who loves to spend time cuddling and giving wet, sloppy kisses! She has been with children and we are told that she is good with other animals. Since she has just gotten to us, we will be testing her to see just where her compatibility lies! She was surrendered into rescue as she has had a seizure which the owners were unable to afford to get a complete diagnosis and continue her care. We are monitoring her and running tests to be able to set her up on a medically. So farshe has not seizured and is settling in well to her new environment! She is available for fostering at this time and will be ready for adoption in the near future once all of her tests have come in! 6/28/2003

Baronoff: is an 8 month old, longhaired male ready to become the next addition to a family of his own! He is a great young dog who will require further training as he is a pup and is still learning the ropes. He is good with kids, other dogs, and animals and will do best in a family who will give him the guidance and love that he needs so that he will mature into an even greater companion. 6/28/2003

HARLEY: is a 2 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 120 lbs. Harley is a really great dog. He is housebroken & gets along well with other dogs. Harley is a good natured dog & has lots of energy! He also thinks cats are too cool. Harley seems to be good on a leash & loves attention. Harley is utd on his shots & will be heartworm tested & neutered prior to adoption. 6/26/2003

DAKOTA: is a 22 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 100 lbs. or so, & still growing. He is good with cats , children , & most other dogs. Dakota walks well on a leash, & is not a heavy drooler. He seems to be a real lap dog wannabee! Dakota is neutered, & will be current on his shots & heartworm tested prior to adoption. This shelter does euthanize do to lack of space. 6/26/2003

ROXY: is a 3 year old smooth coat female. She weighs in at 110 lbs. Roxy is spayed, utd on all her shots, heartworm negative, & is on her flea & heartworm preventative. She is also housebroken & crate trained. This girl has grown up with & been around children from toddlers up to 8 years old. She is good with other dogs, but prefers to be around male dogs, more so then female dogs. Roxy is a high energy Saint & will need plenty of exercise! She could also use some obedience training. Roxy loves to play fetch with her tennis balls! She is a very loyal & loving dog. Roxy will make a great companion who can spend some quality time with her. 6/25/2003

Bruno: This handsome man is just 16 months old. He is very sweet! He gets along great with children and other dogs. He loves treats and loves to play! His previous owners gave him up because they did not have time for him or room for him to play. He is looking for a forever home where he can spend the rest of his days romping and playing with you! 6/24/2003

Bandit: This nine month old lives up to his name, Bandit. He is very energetic, playful, and would just love to "steal" your heart. He gets along well with the other dogs, he is not house trained, but could be easily worked with. He does well on a leash, likes to go for rides, but is definitely still a puppy. He is up to date on shots, heartworm free, neutered and ready to find a home to call his own. 6/22/2003

Frederick: is 2yo neutered male rough coat. He was just released to SBRF in Maryland. We are helping our colleagues in VA/MD with a few dogs. He had been held by a shelter since 6/2002. His is a true rescue. The "home" he was rescued from had 19 animals including 6 saints and a female deceased Saint. She had been dead for about a week. The shelter that held these dogs until the Animal Cruelty Case was finalized did a wonderful job with this guy. It underscores the resilience and forgiving nature of the breed. This guy is very sweet. He appreciates very much being at the Rescata. We look forward to helping him find his final forever home. 6/22/2003

Dominic: is an approximately 3 yo rough coat neutered male. He is an extremely thin 102 pounder. He's definitely a diamond in the rough. His head and body look like a Saint should. His coat and body condition are in very poor condition. Good groceries and omega 3 fatty acid supplement will help that. He is still trying to figure out where he is and what has happened. He was taken out of shelter in Georgia. He had gotten too big for his collar and has a wound that is healing on his neck from the collar being too tight. This guy is VERY sweet, but shy and needs TLC and lots of love. Dominic has made wonderful progress on gaining his confidence. He has learned to play with the other dogs, which is always a good sign. This guy is going to be a handsome fellow. 6/22/2003

Babs: is a 3 year old rough coat female. Her owner turned her into rescue because his Military unit was deployed to Kuwait. She is a happy girl with a HUGE tongue. She has 3 inches still sticking out of her mouth when it is closed. A very playful girl looking for a ride home. 6/22/2003

Amee: is a 4yo spayed female smooth coat. She is the calmest dog we have. I enjoy showing her to potential adopters as the example of a well behaved Saint. She loves to offer her paw to every one she meets. 6/22/2003

Katie: is a 5 year old spayed female rough coat. She is VERY sweet and calm. She helps look after our puppies at the Rescata. She does well w/ all animals including cats and would be a great Shepard for farm. 6/22/2003

Forest: This cutie was rescued from a local shelter after he was found running the streets. Sadly, no one claimed this handsome guy. He is great with other dogs, cats, and children. He loves to play!! He is about 5 months and is quickly growing into his "saintly" body. He would love a chance at a great life. "Life is a like a box of chocolates...you never know what you get inside".....You never know what this Saint mix can bring to yours. 6/23/2003

MO: is a 4 year old smooth-coat female, but acts like a puppy! She weighs in at around a 100 lbs. or so. Mo is spayed, utd on all her shots, is started on her flea & heartworm preventative, and is micro-chipped. Mo rides well in the car, but could use some work with walking on a lead. Mo is one of 6 dogs that came in from a cruelty case. She is housebroken & crate trained. Mo gets along well with other dogs of all sizes, & does fine around cats. She would prefer to go to a home with children, because she absolutely adores them! Mo is very motherly towards them. She also knows a couple commands. Mo would love to have a family of her own to smother her with hugs & attention! One minute she's happy to be doing laps in the yard, the next minute she's just as happy to be sitting in your lap! Mo is a great dog with a great personality. She will make a wonderful addition to anyone's family! 6/20/2003

BARRON: is a 3 year old rough-coat male. At the moment he weighs in at 120 lbs., but the vet said that his ideal weight is 150 lbs. Barron is neutered, utd on all shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. He is also housebroken. Barron is good with other dogs, & would be best placed in a home with older children, just because he has never been exposed to younger kids. He walks well on a leash, & loves to go for car rides! Barron knows a few commands like; "SIT", "STAY", ROLL-OVER", & "DOWN". He is also extremely well-behaved in the house. Barron is just a big teddy bear! He will make a wonderful addition to someone's family!! Barron has had $4,000. in vet bills, because he had to have emergency surgery. His spleen had twisted, and had to be removed. He also had to have several blood transfusions, due to the surgery. Barron has fully recovered now. We are sending out a plea to the public ,to send in donations to cover his vet bills. Please ear-mark your donation for " Barron's vet bills " from the MD/VA site. Thank you! 6/20/2003

Barnabas: is an approx 3 yo neutered, 111lb male who stills needs to gain some weight to be at his ideal. He is utd on all shots, including Bordetella. He is heartworm negative. Barnabas has a very outgoing personality and loves to be right in the mix of things. He gets along well with small children, being careful to not knock them over. He'll also let my 5 yo dress him up in play clothes. Barnabas also gets along well with other dogs, but will chase cats if they run. We don't know if this is out of play or not because we don't let it get that far. When you hand feed him a treat he will grab, but he will not bite down. I think this is due to lack of treats in the past. We rescued him from a kill shelter that wouldn't put him up for adoption due to his size. He was found wandering the streets. Barnabas doesn't seem to desire the Alpha position in our group of dogs, but I'm not positive he won't desire it in another setting. He is housebroken and has good house manners, but does like to dumpster dive in the trash can if there's something good in there. He loves to come up to for loves and hugs. He's not a big kisser, but will occasionally give you a slurp when he's particularly happy. While Barnabas enjoys romping outside, he does prefer to spend most of his time at your feet. He will bark when playing, but is not a "barker" in general. 6/20/2003

Mozart: he is a 3 year old tri-color rough coat full mask male that is a sweet heart that loves to be in the house he is still working on being house trained. 6/19/2003

Tyson: This gentle giant would make a great companion to someone who loves big dogs. Tyson is a two year old rough coat. He does well on a leash, is good with children, is housebroken but seems to prefer the outside, according to his foster parents. Tyson has been neutered, up to date on shots, on heart worm prevention and is ready to go!!!! 6/19/2003

BARKLEY: is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 110 lbs. or so. Barkley is spayed, utd on all her shots, and started on her flea & heartworm preventative. She knows how to use the doggie door, so we assume that she is housebroken. Barkley gets along well with other dogs, she has not been exposed to cats. We prefer her to go to a home where she is not alone by herself much. She tends to bark some when she is left alone. She really loves to be close to her family , & is a BIG BABY as far as that goes . Barkley will make a great addition to someone's family! 6/15/2003

MATTIE: is a 2 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 120 lbs. Mattie is spayed, utd on all her shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. She is housebroken. She also plays & gets along well with small & large dogs. Mattie does not like to be crated. She would do fine with older children, only because she will knock over younger ones. She should not be placed in a home with cats, unless she is supervised. Mattie will make someone a great companion. 6/15/2003

LUCEE: is a 16 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 110 lbs. & is still growing! Lucee is spayed, current on all shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. Lucee is good with other dogs & children. She currently lives with 4 children under the age of 6, and absolutely adores them. Lucee rides well in a car, and also walks well on a leash. Lucee feels that all dogs, know matter how big they are, should be lap dogs! Lucy has been x-rayed, & is showing signs of hip dysplasia. Since it has been caught early, it can be maintained on medication with moderate exercise. Ideally , Lucee will need to go to a home where her activity can be monitored. A fairly quiet lifestyle would be ideal, with lots of leash walks. Don't get me wrong, she will run & play with the best of them, if allowed too!! Lucee is also housebroken & is ALL personality. She will make a wonderful addition to someone's family! 6/15/2003

HOOCH: is a 2 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 115 lbs. & is still growing! He gets along with other dogs, but prefers to be around females. Hooch has a very sweet personality, & just wants someone to love him. He absolutely adores children! He also is housebroken & walks well on a leash. Hooch is utd on all his shots. He will be heartworm tested & neutered prior to adoption. His adoption fee is $120. This dog is located at the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter, located in Edinburg, VA. Hooch can be euthanized at anytime, due to lack of space in this shelter. So If you can give this guy another chance at a good life, please contact the shelter ASAP!! 6/15/2003

Teddy: is 1 year old and has been neutered. He really loves people and wants to be an inside family dog. He gets along with other dogs and likes car rides. 6/15/2003

Meg: a 7mo old female puppy. Meg has had a rough life for a 7 mo. old. Turned into the pound then adopted out and brought back after a week because they were moving. She's very loving and attentive. Wants to give you her paw all the time and lean on you, and she's very free with her kisses. She just wants someone to love and be part of a family. 6/15/2003

Brandy: is a 10 month old female rough coat. She loves people including children. Brandy has no desire to be the Alpha female. She is well fed, well proportioned, pleasant personality, a gorgeous coat and is looking for a good home with lots of affection. Brandy has not displayed any bad habits. She had to go when her prior owners brought home the new baby. Brandy is a very well mannered young dog. She is housebroken, loves to sleep on a blanket, will sit beside you for long periods of time to be petted. Would you like to give Brandy a 'forever' home. 6/15/2003

Hagrid: 4-5 Year Old Male Smooth Coat  What a big, huge, boy Hagrid is. He is a classic looking Saint Bernard with a very mellow temperament. He walks extremely well on a leash and seems to get along with everyone. He is just a huge, sweet male that wants to hang out with someone with a mellow personality like his own.  Hagrid is up to date on all shots and is neutered. 6/14/2003

Sparky: 1-2 Year Old Male Rough Coat  What a BIG, beautiful boy he is. Sparky is a giant sweetheart and an absolute doll, but is going to need some basic obedience. He doesn't seem to know his size. We are told he gets along with other dogs, but he is new to us and we are still getting to know him. He is up to date on all shots and will be going to the vet this week for a check up and neuter. 6/14/2003

Sawyer: 2 Year Old Male Rough Coat  Sawyer is a big, young, boy that was saved on his last day from a shelter in L.A. He apparently had an owner but when the shelter tried reaching them they got no response. He is a real cutie who walks well on a leash and will make someone a wonderful companion. Sawyer is a bit undernourished and needs to gain some much needed weight. He appeared okay around kids but we have yet to test him with other dogs. We will know more about him next week. 6/14/2003

Lollipop: 2 year old female. Rough coat. Lollipop is a little shy at first but warms up quickly and then is a major Velcro dog. She loves to play with her humans and she is both house trained and crate trained. She will need additional obedience training. Although she does well with the other foster dogs, she would prefer to be the only dog or in a home that will give her time to warm up to their other dog(s). Lollipop is very good with kids. 6/14/2003

Jessie: This sweet little gal is Jessie. She is a three year old rough coat, up to date on shots, is spayed, and on heartworm preventive medicine. She is all ready to be placed. 6/9/2003

Bear: 3yr old neutered longhaired male. Was a stray. He's sweet as sweet can be. Loves everyone and everything. Has found his forever home and is very happy and content. 6/8/2003

Reno: still has to see our vet to be vaccinated and tested for heartworm. Reno still needs to be neutered and is about 1 year old. He is very friendly, playful and full of energy. 6/8/2003

Penny: is about 2 years old and weighs about 70 lbs. She still needs to visit our vet for a checkup. Penny will see the vet around Feb. 8th to be checked and then will go back a week thereafter to be spayed. She is good with other dogs and likes car rides. 6/8/2003

Willow: Hi my name is Willow! I am a very sweet spayed female that will be 2 years old July 6th. My family was restationed in Hawaii and could not take me with them. I am house trained, up to date on vaccinations, great with dogs, cats, and children. I am heartworm negative and on flea, tick, and heartworm prevention. I have been to basic obedience classes and love tennis balls and plush squeaky toys. I love to retire in the evening to a nice comfortable dog bed beside your bed. 6/8/2003

Molly: This sweetie is just 5 months old. She came to us after a vet student in Missouri rescued her from her owners. They brought her to the clinic after she suffered a broken elbow and wanted her euthanized. The vet student persuaded them to donate her to the school. They repaired her elbow successfully and she is now ready for adoption. She is a smoothcoat. She is great with other dogs and cats. She may walk with a limp with some arthritis changes in the future but we expect a FULL recovery. Good Golly, Miss Molly. Won't you take her home?? For more information on how you can give Molly a forever home, please contact us and fill out an online application. 6/4/2003

Ali': This BIG girl is just 5 months old. She came to us after she was found as a stray and brought to a local shelter. She is a smoothcoat. She is going to be a large girl so those interested should be aware. She is great with other dogs and cats. She is nearly housebroken. She loves to eat, eat, eat, and play in water. A baby pool is a must for this girl this summer!! 6/4/2003

Buddy: is an absolutely adorable longhaired male, approximately 2 years old. Buddy has one of the most gentle souls that I have ever had the privilege of meeting in all my years in Rescue. He was abandoned in a very remote area that is used all too often for dumping dogs. The property owner had his shotgun loaded, and had "drawn a bead" on Buddy. Fortunately, at that moment his wife walked out to see what was going on. Buddy turned his head to look at her, and her heart absolutely melted. One look at Buddy's face and you'll understand why!! She took Buddy in and called Rescue. Buddy was in deplorable condition - covered with mange, he had virtually no hair, and was just skin and bones. Miraculously, Buddy was heartworm negative. He is neutered, has been treated for his mange, and has been brought current on his vaccinations. Buddy is a total fool for rummy rubs! And car rides - just try to leave him behind! He'll sit for hours contentedly in my van even when it's just parked in the driveway. Buddy will be a wonderful, loving addition to the family that adopts him. 6/2/2003

Shadow: is a 7 year old spay female that is up to date on all her vaccinations. Due to her former owners health problems they had no choice but to put their beloved saint into rescue. She is very lively for an old gal and loves children. Shadow is housebroken and will let you know when she need to go outside. She is hard of hearing but responds well to hand signals. Shadow loves to go for walks and long car rides. She gets along well with other dogs and some cats. 6/2/2003

Jessica: Hi my name is Jessica! I am a happy go lucky one year old. I love the outside and am able to be inside. I am looking for someone to take me in and love me. I am full of energy so I need someone willing to work with me. I like children and have been around other dogs. If you are interested in adopting me please contact Shelly Dowd. 5/31/2003

Eisenhower: "Ike" is a gorgeous ten month old, weighing in a 125 lbs. He came to us in pretty rough shape, but he has been recovering incredibly well. He now only needs to regrow some hair on his back to be fully recovered. This boy loves attention and is playful and energetic. 5/29/2003

Lady: is a beautiful, longhaired female Saint who was rescued from a shelter in the Brownsville area. Lady is heartworm negative, has been given a Heartgard 6 month preventative injection, and is current on her shots. The vet believes that Lady is about 2 years old. She is very playful and loves to be loved on. Lady is housebroken and hasn't chewed on anything. She gets along well with other dogs - and even goats! She will be a wonderful addition to some fortunate family! 5/29/2003

OTIS: is a 17 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 130 lbs., & is still growing. Otis is neutered, utd on all shots, & is on flea and heartworm preventative. He is also housebroken & crate trained. Otis is really great with other dogs & children too. Otis does know a few commands like; "SIT", "DOWN", & "NO". He walks very well on a leash, as if he knows how to heel. Otis is a very playful pup, & really enjoys lots of attention. Otis will have to go to a very busy home, because he has some separation anxiety, and is insecure with being left alone for long periods of time. He will make a great family addition! 5/29/2003

Morgan: Hi, I'm Morgan. I am approximately 1 1/2 years old with a beautiful brown rough coat. My foster parents think I am laid back, easy to work with, and would make a great addition to a family with children. I am in good health, with all of my shots, have none of those ugly heartworms, and I am spayed, ready to be placed. If you want a saint to adore you, I am your gal. 5/29/2003

GOLIATH: is a 1-2 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at 101 lbs. & is still growing! This guy seems to be a very sweet & gentle guy. He also seems to be good with other dogs, & he may possibly be good with cats .....because he ignores them. Goliath also seems to be housebroken. Goliath came in as a stray. His stray days will be up on May 17th. Goliath is at the Washington County, Humane Society, located in Hagerstown, MD. Goliath will be neutered, utd on his shots, & heartworm tested prior to adoption. His adoption fee is $120. If you are interested in adopting Goliath you must go to the shelter to fill out an "Adoption Application" immediately, so this boy does not have to be euthanized, for lack of space. 5/28/2003

Freckles: Hi, my name is Freckles. I am a spayed female that just turned 2 years old. I am house trained, crate trained, up to date on shots, heartworm negative, on heartworm prevention, good with other dogs, children, and great with cats. My foster parents think that I would best be suited in a family as the only dog with older children and/or cats, or with a large male dog. I can give you my paw and chase tennis balls too! 5/28/2003

Harley: 2yrs, LH, female, shots, 110pds, indoor/outdoor, ok with kids and other dogs, basic commands, located in Bordentown, NJ. 5/28/2003

Cloe: 3yr old female, SH, spay, shots, 100pds, ok with kids, little exposure to dogs, cats, indoor, ok on leash, basic commands, loves attention, protective. Located in Franklinville, NJ. 5/28/2003

Samantha: 2.5yrs, LH female, shots, 110pds, indoor/outdoor, ok with kids, cats and other dogs, knows basic commands, ok on leash. Located in Middletown, NJ. 5/28/2003

Moses: 4yr old, LH male, 150pds, shots, outdoors, retired show/kennel dog, ok with other pets, best with older kids, has some training. Located in Princeton, NJ. 5/28/2003

Brittany: female, 6yrs, LH, shots, 110pds, indoor/outdoor, best as only pet, ok with older kids, knows basic commands, ok on leash. Located in Philadelphia, PA. 5/28/2003

Cheyenne: 4 yr old, LH female, 140pds, shots, outdoor, good with other dogs, shy around people, best around older kids, retired show/kennel dog. Located in Wantage, NJ. 5/28/2003

Bear: 6 year old male long hair who is up to date on his shots. Formerly an outdoor dog, he's looking for a new place to call home and be a real member of the family. He's about 115 lbs, so not a super big boy in size, but in heart. He knows basic commands, and is ok on a leash. Bear does best with smaller animals and children over 10 years of age. 5/28/2003

BigDog: 5 year old longhair male in my foster care. Indoor/outdoor, housebroken, some commands, good with kids over 8yrs, some dogs and no cats. SPECIAL NEEDS due to fear aggression with other animals. . 5/28/2003

Minnie: is a one year old, rough coat female whose owners can no longer care for her. She is spayed and up to date on shots. A playful, friendly, obedient girl, she has some experience with children and other dogs. Saint Bernard or giant breed experience preferred. 5/28/2003

Daisy Mae: is an 18 month old coonhound mix. She was brought into rescue with several saints. Due to the fact that she has lived with saints all her life she is most comfortable with large dogs. She enjoys wrestling with her canine friends. Even though Daisy Mae is only 45 pounds and the size of a saint puppy she has an appetite of a full grown saint. She loves the creature comforts of a couch and enjoys riding shotgun in the car. 5/27/2003

Pierre Adonis: He is Jezebel's brother. He is very sweet and in need of that forever home that will work on training him to be the best saint possible. 5/26/2003

Charlotte: 1 year old female. Rough coat. Charlotte is house trained and not destructive when left alone in the house. She does well with other dogs but would prefer to be the dominant female. She will need additional obedience training and a home with no cats. Charlotte is good with kids and all adults. 5/25/2003

Jake: 3 year old male. Rough coat. Needs to be the dominant male in the house but otherwise good with the other dogs. Very mellow guy. Loves attention. Would do best in a laid back mellow home. Knows some obedience but needs a refresher course. Walks fairly nicely on a leash. Mostly housetrained. 5/25/2003

Meagan: This sweet gal is just 9 months old. She came to us in December as a cute 16 week old puppy. She was quickly adopted but unknowingly, into the wrong hands. She was dumped in a shelter and luckily because of her microchip, Meagan was safely returned to us. She is an absolute doll! She loves everyone and everything. She is looking for a permanent forever home where she can grow and spend the rest of her days with YOU! 5/25/2003

Henry: This gorgeous boy is just 18 months old. His previous owners decided he was just too much for them and made plans to euthanize him. Luckily for Henry, his next door neighbor decided to help him and offered to find him a new home. She called us and here he is!!! What a great personality! He loves everyone and everything! He is a tall boy and we expect him to still put on a few pounds. He is really great! 5/25/2003

Cookie: Cookie was left behind when her owner passed away from cancer. She is three years old, spayed, current on vaccines, heartworm and parasite free. She is great with people, kids, and some dogs. She is very sweet and lovable. 5/25/2003

GOLIATH 2: This adorable little Saint X (maybe Collie or Aussie??) comes to us from a shelter in Kentucky. At only 10 weeks of age, he's already making progress in housetraining. He has had his first set of shots and will be neutered as soon as our doc says it's okay. He's a playful little fellow and loves chewing on his foster mom's fingers. (She's not too thrilled about that.) 5/21/2003

ASHBY: is an 11 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 70 lbs. & is still growing. Ashby is spayed, utd on her shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. She is also crate trained. Ashby is a very sweet girl, who has lots of energy! Ashby is good with other dogs, loves to go for rides, and loves lots of attention. She will need some basic obedience training, but is a quick learner. Ashby is a smaller bred Saint,( but very well proportioned for her size ) which means she will have a longer life span. She also drools less then most Saints. Ashby is a very curious girl, & is all puppy! She is good with children, but may tend to plow over little ones. She's not very aware of her size yet. She will make a great companion!! 5/19/2003

Abbey: 5-6 yr. old tri colored spayed female saint bernard House broke, good manners, crate trained, obedience trained. Absolutely sweet, and lovable! Good with cats, kids, and can get along with other dogs if introduced slowly. House dog only!! Came into rescue due to severe neglect! All shots current! She is a sweetie who is in need of a lot of love! Wonderful dog...all she needs is a chance.. and she will steal your heart!! 5/17/2003

Madison: Madison is about 1 year old. She still needs to be spayed and have a checkup. She is leash trained and housebroken. 5/16/2003

Lexus: Lexus is about 1 year old. She still needs to be spayed and have a checkup. She is leash trained and housebroken. 5/16/2003

Sasha: is 1 and a half years old and weighs a little over 100 lbs. She has had her shots but still needs to visit our vet for a checkup. By around Feb 10th Sasha will be spayed and will be ready for adoption about a week thereafter. She is good with other dogs and loves car rides. 5/16/2003

Natasha: This sweet girl is just 1 years old! She is very lovable and is looking for a forever home. Her owner had to move where dogs were not allowed. She gets along great with other dogs and cats. She thinks everyone is her friend....will you be her friend? 5/15/2003

Bernard: This very playful pup is just 14 months old. His owners had to give him up because their newborn baby was severely allergic. He loves everyone and everything! He loves other dogs and loves to romp. He does need obedience training. He has a lot of energy so a big yard would suit him fine. 5/15/2003

Dora: This sweet gal is about 18 months old. She was abandoned and found by a nice man who helped her get to rescue. She is very good with other dogs and would do best with another dog in the household. She is great with children. She needs some obedience training and a fenced in yard would be a requirement. She is looking for a forever home that has another 4-legged friend for her to play with. 5/15/2003

Yukon:11 month old LH male. House trained and friendly. Is recovering from a broken leg. His past owner had the bone set, then abandoned him on a chain and moved out of state. Update on Yukon 1/19/2002; Yukon is having the pins removed from his leg Feb. 3. The broken leg healed well. One pin migrated to his knee and now he can't bend it. His x-ray was viewed by an orthopedist and surgery won't help. He will require physical therapy and we hope to get the knee functioning again. If not, he is very agile and gets around just fine. This dog is personality plus. 5/13/2003

Willie: is 9 mo old male that was given up due to money related health concerns. He does show some Dysplasia but mainly has hygromas on both elbows that needed surgery. He is a very good puppy and is very people oriented and dog friendly. He needs a life time commitment for love and possible health problems. 5/12/2003

Lexie: is 21 mo old. Other than her excitement with other dog's (she gets very excited when she smells or hears another dog, much less sees them) she is a wonderful pet. No chewing (out of the ordinary), not a lot of excessive barking, friendly to strangers (a little eager but not aggressive at all), gets along with kids of all ages. Lexie would like to be the center of your affection and attention. 5/12/2003

Hans: Male 1 1/2 years of age abandon . Over loaded with ticks and starved . Left by bridge where he waited for 4 days for the owner to return. We now have him bathing and eating well. He has a wonderful forever home. 5/12/2003

Saint Bernard puppies:: A male and a female both long hair, were left at a shelter and are now in rescue. Both have full masks and mantle coats. Have been socialized with children, dogs and cats. Will have spay/neuter done at 12 weeks and be available for adoption after that. Sometime in May. 5/12/2003

BABY: This little lady, approximately 3 years old, came to us from a kill shelter in South Carolina. She is housetrained, spayed, up to date on shots, and heartworm-negative. At 125 pounds she's about 10 pounds overweight and would benefit from daily exercise. Baby has good leash manners and knows most commands. She's wonderful with children. Though she plays nicely with other submissive dogs, our ideal family would have no other pets as Baby prefers all the attention for herself. She's VERY affectionate and likes nothing better than leaning on her people. A fence isn't necessary, but no cats please. 5/10/2003

Wyatt: Wyatt is another owner surrender who's only fault was to grow into a full size Saint and got "too big". He is 14 months old and a smooth coat. He has been neutered and is scheduled to have his shots tomorrow (1/18/02). He has very little training and is somewhat lacking in " manners", nothing that a little work wouldnt fix. He is housebroken and gets along well with other dogs and children. He has had limited exposure to cats and so far has not reacted at all but we are not 100% sure of his attitude towards them. He is a very " high energy" dog who loves to runs and play incessently. He is not a dog for someone looking for a couch potato. He is in excellent health but is a little underweight but that is being addressed. 5/9/2003

FRED: Fred recently joined us after being sprung from a South Carolina kill shelter. He's neutered, housebroken, up to date on shots and HW-negative. He weighs about 140#. Fred has only one eye as someone poked his left eye with a stick. The eyeball had to be removed and his eyelid is sutured closed. His "handicap" doesn't seem to slow him down. Fred's a tall boy with lots of energy. He loves to run and play and chase balls. He has had obedience training and loves to go for walks and car rides. He's good with other dogs and he adores cats. 5/7/2003

Niko: 5 year old LH female. House trained, leash trained and pulls a cart. Great with male dogs, but not female dogs. Likes cats and children 8 and above. Niko wants to be a lap dog. Looking for a perfect family to adopt. 5/6/2003

BUBBALOU: Lovable, lazy lapdog, this 5 year old male is looking for someone to love, and someone to love him. He is a BIG boy - if you want a St. Bernard - this is your guy! Adult home preferred, no small kids to trample 5/6/2003

Jezebel Ivana: She will be 6 weeks old on May 12 and 8 weeks on May 26. They are very sweet full blooded saints. 5/6/2003

Heidi Keilana: She is the sister to the two above and also will need that forever home. 5/6/2003

Hercules: He is a 3 yr. old neutered male. Was heartworm positive, has gone through treatment and is on preventative. Is up to date on all shots. He weighs 138 lbs. and obedience trained. He knows sit, down, stay, shake and walks on lead without pulling. A 9 yr. old has walked him with no problems. He is a sweet gut, who needs loving. Can you please open your heart and home to this guy? 5/6/2003

Atticus: is an 8 mo old neutered male Saint/ Great Pyrenees mix. He is going to be a large boy. He's 102 pounds already. This guy is very friendly with people, does well with children and is learning to respect cats. 5/5/2003

Hope: she is 4 years old and I would like to find a good home for her. She is very sweet and social and quite a talker, loves people& other animals I would like to find a home with lots of love and other animals to play with. 5/5/2003

Benjamin: 10 month old male. Long Haired. Benjamin is a happy, silly, puppy - looking to play and party all day. Gets along very well with other dogs and is crate trained. He is starting obedience training and gets a gold star for his Sit/Stay. Very loving but needs a home who will continue his obedience training. 5/5/2003

Delila: Delila is a beautiful rough coat who will be 2 in June. She is good with children and likes male dogs. Cats are unknown. She loves to ride in the car and is very playful. 5/5/2003

Savannah: Savannah is a 1-year-old spayed, medium coat female. She is very sweet and loving. She is somewhat insecure in her new environment and likes to follow you around the house. She likes other dogs, is good with kids, and enjoys car rides. She currently weights approx. 95 lbs, but is still growing. 5/5/2003

Chloe: Chloe is a 2-year-old spayed, short-haired female. Chloe was reluctantly given up by her family after her owner was diagnosed with cancer. Chloe prefers women and LOVES children of all ages. She is a beautiful girl with excellent manners. 5/5/2003

CHEWBACCA 2: This handsome 2 year old boy was rescued from a kill shelter in North Carolina. He came to us with heartworm disease, bilateral ear infections and a punctured eardrum. Chewy has been abused and is a bit hand-shy. We've treated the heartworm infestation and the ear infections. He's been neutered. And we're working on rebuilding his confidence. Chewy knows some commands and walks well on a leash. He'd do best in a home without cats or other small animals, and with older kids only because of his size. The ideal family will be patient as Chewy recovers from his ordeal and learns to trust again. 5/5/2003

BJ: This handsome longhaired boy is 22 months old, neutered and housetrained. He's healthy, up to date on shots and HW-negative. At 115, he's at least 20 pounds underweight. BJ came to Rescue when his owner was killed in a car accident. He misses the companionship of his owner and would very much like to be part of a family again. BJ is a lovely dog who enjoys car rides and hugs. (Give him a piece of cheese and he'll be your friend for life.) BJ has been around children as young as an infant. He's friendly with most other dogs (unknown with cats). Although a fence is preferred, he would do well in a household without a fence as long as his humans will walk him. 5/5/2003

Ryker: is a very handsome shorthaired male. Ryker was turned in to a high-kill shelter by his owners, who said that they were moving and were unable to take him with them. Ryker is an absolute love! Approximately 3 years old, he is so grateful for any attention that he receives. Ryker's favorite things are to rubbed on, to be brushed, and to go for car rides. Ryker has now been neutered and brought current on his vaccinations. Ryker's heartworm test came back a very weak positive, so he will only be adopted out to a family that will agree to give him Heartgard as his monthly heartworm preventative. (My vet will not treat him for heartworms. Ryker's case is so mild, he feels that it would be inhumane to put Ryker through the treatment.) A six-month supply of Heartgard will be given to the family that is lucky enough to adopt this terrific fellow! 5/3/2003

Sweetie: is an absolutely beautiful, longhaired female. The vet believes that she is about two years old. Someone had abandoned Sweetie in the parking lot of a local animal shelter - they didn't even have the decency to take her inside. When I rescued Sweetie, she was covered with mange. She had lost most of her hair and was scratching like crazy. Just look at her gorgeous coat now!! Sweetie has now been spayed, and has been given all her shots. Sweetie is an absolute love! She gets along great with children, and with other large dogs. Sweetie needs to be adopted by a family that will let her be in the house when they are at home -she loves people, and she won't be happy if she's just left outside by herself all the time. Sweetie will be a wonderful, loving addition to the lucky family that adopts her. 5/3/2003

Roxy: is a 9 mo old spayed female smooth coat. She is all puppy! Her family turned her into rescue for being inadvertently rough with their child i.e. knocking down a toddler. I'm taking her to the Rescata to let her run a bit and go to "Hans' school". 5/2/2003

Abby: 1 1/2 Year Old Female Rough Coat is a big thick girl who is going to need obedience training. She is extremely strong and can easily pull you on the leash. She loves to give kisses and is very friendly and outgoing with people. Abby will need a dedicated family that has no other dogs since she doesn't get along with them well. 5/2/2003

Zayla: 1-2 Year Old Female Rough Coat Mix is a sweet, sweet girl who looks to be a Saint/Golden mix. She has the Saint temperament down pat. She was turned in to a local shelter with her friend Disco because the family said they no longer had time for them. She rides well in the car and so far appears to get along great with other dogs and kids. Zayla is approximately 104 lbs, spayed and current on all shots. She will make someone a wonderful pet is that you? 5/2/2003

Evie: 18 Month Old Female Rough Coat is our 18 month old rough coat that came from the East Valley shelter. She is very cute & she's not full grown yet. The sweetheart is not too big...but very much a saint. Evie is scared to death in the shelter. They said she is animal aggressive. She flipped over on her belly to get some lovin' when they brought her into the adoption area. I think she's just a scared puppy. We'll provide further information as soon as we get to spend some quality time with her and see how she interacts with children and another animals. Update; Evie is a LOVE! She is 18 months old & is still growing. She weighs 91 lbs right now & has beautiful coloring. We picked her up from the vet today, she had just been spayed the evening prior & was still a little groggy & sore...she curled up in the backseat & snored the whole way to the kennel! Too cute. She gave me sweet kisses& has brown puppy-dog eyes that will absolutely melt your heart. Evie is very eager to please. She doesn't seem to do well with other animals, so Evie should go to a one-dog home. 5/2/2003

Pasha: 4 Year Old Male Rough Coat is a 4 year old male rough coat (longhair) Pasha was in a loving family that was unable to keep him because they were moving into a smaller home, actually a town home. Pasha needs a larger home with a yard and an active family. He is a very big boy, and very strong. He knows basic obedience and loves belly rubs! He is house trained and great in the house. Pasha is not for the first time big dog owner, he is a very large saint that requires somebody that understands and respects their sheer size and power. He loves everybody and is good with kids. He does not seem to like other dogs, so we think he would do best as an only dog, but we might consider another dog if it is a good match with him and female. 5/2/2003

Duke: 5 Year Old Male Rough Coat just came to us - his owners were moving and could not take him with them. Duke is a healthy 5 year old male. He is a little overweight and our volunteers are such suckers that he continues to somehow obtain cheeseburgers from them. Duke knows some basic commands and is very easy to walk on a leash. His hair has beautiful dark brown coloring that would definitely match the furniture in your house. He seems to be fine with children and adults. We don't know how he is with other dogs or cats yet, but so far he has shown no signs of aggression towards anything. Don't make Duke stay in our kennel. Fill out an application, make an appointment, and take this sweet guy home. 5/2/2003

Bailey: 2-3 Year Old Female Rough Coat is a sweet & mellow girl. She was found in the Lancaster/Palmdale area with her friend, Buddy, and both were turned in to the local pound. Since she was already spayed and had a microchip, the shelter contacted her owner, who no longer wanted the dogs for reasons unknown, so they contacted us. Bailey was well-fed and knows basic obedience commands, although it's going to take more than one bath to get her looking as pretty as she needs to be. Bailey apparently likes to go places in the car. As soon as one of our volunteers opened her SUV door, she didn't hesitate to jump inside and make herself comfortable. She walks well on the leash and doesn't pull. After some grooming, all Bailey will need is a loving family that will give her the attention she desires. May need to be only dog. 5/2/2003

Sarah: Hi! My name is Sarah and I am looking for a loving forever home. I like other dogs and enjoy kids. I am also house trained and able to be crated. I am sweet and energetic. I have been treated for heart worms but I am in great health now. The only thing I need is someone to love me and make me their pet. Right now I am in Lafayette, LA. If you think I maybe right for you please contact Shelly Dowd. 5/2/2003

a very gentle and a very clean Saint. Abby is spay and current on her shots. A fenced in area is required. 4/30/2003

Scrappy: is a 5 month old male saint that was given up by his family due to his deformed leg. His front leg is so badly deformed that he is not able to use it. Scrappy is very sweet and enjoys playing with other dogs and cats. A home without stairs will be needed. 4/29/2003

Rocky: is a 4 1/2 month old rough coat male saint bernard. He is very playful and is doing well with basic commands as well as housebreaking. He enjoys riding in the car and of course playing with children and other animals. 4/29/2003

Pumpkin: is a 6 year old spay female that was given up by her owners because they found they didn't have enough time for her. She is very well behaved and is very good with young children. Also she likes other dogs and cats. Pumpkin walks well on a leash and is trust worthy when left at home alone. 4/29/2003

Gus: 18 month old male. Rough coat. Good with kids and other dogs. Needs obedience training and house training. Loves to give and receive hugs and definitely thinks he is a lap dog. 4/29/2003

Snowflake: 2 1/2 year old female. Smooth coat. Great with other dogs and kids. Very mellow. Can jump a 4 ft. fence so will require a 6 ft. fence. House trained, crate trained and learning obedience. Snowflake thinks she is a lap dog and loves to give sloppy kisses. 4/29/2003

Blue: is an almost 3 year old smooth coat female with striking blue eyes & a hospice ear. She is spayed and up to date on shots. She is an enthusiastic player, not quite aware of her 140+ pounds. She is good with children and other dogs, however her size must be taken into consideration. Previous Saint experience and a fenced yard would be preferred. 4/29/2003

BRANDY: beautiful 3 year old female St. Bernard. Brandy is a finished champion whose owners moved and couldn't take her with them. Brandy is very loving, good with children and other dogs. She does need a home without cats. Brandy has colitis and will need to remain on the same food to avoid any flare-ups. Spayed, shots, Microchip. 4/28/2003

Maddie: Beautiful long hair female about 2 years old. This girl is a looker, a splash coat with mahogany and the color is outlined with black edging. Suspect she has show dog lines behind her. Maddie is also very sweet. Has been around children, other dogs and cats. She is housetrained. 4/26/2003

Misty Dawn: Misty is about 7 weeks old. She is a very sweet and loving girl. She loves to chew on her toys. She will need a good forever home, that can provide her with the guidance to grow and be a great companion. She will have to have training and be house trained. 4/26/2003

Lollipop: Lollipop is a 18 month old female smooth coat. She has been surrendered by her owner. She is current on all shots and has been spayed. She is definitely an indoor dog and is completely housebroken. She gets along fine with all other dogs, large and small but her reaction to cats is not known. She has not had a great deal of training and does not walk well on a leash. She also has " an earth moving addiction" and can dig very large holes at times. Lollipop is a rather timid dog around strangers but she will slowly warm up to new people. Once you have gained her confidence she is very affectionate and loving. She is great with children. Lollipop was very well cared for by her former owner and is in great shape. She would make a wonderful addition to any family. 4/25/2003

Zeus: 5 year old male. Smooth coat. Very sweet and mellow. Great in the house and not destructive. Does a perfect rug imitation. Great with kids but prefers to ignore the other dogs. Would probably do best in a laid back, mellow home. Would like to be the only dog or have a mellow house mate. House trained, crate trained and obedience trained. Rides very well in the car. 4/22/2003

Cassie: Cassie is a 2-year-old roughcoat. Cassie loves children, but would be best suited for children over 8. This is because she needs obedience training and can be a handful at times. When left alone, Cassie has been crated. In time, she should be able to be left alone without being crated. At this time, Cassie will do better as any only dog so that she can learn manners and get the love and attention she needs and deserves. She is NOT fond of cats. 4/21/2003

Bubba: is a very handsome, longhaired male. Bubba has been neutered, is heartworm negative, and is current on his shots. The vet believes that he is between 18 and 24 months old. Bubba is one of the happiest Saints that I've ever had in Rescue. He loves everybody and everything - especially tummy rubs and car rides! This fun fellow will be a wonderful addition to the loving, lucky family that adopts him. 4/21/2003

Tiny: is a 4 yr old longhaired male. Very large boy but very sweet. He has lived the last 2 yrs of his life in a no kill shelter until sent to us. He needs a lot of TLC and am sure he'd love to be someone's companion and couch potato. 4/20/2003

Goliath: This big boy's name is Goliath, and he has a big heart to match his size. Goliath is laid back, easy going, and a joy to have around. He is 1 year old and probably weighs around 120 lbs. He will be visiting the vet to be taken care of soon, and will be ready for adoption in a week or so. 4/20/2003

ANGEL: is a 2 1/2 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 120 lbs. Angel is spayed, utd on all her shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. She is also crate trained. Angel gets along with most dogs, but cannot be placed in a home with small dogs or cats. She is a very affectionate dog, & really enjoys lots of attention. Angel also walks very well on the leash. She would be good with children who are a little older, like 6 years & up. Angel will make a great family pet. 4/20/2003

Thunder: is a very sweet three-year-old male. Thunder needs a very special individual or family who is willing to continue his care while he heals from a food allergy. Poor Thunder is underweight and missing some fur; however, once fully healed he will be a large and handsome boy. Thunder is house trained, crate trained, and knows basic obedience commands (e.g. sit, stay, come). He is very good with children of all ages, men, women, other dogs – male and female – and even puppies. Thunder truly is a gentle giant; he just needs someone to help him through this rough time. 4/16/2003

Sebastian: 3 1/2 years old male long hair that is up for adoption. He has had his shots and is fixed. He is good with other dogs and small animals. Was raised with children. The owner could no longer keep him. Had to move. 4/16/2003

Timber: Timber is 18 month old rough coat female. Her foster family says that she is well behaved dog that shows signs of having received basic obedience training. She knows the sit, stay and down commands as well as walks VERY well on a leash. She plays well with other dogs and pays absolutely no attention to the cat in the house. 4/15/2003

GORDON: is a 2 year old rough-coat male. HE WEIGHS IN AT 152 LBS., but he seems to be a big boy. Gordon is neutered, utd on all his shots, and started on his flea & heartworm preventative. He seems to be fine with other dogs, he has not been exposed to cats. Gordon knows how to use a doggie door, so we suspect that he is housebroken. We prefer him not to go to a home with young children, because of his mere size. Gordon will make a great addition to someone's family! 4/13/2003

ASHBY: is a 10 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 70 lbs. & is still growing! Ashby is spayed, utd on her shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. She is a very sweet girl. Ashby is good with other dogs, loves to go for rides, and just truly loves to be with you. She does need obedience training, & will jump up on you for attention. Ashby is very curious, and is ALL PUPPY, but is a quick learner! She will make a great family addition! 4/13/2003

Jenny: is a 3 yo rough coat spayed female. She is gaining weight with good groceries. Her marking are very striking. She is a very laid back gal. She would be a great "Nana" for a young child. 4/13/2003

SAMMY: is a 2 1/2 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 90 lbs. Sammy is spayed, utd on all her shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. She is housebroken & crate trained too. Sammy enjoys going for walks, & walks well on a lead. She also enjoys her squeaky toys & romping around with a doggie buddy. Sammy seems to get along with larger dogs, especially of the male gender. She's not a real big fan of smaller dogs, they tend to annoy her! Sammy is a very laid back girl. She enjoys a nice calm family setting, & is very much a homebody. Sammy is not much on crowds, but would rather spend her time just lying around with her family close by. She would do best in a family with older children. Sammy has a condition which is like a human with "acid reflux". She will need to take 2 Pepcid ACs a day for her stomach. Sammy will make someone a wonderful companion! 4/10/2003

ARIELLE: is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 126 lbs., but could use to gain about another 10 lbs. . Arielle is spayed, utd on all her shots, and has been started on her flea & heartworm preventative. She is a real sweetheart! Arielle knows a few commands like; "SIT", LAY DOWN", "SHAKE", & "GIVE ME KISSES"! She is good with small & large dogs, & even cats. Arielle is WONDERFUL around children of all ages. She loves to follow them around, just so she can be close to them. Arielle is also very good with toddlers, & is very aware of them when they are around her. She is very gentle when taking treats too. Arielle is not interested in playing fetch, she just wants loves & belly rubs. She is very vocal when she wants to play with another dog. Arielle is housebroken & would make a great companion for a family with children! 4/8/2003

Fletcher: is a 2yo neutered rough coat male. He was turned into a Mobile, Alabama shelter as a stray. He was very clean and healthy. I suspect his owner just could not handle his strength and size any longer. He is very playful and is going to be a big boy. He is a thin 110 pounder now. He needs someone to love and play with. 4/7/2003

Ben: Ben is a 2 year old sweetheart we rescued from a shelter. He is heartworm positive and will begin treatment shortly. He is current on all of his vaccines and will be neutered prior to adoption and following heartworm treatment. He seems to do well with female dogs and small dogs. He does not care for male dogs. He is a lover and is great with people. He is very active. He is looking for a place where he can run and romp. A fence is a must for this happy guy. 4/7/2003

Cindy-Lou: 18 month old female, long haired splash coat. Gets along well with other dogs but is nervous around toddlers. Very sweet and cute. Half mask with lots of white on her body. Cindy-Lou, lived chained in a backyard for 16 months and had not been socialized at all. Everything is a new experience for her and she is doing very well. 4/4/2003

Hoover: 7 mo. old male, short haired. Hoover is Minnie's brother. He is going to be a big boy, already weighs 100 lbs. He is crate trained and is currently working on his housebreaking - doing very well. He gets along with other animals and children. He is ready for obedience class. 4/4/2003

Nathan: 8 mo. old male, long haired. Nathan is a very petite little boy. Perfect dog for someone who doesn't want the BIG St. Bernard. He is adorable and very loving, very well behaved and housebroken. Nathan looks like a stuffed animal and poses every time he sees a camera! 4/4/2003

LEO: 15 month old, long haired, neutered male. Loves to play and run. Housebroken and crate trained. Gets along with everyone and enjoys playing in puddles. Ready to find a forever home. 4/4/2003

Mindy: 10 month old, long haired, spayed female. Gets along well with other dogs, cats and children. Enjoys toys and playing with other dogs. Mindy is almost housebroken and is doing well with her crate training. 4/4/2003

Dominic: 4 yr. old, short haired male. Lovingly called our "speed bump". Loves to lay at your feet. Enjoys being brushed and having belly rubs. Dominic is obedience trained and housebroken. No small children please. 4/4/2003

ZENA: is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 100 lbs. Zena is an "Owner Turn In" at a shelter in MD. Reason being because the woman has 3 kids, is a single mother, and she just felt overwhelmed, so the dog is always the first to go. Since she is an "OTI" , Zena can be euthanized at any minute, if the shelter gets full. Zena is good with children...she has been raised with children who are now 6, 10 & 12 years old. She is good with other dogs, is housebroken & crate trained. 4/4/2003

Ace: In March, I was turned into the Cleveland City Kennel as a stray. Since my owners never claimed me, Saint Rescue was called to help. The vet says I am in good health. I am an 18 Month old, rough coat, neutered male. I am great with kids. My new family will have to be dedicated to putting me through obedience classes as I am 115 pounds of affection and spunk. My adoptive family must already have a dog that can be my companion. 4/3/2003

Max: Max is an 8-month-old Saint Bernard/Golden Retriever mix. He is approximately 80 lbs and still growing. He and his sister Emmy are wonderful golden Saints that need a loving forever home. Max and Emmy are great with young children and other dogs. Cats are unknown. They are quick learners and should be housebroken soon. Max and Emmy will be neutered/spayed on 3/19/03 and will then be ready for adoption. These two are very close and it would be great if they could be adopted together.4/1/2003

Emmy: Emmy is an 8-month-old Saint Bernard/Golden Retriever mix. She is approximately 70 lbs and still growing. She and her brother Max are wonderful golden Saints that need a loving forever home. Max and Emmy are great with young children and other dogs. Cats are unknown. They are quick learners and should be housebroken soon. Max and Emmy will be neutered/spayed on 3/19/03 and will then be ready for adoption. These two are very close and it would be great if they could be adopted together. If you are interested in Emmy or Emmy AND Max, please fill out an online application today. 4/1/2003

Abby: is a 2 year old short hair female. She is good with kids and other dogs. Abby likes to jump up and kiss on the lips. She is

Gretchin: is a 2 year old female that is very loving and loves to play a lot. She is house broken and loves kids. She will require obedience training and a lot of devotion. 3/31/2003

BEAU: is a handsome 5 year old smoothcoat male. At 150#, he could stand to lose 10-12#. He is housetrained, neutered, heartworm-negative, and up to date on shots. Beau is great with dogs of all sizes and is probably good with cats. He likes children, riding in the car, and tummy rubs. Beau is a big couch potato who comes to Rescue due to his owner's serious illness. 3/31/2003

Ally: 18 month old rough coated female. Very sweet and submissive with people. Loves to be in your lap. Good with other dogs and older kids. Really enjoys wrestling. Mostly house trained and crate trained. Will need obedience training. 3/31/2003

Grace: 4 year old smooth coated female. Major attention hound. Loves all people and great with kids. A little shy of other dogs at first. Will need obedience and leash training but works well for food. Loves to ride in the car. 3/31/2003

AVIE: is an 18 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 134 lbs. Avie is spayed, utd on all shots, and is on her flea & heartworm preventative. She is also housebroken. Avie is a higher energy Saint, & will need ( & very much enjoys ) lots of exercise! She will need some obedience training, & someone who will enforce it, so she can redirect her energy. Avie is highly trainable, & does know some commands like; "SIT", "LIES DOWN", "BE EASY" & "LEAVE IT". She enjoys a good game of fetch, & loves good leg & back rubs! Avie is good with children & other dogs, and walks well on a lead. We prefer her to be place with older children, just because she does not realize her size, & may tend to plow little kids over. Avie will make a great addition to someone's family!! 3/30/2003

ABBY: is a 10 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 110 lbs. & is still growing!! She is crate trained, but does not prefer the crate. Abby is also housebroken. She walks well on a lead, & enjoys a ride in the family car. Abby is a great family dog. She loves children! She also gets along great with dogs, & really enjoys playing, and running with them. Abby will make a great addition to someone's family! 3/30/2003

GINNY: is a 10 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 95 lbs. Ginny is spayed, utd on her shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. She is also housebroken. Ginny is great with other dogs & children. We have not had her exposed to cats. She is a very friendly dog , & loves everyone that she meets! She loves to be petted & receive belly rubs. Ginny walks very well on a leash & does not pull. She is very eager to please and is highly treat motivated, so she will be a very quick learner. She does not know any commands yet, but "Go to your bed". We had her hips x-rayed, one is showing possible signs of hip dysplasia. Since we have caught it early, it can be maintained on medication with moderate exercise. Once she builds up her muscle tone on that leg , she should do fine. Ginny is a beautiful girl with a sparkling personality. She will make a wonderful family addition! 3/30/2003

Big Bertha: is a very large female. Even though she is tall and weighs 140 pounds she is unusually gentle. Bertha is happiest spending time with her foster mom. She is excellent on a leash as well as following basic commands. Bertha gets a long well with other dogs and cats. 3/30/2003

Ellie: is a 1 1/2 year old rough coat Saint. She came into rescue with alot of problems. She had and eye infection, ear infection, uterine infection, full of parasites , very matted and dirty. She is now parasite free and all infections are clearing up. She is being spayed on 3/21/03 and will be ready for adoption soon. Ellie is great with everyone even little people. She loves other dogs, and loves to be brushed. She is looking for a forever home with a family who will appreciate her love and kisses. 3/29/2003

Bess: and Bell: are 12 months of Age January 2003 Their weights are 144 lbs on their first birthday. Both will be spay before being placed. Both are on heartworm preventive since 2 months of age Current on shot records. Both have been out door dogs. They had a spacious pen and a 8x8 four foot high dog house. Neither climb a four foot fence, nor try to escape. They have not been house trained yet. Both are beautiful long haired. The breeder is out of Texas they are Champion sired. They are not people aggressive at all, very very loving to everyone. They have shown no signs of being dog aggressive. They have played and loved every dog they met. As to being cat aggressive I doubt it, but this is a unknown as they have never met a cat. Their Health in general is great! They have non breedable hips. So the breeder has released them to rescue to be spayed and placed into a pet home. They show no signs of hip pain or problems at this time. They should make wonderful pets. Habits in general at all good. They are both gentle. Name of dog food now on is Diamond professional. Found at the horse and cattle feed stores. 3/29/2003

Candy: 1 year old female. Rough coat. Loves everyone. Will need older kids to play with since she plays so hard. Loves to chase and jump on people. Will need all forms of training. 3/27/2003

Cheyenne #2: 18 month old female. Rough coat. Great with all people and other dogs. Cats unknown. Has some training and is very eager to please. Loves to have her butt scratched by anyone willing to scratch it. Pretty good on a leash and mostly house trained. Would make a great addition to any home. 3/27/2003

Sheeba: 10 month old female. Rough coat. Very well behaved for a puppy. Was turned in because she was too much puppy for her family. Will need obedience training and house training. Loves to play with other dogs and kids. Loves to lay in your lap. 3/27/2003

Gracie: 2 year old female. Rough coat. Loves to run and play with the other dogs. Would do best with older kids since she is very active and gets really excited. She is house trained, crate trained and obedience trained. Gracie has a really great trick - if you sit on the floor she will spin in a circle and land with her butt in your lap! She will flop over for belly rubs with anyone. 3/27/2003

Eleanor: This cutie is just 6 months old. She and her brother were abandoned and found their way into our hearts. Her brother has been adopted by a member our rescue group but sweet Eleanor is still searching for her forever home. She is great with children, cats, and dogs. She is crate trained and near completely potty trained. She has had a cherry eye repair and does have some scarring on her eye from previous trauma. She is very happy and healthy otherwise. 3/25/2003

Buddy: This handsome and very sweet man is just 18 months. He has a very special birthday September 11, 2001. His owners gave him up because they just didn't have time for him anymore. He is great with children! He is a beautiful friendly boy just looking for a place he can call home. 3/25/2003

Suzy: This beautiful girl is just 2 years old. This sweet girl has been very abused. She needs lots of love and understanding. She is good with other dogs and cats. She is good with people but is very timid. She needs a home that will help her get through her fears and reassure her that everything will be okay. We wouldn't recommend her to a home with small children because she tends to run away very quickly when startled. 3/25/2003

Bear: This beautiful gal is just 18 months old. She is great with just about everyone and everything! She is very playful and would love the company of another dog or children. She is truly a gentle giant! 3/25/2003

DAISY: is a 4 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 85 lbs., so she is a smaller bred Saint. Daisy is spayed, utd on all shots, & is on heartworm preventative. She is great with kids & other dogs. She rarely barks & is a quiet dog. Daisy loves to be with her family, & walks well on the leash. She will make a great family addition! 3/22/2003

MO: is a 6 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at about 30 lbs. Mo is utd on all his shots, on flea & heartworm preventative, & will be neutered prior to adoption. He is also already crate trained, & for the most part housebroken. Mo also knows how to use the doggie door. He gets along well with other dogs, cats & children. He & his siblings, Sissy & Ollie, will make a great addition to any family! These 3 pups will not be very large Saints. 3/22/2003

Calvin: is an 18 month old neutered male. He has a very sweet personality and get along well with dogs and cats. He walks nicely on a leash and responds well to your voice. He especially enjoys meeting people and being the center of attraction. 3/20/2003

Babet: is a 3 year old lab mix that has lived with saints all her life. When she was taken away from her owners she was frantically trying to get into the kennel with the saints so NY decided to take her into saint rescue as a saint at heart. Babet is a very well mannered dog. She gets along well with other dogs as well as cats. She enjoys long walks and riding in the car. 3/20/2003

Faith: She's a 2 yr old longhaired female. Very sweet. We don't know anything about her but she needs lots of TLC. 3/20/2003

GEORGE: is an 18 month old rough-coat male. He is neutered, utd on all shots, & is on flea and heartworm preventative. George is housebroken & crate trained. He is excellent with children ( he came from a home with a 7 month old baby and a 2 1/2 year old toddler ). George is not good with cats, but is fine with female dogs.....he prefers to be the only male dog in the house. George does know a few commands like; "SIT", "COME", "GIVE PAW" & the word "NO", with a forceful command. He is great with people , loves to go for rides, & really enjoys a good game of frisbee. George is a very nice looking guy, & will make a great family companion. 3/19/2003

HANNAH: Hannah came to us when her family moved to a no-pets-allowed condo. She is a delightful, affectionate roughcoat female, 5 years young. She is spayed, housetrained, up to date on shots and heartworm-negative. Hannah is good with kids and with other dogs. She's especially fond of tummy rubs and butt scratches. A fence would be nice but not essential as long as a new family will be committed to daily walks and lots of play time. 3/19/2003

April: is a very sweet rough coat female. Around four years old, she was surrendered by her owners who said they did not have enough time for her. She is update on shots and spayed. We are told she is good with children and other dogs. Cats unknown. She is quite large weighing around 160#. Since April had been kept outside without much attention, we are looking for a loving home who will make her a part of their family. Previous Saint Bernard or giant breed experience is a plus. 3/18/2003

Schnapps: is a 2 year old rough coat saint. He tested positive for heart worms and has been treated. He is still a little weak but is getting stronger everyday. Schnapps is a very loving boy. Loves to go for car rides and loves to cuddle. He will lay for hours while you brush his beautiful coat. Schnapps is good with children, with other dogs, cats and is UTD on shots and preventatives. Do you have room for Schnapps in your heart? He would love to come cuddle with you and love you forever. 3/18/2003

Buddy: 18 month old male. Rough coat. Used to be a farm dog in New Mexico. Will need obedience and house training. Wants to be the dominant male but loves to play with other dogs. Would do best with older kids since he doesn't know his size. Loves to jump up and give his people hugs. 3/18/2003

Mona: 2 year old rough coat female. Great with kids and people. Needs to be the dominant female. Needs obedience training. Doing well with house training and crate training. Likes to go for rides in the car. 3/18/2003

FANNY: Gentle and kind, Fanny has the face of an Angel. She is a six year old female St. Bernard who has some hip Dysplasia but that doesn't stop her from enjoying her walks and jumping right up in our Rescue Van. She will need her Glucosamine on a daily basis, as many large breed dogs do. Fanny loves everyone, including other dogs. She truly is a Saint! Spayed, shots and microchip. 3/17/2003

BOLO: is a 6 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 140+ lbs. Bolo is a big boy! Bolo is neutered, utd on all his shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. He is also housebroken. Bolo is very good with other dogs of all sizes. He has not been exposed to cats. Bolo is just a big lover boy. He enjoys being with his family & is a very laid back guy. His family is having financial difficulty & is having to give him up. Bolo will make a WONDERFUL addition to someone's family. Please find room in your heart to adopt this big lovable teddy bear! 3/17/2003

OLLIE: is a 6 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at about 30 lbs. Ollie is utd on his shots, is on flea & heartworm preventative, & will be neutered prior to adoption. He is already crate trained, & for the most housebroken. Ollie also knows how to use the doggie door. He gets along well with other dogs, cats & children. He & his siblings, Sissy & Mo, will make great additions to the family! These 3 pups will not be very large Saints. 3/17/2003

Oscar: wears his heart on his chest. He is a one year old male with short hair. Oscar loves attention and will get along with other female dogs. He is a bit shy, and will need to be socialized and introduced to new things at his own pace. He is just a big baby and loves to get in your lap. He is current on his shots and will be neutered. He will be available for adoption on March 15th. 3/16/2003

Noah: is a 1 year old neutered male. He needs a fenced yard. Noah is current on his shots. He is in foster care and will be going to obedience classes soon. Noah will do anything for a cookie. Update; 3/7/2003 Noah does well with other female dogs. He has short hair and is a dry mouth. He thinks he is a big lap dog. Noah just wants to be in a home that will love him. 3/16/2003

Buddy: is a 1 year old smooth coat saint whose owner left him at the shelter saying he was just to big now. Poor boy came to us terribly dirty, marks from his collar on his neck, and an ear infection. He is enjoying being loved by everyone. Playing with toys, going for walks and car rides and having his tummy rubbed. Buddy is UTD on all shots and preventatives, heart worm negative and parasite free. He was neutered on 2/20/03 and will be ready for his new home soon.3/16/200

Bailea: was a neglected girl who only wants love and attention and will let you know it. She is good with big & little dogs. She came from a family with kids. Was tied outside but has become a wonderful indoor dog from day one. 3/15/2003

Kaitey: She is about 2 yr female that is shy with strangers-especially men She is use to kids, and dogs and I think cats She need a very loving calm forever home. 3/15/2003

Heidi: is about 5 yr old. She can sit, lay down, give paw and gentle with kids and very affectionate. She loves to sleep. 3/15/2003

Griswald: is the other "honorary" St. Griswald ran away from his neglectful home for the last time. The family tied him outside and ignored him, so he would run way. He is very sweet mature boy that will put his head on your lap and look at you with his big sad eyes saying, please pet me. And you can't resist! He is a retriever/newfie mix with the size of a retriever and personality of a Newfoundland. He is quite a boy! He gets along with big and little dogs, cats, and kids. He DESERVES a forever home that will return the love he has to give. 1/03 3/15/2003

Cheyenne #1: 8 month old female. Saint/Newfie mix. Great with everyone. Has some obedience training but will need more. Mostly house trained. Loves to ride in the car and steal food if she can. 3/15/2003

MOOSE: is a 6 year old rough-coat male. He is neutered, utd on all shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. He is a friendly dog & gets along well with other dogs. Moose is just a sweet, layed back kind of guy. He would really enjoy a nice home to live the rest of his retirement years out. Moose will make someone a very nice companion. 3/15/2003

SISSY: is a 6 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at about 30 lbs. Sissy is utd on her shots, is on flea & heartworm preventative, & will be spayed prior to adoption. She is already crate trained, & for the most part housebroken. Sissy does know how to use the doggie door, & gets along well with other dogs, cats & children. She & her sibling brothers, Mo & Ollie, will all make great additions to the family! These 3 pups will not be very large Saints. 3/15/2003

BABY BEAR: is an almost 2 year old rough coat, neutered male who is up to date on shots. Bear plays with much enthusiasm pretty much unaware of his 145# size. While he is good with other dogs, cats and children, obedience work is a MUST. Bear has a minor seizure disorder that is well controlled with medication. He was surrendered by his owner who, due to health issues, could no longer care for him. 3/11/2003

Tori: 9 month old female. Rough coat. Loves to wrestle and play with other dogs and kids. Tori came to rescue after being in 2 different homes who could not handle her bad habits. She will need an experienced owner who is willing to put in the time to train her. 3/11/2003

Rocky: 18 month old smooth male. Very sweet & submissive. Great with other dogs and kids. Mostly house trained, crate trained & pretty good on a leash. Will need additional training but will be easy to train since he works well for food. Loves to play and get belly rubs. Definitely thinks he is a lap dog. 3/11/2003

TONY: Handsome and sweet, this 3 year old male St. mix is a beautiful brindle color - he is truly a Head-Turner! Tony is a good boy who gets along with other dogs and loves to go for walks. He is a leaner who loves to get hugs and kisses! Neutered, shots, Microchip 3/11/2003

Noah: is an 18 month old saint bernard mix. He is a very happy boy that enjoys playing ball and going for rides in the car. Noah is well behaved in the house and is completely house trained. He knows basic commands and responses well to praise. Noah's special traits are making friends with cats and other dogs. He becomes excited when he sees children but calms down quickly when they pet him. 3/11/2003

Dazy: is a pretty little longhaired female 2-3 years of age. She is spayed, up to date on shots, heartworm-negative and housetrained. She does well with other submissive dogs; however, cats or other small animals are out. Dazy is very affectionate and sweet; she loves to snuggle. A giant-breed experienced family with older kids and a fenced yard would be a definite plus. Dazy knows her commands and is willing to please. 3/9/2003

WILLOW: Willow is a friendly spayed smoothcoat 3 year old. She is housetrained, up to date on all shots, and heartworm-negative. Willow likes attention and would do best as the family's only pet. A fence would be a definite plus. Willow is great with older kids (10+). 3/9/2003

GEORGETTE: This little Saint/American Bulldog cross is 18 months old, shorthaired and VERY sweet. She is housetrained, up to date on all shots and HW negative. At 90 pounds, she is thin and could easily carry another 10-15 pounds. She's good with kids and with other dogs. Unknown with cats. Georgette came from a filthy breeding farm in North Carolina and is looking forward to having a family of her own. 3/9/2003

Abby too: is a young sweetie that likes to jump up and kiss your face. She is shy of new things. Abby gets along with other dogs and plays nice. She has medium short hair and cute freckles. She is medium sized for a Saint. Abby is current on her shots and is spay. 3/9/2003

SASHA: is a 12 month old rough-coat female SaintX. She weighs in at around 100 lbs. Sasha is spayed, utd on her shots, has been heartworm tested, & is on her flea and heartworm preventative. She is a super sweet girl , & seems to get along with everything. Sasha loves to receive lots of attention. She will make a nice addition to someone's family. She really has awesome markings! 3/9/2003

AUSTIN: is an 11 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at about 95 lbs. & is still growing!! Austin is utd on all his shots, has tested negative for heartworms, and is on flea & heartworm preventative, he will be neutered prior to adoption. Austin is housebroken, & walks really well on a leash. He also rides very well in a vehicle. Austin seems to get along well with other dogs, & children. He has not been exposed to cats. Austin just loves receiving attention, while leaning up against you!! He will make a great addition to the family! 3/9/2003

Wolfgang: (Wolfie) This handsome man was rescued from a Missouri shelter just hours before he was set to be euthanized. He was infested with fleas and had a horrible skin infection. In spite of all this, Wolfie loves everyone and everything! He is a really smart dog and knows his commands. He LOVES rawhide bones! He loves to cuddle up on the couch and even in the bed too. If you are looking for a lovable man to keep you warm this winter please contact us about Wolfie! Please contact us and fill out an online application. 3/9/2003

Judo: is 1 yr. old neutered male . weighs 154# roughcoat...tri colored. Beautiful. Started in obedience...Housebroke...loves people . just a puppy at heart...would make someone a fantastic pet. loves to go for rides....needs attention from humans who care. 3/9/2003

Chamois: is a 3 yo rough coat spayed female. She is a very sweet and loving dog. 3/9/2003

Madeline: is a spayed female 11 mo old rough coat. She and Georgette are sisters. Madeline has demodex but is responding well to treatment. She also has an old fracture of her right rear leg that has healed but is not quite right. She gets along well considering that. UPDATE; Madeline's Demodex is cleared. Madeline is a great little gal. She is however a special needs rescue. Her right knee and left hip are damaged., I suspect she was fed a low quality food as a pup. She will need some TLC. I have a gal here that I adopted.. older sweet gal. She has similar joint abnormalities and does quite well at 8 years old. I don't believe Madeline is a surgical candidate. She would need a product called Synovi MSM (or similar glucosamine/MSM) 3/9/2003

Basil: is a 1 yo rough coat neutered male. This guy is very small. He's a sweet fellow and would be great for someone who wants the Saint look with out the size. He weighs 55 pounds and is 20 inches tall at the shoulders. 3/9/2003

Jake: is a very handsome shorthaired male. The vet thinks he's 2 years old at the very max. He's been neutered, is current on his vaccinations, is heartworm negative and is on heartworm preventative. He's a tall dog, and is just as sweet as he can be! Jake is going to need to be adopted by a special family because he may - or may not - be epileptic. His owner turned him in to the animal shelter because he had supposedly had a seizure. The animal shelter said that he had two seizures while they had him, but they might very well have been caused by stress. I had a blood profile done on him, and all the results were just fine. I haven't seen any evidence that he's had any seizures since he's been with me. Jake is just going to need to be watched after he's adopted. If, after he settles in to this new home, his family sees that he's having seizures, they'll need to see if their vet wants to put Jake on an anti-seizure medication. I am truly thrilled to report that he has been adopted by a wonderful family in San Antonio. Jake now has a Beagle/Basset Hound mix named Norman for a brother. Norman has seizures from time to time. I feel very confident that Jake's new family will give him the love and care that he needs! 3/7/2003

Maggie: is approximately 2 years old. She lives with two other dogs and three cats. She loves to romp and play outside with the dogs but is very gentle with the cats. She is house trained and is a little angel while her foster parents are at work. Maggie loves children but is a bit shy with new people. Maggie is very neat when she eats, she does not drool very much and is very well behaved. She is an indoor dog and her sleeping place is on the couch. Maggie is spayed and current on her shots. 3/7/2003

Abby: 1 1/2 Year Old Female Rough Coat Abby is a big thick girl who is going to need obedience training. She is extremely strong. She loves to give kisses. We will give a more in-depth description as we learn more about Abby. 3/4/2003

TOGA: a very very pretty 2 y/o long hair female. she is a girl who has come from a broken human family. when she came to us she was a little unsure of whether she wanted to trust us. but with a lot of kind words and a nice warm bubble bath she has decided that not all humans are like here former. she has a heart of gold and wants to be next to you all the time. loves riding in the front seat of the car with you with her head on your lap. she is an inside dog and frowns on being expected to live in the outdoors. housebroken and loves her 6 y/o human friend who lives with her. she resides in Seattle. 3/4/2003

BOB: This boy is a wonderful 2 1/2 y/o short hair male. He is a very athletic boy and requires a human family with a minimum of a 6 foot fenced yard. He is liver and white in color and is about 170#. His favorite activities include sleeping, laying on the couch and going for walks in his neighborhood. Bob will tell you himself that he is an inside dog and doesn't live in the outdoors. This big boy is a bundle of love and gets along with everyone. He really prefers to sleep on your bed next to you as well. Bob is looking for that forever human to spend his life with. He lives in Seattle. 3/4/2003

NICOLE: Nicole is a beautiful girl about 2 yrs. old. She is a little timid and needs lots of love and attention. She has permanent nerve damage in her left front leg. She was ran over as a pup and I believe never treated for it. She walks on the pad and leg. She is still very active and bounces around like any other dog her age. She was spayed on 10-18 and brought up todate on all shots. She had only had her first puppy shot when she came in on the 17th. She is housebroken. Until she came to us she only knew the world of being on a two foot chain outside. She is a sweetheart that needs lots of loving and attention. Please open your heart and home for this girl. When she gets scared she goes to her space. Which here is beside the washer and dryer in the washroom. She runs the whole downstairs. She will need a home without steep stairs and the fewer stairs the better. 3/4/2003

GRACEY: Gracey is a very large Saint. When she came to us she had sarcoptic mange. We have treated her for this. She is very sweet loves attention, doesn't mind taking a bath. She is in need of gaining a few more pounds. Was very underweight when she arrived here. She was rescued with one day left, from an animal shelter here in Ky.. A wonderful lady paid to have her gotten out and brought her to us. This lady just happened into the Shelter on a visit and seen her. So this is how I came by the name Gracey. By the Grace of God she was found. She needs someone with no small children and plenty of fenced (6ft.) yard for her to run. She stands over 5 1/2 feet on her hind legs. Would prefer her to be an only dog and inside. She has had a rough life up till now and would love to have her to be showered with love the rest of her life. She is about 1 1/2 yrs. old. She is gaining weight and now needs a family of her own. She is calming down, now that she knows she is going to have attention. Still very energetic. 3/4/2003

Riley: This gorgeous boy is just 18 months old. His owners had to give him up because their infant was allergic to him. He gets along great with other dogs and loves to play! He is great with children and adults. He is looking for a great new home to start his new life! For more information on how you can bring this handsome boy into your heart and home, please contact Tammy and fill out an online application. 3/4/2003

Juliet: is a 3 year old female. She was raised with young children and a small dog and cats. She is spay and current on all her shots. Juliet has had some obedience training. She is a charmer. 3/4/2003

Oliver: This cute little guy is Oliver, a six month old rough coat male. He knows basic commands, is house broken, easy going around children, very playful and is ready to be placed in a home that understands puppies. He is up to date on shots, heartworm free, neutered and ready to go!! 3/2/2003

Bruce: is a nine month old male, full of energy; he has a good disposition, easy going, and loving. He is up to date on shots, has been neutered, heartworm free, and ready to be placed, just in time as a wonderful Christmas present for a loving family. 3/2/2003

Doogie: is a beautiful 2 year old rough coat neutered male. He is a very sweet boy. 3/2/2003

Teddy Bear: is an 18 month rough coat male, neutered and up to date on shots. He was surrendered to rescue by his owner who could no longer keep him. Teddy loves to play, is good with other dogs, unknown with cats and has had limited exposure to children. He is a good natured fellow who knows basic commands, but would certainly benefit from obedience training. 3/1/2003

Susie: is a very sweet 2 1/2 year old rough coat female. She is up to date on shots, HW negative and spayed. At around 110# she is quite thin and needs to put on some weight. She is great with people, others dogs, unknown with cats. She comes into rescue via the Waterbury, CT Dog Warden. She was taken from her owner due to neglect. Susie is currently with a foster, making herself quite at home with 4 Pugs and a 12 year old male Saint. 3/1/2003

Hamish: is a large smooth male. He seems to get along with other dogs very well. He is 2 years old and likes to walk on a leash. Because of his size and playfulness, he should not be in a home with small children. 2/27/2003

JULIUS: is a 6 year old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at around 140 lbs. Julius is neutered, utd on his shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. He is also housebroken. Julius needs a home where the people are willing to work with him, & give him lots of hugs, and attention. He is very insecure of himself & needs lots of reassurance. He walks well on the lead, & enjoys the company of larger dogs. He should not be placed in a home with children or small dogs ( he is scared of them ). Julius needs someone who can spend a lot of time with him working on his fear issues & socialization. He is a big snuggle bug. 2/27/2003

Beauregard: This handsome man is just 2 years old. He is very sweet! His owner gave him up because the landlord wouldn't allow him to live with his family. He came from a home with 2 other canine friends and 4 children. We are unsure of his feline friendly status. He is a lover! 2/27/2003

Chandler: was dumped at a shelter in Alabama. He is approximately 12 weeks old. He weigh 35-40 pounds now. He will be neutered prior to adoption. We will consider application on this pup only if the potential adopter has had a Saint before and lives in Georgia or a bordering state. We will not ship this pup. The adopter will be required to travel and pick him up. 2/27/2003

Harvey: Harvey is a 120lb male who is about 2 years old. He is very gentle with both people and other dogs. His behavior towards cats or other animals is unknown. He has no known " bad habits", walks well on a leash and is just altogether a very nice dog. He is current with his shots and has been neutered. He was rescued from a kill shelter along with Charlotte but its not known if they were a pair or not. He has no health problems and is ready to go to a new home now. 2/27/2003

Charlotte: Charlotte is about 3 and she weighs 91lbs on 1/5/02. She is however quite thin and probably needs to gain about 20lbs to reach her correct weight. She is a very timid dog and is "hand shy", any sudden hand movement will cause her to cower. This would indicate that she has suffered abuse at some stage. Once she has been shown some affection she becomes very friendly but remains hesitant. We are working with her to improve her confidence. She gets along well with other dogs and all people. Cats are an unknown. She has no known health issues and is current on shots. She is scheduled to be spayed. She was rescued with Harvey but its not known if they had the same previous owner. 2/27/2003

Bogart: If you are looking for a classic Saint then Bogart is the guy for you. He is a very big boy the picture does not give a true indication of his size. He has no known health issues, is house trained and current on shots. He is just 2 years old and was AKC registered. His foster mom says that he is just a big couch potato who just loves to lie around and sleep all day. He gets on well with all other dogs and just ignores cats. He has not had a lot of training and needs work with walking on a leash. While he is friendly with everyone, he does seem to be a ladies man as he shows a preference for women over men. His previous owner dumped Bogart as they said he got too big. He really wants to go live with a loving family who will be his forever parents. 2/27/2003

Buddy: 2-3 Year Old Male Rough Coat was found crossing a major street here in Orange County. He was literally stopping traffic. A kind couple stopped and got Buddy into their car... she just so happened to be an obedience trainer and they decided that the next best thing for Buddy would be a trip to the vet. There he was treated for eye and ear infections, and his toenail was torn off at the quick. We think this might be due to the fact that he was left alone on the 4rth of July and was soooo frightened by the fireworks that he ripped his paw trying to escape. Buddy is a huge, sweet boy that kept pawing me as I was trying to take his picture. From what we can tell so far he seems to get along with other dogs. He is absolutely adorable and has one blue eye. Anyone that adopts Buddy will get a free 7 week obedience training course...complimentary from friends of the people that found Buddy. What a beautiful dog! 2/27/2003

Texas Daisy: 2 Year Old Female Rough Coat Daisy is almost 2 years old. Her family got Daisy when she was 8 weeks old. She is a very friendly dog, and she gets along with every animal she comes in contact with. She has been raised with cats, another dog and a rooster - they pal around together. Her owner says that he has never seen her show aggression toward adults, children (big and small), dogs, cats or food. Daisy knows basic commands sit, stay, etc.. She is full of lots of love and energy. Daisy needs a home with room to play and exercise. Her owner is moving from Texas to California, from 2 acres to a 1 bedroom apartment, and can no longer take care of her. Daisy has been spayed and is up to date on all her shots. She will be with us shortly, but we wanted to let you know about her so that hopefully she will not have to spend time in our kennel and be able to go straight to another loving home when she arrives here. Who wants to give Daisy a big California welcome? PS. We are calling her Texas Daisy to avoid confusion since we have another Daisy in our kennel at the moment. 2/25/2003

Lila: 1 Year Old Female Rough Coat Lila is a sweet, young girl. We rescued her from a shelter on her last day. She is full of puppy energy and could do with some obedience training. Lila is on the smaller side but she has the potential to grow into a beautiful Saint Bernard. She seems to be okay with kids and will make some family a wonderful forever pet...is that you? 2/25/2003

Baby: 2 Year Old Female Rough Coat Baby is a sweet girl & wants to please. She already sort of knows how to sit & lay down on command. She isn't huge but she sure is chubby and could stand to lose a few pounds. Baby is easy to handle, so she should be easy to place with just about any family. She is spayed & is current on her rabies only, so she will get the rest of her shots when she sees our rescue vet for her wellness visit. She seems to be in good health, other than a couple of small scabs on her skin & the fact that she needs go on a diet! Baby gets along well with dogs of all sizes & has never met a cat. She has been an outdoor dog & needs to be housebroken. It would be great if she could wind up being an indoor dog who is part of a family...she has spent her life so far alone in the front yard of a house she wasn't allowed to enter...her "yard" was very small, had cars parked on it & was...you guessed it...made entirely of concrete. It's time for a positive change for this sweet thing. 2/25/2003

Evie: 8 Month Old Female Rough Coat Evie is our 8 month old rough coat that came from the East Valley shelter. She is very cute & she's not full grown yet. The sweetheart is not too big...but very much a saint. Evie is scared to death in the shelter. They said she is animal aggressive, but I didn't see ANY signs of it when they took her out of the kennel & walked her past all the other barking dogs. She flipped over on her belly to get some lovin' when they brought her into the adoption area. I think she's just a scared puppy. We'll provide further information as soon as we get to spend some quality time with her and see how she interacts with children and another animals. Update; Evie is a LOVE! She is 8 months old & is still growing. She weighs 91 lbs right now& has beautiful coloring. We picked her up from the vet today, she had just been spayed the evening prior & was still a little groggy & sore...she curled up in the backseat & snored the whole way to the kennel! Too cute. She gave me sweet kisses & has brown puppy-dog eyes that will absolutely melt your heart. 2/25/2003

Dana: 1 1/2 Year Old Female Smooth Coat What a sweet, young girl. Dana was being turned in to a shelter by the owner when a kind man overheard what was happening and decided to contact us. The owner wanted her put to sleep because his wife did not want her anymore - can you believe that???? Our friend stepped in and said "Don't put her to sleep!" and he bought her 4 days time until he could contact us to save her. We did and she is the sweetest thing. Dana sits, shakes and hugs and is very friendly. She is small for a Saint but she has the Saintly temperment down pat. She loves to play and needs a forever home that will spoil her...is that you? 2/25/2003

Abbie: 8 Month Old Female Rough Coat Abby is a big, beautiful girl who is already 100 lbs and still has a lot of growing to do. She was turned into us by her family who is going through a divorce and can no longer take care of her and give her the time and attention she needs as a puppy. Part of her family consisted of an American Bulldog and two children - a 3 year old and a 1 year old, so she is used to other dogs as well as young kids. She was well taken care of and is up to date on all shots, has recently been spayed, and has just had a wellness exam by her vet before coming to us. Although she is going to need obedience training, she has a very sweet disposition. Since early on in her childhood, she has been very shy and is fearful of things she doesn't know, so she will need a lot of socialization. Although she has been staying outdoors for most of the day, she is about 90% house-trained, but being a puppy implies that she still likes to chew things. She should grow out of that stage shortly, and of course, training will speed things up. As adorable as she is, Abbie won't be with us long at all, so if you would like to meet Abbie. 2/25/2003

Daisy: 4 Year Old Female Smooth Coat Daisy is a sweet & mellow girl. She is looking for her third& FINAL home. She was rescued from a backyard breeder by her previous owner three years ago. When her previous owner got her, she was bald & nearly starved to death. She was probably used for breeding & then discarded. Luckily Daisy made a full recovery from her ordeal. She has come to us because her previous owner has taken a new job, requiring her to be gone long hours& she wants Daisy to be able to find a family who will be able to give her more "quality time" than she is able to give. Daisy is spayed and will be up to date on her shots this week. We don't know how she is with other animals just yet, but will post an update on that soon. She is a sweet girl with lots of love to give. Are you her forever home??? 2/25/2003

Masha: 6 Year Old Female Rough Coat Masha and Tasha were turned in by their owner because he could no longer take care of them. They have been outside most of their life and we are unsure if they are potty trained. In the vet's office both girls played with the kids and put their paw out as if to say "Won't you touch me?" They looked up at me while as I scratched under their neck and behaved very well in the vet's waiting area. They are sisters who have never been separated but we will place them separately if need be. They are current on all shots and will be spayed this week. Do you have room for this sweet pair? 2/25/2003

Tasha: 6 Year Old Female Rough Coat Masha and Tasha were turned in by their owner because he could no longer take care of them. They have been outside most of their life and we are unsure if they are potty trained. In the vet's office both girls played with the kids and put their paw out as if to say "Won't you touch me?" They looked up at me while as I scratched under their neck and behaved very well in the vet's waiting area. They are sisters who have never been separated but we will place them separately if need be. They are current on all shots and will be spayed this week. Do you have room for this sweet pair? 2/25/2003

Willy: is a 2-3 year old male rough coat. He was picked up as a stray from a local shelter. Willy is a long haired male who is very affectionate and playful. He needs an active family that can keep up with his high energy. He is sweet and he wants to please but he needs basic obedience training to become the family dog we know he can be. Willy would do best in a home with no small children. We do not know how he is with other dogs or cats yet. 2/25/2003

Mercy: 3 year old female. Rough coat. Very sweet and submissive with people. Would do best in a home where she is the only female dog. She really enjoys belly rubs and believes that she is the best foot warmer on planet. 2/25/2003

Rudy: 18 month old rough coated male. Very active. Dominant male but loves to play with other dogs and toys. Would do best as the only male dog in the home. Rudy likes to be wherever his people are. He is crate trained and house trained. Rudy has started his obedience and currently knows sit and is working on down. He walks fairly well on a leash until he sees another dog and then gets very excited. Needs an experienced owner who will obedience train him. 2/25/2003

Snowflake: 2 year old female. Smooth coat. Extremely eager to please. Good with other dogs and kids. Would do best in a home with another dog to keep her company. She is currently working on learning house dog manners and doing very well. 2/25/2003

Geronimo: 1 year old male. Smooth coat. Very sweet. Major Velcro dog. Loves any human that will pay any attention to him. Loves to play with the other dogs. Knows some basic obedience. 2/25/2003

Daisy Mae: 4 year old female. Rough coat. House trained, crate trained, & knows most obedience. She will need additional leash training. Daisy Mae has a very high prey drive and would do best in a home with no cats, small dogs or other small furry critters. Daisy does like to play with other dogs and can jump a 4 ft. fence. Daisy loves belly rubs and car rides. She also enjoys sharing watermelon with her humans! 2/25/2003

Julie: Julie is a smooth coat girl about 3 years old. She is in great shape and has no known medical problems. She weighs in at 110 lbs. Julie is a rather quite dog, not shy or nervous but just quiet and gentle natured. She is totally house trained and is a house dog. She gets along with other dogs and pays no attention to cats. Julie did have heartworm when she first came to us but this is now cured, however she MUST receive monthly heartworm preventative for the rest of her life. 2/24/2003

Libby: is about 2 yrs old rough coat St. She is the product of a divorced family with kids. She would like a stable, loving , forever home. 2/23/2003

JUPITER: Jupiter is a rough-coat male, who currently weighs in at 140 lbs. Jupiter is neutered, up-to-date on shots, is heartworm-negative and is on heartworm preventative. Jupiter was found as a stray near Washington, DC and was severely underweight and showing the effects of a very bad patch in his life. Jupiter is about 3 years old, is now fully house-broken and has very good house manners in general. In his foster home, Jupiter is thrilled to be encouraged to lounge on an old loveseat with rear cushions removed. He does long flights of steps with ease. Jupiter walks reasonably well on a leash, is friendly to other dogs, cats, and very affectionate with humans. Jupiter even will join in a pack game of ball or stick- retrieving. Jupiter is very fond of riding in vehicles and must be strongly dissuaded from entering any vehicle he sees. Jupiter has apparently had some sort of obedience training in the past, but a refresher course could be very helpful in improving understanding between Jupiter and his new family. He is quite bright and eager to please. Jupiter is HUUUGE and very strong, but this gentle giant will be a wonderful member of the right family. 2/23/2003

SMOKEY: is a 13 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 110 lbs. Smokey is neutered, utd on all his shots, and on flea & heartworm preventative. Smokey gets along great with other dogs, cats & children. He is also crate trained & housebroken. This guy is a very happy dog, & is very eager to please his owner. Smokey just loves everyone he meets. He also loves to play with his doggie toys!. Smokey rides well in a vehicle. Smokey also likes to walk around with his leash in his mouth. He walks well on a leash, but there is room for improvement! Smokey favors one of his hind legs, so rescue had him x-rayed. Smokey does not have much of a hip socket , so he will have to be on medication indefinitely. The vet has told us to put him on 1500 mg of Glucosamine & Condroitin per day. He will also have to be on 800 mg. of vitamin E & daily exercise to tone up the muscles on that leg. The vet said that Smokey is in NO pain, & should do well indefinitely on these medications & exercise, as long as he is not allowed to get over-weight. Smokey runs & plays with the best of them! He will make a wonderful companion for some deserving family! 2/23/2003

Beethoven: is a rough coated male Saint who will be three years old in December, 2002. He has already been neutered and is up to date on his shots. He is good with children and other dogs. He is currently living with a six year old Saint. Beethoven's family has their hands full with their children and two Saint Bernards. They would like to see Beethoven live in a home where he will get the attention that he needs. Beethoven was evaluated by a dog trainer and she feels that he is a very friendly dog who could make a wonderful family pet for a family who will be determined to see that he gets some training. He needs to learn some manners when walking on a leash and meeting strange dogs and people. He is friendly, but needs to be brought under control. Beethoven will only be adopted to a home with a fenced-in yard. His adoptive family must have a plan for seeing that he gets some behavior training. 2/22/2003

TASHA: Tasha is a playful, sweet 10 week old female St. Bernard mix. She is a good little girl who is crate trained and sleeps through the night. She has had her shots and will be spayed and microchipped upon adoption. 2/22/2003

Molly: A 10 month old longhair female Saint. She is a very pretty red color. She is full of puppy energy and needs obedience classes. Will walk on a leash and wants to please you. She is housebroke and a sweetheart. 2/20/2003

Truman: A 1 year old shorthair neutered male Saint. His markings on his face is called a half-masked, like the RCA dog. He is a tall dog and will fill out with age. He wants to be loved, but needs a few manners still allot of BIG puppy in him. Will walk on a leash, but does test you. Would be good to be committed to take a few obedience classes with him---he is a thinker and will try to always get his way. 2/20/2003

Bernie: he is a 13 month old male tri-color rough coated full mask sweet heart and is great with kids and other dogs and is house broken. 2/20/2003

Angus: is a 1 1/2 year old male rough coat. He is up to date on shots, neutered and is ready to be placed with a loving family. 2/19/2003

Lincoln: is a 2 1/2 year old male, rough coat. He is house broken, and a very laid back, easy going dog. Lincoln loves to walk on a leash, he does not pull. He loves to be petted and talked to, loves attention in general. These qualities in Lincoln make him a very good candidate for placement in a home where children would be a part of his life, or where an older person will be the caregiver. He is up to date on shots, heartworm free, neutered and ready to be placed in just the right home. 2/19/2003

Molly: is a 15 month old female. She is housebroken, crate trained, gets along great with other dogs and cats. Molly has a wonderful disposition and enjoys sharing her time with you. One of her favorite past times is resting her head in your lap. Molly knows basic obedience commands and is spayed, up to date on vaccination, but is currently undergoing treatment for heartworms. This dog is presently located in the Wilmington, N.C. area. 2/19/2003

BB: is a nine month old, short hair male. He is a good dog with lots of potential but he has been neglected and needs a family to give him lots of love and attention. BB is in good health, up to date on all shots, has been neutered and is all ready to be placed into a good environment. 2/19/2003

Jenny: is a female approx 3 years old. She is about 77 lbs but is very thin due to neglect by her previous owner/s. She is starting to gain weight. She is heartworm positive and is currently on medication for that. She has also tested positive to ehrichea (a tick borne disease) and is also receiving treatment. She is very shy and hesitant with strangers. She given the impression of having been abused. Once she gets to know you she is very sweet and affectionate. She has no aggression at all with kids, dogs or cats. Jenny is currently living her foster family in Arkansas but she would just love to have a " forever" home. She is housebroken and up to date with all her shots. If you are looking for a quiet, loving dog then Jenny is the girl for you. 2/17/2003

Hercules: is a 3.5 year old neutered male rough coat. He has been shaved. He is a very sweet guy and gets along well with other animals. 2/14/2003

Max: (we call him Big Mac) is a 3 yr old rough coat neutered male. His "before" picture was right after he was turned in by his owner. As you can see he eats like a horse and is putting on weight fast. His coat is smooth but bushy and beautiful now that it's clean. He does like to rough house, snuggle and LEAN! Max; is back. He has made great progress during his time in an adoptive home. This guy is a big baby/brat. He needs someone that has time to help him get a grip and realize he's home to stay. He is a big guy and can sense any hesitation in a persons voice or manner. He can bluff, buffalo and grumble those not accustomed to him into letting him get away with all the above. We've not had any problems with him since he's been back. He does very well on a strict routine as do all of our rescues. They want to know what we expect from them and vice versa. I would recommend Max go to a home, that has Saint experience, where he can be with someone much of the day. 2/14/2003

Jasmine: is a 6 month old spayed female smoothcoat. She was hit by a car 1/15/03. Her right femur was fractured. Her owners were unable to afford treatment and decided to have her put to sleep. Luckily for her the practice manager of the veterinary hospital found rescue. We were able to arrange transport for her with in a few hours. Dr. Smith surgically repaired the fracture and she is doing very well now. Jasmine will be with us while her leg heals. We will send updates as she progresses. 2/14/2003

Sydney: is a 2 1/2 month old female that is really sweet but does require Socialization she really loves other dogs and is still being worked with On some people she should be available on feb. 24 2/14/2003

Oliver: is an 18 month old neutered male. He is a very sweet boy that loves to take long walks. Oliver has a very high energy level so he will need a home where there is a lot of activity. If you are looking to adopt Oliver you must remember that he is in his adolescence and will need some training. Oliver gets a long well with dogs as well as cats. 2/14/2003

Henry: This handsome man is just 7-8 months old. He is believed to be Saint Bernard and Great Dane. He is very sweet and loves other dogs and cats. He loves to romp and play. He is very much a puppy and would benefit from basic obedience training. He is neutered, current on all vaccines, heartworm, and parasite free. 2/14/2003

CALEB: At 9 months of age and 125 pounds, Caleb is a big bundle of love. He's shorthaired, neutered and housebroken. He's playful with other dogs and thinks cats are for his chasing pleasure. His favorite thing is being with his people. Caleb would like a fenced yard and children to romp with. 2/11/2003

Carleton: is a 3 1/2 year old male. He has a very docile personality. Does not care for other animals. Would be good with adults. 2/11/2003

Baby Z's: is approximately 18 months old. He loves to play with other dogs and needs a fenced in area to run. It would be nice for him to have a sibling. He is very cuddly and loves to be brushed. He is ready to go to his forever home. Children in the family should be 6 years old or older. He gets nervous around little kids. He has not been tested with cats. Baby Z's is current on his shots and is neutered. 2/11/2003

Gus: is a 4 yo neutered male rough coat. He was given up by his owner. This guy is gaining weight and getting his coat back. He was severely malnourished and covered in fleas when we got him. 2/10/2003

BARNEY: is a 15 month old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at around 100 lbs. or so, & is still growing. Barney is neutered, utd on all shots, has been tested negative for heartworms, and has been started on his flea & heartworm preventative. He is also housebroken & crate trained. Barney gets along well with any size dog. We are unsure about cats, because he has not really had any exposure to them. Barney is a nice dog & will make a great addition to someone's family! 2/10/2003

SHELBY: is a 3 1/2 year old smooth-coat female. She weighs in at around 120 lbs. Shelby is spayed, utd on all shots, and is on flea& heartworm preventative. She is also housebroken & crate trained, but does not care for the crate. Shelby gets along well with other large dogs, but does not care for small dogs or cats. She just loves people & kids! We suggest that she go to a family with older kids, just because she does not realize her size, & may tend to plow over little ones. Shelby enjoys lots of attention & exercise! We recommend that Shelby gets some obedience training. She will also need a firm owner, because she acts like a teenager, & will try to get her way. She will listen to a firm owner & will make a great family addition! 2/10/2003

Harvey: Harvey is a 120lb male who is about 2 years old. He is very gentle with both people and other dogs. His behavior towards cats or other animals is unknown. He has no known " bad habits", walks well on a leash and is just altogether a very nice dog. He is current with his shots and has been neutered. He was rescued from a kill shelter along with Charlotte but its not known if they were a pair or not. He has no health problems and is ready to go to a new home now. 2/10/2003

Charlotte: Charlotte is about 3 and she weighs 91lbs on 1/5/02. She is however quite thin and probably needs to gain about 20lbs to reach her correct weight. She is a very timid dog and is "hand shy", any sudden hand movement will cause her to cower. This would indicate that she has suffered abuse at some stage. Once she has been shown some affection she becomes very friendly but remains hesitant. We are working with her to improve her confidence. She gets along well with other dogs and all people. Cats are an unknown. She has no known health issues and is current on shots. She is scheduled to be spayed. She was rescued with Harvey but its not known if they had the same previous owner. 2/10/2003

Buford: is a 6 yo neutered male smooth coat. His owner's job transferred him out of state and he could not take Buford. This guy is super sweet and calm. A big couch potato looking for a home. 2/7/2003

Tago: the Akita was left behind when his owner passed away from cancer. Tago is a 3 year old male Akita. He is neutered, current on vaccines, and heartworm and parasite free. He is great with people, kids, and other dogs. He is very sweet and lovable. 2/7/2003

SUZI Q: Only 9 weeks of age, this little lady, a Saint X, is a squirming bundle of love. She's recovering from kennel cough and will soon be looking for a family on whom she can bestow puppy kisses. 2/7/2003

DOZER: Hi, my name is Dozer. I am three years old and starving for attention. I love everyone, including young children. Shortly after being released from the shelter, I got to meet a cat and I sniffed him and showed no aggression toward him. I walk well on a leash, like to ride in the car, and love to show my affection with kisses. I have been an outside dog, but am loving the indoor life. 2/7/2003

BEE: (short for Beethoven) is a 4 year old neutered male recently arrived from Puerto Rico. His shots are up to date. He is a rough coat currently sporting a hair cut. Bee is good with other dogs, cats and older children. His foster Mom of 4 months tells us he loves to ride, romp in the water, play hide & seek then rest in his crate. His foster Dad says Bee knows his basics sit, come & stay, walks well on leash and craves attention. Bee was taken into rescue after being kept in a small kennel and used as a breeding dog. 2/7/2003

BOW: bow is al big love. he is the most easy going big kid you would hope to meet. He is 13 months old and weights in at a hefty 155#. He is in very good health and is being altered at this time. He is an inside dog and will let you know if you are planning to do otherwise. Bow will need eye lid surgery in the near future as his eye lids are drooping onto his eyes. This big boy is really a love. He lives in Seattle. 2/5/2003

Kane: Kane is approximately 4 years old. He came to us about 4 months ago after he was found wandering around a farm. His medical/health problems were too numerous to list. He was very close to death. 2/3/2003

Aubie: is a 2.5 yo neutered rough coat male. He is a large boy weighing 131 pounds and should gain 15-20 more pounds. 2/2/2003

KODA: Friendly 4 year old female St. Bernard who loves people and is good with children. Koda has a half mask with a sweet expression. Spayed, shots and microchipped.2/2/2003

Zeus: zeus is a 2 1/2 year old 120 lb. Male intact l.h. needing a new home due to the owners allergies to him. He is a well behaved saint that responds well to commands. The owner would walk him off leash as he listens so well. He is good with all kids and other dogs. Has not been exposed to cats. 2/4/2003

Marta: marta is a 2 1/2 year old spayed female l.h. 105 lbs. Needing a new home due to owner moved. She is a obedient saint that can get along with cats, but not dogs. She will need to be the only dog in the family. She is good with kids also. She had some formal training already. 2/4/2003

Annie: Annie is about 8 months old, and we believe will be a longhair when her coat comes in she was found in a neglected condition and has a slow gait that might mean a form of displasia she will be vet checked shortly and rescue will know more about her condition she is super sweet and very calm. and gentle. She is great with other dogs, and loves to lay in her dog bed for comfort. 2/4/2003

Remy: and Tico: Although they look almost like twins these two big boys are two year old brothers and have had a tough start. They were rescued together, and we would like to place these two guys together, if possible. They are good dogs with potential. A little discipline and a lot of love would go a long way in raising these boys. They have both been neutered, are heart worm free, and are in good health ready to go to some lucky person. 2/1/2003

BAILEY #3: Three year old Bailey comes to Rescue due to allergies in the family. A shorthaired male who is neutered, UTD on shots, and HW-negative, Bailey would like his new family to be generous with tummy rubs. Initially wary of new people, he very quickly warms up (especially if there are treats involved). Our goal for Bailey is a Saint-experienced family with a fenced yard. Other dogs are okay but we're not sure about cats. And he'd really love some kids to play with. 2/1/2003

Lady: is about 1 1/2 yr old who was given up due to allergies. She is in a foster home with dogs, cats and is good with kids also. She is being crate trained and wants to please. She would like to be a lap dog. Think about having her keep you warm---winter is coming. 1/31/2003

Bubba: is looking for forever home. He is great with kids, dogs and cats. 1/31/2003

Penny: I was dumped at the Humane Society. My foster mom says I'm a very nice girl. I follow her around all the time. She would make a wonderful family pet. I know how to sit and give paw. I'm a petite little girl who loves to go for walks on a gentle leader and loves to ride in the car. 1/31/2003

Simon: is about 1 1/2yr old. Very shy, we think he must have been abused, but he is a smart boy. He gets along with dogs and kids . He is learning to trust. 1/31/2003

MONIQUE: is a 18 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 95 lbs. or so & is still growing! Monique is spayed, up to date on all her shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. She is gets along very well with other dogs, cats & children. Monique walks very well on a lead, & loves to run and play with the other dogs. She is also housebroken. Monique is still all puppy & enjoys being with her family. We recommend that she goes to an obedience class, only because she does not know any commands. Monique will be a great student, because she is an attentive girl & is very eager to please/learn. She will make a great companion for someone's family! Monique is what we call a "healthy eater", just make sure you don't leave any cookies on the counter top! 1/30/2003

BOOMER TOO: is 2 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 110 lbs., & is still growing. Boomer is neutered, utd on all his shots, has tested negative for heartworms, and has been started on his flea & heartworm preventative. He is also housebroken & crate trained. Boomer is good with other dogs & is very playful. He loves attention, and would be wonderful with kids or any situation. Boomer will make a great addition to anyone's family! 1/30/2003

Molly: is currently living with other dogs and cats, as well as children of all ages. She is very sweet and will make a great addition to an approved family! 1/30/2003

Cooper: This young man is 6-8 months old. He was found running lose in the parking lot of a Home Depot. He is super friendly! Loves just about everyone and everything! He is neutered, current on all vaccines, heartworm and parasite free. He loves to play with other dogs! 1/27/2003

Annie: Annie is a 2 year old sweet gal. She was abandoned on a stranger's front porch in Indiana. She was brought to us and we are looking for a "forever home" for her. She is great with kids and people. She gets along great with other dogs and cats (she LOVES to play!) She is current on all of her vaccines, spayed, heartworm and parasite free. 1/27/2003

Juliet: Juliet is a very sweet 2 year old smoothcoat. She came to us as a stray. She tested positive for heartworm disease and has successfully received treatment. She does have food allergies so she is on a special diet. She is current on all of her vaccines and parasite free. She is a big lovebug and loves everyone and everything! She is great with dogs, cats, and children. 1/27/2003

Kelsey 15 month old lovable gal! She's laid back and loves to cuddle but still has a lot of puppy in her. She is current on all of her vaccines, sterilized, heartworm, and parasite free. She is looking for a special place to call her own. If interested in giving Kelsey a "forever home". 1/27/2003

CJ: We are helping Waggin' Tails, a small all-breed rescue organization in Brodheadsville, PA, find a loving home for CJ, a 90 pound little lady saint. She doesn't drool very much, she's extremely sweet and just loves (and needs) to be around people. CJ is 3 years old, is OK with cats and needs a fenced-in yard. CJ would do best with children over the age of 6. 1/25/2003

Eileen: 1 or 2 year old LH female. Named Eileen because she wants to lean on people "I lean." Great with people, children, dogs and cats. Wonderful companion for a loving family. 1/25/2003

Ginger: Adult LH female. Owner moved and abandoned the dog. Needs to gain some weight, but a very sweet dog. Loving in almost every situation. Laid back and easy going. 1/25/2003

Patton: is a very large male that is about 4 years old. He currently lives in a household with several other dogs and cats. His owner had grandkids that came over and we assume he did not have a problem with kids. Patton is neutered and current on his shots. 1/25/2003

Lacey: 5 year old female who is in need of a home . She loves people, riding in cars, and taking walks. Initially is aggressive towards other dogs, but does well with larger dogs. was abandoned by her previous owner when diagnosed with Addison's disease, and then spent over a year in a foster home before staying with me. Am forced to find her another home as doesn't get along with my Corgi. Needs medicine and renal diet, and will reward with lots of kisses!! 1/25/2003

Sabra: She is a one year old rough coat. Sabra is up to date on shots, spayed, heartworm free, house broke and ready to place into a home that is ready to give her the love she needs. She is good with children and other dogs. 1/25/2003

Joy: 2 yr. old female, long haired, mantle coat. Joy is very laid back and gets along with everyone. She is housebroken and obedience trained. Very mellow and super sweet - eager to please. She is a petite girl and will weigh about 100 lbs. when she fills out. She came to us very thin and malnourished. 1/25/2003

Pike: 18 mo. old male, long haired. Pike is a big boy who is currently undergoing heartworm treatment. He is very nice and gets along with children, cats and other dogs. He has had some obedience training and is crate trained and housebroken. 1/25/2003

Daly: Long haired male, 2 yrs. old. All white face. Beautiful guy, with the manners of a total gentleman. Gets along with everyone, very laid back and low key. Enjoys laying on your feet and giving kisses. 1/25/2003

Aleah: is a very lovely and sweet longhaired female. Aleah was rescued from a shelter in northeast Texas, and has now been spayed and vaccinated. Her heartworm test came back a very, very weak positive, so she will need to be adopted by a family that will agree to give her Heartgard as her heartworm preventative every month. (My vet will not treat her for heartworms. Her case is so mild he feels that it would be inhumane to put her through the treatment.) A six-month supply of Heartgard will be given to the family that is lucky enough to adopt this terrific girl. Aleah is an absolute sweetie!! She gets along well with other large dogs, and she has the cutest white eyelashes that I've ever seen! 1/25/2003

Jordan: Hi, my name is Jordan and I am a very large Saint! I have lived outside most of my life, but am enjoying life inside now. I am always ready for dinner time! I am up-to-date on shots and have heard a rumor about being neutered soon! Please check back soon for an update on me. A fenced yard (5 feet or taller) is a must for me. 1/25/2003

Bernie: Hi, my name is Bernie and I am a 5-year-old handsome boy. I have been through obedience training and am very well mannered. I love children of all ages. I like to ride in the car and walk well on a leash. I prefer to hang out with female dogs and would like to have a doggie friend to be with if I am unable to be adopted with my sister. My sister Hildie and I have been well cared for and loved. We enjoy playing and sleeping with each other. Do you have a special place for me and possibly my sweet, adorable sister as well? 1/25/2003

BASTIAN: is a 4 year old shorthaired male. He is neutered, housetrained and heartworm-negative. Although not currently up to date on vaccinations, a vet appointment is scheduled and his shots will be done before placement. This handsome 150 pound boy is great with kids of all ages. He's dog-friendly and even likes cats. Bastian is being surrendered to rescue because his family is in the military and they're scheduled for a move in December. 1/20/2003

BIFF: This beautiful roughcoat boy is 3 years old, housetrained and up to date on shots. He was successfully treated for heartworm disease and will be ready to go to his forever home as soon as he's neutered. (Neutering is scheduled for mid-December.) Biff is a loving, affectionate boy whose favorite activity is lounging around watching Animal Planet with his people. 1/20/2003

TUCKER: is 2-3 years old, longhaired, up to date on shots, heartworm-negative, neutered and housetrained. Tuck was badly neglected as a young dog and needs some special care. He came to Rescue with huge mats and horrid infections of his ears and eyes. He also had an extensive bacterial skin infection. All his problems responded well to veterinary care. Despite his early mistreatment, Tucker appears well-adjusted and willing to please. He has been in foster care for several months where he has learned to trust again. He has been with other dogs and with cats. Tucker's ideal placement would be a home with children and a stay-at-home parent who will give him the attention and love he deserves. 1/20/2003

Hildie: Hi, my name is Hildie and I am a 4-year-old beautiful Saint! I love children and get along well with male dogs. I have been through obedience training, love car rides, walk well on a leash, and am well mannered. I love to play with my big brother Bernie. Bernie and I have been together for a long time and are hopeful that we can stay together. We have been well cared for and loved. If we can't stay together, I will need a doggie companion. Do you have a special place for me and possibly my awesome big brother Bernie? 1/20/2003

Sabrina: is a 2 year old rough coat spayed female. Her origin is as an Alabama rescue puppy. Her adoptive family turned her into rescue because she got out of the fence often. She is a very sweet loving dog... Still very happy puppy stage. We are working on getting her more confident in different situations. We suspect she spent much of her time in the back yard with another dog but little contact from her owners. She is very small girl who needs to gain some weight. Please consider opening your heart and home to this wonderful girl. 1/17/2003

Bambi: and Jenna: These adorable little girls were surrendered to rescue as their owners could not find homes for them and could not afford to keep them. Their father is Buddy who is also listed here. They are 8 weeks old as of 12/27/02. They have had their 1st shots and have been wormed. There are no obvious health problems and they appear to be normal, healthy, playful little puppies. 1/14/2003

BUDDY: is 22 month old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at 115 lbs. & is still growing! Buddy is neutered, utd on all his shots, and is on flea & heartworm preventative. He is being housetrained while he is in rescue, & knows how to use the doggie door. Buddy is good with most dogs, but really prefers females & puppies. He is also good with children, we are unsure about cats. Buddy rides well in the car, & walks well on a lead ( he may pull a little, but once corrected, he does fine ). We recommend that Buddy be taken to an obedience class, just because he does not know any commands & he is a large dog. Buddy absolutely loves to play with other dogs!! He also loves people & is a very personable dog. Buddy is just a BIG goofy guy. He will make a great family companion! 1/14/2003

Rhine: This handsome man is just 2 years old! His owners had to give him up to rescue due to a divorce. He gets along great with other dogs and children. He is current on his vaccines, neutered, heartworm and parasite free. He is a couch potato and would love a friend to cuddle up next to. 1/14/2003

Maggie: Maggie is a 2 year old sweetie. She is believed to have come from an abusive background. She is great with people and children. She gets along great with other dogs and cats. She can be skittish and shy so she needs a home that is willing to help Maggie settle in. She is current on all of her vaccines, spayed, heartworm, and parasite free. Maggie needs a home with a fenced in yard. For more info on how you can adopt Maggie. /14/2003

Baby pot belly pig: about 25 lbs. Wandered into our foster home. We are feeding the pig and looking for a loving home. 12/16/2002

Buddy: Buddy was surrendered to rescue by his owners who were no longer able to bare the financial cost of giving him the best care possible. He has been very well looked after and is in top condition. According to his owners he gets along great with everybody and everything. He does not like to be left alone and does suffer from separation anxiety. He is house broken and leash trained, rides well in the car and responds well to commands. He has been an indoor dog and believes his sleeping place is beside your bed. He is current on all shots, has been wormed and has no known health problems. Buddy is perfect for someone looking for a low maintance " ready to go dog" He is also the proud father of the 3 female puppies also listed on this page but that will not happen again as he has been neutered. 1/11/2003

Gracie: is a young (1-3yrs) female St. Bernard who was abandoned by her owners. She weighs 77lbs and needs to gain about 20 according to her doctor. She is sweet, well behaved and house broken. She is good with kids but needs a home where there are no other pets. 1/6/2003

TRUMAN: Sweet, smart 10 month old male St. Bernard. Truman is great with children and other dogs, he just needs to find a home with no birds! He is housebroken, neutered, microchipped and has all his shots. $150 Adoption Fee. 1/6/2003

Rosie: is a very sweet, young longhaired female. She was rescued from a shelter where she had been kept in deplorable conditions. Rosie had been confined in a run with five other dogs, one of which was a wolf-hybrid. She wouldn't fight for food and water, so she was dehydrated and just skin and bones when I got her. Rosie has now been spayed and vaccinated, and is putting on some much-needed weight. She is weak heartworm positive so she will need to be adopted by a family that will agree to give her Heartgard as her heartworm preventative every month. (My vet will not treat her for heartworms. Her case is so mild he feels it would be inhumane to put her through the treatment.) A six-month supply of Heartgard will be given to the family that is lucky enough to adopt this terrific girl. Rosie is an absolute sweetie!! 1/6/2003

Buca: is a 3 year old male. He is very tall and loves to play with other dogs. He is not good with cats so it would be best to place him in a home that doesn't have any cats in it. His favorite thing to do is meet and greet people. His former owners spoiled him so he loves all the creature comforts that you can give him, like letting him sleep on the couch. He tends to bark and pull on the leash when he sees other dogs and people. Buca is completely house trained and is well behaved in his foster Mom's home. 1/6/2003

Barney: 2 year old rough coated male. Very nice and mellow. Good with other dogs and kids. Likes to cuddle and get as much attention as possible. Highly food motivated so will be easy to obedience train. 1/3/2003

Petey: 18 month old smooth coat male. Very good with people and kids. Needs to be the dominant male dog in the house. Needs additional obedience training. Loves to play with the other dogs. His favorite games are keep the stick away and chase me! He is currently being house trained and crate trained. Will need a home that will crate him while he is unsupervised since he enjoys chewing toys - even if they are not really toys. He also needs a home that will keep him in the house since he can climb fences. 1/3/2003