Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, Inc.

 

 

586 Adopted (Placed) Saint Bernards 2005
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Savannah Blue: one eye brown, one eye blue, this sweet girl is a 4 year old St. Bernard who is waiting for her "person." Savannah Blue just wants to be part of the family. She gets along with other dogs but she would be just fine as an only dog. Spayed, shots, microchip 12/31/2005

SASHA: is an 18 month old rough-coat female. She is a smaller bred Saint & weighs in at 95 lbs. Sasha will fill out a little more. Sasha is spayed, housebroken, current on shots, & is on heartworm & flea preventative. Sasha is great with people & children, we prefer 8 years old & up. She has great house manners. Sasha came to us as a neglect case. The former owners left her outside tied up to a tree. Sasha loves to run & play. We prefer her to go to a family with a fenced yard. She walks well on the leash most of the time, but can be easily distracted. Sasha wants to a be a dominant dog. She seems to be fine with other male dogs, but tries to dominate female dogs. We highly recommend obedience training. Sasha will require work & commitment, so she can become the best that she can possibly be. Are you the perfect home for her? 12/28/2005

TAZ: is a 2 year old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at 135 + lbs., & should still fill out a little more. He is a wonderful big boy! Taz came to us by way of Virginia. His owners were moving & turned him over to rescue. Taz is neutered, current on shots & has been heartworm tested. He is also housebroken & crate trained. Fortunately for his new family, Taz does not drool as much as most Saints! He does know a few commands such as "No" , "Sit", "Lay" & "Paw". He also walks well on the leash as long as nothing sparks his interest too much. He gets along well with dogs. He does well with cats, but he will chase them if they run. He has also been around loose chickens and has never bothered them. Taz loves to ride in the car, but thankfully he has stopped eating socks! Yes this boy did have a sock fettish! He listens well & seems to be a good boy. He will make a great companion for someone! 12/28/2005

SADIE: is a 4 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 125 lbs. Sadie came to us from a Virginia shelter. She had come in as a stray & no one had claimed her. Sadie is spayed, current on all shots & has been heartworm tested. This girl is as sweet as they come! She is a VERY laid back girl. Sadie gets along well with cats & dogs. She is a very patient girl & will tolerate just about anything. She walks okay on a leash & is very good in the car. She enjoys being brushed. Sadie likes to be with her family , & will follow you from room to room, so she can be near you. Sadie is also housebroken & seems to have good house manners. She enjoys being petted & receiving lots of attention. 12/28/2005

Casper: This handsome boy came to us from an Illinois shelter after his owners failed to claim him when he broke free from his chain. He is a very intelligent dog and very curious about everything. Would make a great obedience dog or agility dog. Likes to keep himself occupied with everything around him. He is great with other dogs, cats, and older children. He is heartworm positive and will begin treatment shortly. He will be available for adoption in mid-April but we will gladly accept applications for this handsome 2 year old! 12/27/2005

Clair: is a 4 month old Female Saint Bernard. She is spayed, up to date on shots and started on preventative medicine. Clair leads Dolly everywhere they need to go. She is crated trained and almost potty trained. She has started to learn basic obedience and loves to take walks on a leash. She will need re-enforcement training in the new home. She loves to lead Dolly around and get the two of them into trouble. She's a real snuggle bug, wants constant belly rubs, sit in your lap, and lick your face. She does submissively pee when meeting new people. As her grows into herself and she builds her confidence, this will stop. This lovely pup is looking for a GREAT indoor forever home for the holidays. 12/27/2005

Hercules: is a handsome 1 1/2yr Male Saint Bernard. He is up to date on shots, neutered, and started on heartworm, flea and tick prevention. He was dropped off at a shelter with his sister because his breeder didn't want them anymore. Unfortunately, the shelter was unable to find a suitable home for Hercules. He is extremely laid back and easy going. He loves to go for car rides. He good with other dogs and cats. Because of being tossed around, he does like people to be overly aggressive with him (especially hovering over his head). He needs to learn to trust humans again. This will happen with lots of patients, time and love. 12/27/2005

Sierra: is a 1 1/2yr old Smooth Coat Female Saint Bernard. She is up to date on shots and started on Heartworm, Flea and Tick prevention. She is housebroken. She gets along great with other dogs and cats. She already know some basic commands and she's learning how to act on a leash. She loves to play rough so a home with children over 10 is a must and a large breed experienced applicant preferred. She's an oversized puppy that is full of energy and looking for some room to run. 12/27/2005

Bob: is a 5 yr old Longhaired male. He's a very laid back guy, totally house trained and just a sweetheart. He's ok with with other dogs and older kids. He tends to get nervous around little kids. He'd much rather be by your side and in the house. He's never been around cats but he's so laid back that it shouldn't matter. 12/25/2005

Shadow: is a 16mo old longhaired spayed female. She's been an outside dog - tied up all of her life. She need's lots of TLC and socialization, but is a very sweet girl. She's ok with cats, but not other dogs. She has lots of love to give - she just needs a loving home to call her own where she can be inside and part of a family. 12/25/2005

Sampson: is a 2 year old, Longhaired male. Came from a home that had kids and small dogs. He is sweet and needs a master to love him. 12/25/2005

BUSTER: is a 2 1/2 year old LH neutered male. He is very personable and seems to love everyone. He has lived with other dogs but is NOT good with cats. He would be good in a home with older children and with a family who can show him some obedience and leash manners! He is housebroken although he will need to learn how to communicate this with his new family. He is looking for his new and forever home. 12/25/2005

Minnie: is a 2-3 year old Saint looking for a forever home. She has heartworms and has been treated. Minnie is spay and current on her shots. 12/20/2005

Buddy: is Mr. Wonderful according to his foster Mom. He has a passion for riding in the car. Loves it. Buddy appears to be great with children 12 years or older and is fine with other animals. Buddy's previous life was not so great. He came into rescue heartworm positive. He has been treated and is doing well. Buddy is neutered and current on his shots. 12/20/2005

DEOGI: This handsome roughcoat fellow just turned four years of age. He's vaccinated, heartworm-negative, and housetrained. Once he has been neutered he will be ready to choose his perfect family. He gets along well with most other dogs and he even tolerates cats. Deogi will do best in a home with older kids. And he'd like a fenced yard please. The successful applicant will have Saint- or giant-breed-experience. 12/20/2005

ZERMATT: Named after a mountain in the Swiss Alps, this little five-month-old boy came into Rescue with his three sisters. He is neutered and vaccinated. Zermatt's a sweet puppy who plays well with his sisters but is content to amuse himself if they don't want to play. He'll be find with children of all ages. Successful completion of formal obedience lessons will be a requirement of his adoption contract. A fenced yard is preferred. 12/20/2005

COOPER: Say hello to Cooper! Roughcoat and only 18 months old, he is neutered, vaccinated and HW-negative. He's housetrained and does well with most other dogs. He's reported to "play nice" with cats, though he hasn't met a cat while in Rescue. Cooper's a tall guy who could easily add 10-15 pounds to his frame. (We're working on that.) He'd do best with children over 12 and he will need a fenced yard. He's a strong fellow who has not yet perfected his leash manners, though he's trying, so Saint- or giant-breed experience is much preferred. 12/20/2005

Emmett: Well hello gorgeous!!! You look fabulous! Meet Emmett! The most eligible bachelor in all the land. This 10-12 month old smooth coat is great with other dogs, cats, and children. Although his owner left him tied up and abandoned him, he has no regrets! Now he is here to make your life amazing!!! 12/19/2005

Matilda: 1 year old female. Rough coat. Came to rescue after she was picked up as a stray. She is total puppy and will need all forms of training. She is great with everyone and everything. She needs a home with some kids and other dogs in it to keep her busy. She loves to wrestle and play, especially with toys. 12/19/2005

Theresa: 3 yr old female. Smooth coat. Came to rescue from the shelter. She was picked up as a stray. Theresa is a small female. She is eager to please and will need all forms of training. Theresa does fine with the other dogs in her foster home but is still lacking the fine art of making doggie friends. She is a little defensive at first but once she realizes that no one will hurt her, she is totally laid back. Theresa will steal food from counters but is not a snatcher if you have food in your hands. She has very good mouth control and is gentle when taking treats. With a little training and socialization with her new owners, she will make a fabulous companion. 12/19/2005

Malu: 5 year old smooth male. Came to rescue when his previous owners moved. He is great with every one but would like a home where he can be the only boy. Malu loves to make new friends and go places either on walks or in the car. He is house trained and non destructive. He also has most of his obedience down pat but a refresher course would make him even better. 12/19/2005

Sheba: is a very friendly one year old purebred Saint Bernard. She was rescued from a rural pound. Sheba absolutely LOVES people, gives lots of big (and I do mean big!) kisses all over your faced and hands. Loves to roll upside down for belly rubs, wants to be with "her" people all the time. She has a heart as big as she is. Knows how to sit and shake hands. Sheba is a gentle and playful girl who is learning to walk nicely on a leash and is already housetrained. She's 98 lbs right now and continuing to grow. Sheba has the classic Saint markings plus one unique thing; she has one beautiful blue eye and both her eyes will sparkle happily when she has her own special family to love her! 12/19/2005

Dolly: is a 4 month old Female Saint Bernard. She is spayed, up to date on shots and started on preventative medicine. Dolly is always looking for her sister Clair. She is crated trained and almost potty trained. She has started to learn basic obedience and loves to take walks on a leash. She will need re-enforcement training in the new home. She is a loves to bounce around and romp in the yard with the other dogs. She loves to snuggle and take short naps. She's always licking, kissing and wagging her tail. This sweet pup is looking for a GREAT indoor forever home for the holidays. 12/19/2005

Shelby: is a 6-7 month old rough coat Female Saint Bernard. She is spayed, up-to-date on shots, heartworm negative, and started on preventative medicine. Shelby LOVES people and gives lots of kisses. She love to run, play and roll upside down for belly rubs. She wants to be with "her" people all the time. She was neglected in her previous home but she loves being spoiled in her foster home. She is potty trained, learning to be good on a leash, loves to go to the dog park and come home for a bath, and loves learning how to be a lady (obedience training). She's looking for her own special family to love her! Is that yours? 12/19/2005

Chelsea: Dear 6 year old female St. Bernard who came into Rescue with Savannah Blue. Both girls have been in a loving home but now need new homes because of illness in their family. Do you have room in your heart for one (or two!) of these gals. Spayed, shots, microchip. 12/15/2005

Lola: is less than a year old. She appears to love kids and other dogs. Lola loves to run. She will make someone a wonderful Pet. Lola has that beautiful mixture of Great Pyrness and Saint Bernard. She needs to go to a home with a fenced in yard. 12/12/2005

2 male:: and 3 females::: 5 puppies with very sweet personalities. 2 male and 3 females. approximately 5 months old. all are spay and neutered and ready to be adopted after December 12. 12/11/2005

Molly: is a very sweet Saint looking for a forever home. 12/11/2005

Angel: is a 2-3 year old Saint with a very nice temperament. 12/11/2005

Jasmine: This very sweet 8 month old came to us after her owners could no longer care for her properly. She is great with other dogs, cats, and children. She has some basic obedience skills but still needs work. Proof of obedience enrollment will be required for adoption. She is a beautiful girl, red and white in color. She is a real doll! 12/7/2005

Tank: Notes; Hello, My name is Tank and I am a 2-3 year old pure-bred gentlemanly Saint. I am recently single and looking for a permanent companion. My ideal new best friend would have some time for belly rubs and a visit to the park. For fun I like to chase cats, hang out with other dogs, watch TV (Animal Planet) and love on humans big and small. I am housebroken, will crate, eat everything in my bowl, am laid-back, ok on a leash, GQ handsome, and quite modest. Tank is a XXL, gorgeous splash-coat, saintly Saint with a wonderful disposition. Tank will make a wonderful and welcome new addition to a lucky family. Tank is neutered, vaccinated, and on Frontline. 12/5/2005

Charlie: Notes; Hello, My name is Charlie and I am a 7 month old purebred Saint puppy. Even though I am young, I am crate trained, know some basic commands, walk well on a leash, and specialize in big slobbery kisses. I adore children, so a permanent new home with some wee ones would be most welcome. At 7 months of age and 85lbs, Charlie will be a really big boy. Applicants with large breed experience, a fenced yard, and children will be given preference. Charlie is neutered, vaccinated, on heartworm preventative and Frontline. 12/5/2005

Roscoe: is a large 18 month old rough coat saint with a full mask and mahogany mantle. He is a very playful puppy and loves attention. Roscoe has a sweet and affectionate temperament and has lived with kids, cats and dogs. He is housetrained and walks on a leash well. He loves running and playing in the yard, going on walks and car rides. He is current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative and will be neutered prior to placement. 12/5/2005

Rosie: 1 1/2 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Gets along with everyone. Very happy girl. Also, very petite - only weighs 80 lbs. - looks like a puppy. 12/5/2005

CLEO: is an almost-two-year-old smoothcoat (shorthaired) female who is spayed, housetrained, and up to date on vaccinations. She tested negative for heartworm and erlicchea but positive for Lyme Disease and has been started on a course of antibiotics. Cleo would do bst in a home with a male dog or no other dogs, and she's a bit too intense for cats. But she sure likes getting tummy rubs from her humans, and she loves riding in the car. Cleo plays well with kids and will need a fenced yard 12/1/2005

Katherine: L/H female - a definite lady! She is about 3 yrs old and doesn't seem to have a problem with anyone. She is getting along fine with the male dogs. Don't have a clue regarding cats. Has an appointment for her spay. 12/1/2005

Sandy: is an adorable three month old splash coat saint bernard puppy with a full mask. Sandy and her two litter mates came from a breeder in PA. Sandy has lived with kids, cats, dogs and other animals and she get along well with all of them. She is crate trained and paper trained. She is friendly, playful and affectionate. She is the most outgoing of her litter mates and is quick to learn. She has been wormed, is current on her puppy shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. 12/1/2005

Milo: 5 yr old male. Rough coat. Came to rescue when his owner died. Milo loves to cuddle with his human and is eager to please. He is a little shy at first but warms up quickly. Milo is good with other dogs but doesn't have a whole lot of interest in them. He would rather get pets. Milo has not yet learned the joy of car rides but does like to go for walks. He is crate trained and mostly house trained. He knows some obedience but could use a class to perfect his doggie skills. With a little training, Milo will make someone a great companion. 11/29/2005

Trooper: is a 1-year old (as estimated by a vet) rough coat Saint Bernard. A nice family found him as a stray and in poor condition. He was severely matted and needed to be shaved completely. He was also very underweight which has caused some resource protection issues with food. Trooper is a sweet soul. He is great with other dogs, large or small (although feeding will need to be done separately until he overcomes his food issues). His ideal home would be with a family to love and spoil him without children under 12-years of age please. Can you give Trooper a much deserved second chance at life? 11/29/2005

Sonoma: is a 7month old rough coat Female Saint Bernard. She is spayed, up-to-date on shots, dewormed and started on Heartworm, Flea and Tick preventative medicine. She is crate trained and housebroken. She is learning how to walk on a leash, basic obedience, and proper introductions to people and other animals. She gets along with everyone. She was surrendered due to allergies. She is searching for a wonderful forever home. 11/29/2005

Bailey: is a 1 1/2 year old spayed female rough coat that was an owner turn-in due to moving. She currently weighs 108 pounds and is a little thin. (We will be working on that though) She previously lived with children ages 5 and 7. Bailey is housebroken - she goes to the door and waits patiently for you to take her out. Bailey also knows some basic commands - come, sit, stay, down, no. Playing fetch is great fun. She loves to sleep with her stuffed animals. While Bailey is a very recent arrival, we're told that when she is hungry, she will pick up her empty bowl and bring it to you. Car rides are great too. Bailey does NOT like cats - so no cats, please. We will try to post additional photos as soon as possible. 11/29/2005

Gretchen: is a 5.5 yo spayed female rough coat. She's a bit chunky at 140 pounds and is on a reducing diet. Her owner became disabled and was no longer able to care for her. This dog came from a well known breeder. 11/25/2005

Harris: is an absolutely adorable shorthaired male Saint Bernard! The vet believes that Harris is only about 18 months old. He is one big ol' goofy puppy! Harris loves to drink from the water hose, and to roll around on his back waiting for a tummy rub. Harris seems to love everybody and everything, and is very eager to please. He can be energetic, so he needs to be adopted by a family that will be patient with him. Harris has now been neutered, brought current on his vaccinations, and is heartworm negative. He will be a wonderful addition to the lucky family that adopts him! 11/26/2005

Hannah 2: 11/25/2005

Kelly: is 7 or 8 years old. She is just a doll baby. Kelly loves people. Having her belly rubbed is her favorite thing. She is Spay and current on her shots. She is also house trained and good with other dogs. 11/25/2005

Buchannan: is a 3yr old rough coat male. He is a good size boy at 135lbs. He is full of life and loves everyone he meets. He is very energetic and getting obedience training. In the foster home, he is afraid of the little Pekingese, but doesn't get along with the big dogs. We are working with him regarding this issue. 11/24/2005

Missy: This sweet 10 month old came to us from an Illinois shelter after her owner could no longer care for her properly. She is a petite little thing and will probably be just under 100 pounds. She is great with other dogs, cats, and children. Proof of obedience enrollment will be required for adoption. 11/23/2005

Cesar: My name is Cesar. I am a victim of a throw away society. I was found standing on the road. I am so gentle but cant help that I am so huge. Cesar is good with other dogs and cats. He weighs 115lbs which is severely underweight. A healthy weight will be 150 to 160 lbs. Cesar is a very well mannered boy. He is neutered and current on his shots. 11/21/2005

Axel: is a three month old rough coat saint bernard puppy. He is a big puppy with a mahogany mantle and a full mask. Axel and his two sisters came from a breeder in PA. Axel lives with kids, cats, dogs and other animals and get along well with all of them. He is crate trained, paper trained and is well mannered in the house. He has been wormed, is current on his puppy shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful pet. 11/18/2005

Ashley: is an adorable three month old rough coat saint bernard puppy with a mahogany mantle and a full mask. Ashley and her two litter mates came from a breeder in PA. Ashley has lived with kids, cats, dogs and other animals and she get along well with all of them. She is crate trained and paper trained. She is friendly, playful and affectionate. She has been wormed, is current on her puppy shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. 11/18/2005

Augie: is a 3 year old full masked rough coat female. She is housebroken, crate trained, walks well on a leash and is very quiet and well behaved in the house, She knows many obedience commands. Augie is gentle, friendly, outgoing and loves attention. She gets along well with kids, dogs and cats. She is spayed, up to date on shots and on heartworm and flea preventative. 11/18/2005

Jacson: is a 3 year old rough coat saint with a full mask and mahogany mantle. He is a very playful and loves attention. He has a sweet, affectionate temperament and loves people. He gets along well with cats, small dogs and children. He loves the lady saints but doesn't play well with other large alpha males. He loves belly rubs, going on walks and car rides, but especially loves being with people. He is neutered, current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful companion. 11/18/2005

Sissy: is a 7 month old rough coat saint with a full mask. She is affectionate, calm and sweet. She is housebroken, crate trained and likes other dogs and cats. She is quiet and mannerly in the house and has no destructive tendencies. She walks on a leash well and loves walks and belly rubs. She is up to date on all shots, and is on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be spayed prior to placement. 11/18/2005

Bacon: is a 3 year old handsome and stately rough coat Saint Bernard. He is affectionate, calm natured and is well behaved. He is housebroken, crate trained, and walks on leash without pulling. Bacon gets along well with other animals and children. He loves to go on walks and prefers to stay inside with his family. He is up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. He will be neutered prior to placement. 11/18/2005

Buddy: is a two year old rough coat male with a full mask. Buddy is affectionate, quiet and well behaved in the house. He is housetrained and has been obedience trained. Buddy gets along well with cats and most dogs including small dogs. He does not get along with some large dominate male saints. Buddy is leary of meeting new people and needs a home with an experienced saint owner. 11/18/2005

Drew: is a 1.5 year old smooth coat female who will be a big girl when she's all done growing. She already tips the scales at 120 lbs and measures 32" at the withers! This pup has been spayed, microchipped, is on flea preventative, and heartworm preventative and is up to date on all her shots. Drew needs a strong handler as she is huge and strong and has had no obedience training other than here in foster care. She is such a lover and would make a great dog for someone without small children as she has no respect for human space We love Miss Drew and I'm sure you will too! 11/17/2005

Magnus: 4.5 yr old male. Rough coat. Came to rescue after his owners moved. Magnus is house, crate and obedience trained. He does need work on his leash skills so we are teaching him to walk on a head halti. Magnus is non destructive and very well behaved in the house. He does not like being left outside so he will need an owner willing to let him stay inside while they are gone. 11/17/2005

Daisy: 3 yr old rough coated female. House and crate trained. Knows some obedience but will need an owner willing to go to school with her. Good with big dogs but doesn't do well with small dogs. Very mellow, sweet and loving. Looking for that special someone to call her own. 11/17/2005

Louie: is about 1yr old. He is of a small build, at 75 lbs. He is very loving and friendly after he earns your trust. He shows some signs of abuse, is afraid of children and being out in the open. He gets along with other dogs and cats. We are working on his fear issues. 11/17/2005

Mollie: is a 5 year old spay female who has had a tough life. Her first home was with people who didn't take very good care of her. She was locked outside the first few years of her life and when she was allowed in the house the owners children thought it would be fun to ride her like a pony and pull on her hair. Her next owners loved her dearly but as time went on Hyacinth began showing signs of prey drive and was not good around their cats. Her next owners had her as a companion dog for their male saint but Hyacinth dream is to be someone special pet. Although she gets along well with other dogs she craves human companionship. She needs to be in a home where she can either go to work with her owners or lives in a house with a retired couple. Fearful of thunder she will do anything to be with her humans. 11/14/2005

Bogart: is a 2 year old male. Good with other dogs and people. Very needy boy. Neutered and current on his shots.11/12/2005

Stella: is a splash / rough coat XL female Saint Bernard. She came into rescue because her mom died of cancer. She has spent her life being loved and cared for. Unfortunately, with the loss, the family could not continue to care for Stella. She is looking for a home that she can live out her years. She is well manner and laid back. She is great with other dogs but not with cats. In her previous home, she only ate canned food because her her system does not digest dry kibble. So, we are feeding her a home cooked diet. 11/12/2005

Pippin: Is a 12 week on Saint cross that was an owner surrender. She's housebroken and an extremely friendly little girl. Would you like to give Pippin her new forever home? Pippin will be spayed, current on all vaccinations as well as microchipped prior to adoption. 11/11/2005

Calabas: Gorgeous 4 year old male smoothcoat St. Bernard who is a true Saint in looks and temperament. Cal is good on a leash, knows his basic commands, gets along with other dogs and is a gentle, loving boy. Neutered, shots, microchip 11/8/2005

ZOE: Cute little roughcoat Zoe just turned two years old. She's wonderful with most other dogs. (We haven't yet tested her with cats.) She is UTD on vaccinations and will soon be spayed and heartworm-tested. Zoe's a delightful girl who does well with children of all ages. She's a gentle soul who would like a low-key environment where she can get lots of hugs. A fence is preferred but not essential. 11/8/2005

BELLE 2: Meet Belle 2. She is a two-year-old roughcoat who has a number of champions in her background. She is vaccinated and will soon be spayed and heartworm-tested. Belle's a delightful little peanut who became a mommy in June. Now she's ready to leave motherhood behind and just hang out and give kisses to some lucky family. She's great with most other dogs, and probably will be fine with cats. Belle would like a family with children. We'd prefer a fenced yard for her. 11/8/2005

ISABELLE: If you're looking for a love-sponge, Isabelle's your girl. She's a three year old roughcoat who's housetrained, spayed, vaccinated, and heartworm-negative. Isa came into Rescue following the death of her owner. She's pretty confused right now, and will need someone who's willing to help her adapt to the changes in her young life. She's wonderful on a leash, and knows basic obedience. Isa's an affectionate little darling and she sticks to your hip like velcro. She would like to be the family's only pet. A fenced yard is strongly preferred. 11/8/2005

GENEVA: This little sweetie is five-month-old Geneva. Spayed and vaccinated, she's very ladylike and calm (for a puppy her age). She loves to be petted but willingly waits her turn for cuddles. She plays well with her siblings and didn't even mind when her foster mom's cat jumped into the pen. Successful completion of formal obedience lessons will be a requirement of her adoption contract. A fenced yard is strongly preferred. 11/8/2005

TANK: This sweet fellow is an almost-two-year-old roughcoat male. Tank is a tall boy who is housebroken, neutered, vaccinated, and HW-negative. But as you can see from his photo, he's missed quite a few meals in his young life. At only 115 pounds our vet thinks he needs to pack on another 30 pounds to grow into his big feet and reach his optimum weight. Poor Tank came to us dehydrated, with a urinary tract infection and an ear infection, which are responding well to antibiotic treatment. Despite this rough start, Tank's a terrific boy who's great with children of all ages. He does well with most other dogs. As for cats, he's quite curious but we don't think he'd harm a cat. Tank would like a family of his own. A fenced yard would be nice, and preference will be given to applicants with previous Saint or giant-breed experience. Got room in your heart for Tank? He promises to return your kindness a hundred-fold. 11/8/2005

Frances: 2.5 yr old male. Smooth coat. Came to rescue from the shelter. He was picked up as a stray. Frances is a very social kid who needs all forms of training. We are currently working on house and crate training. He is good with the kids we have here and does well with the other dogs. Cats are unknown. Frances loves to cuddle and steal food from counter tops. 11/7/2005

Crede: This little slugger is such a doll! He is just a mere 6 months old and already such a big boy! He is great with other dogs, cats, and children. He is a very laid back puppy. He enjoys playing catch and watching the White Sox in the World Series! What a guy! 11/7/2005

Magoo: This gorgeous 15 month old was given up to rescue after he and another canine family member continually challenged one another. He is a very loving boy and is great with other dogs, cats, and children. He is a fabulous boy! Proof of Obedience Training enrollment will be required for adoption. For more info on how you can make Magoo a part of your family, please contact us and fill out an online application. 11/7/2005

Doobie: is a 6 mo old longhaired female. She's a very sweet girl, good with kids and other dogs. Loves everyone and everything. She's been an inside dog and just wants to be with you. 11/7/2005

Nana: is an 8 mo. old saint mix. We think she's possibly part boxer. She's a very loving girl, good with other pets and older kids. She's house trained and loves everyone and everything. She's also good with cats. She's very smart and very trainable. 11/7/2005

Casey: 10-12 mo old LH male. Casey is very people oriented and loves to cuddle. Not sure if he's good with other dogs, or little kids but is a happy loving puppy who wants a loving family to call his own. 11/7/2005

Sedona: 2-3 yr old LH neutered male. He's a very sweet boy, but is a very high energy dog. He's good with kids and other dogs. Needs lots of tlc and some structure in his life. He's good on a leash, after a few minutes, which proves he's trainable. He's just wants a family to love. 11/7/2005

JAZZY: (short for Jasmine) is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 110 lbs. or so. We pulled Jazzy from a MD. shelter, where she was scheduled to be euthanized because of lack of space. Jazzy was very depressed in that environment, but has now perked up & is her happy self again. Jazzy is spayed, current on shots, & has been heartworm tested. Jazzy is housebroken, good with other dogs & is fine with cats too. She rides well in the car & LOVES to go for walks, but needs work on the leash. We believe that Jazzy will do well in a family with older kids, 8 years & up. Jazzy is a little on the shy side , but is a very sweet girl. She also seems to be a pretty calm girl & does not jump up on people. When she wants your attention, she will prance around & then sit in front of you. Jazzy loves being petted, having her belly rubbed, likes being brushed, & enjoys leaning up against you. Once she feels comfortable, she will play. Jazzy is also a low drooler. She will make someone a great companion! 11/5/2005

Petey: is a 1-2 year old rough coat Saint Bernard. Petey is a splash coat Saint with no mask. Petey is a LOVE. He is GREAT with children of all ages, including babies. He is housetrained and aims to please. Petey is good with most other dogs. If he is challenged, he will react and therefore needs a handler who is willing to work with him on this issue. Petey has been fostered with multiple other dogs and has done great with them all. Petey loves nothing more than to crawl in bed with his people and relax! 11/4/2005

Nike: L/H male - almost 8 mos old. Has had some obedience training, has been very well taken care of, gets along with other dogs and cats. Has lived with children. 11/4/2005

Grizzy: (aka Grizzley) is a 120lb (still growing) 1 1/2yr old smooth coat male Saint Bernard. He was abandoned in a home (tied on a chane in a basement) and the construction workers found him when they were going to demolish the house. Lucky for him, he is now safe. He is extremely sweet boy. He is crate trained, house broken and knows basic obedience. He is neutered, microchipped, up-to-date on shots, heartworm negative and started on Heartworm, Flea and Tick preventative. Grizzy is looking for someone to love and care for him forever. 11/2/2005

Lance: is a handsome 120lb (still growing) 1 1/2 year old smooth/rough coated Male Saint Bernard. His coat is still like puppy fur. He is neutered and up-to-date on shots. He is heartworm negative and started on Heartworm, Flea and Tick preventative. He is crate trained and housebroken. He is good with other dogs and cats. He loves to play with other animals but sometimes he needs to be reminded of his size. He is learning basic obedience. He loves to play but doesn't realize how big he is. He's had two homes in two short years, dumped at a shelter not knowing what he did and know he is looking for a family that will keep him for the rest of his life. Potential adopters MUST have large breed experience and no children under 8 years old. 11/2/2005

Stella: This sweet 5 month old came to us after her owners could no longer care for her properly. They were not properly educated about the breed nor understood what is all involved in having a puppy. She is good with children, other dogs, and cats. She is looking for a home that will give her the proper training she needs and the love she requires! Proof of Obedience Training enrollment will be required for adoption. 11/1/2005

Nana: This very lovable girl came to us as a stray. She was rescued from a shelter after no one came to claim her. She is approximately 5 years old. She knows basic commands and is leash and crate trained. She gets along well with other dogs, cats, and children. She loves belly rubs and enjoys being a lap dog. She is quite the lover!!! 11/1/2005

Daphne: is a 2 year old female that loves everyone. She is still a pup at heart and is very strong. Fenced in yard is required. 10/31/2005

Horse: is a 5 yo neutered male rough coat. His family was transferred to Germany and his Dad sent back to Iraq for a second tour of duty. This guy is a big love bug. His large 145 pound frame takes up quite a bit of space in our kennel laundry room. Horse gets along well with our other Saints and loves people and kids. 10/31/2005

Nico: Sweet one year old male who was rescued from the local shelter. Nico is a good boy, walks well on a leash and is very loving. Neutered, shots, microchip. 10/29/2005

Max: is a 10 year old neutered male. His owners used him for breeding and when his usefulness was up and they decided to clean out their stock and Max was tossed. The poor guy wouldn't even respond to people when he first went into the shelter. The only stimulus he ever had in his life was eating, smelling where he was to pee, and mating. Thanks to the wonderful shelter staff Max has begun to realize there is great pleasure in being with people who enjoy his company. Max is like a toddler though pulling everything down to taste it. This morning he tasted the flowers on the table and when it fell down he ran into the hallway to hide. He LOVES people, food, and giving kisses. He has even begun to play with one of the fosters dogs. The normal lifespan of a saint Bernard is 8 to 10 years but we have been finding that saints can live up to 12 years old. It is very hard to determine how long Max has to live. We have found a mass in the abdomen but it doesn't seem to affect him in anyway. It would be wonderful if someone could find room in their hearts to make Max's their special pal. It would be the first time in his life that he will matter to someone. 10/27/2005

Mable: is a sweet 3-4 yr old rough coat Female Saint Bernard. She was used as a breeding dog since she was 6 months old and she just finished nursing her last litter. She is now spayed, up-to-date on shots, on preventative medicine, housebroken, and crate trained. She is okay with other animals but she must be introduced properly. She is looking for a home where is can enjoy the family life, take walks in the park, play ball in the yard, and snuggle with her owner during evening television. 10/23/2005

RIGGS: is a 5 year old purebred male sporting a fashionable smooth coat. This boy is awesome!! We've only had him for a short time. He was turned into a humane society in central West Virginia when his family had a change in circumstances. Riggs rides well in the car and has gotten along with others during the time he was in the shelter and during the meet-and-greet session that he had upon arrival with us. We have been told that he spent the first year of life in the house, but then got too large. After that, Riggs has been outside. As we gain further information and understanding of this boy, we'll update. Riggs will be brought up to date on his shots and placed on heartworm & flea preventative. He will also be neutered prior to placement. Don't let this boy pass you by!! 10/21/2005

Pepper: This sweet 5 year old came to us after her owners could no longer care for her. She is great with children, dogs, and cats. She can be quite timid around other dogs her size but warms up. She will require a 5-6ft fence as she likes to visit the neighbors with anything less. She loves to curl in your lap for a belly rub and loves to roll around in the grass! 10/20/2005

Brandy: 18 month old female. Smooth coat. Has already been through two families. The second family surrendered her to the shelter because she is a dominant female. Would do best in a home where she is the only dog because she takes a long time to warm up to the other dogs. She is defensive when meeting them and will growl. Brandy is super submissive with humans and is very people oriented. All she wants to do is please her humans. She is house and crate trained. Knows some obedience. Brandy is great with kids. 10/19/2005

Mozart: is a stunningly beautiful Saint Bernard whose pictures do not do him justice. He is a very well behaved boy in the home who gets along well with other dogs and is respectful to cats. He was exceptional for the groomer and appears to know his basic commands, and has lovely leash manners. This is a very masculine boy who would do his best in a home with large dog experience as he weighs in around 130 lbs and has some filling out to do yet. 10/19/2005

Bailey: is a spayed female rough coat. She's 8.5 years old. Her family dumped her at a shelter when they moved. She's a super sweet gal in need of a family to love. 10/19/2005

Roma: She is a 1 1/2 year old female, shorthair, sweet & gentle. Gets along with strangers, other dogs and cats. Just wants to please and be loved. She is a great house dog, not a chewer or digger. Will be spayed on Sept 15th. She is also current on her shots and will have a rabies shot and be heartworm tested. 10/18/2005

Jake: Male, very big, shorthair, 1 1/2 year old, neutered Saint Bernard. Jake needs all forms of training and will need a person committed to take him to a formal obedience school. He was never socialized or trained, but wants to please he just does not know how. Since being with me he has come a long ways in a short time. Jake needs a home without small dogs, cats or small/young children, he is a bull in a china cabinet. 10/18/2005

Bella Donna: This is Bella Donna. She is a beautiful lady. Her white is so very white. She is about 2yrs old and very gentle. She is a fast learner. She was never in a house, but is really coming along quickly. She follows her foster mother from room to room just to be close. 10/18/2005

Juggs: JUGGERNAUT aka JUGGS D.O.B. September 14, 2003 Juggs is a very sweet and lovable almost 2 year old purebred Saint Bernard. He is somewhere between a smooth and a rough coat Saint and drools VERY little. He was given up by his original owner as a puppy because he wouldn't be contained in a 3-foot fence. The owner wanted him put to sleep but the shelter had other ideas and a young woman took him home. Sadly, she can no longer keep him as her circumstances have changed but she loves him and wants the best home possible for him. He's a good dog, crates well, loves children, gets along with other dogs and, while very interested in cats, causes no harm and is tolerated by our felines here. He's pretty laid back but will gladly join in if boisterous play is initiated. He loves to play tug o'war but this is definitely an outside activity! Weighing in at 106 pounds, that can be pretty destructive. He's good on lead, rides very well in a car with no crating, comes when called and understands "no". Not a counter surfer and does not beg at mealtime and not a barker. He loves squeaky toys and is a bit of a hoarder. Sound perfect? He almost is. However, he's still in the puppy stage and should be crated when his people aren't at home but has not needed the crate at night. We don't know about bathing but is a real crybaby about having nails trimmed; doesn't care for ear cleaning and absolutely doesn't like teeth cleaning. We're working on that. He's neutered, UTD on vaccinations, is on flea/tick preventive but still needs the HW check done. 10/18/2005

BERNIE: Hi, I'm Bernie and I'm a BIG handsome , lug of a dog. I am a rough-coat male estimated to be about 4.5 years old and came to HSHC as a stray. I'm a fairly easy going lad who is strong ,but there's not many reasons that I would pull on leash or get riled up, so a calmer home would suit me best. I also have particular choices in dog friends and haven't been able to find any here yet as I don't like boy dogs or dominant females, but staff thinks a low key, submissive female friend might work with me. Otherwise I'd like to be the only dog if that's ok with you! As for kids, Bernards are typically good with kids, but staff says I haven't met any here yet, so they ask that anyone interested use good judgment with me and kids. I'm a nice boy who is affectionate but not overwhelmingly so. I am fine alone and can be a bit independent at times. But maybe that's just because I haven't found my soul mate yet. 10/17/2005

Pippin: Is a sweetheart of a girl. She's housetrained, crate trained, knows her basic obedience commands. She loves to go for rides, play with her rubber chicken and is the love of her foster Mom's life. We think that Pippin is a Saint Bernard, Australian Shepherd mix. She's going to be about 50 - 65 lbs when fully grown. Pippin has been microchipped and is on heartworm and flea/tick preventatives. 10/17/2005

Sally: Sally is an 8 month old, rough coat female Saint Bernard. Sally is housebroken, loves children, is just a playful puppy. Sally is current on her vaccinations, has been spayed and will be microchipped prior to placement. 10/17/2005

Sarge: is an 2 year old large rough coat Saint Bernard with a full mask. He is a handsome and stately gentleman. Sarge is affectionate and well behaved. He walks on leash without pulling, is housebroken and knows basic obedience commands. He gets along well with cats, other dogs and loves children. He also loves to be petted and to go on car rides and walks. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. 10/16/2005

Beethoven: a is a 3 year old splash coat male with a full mask. He is housebroken and crate trained. He walks well on a leash and does not have any destructive tendencies. Beethoven is loving, outgoing and playful. He is affectionate and loves attention. He gets along well with other dogs and cats. He is up to date on shots and will be neutered prior to placement. 10/16/2005

SAINT: is a 2-3 year old handsome smooth-coat male. He weighs in at about 130 lbs. or so. Saint came in as a stray & nobody has claimed him. Saint has been tested with other dogs & cats, & he is absolutely wonderful with both. We believe he is also house trained, since he hasn't gone in his kennel, & when we take him outside he pees for 5 minutes! Saint has been heartworm tested & is negative. He seems to be a VERY loving big boy! Saint will be neutered & current on shots prior to adoption. 10/16/2005

Henry: is a 2 yo smooth coat neutered male. This guy is a happy camper and will need a home w/ a pool or other water source. He loves to swim. He talks alot and loves to gives kisses. 10/16/2005

ISABELLA: is an 8 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 80 lbs. & is still growing! Isabella is spayed, current on shots & is on Heartguard Plus. She is housebroken & crate trained too. Isabella is a very sweet girl who loves to be the center of attention. She wants to be a dominant female, so it would be best if she goes to a home with a male dog or a submissive female. Isabella loves to play with her stuffed animal toys! She is good with other dogs , cats & loves children. Isabella also enjoys her belly rubs. She does pull some on the leash , & she would benefit from some obedience training. Isabella is a great girl, who acts like a big puppy! She will make a great addition to your family. 10/15/2005

Rita: 7 month old smooth female. Came to rescue after her previous owners abandoned her with friends stating that they could no longer afford to feed her. She is a true blue pup and needs all forms of training. Rita loves to play with the bigger dogs and sees no reason why she can't wrestle with the kids too. She would do best with kids over 7 years old. Experienced Saint owners only need apply for this little girl. 10/14/2005

Sabrina: This is Sabrina. She is approx a year and a half old. Loves people...but needs to be an only dog in the household, as she does not play well with others. She will be spayed, all shots current, wormed, and chipped.She has just started in obedience and doing well. She is housebroken and crate trained. 10/13/2005

Sally: She is about 2 yrs old. Sally was an owner surrender, she was neglected. She is very energetic and does need some basic obedience classes. She is very sweet and good with kids, other dogs, and adults, she wants all your attention. She is spayed and is up to date on shots. 10/13/2005

Manzi: is 6 years old. She was an owner release to a Shelter. She appears to be great with children and people. She loves you to sit and pet her. She is great off lead and will stay with you and come when called. Manzi will need to be placed in a home with no other dogs. 10/13/2005

Britney: is a 3-5 year old roughcoat female Saint Bernard weighing 125 pounds. She was rescued from a horrible home where is was being used as a breeding dog. Prior to coming into rescue, she had never experienced indoor living or the love from human. She is extremely shy but warms up very quick. She is spayed, up-to-date on shots, started on preventative medicine and she is being treated for ear and skin issues due to a living a life in an outdoor kennel. She needs some reinforcement with potty training because she's never had the luxury of being indoors. She is doing great so far. She is good on a leash. Even though she has not been socialized with other animals, she gets along with everything. She is looking for a home that will teach her how to enjoy the good life of love and companionship. 10/13/2005

Comet: is a 10 mouth old roughcoat male Saint Bernard. His family loves him dearly but had to give him up due to work and school demands. Comet is a very typical Saint pup. He is eager to please but also looking to get into trouble if not watched. Comet is housebroken and crate trained. He knows some basic obedience but he would benefit from further classes. He is still going through a mouthy stage. His ideal home would be a loving family with children over 10yr old. He scheduled to be neutered, he is up-to-date on shots and he is currently taking heartworm, flea and tick preventative medicine. 10/13/2005

Gwen: is a 4 yo spayed female rough coat. Her coat was so matted when we pulled her from the shelter, we had to give her a drastic haircut. This gal is very loving and gets along great w/ other animals. She loves kids and is ready for a family to watch over. 10/13/2005

Monty: is a 1 yr old neutered male that as surrendered to the humane society due to family allergies. He is in a foster home with other dogs and cats and doing well, but would like a forever home. He is really a hit a day care he attends. He was born with hip dysplagia, but loves to run and play with his foster brother and Sister. 10/13/2005

Wilson: is a young male that was Surrendered to rescue because they Were moving to a smaller place and couldn't afford to take care of him. He is neutered, up to date on shots, Microchipped. He gets along with kids, cats and female dogs. He is looking for a forever home. 10/13/2005

Mandy: is a sweet young female that Was living with another St that now Doesn't like her. Mandy is very sweet, Just wants to be loved. Great with Kids and other dogs. It's the other Dog in the house that doesn't like Her. Housetrained, up to date with shots, microchipped. 10/13/2005

Simba: is 5 mo old male St puppy surrendered to rescue from a neglectful situation. The puppy was originally bought from a breeder , after the breeder had started the Puppy on first two sets of shots and recommended that the puppy be seen by a veterinary ophthalmologist and the family said they would. They never went to the specialist. Simba was born with congenital "Cherry Eye' and will Require surgery to correct this . He is a very sweet puppy that likes to play with other dogs. He is very gentle for a puppy and deserves a forever home that will take care Of him. We are unsure of his vision at this point, until He sees the "eye MD" to be evaluated. But he gets around Very well on his own. The family that had him kept him Outside and he was sick when he came into rescue with A high fever and had to be treated at Animal Emergency. We will be doing fund raising for his vet bills. 10/13/2005

Disco: This very sweet 3 year old was left abandoned in a campground over Labor Day weekend. He is such a lover! He is great with other dogs, cats, and children. Won't you give Disco a second chance at a great life? 10/13/2005

Stella: This gorgeous smooth coat 3 year old came to us from an Indiana shelter after a concerned fellow rescuer saw her posted for many months and decided to save her. She was heartworm positive but has been treated and is recovering nicely. She is fabulous with other dogs, cats, and children. She is about the sweetest girl you will ever meet! 10/13/2005

Hannah: This very sweet 1 year old came to us after her owners could no longer care for her properly. She is good with male dogs only, large and small, and she is great with cats and children. She is a really nice girl who will be your very best friend. She loves to cuddle, swim and play in the snow. She needs obedience training and socialization as she was left to live outside and can be afraid of strangers. She is a beautiful gal! 10/13/2005

Sampson: This gorgeous smooth coat boy came to us from an Illinois shelter after he was found running loose as a stray. He gets along well with other dogs, cats, and children. He is a very nice, laid back boy! 10/13/2005

Penny: 2 year old rough female. Came to rescue from a shelter. Her coat was in such bad shape that we had to body shave her. She is good with the other dogs and kids. Loves to run, wrestle and play. Penny seems to be house trained but will need obedience training. We are crate training her because she will raid the trash can if she gets the opportunity. 10/10/2005

Kyle: is a beautiful 8 month old smooth coat saint with a full mask and mahogany mantle. He is a big playful puppy who loves attention. He has a sweet and affectionate temperament and gets along well with cats, dogs, and children. He walks on a leash without pulling. He is crate trained, house trained and is well mannered for his age. Kyle is still a puppy and chews on his bones and chew toys, but hasn't chewed on anything inappropriate. He loves playing in the yard, going on walks and car rides. He is neutered and current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative. 10/7/2005

HARLIE: is a soon to be 12 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at about 120 lbs. or so. Harlie is spayed, current on all shots & has been heartworm tested. She is a wonderful senior citizen who just loves everyone! She is good with children or all ages, cats , dogs & horses too. She came into rescue as a product of a divorce. Harlie was having a battle with fleas, but is now on frontline. Harlie is a super sweet girl! 10/7/2005

TINKERBELL: is a 4 month old rough-coat female. She is spayed, current on all shots, micro-chipped & crate trained. She is one of 3 puppies that came into rescue. Tinkerbell is a very out going, nothing will stand in her way kinda girl. She fears nothing! 10/7/2005

Zeus: 18 month old male. Rough coat. Came to rescue from an owner who could not take care of him. He is a little shy with new people for the first 3 seconds but then loves everyone. Zeus will need all forms of training. He is currently being house and crate trained. He is good with other dogs and kids but due to size would do better with kids over 7 yrs old. 10/5/2005

Bruno: is a 5-6 year old roughcoat male Saint Bernard. He appears to be a bully but is a pure marshmellow. Prior to coming into rescue, he was used as a stud dog and spent his life in an outside cage living in his own filth. He is now neutered, up-to-date on shots, started on preventative medicine and being treated for skin and ear infections caused by the elements that he was forced to live in. He loves to give and gets kisses. Even though he has not been socialized, he is eager to meet other animals. He cries and sends out a whine to meet them. He loves to be brushed and snuggle in your lap. He is currently being taught how to respect a home including potty training and obedience. He is extremely food motivated and will do any thing for a treat or ice cream cone. Bruno would love to find a home where he can be spoiled and gives lots of love back. 10/5/2005

Sophie: is a one year old rough coat girl. Spayed, up to date on shots & HW negative. She is good with children, other dogs and curious about cats. She loves to play and is very loyal. Like most puppies, she does need obedience work. Older children, fenced yard and giant breed experience preferred. 10/5/2005

Jasper: He is about 2-3 yrs old. He was picked up at a shelter and weighed only 112 lbs. He is now gaining weight and loves to play and be loved on. He has a great temperament, wonderful with other dogs, kids, adults. He is neutered and up to date on shots. Jasper will make a wonderful dog for anyone that will pay attention to him. 10/4/2005

LUCY 2: This delightful three-year-old gentle giant has come into Rescue because her family thought their upcoming move to Texas would be too much for her. Lucy's a roughcoat and she's spayed, housetrained, vaccinated and HW-negative. She's a very smart girl who gets along with most other dogs, and she even likes cats! The ideal adoptive family will have children over age 12 and Saint- or giant-breed experience. A fenced yard is preferred but is not essential. 10/3/2005

VERBIER: Named after a tiny town near the Hospice of Saint Bernard in Switzerland, sweet little Verbier was born to play. She loves to run and romp and chase her siblings. At five months old she's spayed and vaccinated. Verbier would like a family with children and another dog. She wouldn't mind a cat either. Successful completion of formal obedience lessons will be a requirement her her adoption contract. And we'd prefer a fenced yard for her. 10/3/2005

BRODY 2: This handsome guy is two-year-old Brody 2. As you can see from his picture, he LOVES mud. He plays well with most other dogs (don't yet know about cats) and would like a family with children over 12. He will need a refresher course in leash manners. Brody's vaccinated and is scheduled to be neutered and heartworm-tested. He asks that you bring lots of cookies when you come to meet him. The successful applicant will have large- or giant-breed experience. A fenced yard is required. 10/3/2005

Else: 10 month old long hair female. Spayed, heartworm checked, vaccinated. Current owners unable to keep her and looking for a loving home. Call Laura or John (218) 327-3149. 10/3/2005

HERCULES: previously known as Bruton is a 20-month-old male, (will be 2 in October) who will be neutered prior to placement. Hercules, as we've named him, is a STRONG boy. He is very friendly with others - cats included. Hercules was turned into a shelter in central West Virginia. Prior homes for Hercules have maybe not been the best for him. Apparently he had lived his life to this point on a chain in the back yard. Hercules will need someone willing to work with him. He is a quick learner and wants to please. He is starving for attention. He loves to have his belly scratched. Hercules seems to be healthy, but has not been seen by our veterinarian yet. All vaccinations, his neuter and heartworm testing will be done at that time. If you have the time to devote to this young boy to show him that live isn't just at the end of a chain, I'm sure Hercules will become the boy of your dreams! 10/3/2005

Jolie: pronounced Jo-Lee - is a BEAUTIFUL 22 month old Rough Coat, Spayed female. She is shy at first, but after she gets to know you....she is all love and kisses. She is housetrained and would love to sleep by your bed at night. Jolie loves romping and loving on kids. She is a great girl, that just needs a good family to call her own. Jolie was an owner surrender. She was turned over with her brother Cujo. Jolie lived in a household with cats and small dogs - she loves them. She has shown an interest in the larger dogs, but since she's always been with her big brother Cujo, she hasn't got to meet them on her own. She seems to want to play with them, but big brother wants to protect her. We believe that once she gets to meet them, she will be fine and play too. Jolie has been the follower to her brother, but she's learning and building up her own confidence. Jolie wants nothing more than love and attention. You look into her eyes and you're in love!! 10/3/2005

Hansen: 4 yr. old, long haired, neutered male, half mask. Very sweet, obedience trained and housebroken. Gets along with everyone. 9/30/2005

Macy: 3 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Very gentle and mannerly girl. Likes to be the only pet in the house. Housebroken and obedience trained. Perfect companion for retired person/couple. 9/30/2005

Scotty: 1 1/2 yr. old, long haired, neutered male. Happy, happy, happy. Very silly, loves to play. Gets along with everyone except cats. Plays a little too rough for the cats liking. 9/30/2005

Kira: 5 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Loves children, gets along with other dogs. Housebroken and obedience trained. Very nice lady like girl. 9/30/2005

Tasha: seems like a dog who was well-loved and so doesn't bring a lot of emotional baggage. Once settled, she is a great companion who loves people and gets along well with our other dog. She has met our cats, chickens and sheep and is curious, but not aggressive with them. We have not seen her around small children, (sorry, I couldn't borrow any) but my guess is that she would be wonderful. She is completely housebroken – has never had an accident- and has some training. She knows "heel" and "come" but seldom cares to respond to them. I guess I can see the separation anxiety you or Floyd mentioned – she does tend to follow me from room to room and to get upset when we leave the house. But she hasn't done anything destructive and she's very good about going into her crate when necessary. 9/29/2005

Barry: 11 month old LH male puppy. Very sweet. Good with other dogs. 9/29/2005

Sophia: Sadie: Serena: and Symo: (Three Girls and One Boy). They are two weeks old and they will be available for adoption at 10 weeks. They will be wormed, receive their first set of of puppy shots and be spayed/neutered prior to adoption. ONLY accepting applications (NO CALLS) at this time. 9/28/2005

Scrappy: is a 4-month old male pure-bred rough coat Saint Bernard who is looking for his forever family. Scrappy was turned over to rescue by his breeder because of a medical condition that required surgical intervention. This surgery was provided by rescue and Scrappy is doing fantastic! Scrappy is a sweet pup, full of mischief and always ready to play. Scrappy is great with other dogs and with people. Scrappy is neutered and up to date on all of his shots. If you are ready for a pup who will keep you on your toes, Scrappy is your man! 9/28/2005

Petey: Hi there, my name is Petey! I am a really cool pure-bred rough coat splash Saint Bernard! One of the neat things about me is that one side of me is almost all white! The other side has splashes of brown! I also have a neat patch around my left eye! Cool huh? My foster mommy says that I am only a pup! I can to rescue as a stray and no one can really believe that my family abandoned me. I am SUCH a good boy. They think I might be between 1-3 years old, but everyone that meets me thinks I am on the younger side. My feet are huge! I am not a large Saint, I weigh around 120# and I am at a good weight right now. I love ALL people, including children, and adults. I also love other dogs, large and small. I have not been around kitty cats in my foster home, but I probably would do alright. I am just a happy go lucky kind of guy! My foster mom says that I walk pretty well on leash. I will sit if you offer me a treat (come on, I'm not going to do it for nothing!), and I am ready and willing to learn other commands. I like to keep my tummy cool and love tile floors. My foster mommy gave me a nice bath and I was such a good boy! I am up to date on all of my shots, I am neutered (well, they tell me that is happening tomorrow!), and I am the perfect picture of health. I am house trained although I cannot fib, I have marked a few times. They tell me that neutering will help me with this, but I think I could stop on my own! Can I come home with you? 9/28/2005

Kyia: Hello there! My name is Kyia and I am a 5-month old pure-bred rough coat Saint Bernard and as you can see, I have no mask! Yep, I am all out there in the open for you all to see! I am a very sweet girl, I was a little shy when I first was turned over to rescue by my previous owners, but I am really coming out of my shell and enjoying my new life in my foster home. I am quite mellow for a pup. I love other dogs, cats, kids, etc. I know that I will make a great pet for someone wishing to give me the love and attention that I deserve. I have a little eye infection right now, but Saint rescue is taking good care of me and I know that I will be completely healthy very soon! 9/28/2005

Eddie: Is a 1/2 mask rough coat, male Saint Bernard that is a bed potato. He's a well behaved young male that has been neutered, is full vaccinated, dewormed and on heartworm and flea/tick preventatives as well as microchipped. Eddie will need to be placed in a home that has a 6 ft fence because he appears to be a jumper. 9/26/2005

Bogart: (aka Boggie) is a 10 month old rough coat male Saint Bernard. He is neutered, up-to- date on his shots, started on preventative medicine (heartworm, fleas and ticks) and potty trained. Bogart was surrendered to rescue by his family due to his size and energy level. He lived with two young children (1 & 3 yr) and loved to play matador with them. Unfortunately, mom didn't love the game as much as Bogart. He is eager to please but likes to do things his way (like a typical Saint pup). If he doesn't want to do what he is asked, he will sit down and plant his front paws in the ground like it's cement. He loves to chew especially bones and raw hides. He is being taught that mouthing and jumping is not the behavior of a gentlemen. He does not enjoy being crated. He would do best in a structured environment with lots of love and patience. 9/26/2005

Shortcake: is a 2 to 3 year old female roughcoat Saint Bernard. In her previous home, she was used for breeding. Once they were threw with her, they dumped her at a shelter. She has had a litter within the last 6 months. She is spayed, heartworm/lyme negative and she has started heartworm, flea and tick prevention medicine. She is being treated for an ear infection, urinary track infection and malnourishment. She currently weighs 82lbs and should be 120lb to 130lb. She is enjoying her part home cooked / part kibble food multiple times a day. She is great with other animals. She is a really easy-going Saints that looking for someone to spoil her for the rest of her years. 9/26/2005

Ziggie: 18 month old rough female. Came to rescue when her previous owners decided she was too big and active. Ziggie loves to wrestle and play with the other dogs. She is house and crate trained but will need additional leash and obedience training. Ziggie would do best in a home with no cats and where she can be the only girl since she is showing signs of being a dominant bitch. 9/23/2005

BEAU: is a 4 year old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at 150 lbs. Beau is neutered, current on all shots & has been heartworm tested. Beau is coming into rescue because his family has had a change in life situation. This boy is a handsome red & white male. Beau is good with other dogs & cats too. He adores little kids. Beau loves to play with his tennis ball. He also enjoys running & playing with the kids. Beau will follow you around everywhere in the house. He loves to be with people. Beau walks well on a leash & rides well in the car. He is very good at the vets & Petsmart too. Beau does know "Sit" & "Lay Down". If Beau sounds like a good match for your family, please contact us immediately! 9/23/2005

DAISY: is a 4 month old rough-coat female. She is spayed, current on all shots, micro-chipped & crate trained. She is one of 3 puppies that came into rescue. Daisy loves to play! 9/23/2005

PEPE: is a 20 month old smooth-coat male. He weighs in at around 150 lbs. Pepe is current on shots, has been heartworm tested & is on Intereceptor. He will be neutered prior to adoption. Pepe is good with kids, cats & other dogs. He is also housebroken & crate trained . Pepe is a big , sweet, goofy boy who will follow you around the house all day long. He loves going for walks, playing with the kids & he really enjoys his belly rubs too. Pepe has epilepsy & is being maintained on medication. He was having one seizure a month prior to going on medication. If he seems like a good match for your family please contact us. 9/23/2005

Heidi: is a 4 year old rough coat full masked female. She is a gentle, affectionate, sweet dog with an exceptional disposition. She gets along well with children, cats, dogs and other types of animals. She is housebroken, crate trained and well behaved in the house. She does not have any destructive tendencies and is very obedient. She is affectionate and loves belly rubs but is not pushy. She loves to go on walks and on car rides. She is very quiet in the house and doesn't bark or act rowdy. She is spayed, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. She will make an exceptional pet. 9/22/2005

Hanna: is a 12 month old full masked rough coat female. She is housebroken, well behaved and walks well on a leash. Hanna is friendly, outgoing and playful. This big girl loves to be groomed and to go on walks and car rides. She gets along well with dogs and cats. She is spayed, and is current on shots, heartworm and flea preventative. 9/22/2005

Jamie: is a an adorable 10 week old pure bred female saint puppy. She is a full mantle smooth coat with a full mask. Jamie is outgoing, playful and friendly. She is paper trained, crate trained and walks very well on a leash for her age. She also know how to "sit" and "lay". She has been wormed, is on heart worm and flea preventative and has received her third set of of puppy shots. Her dew claws have been removed and she will be spayed prior to placement. 9/22/2005

BAILEY: is a 3 year old tri color rough coated male. He is a very sweet dog that gets along with every one and loves to play tug-a-war. He is really large and needs to loose some weight. He just loves to get attention. 9/22/2005

HARLEY: she is a tri color rough coated female that is house broken and loves to get attention she loves to go for walks and rides in the car. she is 3 years old. 9/22/2005

ADDIE: she is a 1 year old tricolor female that is full of energy and is just as sweet as she can be. She is very thin and she needs to nursed back to full weight. 9/22/2005

Missy: Longhaired female approximately 1 yr old. Gets along with other dogs and pretty much ignores the cats. Has had some obedience. She is spayed and her shots are up to date. 9/20/2005

Ginger: is a five year old smooth coat female who is very quiet and easy going. She will be spayed and up to date on all her shots by next week and is looking for her forever home. Ginger grew up as an outside farm dog, but has since decided that she loves to be inside with her people and is very affectionate. She is house broken, walks well on a leash, great with kids and other dogs and just loves to lay around and give loves. She would benefit from obedience training. Ginger is about 80lbs and is 100% girl right down to wrapping you around her little paw! 9/18/2005

Rigatoni: Hi. My name's Rigatoni. I'm 8 weeks old. I'm already spayed and have had my first shots. I came into Rescue with my three sisters. (Can you tell that my foster mom loves Italian food?) 9/17/2005

Manicotti: My name's Manicotti and I'd like a family to call my own. Like my sisters, I'm spayed and vaccinated. My foster mom tells me I'm the imp of the group. (She told me this while I was chewing her coffee table.) 9/17/2005

Ravioli: My name's Ravioli. Aren't I adorable. I'm 8 weeks old, and I'm spayed and vaccinated. In this photo I'm hanging out with my foster mom at work. Got room in your heart for me? I don't take up much room (at least not yet anyway). 9/17/2005

Pepperoni: My name's Pepperoni and I'm 8 weeks old. I had to take time out of the day for a nap. My foster mom says I'm very sweet and laid-back and nothing bothers me. I've been spayed and vaccinated. Want me to come to your house and nap on your sofa? 9/17/2005

Ella: Austin, Texas - Ella is an absolutely adorable three-month old Saint Bernard puppy! According to the kind lady that rescued her from a high-kill shelter, " She's so sweet and well behaved it's hard to believe she's a puppy. She's already starting to understand the potty training lessons and she gets along great with my other two dogs and my cat. My daughter named her Cinderella but we're just calling her Ella. BTW -- she's not quite 3 months old and weighs a very solid 30 pounds." Ella has been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. 9/17/2005

Rufus: Male, average sized, longhair, 2-year old neutered Saint Bernard. Sweet, smoochy, very much a people dog. Gets along with female dogs, cats and strangers. 9/15/2005

MIA: is estimated to be between two to three-years old. She weighs 105 pounds and is a rough coat. Mia was rescued from a shelter where she was picked up as a stray. She has been brought up to date on all shots and placed on heartworm and flea preventative. Mia is a super girl that loves people - kids included. She gets along well with others, but really wants a home that is just her own so that she can give and receive ALL of the attention. Mia seems to be housebroken. Car rides are great fun!!! Mia walks well on a leash, but would love to take an obedience class with her new family just to show you that she's the "Top of the Class." If you're that home and family, 9/13/2005

Bell: 4 yr old female. Rough coat. Very sweet and super smart. Figures things out in a hurry. Came to rescue from a shelter. Picked up as a stray. Is afraid of thunderstorms so needs a home that will keep her inside while they are gone. She is being crate trained. Bell is non destructive, house trained and has some obedience training. She is great with kids and good with other dogs. 9/12/2005

Bay: L/H male that will be one year old on 8/24/05. Is Neutered, HW neg and up to date on shots. Loves the world, including other dogs. Came from a home with children and a small dog. Doesn't seem to have any baggage and just wants to be loved. A tall boy that hasn't filled out yet. 9/11/2005

Stanley: is a large 18 month old rough coat with a full mask. He is very a good-natured, calm and easy-going fellow. He loves getting his belly rubbed, going on car rides, and playing outside with other dogs. He is eager for attention and is quick to learn proper behavior. The idea of a family is very foreign to him, but he is very well mannered in the house. He does not counter surf, he does not steal snacks from the children and when the kids do feed him treats, he is very gentle. Stanley lays very calm and still while our little ones crawl over and on him. He also does great in the bathtub; he just sits down and lets you wash him! This big boy is very deserving of a good, loving home. 9/10/2005

Sally: one year old LH female, big and beautiful. House trained, good with other dogs. 9/10/2005

Natasha: 7 month old LH female. This babe was hit by a car and had a front leg amputated. Gets around fine, people and dog friendly. 9/10/2005

Jenni: is a 3 month old, spay, female saint. She is sweet as can be and is eager to please her master. She loves to play and romp with her big dog friends. 9/10/2005

Toby: is a year old neutered male. Toby is showing some signs of separation anxiety so rescue is looking for a home where he can always be with his owner. He gets along well with other dogs and cats. Toby is learning how to walk nicely on a leash and is fully house trained. 9/10/2005

Burt: Is a very sweet young boy that has a huge heart, wants nothing more than to roll over on his belly for a scratch and a cuddle. He's had a rough life and deserves a forever home. Burt has deformed front legs from old fractures that were left untreated. They cause him no pain and he still runs and loves to play. 9/7/2005

Pebbles: is a 5 year old female, rough coat Saint Bernard. She was recently surrendered to the local shelter because her owner died. She MISSES him very very much. They were fishing buddies and she was constantly spending time with him, riding in his truck - sitting on the bank waiting for the fish to bite. Pebbles is a very gentle, loving, well-mannered girl that just wants to have a forever home! She gets along with other dogs and is extremely careful to 'not' step on little dogs. We don't know her opinion of cats but with her gentle spirit it would very strange if she didn't like them. She's is EXTREMELY thin but will gain weight again once she realizes that it's okay to love again. Would you like to give Pebbles her forever home? **Pebbles update 7/9/2005*** Pebbles is now fostered with two Dalmatians and her personality is truly blossoming. She's a well mannered, wonderful older Saint that wants a foster home. Pebbles is leash trained, fully vetted and ready to love someone unconditionally. 9/7/2005

Chelsea: is a 7 mo old female. She spend the majority of her life in a shelter. She gets along with dogs and cats and has lots of energy. 9/6/2005

Sarge: is a 1 1/2 yr old long haired male. Very sweet boy who has been raised with a 2 yr old child. He's been an inside dog and is also crate trained. Although he was an only dog he has been with a toy poodle occasionally and did fine. He has lots of energy and loves people. He walks good on a leash and knows basic commands. Let him be your loving companion, as this guy has a lot of love to give. 9/5/2005

Kisha: is a 2 year old rough coat female Saint Bernard. You can't tell roughy because of her unusual summer cut. She was dropped off at a shelter by her family who had to move suddenly. She didn't understand why she was left and forced to live in a cage. She showed some signs of cage aggressive (barking and growling with her tail wagging) due to her fear of being left at the shelter. She is not aggressive at all. She weighs about 77 pounds and needs to gain about 15 more. She is a 110% potty trained and she is extremely respectful in the house. She loves to get attention and give kisses. She is great with other dogs and cats. We are also working on her leash manners. She tends to pull. She is scheduled to be spayed this week. She is up-to-date on shots and she has been started on heartworm, flea and tick preventative medicine. 9/5/2005

Mila: is a 5 year old spay female. The poor gal has come into rescue with a flea allergy that her owners neglected to take care of so it has resulted in a loss of hair on the back end of her body and very itchy skin. She is being treated for the problem right now and once she is on frontline so something equivalent the problem will not reoccur. Mila loves people and her goal in life is to see how many she can snuggle up too. She is housetrained, crate trained, and loves to go bye bye. However Mila is definitely a dominant female that would be better placed in a home where she is the only pet and does show signs of prey drive with cats. 9/5/2005

Audrey/Ellie: Hi, Audrey/Ellie, We are still deciding on the name. She is a 6yr old female, with the darkest, sleekest red coat You've ever seen. She gets along well with the other animals, with the exception of small white poodles. She has no issues with my little pekingnese. (go figure) She is even the peacemaker when the other dogs have tiffs. She is a very laid back dog. 8/31/2005

Bucky: 7 month old female. Rough coat. Came to rescue from an owner who could not take care of her. Needs all forms of training. Bucky is a little shy at first but is learning that people are wonderful. She is great with kids (probably because they are less scary) and other dogs. Will need an owner willing to socialize and train her. 8/30/2005

Chubs: a is a large 2 year old splash coat male. He is a very stately gentleman with a calm disposition. He is well mannered in the house, is crate trained and house trained. He walks well on a leash and does not pull. He loves balls, car rides and going on walks. Chubs is devoted, affectionate and prefers to stay inside with his family. He is definitely a house dog and does not like to stay outside. He gets along well with other dogs and cats. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. 8/29/2005

Jasper: is an 18 month old full masked, rough coat Saint Bernard that was rescued from a shelter. He currently lives with cats, small dogs, other saints and does well with them. He is housebroken and crate trained. Jasper is affectionate and very playful. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. He needs a home to call his own. 8/29/2005

Audrey: is a an adorable 6 week old, rough coat female saint puppy. She is outgoing, playful and healthy. She is papertrained. She has been wormed and has received her first set of of puppy shots. 8/29/2005

Mufassa: is a large 2 year-old smooth coat male Saint Bernard with a full mask. His was born June 20, 2003. He was surrendered because his family was expecting a new baby. He is house trained and knows basic obedience commands. Mufassa gets along well with most dogs, cats and children and prefers to stay indoors with people. He is leash trained and loves to go on walks and car rides. He is neutered, current on vaccinations, heart worm and flea preventative. 8/29/2005

Bemis: is a large 18 month old rough coat saint with a full mask. He has a quiet, sweet, laid back temperament and gets along well with cats and dogs and people. He is house trained and is very mannerly in the house. Bemis loves to go on car rides and walks well on a leash. He also loves to lay quietly beside you. He is neutered and current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful addition to a family. 8/29/2005

BRUNO: is a 4 month old rough-coat male. He is neutered, current on all shots, & crate trained. He is one of 3 puppies that came into rescue. Bruno is a very laid back boy. His adoption fee is $450 he is also micro-chipped. 8/28/2005

Tessie: very sweet, short hair female, 1 1/2 years old. Tess is 100 pounds and will be a smaller Saint. She's house trained and adores people. She doesn't run away, she runs to people because she loves being with them. She prefers being a house dog to being outside. 8/25/2005

Olivia: is a one year old saint with a great personality that loves to run and play she needs obedience training because she likes to walk you rather than you walk her. So far she has done well in the house and hasn't had any accidents. Olivia weighs about 120 lbs and will have been spayed by the time of adoption Olivia doesn't like cattle but is good with other dogs she likes playing with mine but is so big she doesn't know her strength and plays to rough with little dogs and also she is in Mapleton Oregon. 8/24/2005

Bruno: This smooth coat male came to us after his owner moved to Florida and could not take him with. He is very sweet and is excellent with children and other dogs. He loves to romp and play and loves car rides. What a great guy! 8/24/2005

BRANDI: is a 2 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 120 lbs or so. Brandi is housebroken, spayed, current on shots & has been heartworm tested. Brandi came to us from a shelter in MD. The owners were evicted, so the dogs went to the shelter. Luckily it's a shelter that calls rescue. Brandi is good with other dogs, she seems to be the dominant one in the household. She is very smart, & is a quick learner. Brandi does know "Down" & "Sit" as of right now. She does quite well on a leash. She pulls a little, but tends to stay close by you. Brandi will need some basic obedience. She does well in the house, but will do some counter surfing, when you are not looking! Brandi enjoys going for rides in the car. She loves treats, but does have some food issues with other dogs. Brandi tends to guard her bowl from the other dogs in the house. She will play all day with other dogs, she thinks they are the best toy of all! Brandi is a very sweet girl, who loves attention, & loves to give you kisses! If you are the home for her, please contact us! 8/21/2005

Sadie: is a 3 year old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 100 lbs. or so. Sadie is spayed, current on shots & has been heartworm tested. Sadie came into rescue because of a job transfer. Sadie is housebroken, crate trained & she walks very well on a leash. She is fine with other dogs, & she likes sleeping with the cats. Sadie is very tolerant & is very good with young children. She also knows a few commands such as; "Sit", "Lay Down", "Stop", "Stay" & "Come". This girl has great house manners & personal manners too. Sadie is a super sweet, mellow girl. Sadie enjoys playing fetch ( she must have been a Retriever in another life!), eating popcorn, taking bubble baths & just spending lots of time with her owner. She is a true lady, & always crosses her legs when lying down. Sadie is also a dog who needs a job! Every morning when her foster mom goes off to work, Sadie will carry her laptop out to the car for her. Sadie is an awesome dog & she is a low drooler too. She will make a wonderful addition to someone's family! 8/21/2005

Hercules: is a young male that was surrendered due to allergies in the family. He had been living in the garage but is now where he should be inside the house at his foster home with another St. He is a tall male that needs to put on a few pounds, says the vet. He walks well on leash, and knows basic commands, but needs some practice. He was very good for both the groomer and the vet visit. He does bark when new people come to the house, but then when you tell him it's ok, he just wants to be with you. 8/20/2005

Grace: Grace is a 11 mo old female that came from a situation where the person couldn't afford to care of her anymore. She was born with a deformed left front leg ,(back yard breeder) and a few days after her birth, her other front leg was injured. She has a very different gait, but doesn't seem to know that anything is wrong. She keeps up with playing with her foster brother St she is with; wrestling and playing tug of war or running in the yard. She is working on learning manners and other important puppy stuff. We are having her evaluated with orthopedic experts to determine what the best plan for her life will be. She is looking for a loving patient home to help her live a long happy life. 8/20/2005

Layne: Hi, This is Layne. She is about a year old. She is a very happy dog, who loves attention. She is considered a rough coat, but has somewhat shorter hair. She gets along fine with other dogs and cats and adores the children in her foster home. She is about 100 lbs., and on the slender side. 8/19/2005

Huey: is a 10-month old rough coat male Saint Bernard who came from an animal shelter where he was found as a stray. He LOVES everything and everyone. He knows his basic commands, plus shake and show belly for tummy rubs. Huey gets along with cats. He is a very affectionate boy who loves nothing more than to have his ears scratched and his tummy rubbed. He will be your shadow! Huey is also house trained and walks well on leash. 8/16/2005

GEORGIA: What a little peach! Georgia is a three-year-old roughcoat who is spayed, UTD on vaccinations and HW-negative. She did test low positive for Lyme disease, though she wasn't symptomatic, and was started on antibiotics. She completed her meds and is now anxious to get on with her life. An owner-surrender, Georgia's original family moved out of state, and their new condo had weight restrictions on dogs so they had to leave her behind. She's hoping to find another family to on whom to bestow kisses. Georgia would like a family with kids. She wouldn't mind a cat but prefers to be the family's only dog. She will need a fenced yard. Large- or giant-breed experience would be a plus. 8/16/2005

JACKSON: This handsome roughcoat boy is two-year-old Jackson. He's vaccinated and neutered and HW-negative. He finished a course of antibiotics for Lyme disease (really prevalent in this geographical area) and an extensive skin infection, most likely due to an allergy to flea saliva. Jacksie has VERY long legs and delights in doing sprints across the yard (when he isn't sleeping on the sofa, that is). He's a bit on the thin side and will need to gain around 10 more pounds. He's friendly with most other dogs and is reported to do well with cats. Jackson's perfect family will have children over age 10 who are willing to give lots of cuddles. A fenced yard is strongly preferred but is not essential. The successful candidate will have Saint experience. 8/16/2005

"W" puppies::: Meet the "W" puppies -- Wilbur, Woody and Wynona. Just nine weeks old, they came into Rescue after being confiscated by Animal Control due to a neglect situation. Wilbur and Woody have been neutered; Wynona has been spayed. They've received their first distemper vaccination and have been started on heartworm prevention. They're VERY adorable and VERY sweet. Wilbur's the imp, Woody's the love-sponge and Wynona, well she'll just wrap her paws around your heart. Successful completion of formal obedience classes are a requirement of their adoption, and preference will be given to applicants with a fenced yard. Got room in your heart for a baby Saint? 8/16/2005

Bogart: is a smooth coat, neutered male approximately 2 years old. He is up to date on shots and HW negative. A large boy at 140 pounds, he knows sit, down and is learning to walk on leash with gentle leader. He will benefit greatly from formal obedience training. He has been with other dogs and is currently with a female Saint Bernard. He is unknown with cats. A fenced yard or large pen area, older children and giant breed experience preferred. 8/16/2005

Charlotte: This very sweet 3-4 year old came to us from a city shelter after she was found running loose as a stray and no one claimed her. She is great with other dogs and children. She is shy at first but warms up quickly. She loves belly rubs! Won't you give Charlotte a second chance at a forever home? 8/15/2005

Ginger: This sweet 4 year old came to us after her owner's could no longer care for her properly. She is a very nice girl who gets along great with everyone and everything! 8/15/2005

Toby: is a 1 1/2year old purebred rough coat male Saint Bernard. He is neutered, up-to-date on shots, dewormed, heartworm and lyme negative. He has been started on heartworm, flea and tick preventative. He is crate trained and housebroken. He is great with other dogs. He has not been exposed to cats yet. He has spent most of his short life on a tie out. Finally, after months and months, he escaped the tie and he was picked up by animal control. His previous owners were called but they didn't want him back. Due to being tie out, he loves to go for walks but if you come to a stop, he likes to circle around you on a leash (due to the tie out). We are working on correcting this. Toby's ideal home would be have a fenced in yard. Due to his age, he would benefit from further obedience training. He is a very sweet boy who is eager to find his forever home. 8/12/2005

Freeway: is a sweet smooth coat adult Male Saint Bernard. He was left behind by his owners and traveled a state highway for a month searching for his owners. Finally, because he was so hungry, he went to a good Samaritan who was offering food. He decided to stay with her for a few days waiting for to see if his family would come and find him. No luck. So, rescue picked him up and took him to the vet. He has been neutered, vetted, and bathed (removed all of the ticks and fleas). He is extremely under weight. He is currently being treated for skin allergies and a bad ear infection. He is so submissive and just wants to be loved. He is looking for a family that will love him and not ever leave him again. 8/12/2005

Brandy: is a 3 1/5 year old smooth coat Female Saint Bernard. She is spayed, up-to-date on shots, and on frontline and heartworm preventative medicine. She has been living with a family with two children that have developed allergies and Brandy must relocate to help the children. She knows basic commands, okay on a leash trained, very affectionate and playful. Brandy's ideal home would have a fenced yard and a family with children. If you are interested in adopting Brandy, please complete an application online. 8/12/2005

Dollie: My name is Dollie and I am a 2 year old petite rough coat female saint. When I say petite I mean it I weigh around 85 lbs. I may be small but I have a lot of love to give. My new friends in my foster home are great, I like them all. Playing is a very cool thing to do and I love it. I walk well on a leash and know a few basic commands. I was brought into rescue because I was picked up as a stray by animal control. My former owners never came looking for me so the nice people at animal control called the people who help us saints and here I am just waiting for my new parents to see me and fall in love. If that is you I promise to give you lots of love in return. 8/11/2005

Trooper: is an 8 month old, pure bred, smooth coat, large Saint puppy. Trooper is excellent with other dogs, cats, teenagers, and adults. He is almost completely housebroken and hasn't shown any interest in chewing. Trooper does know basic commands, but will pull on a regular nylon collar. Trooper is very big (still growing), energetic, and playful so a fenced yard and large breed experience is preferred. Trooper has been neutered, vaccinated, and is on monthly heart worm preventative and Frontline. 8/10/2005

Winston: is a 7 month old pure bred Saint puppy looking for a forever home. Winston was displaced due to a family vacation. Winston has some leash training, is eager to please, and a snuggler. He is great with other dogs, cats, and people. Winston was underweight when entering rescue. He is gaining weight rapidly and will be a big boy when fully grown. Since entering rescue Winston has been neutered, vaccinated, and is on Frontline line and heart worm preventative. 8/10/2005

Chloe: My name is Chloe and I am looking for a forever family to love. At 66 lbs and very thin at 6 months of age, I am going to be a very big girl when full grown. I am energetic and full speed ahead is my preference. I am best suited to a home with older children and a fenced yard. Even though I am so young I am 90% housebroken, eager-to-please,a cutie, and genuinely lovable. Please rescue me real soon. my foster home canine friends are kind and welcoming, but are old grouchy farts and don't want to play much. Since entering rescue I have been spayed, vaccinated, and am on Frontline and heart worm preventative. 8/10/2005

Chelsea: Hello, My name is Chelsea and I am 1 year old, pure bred, saintly girl, looking for a forever home. I am sweet, affectionate, and want to please, but get excited and distracted easily when training. I like other dogs, cats are fun to play with (chase), humans, treats, and napping at your feet. My ideal home would have lots of food, treats, some time to train, and love to share. Since entering rescue Chelsea has been spayed, vaccinated, on Frontline and on monthly heart worm preventative. 8/10/2005

Gretchen: is a 2 year old pure bred L/H sweetie-pie of a Saint. Gretchen enjoys the company of children and other animals. Gretchen likes to explore, eat, be first in line, welcomes and responds to love and affection. Besides being a big girl, Gretchen is great on a leash and knows some basic commands. She is an even tempered, well rounded saintly saint. She will make a wonderful addition to a lucky new family. Gretchen is spayed, vaccinated, on heartworm preventative and Frontline. 8/10/2005

Joey: is a 5-6 month old pure bred, L/H saint. He is a friendly little puppy and loves to play with his saintly friends. Despite his young age, Joey is almost completely housebroken, he is eager to please, and learns quickly. Joey gets along well with other dogs and cats and eats like a pig. Due to Joey's love to romp a fenced yard is preferred. Since entering rescue Joey has been neutered, vaccinated, and is on Frontline and heart worm preventative. 8/10/2005

Bob: Hello, My name is Bob and I am a 1 year old, pure bred, loveable, and handsome saintly guy. Recently single and looking for a forever love match. I like naps, belly rubs, animals, treats, Animal Planet, and long walks with that special someone. If you have kids...Great..... I love kids. Knowing your way around a food bowl would be a plus. While I don't offer much in the way of basic training, I promise to never leave the seat up. 8/10/2005

J.R.: is a 2 year old, long-haired, pure bred Saint. He is very affectionate and one BIG baby. J.R. prefers human company and the walks/belly rubs they provide. He is one great BIG companion dog. He is great with other dogs and cats but prefers to play with people. J.R. is housebroken, keeps himself well-groomed, and is quite the gentleman. J.R. does need to make a better friend of the leash and will pull when he sees something to investigate. Due to his size a home with large breed experience is preferred. Since entering rescue, J.R. has been neutered, vaccinated, and is on Frontline and heart worm preventative. 8/10/2005

Maggie: Hello, My name is Maggie and I am a saintly Saint. Recently, I lost my only home due to my owners illness and am a little lost. My disposition is one of a gentle, sweet, fireside dog, who would love to be your affectionate new companion. I take great pleasure in long naps, getting my coat brushed, some light exercise, and acquiring a few treats. I am healthy, spayed, current on vaccinations, on heart worm and flea and tick preventative. 8/10/2005

Gina: Hello, My name is Gina and I am a laid-back adorable 4-year old girl looking for a new home. I am very social and make friends easily with humans and other animals. Some of my favorite activities include long naps, belly rubs, giving big kisses, and treat and toy gathering. Since entering rescue I have been spayed, vaccinated, and are on heart worm and flea and tick preventative. Look forward to meeting you please bring pupperoni treats. 8/10/2005

Sandy: 2-3 yr old shorthaired female. She's a very sweet girl with people. She does not like other dogs. She was found wandering on Grand Ave. She definitely needs some leash training as she is full of energy. 8/9/2005

Beau: is a very handsome, young male Saint Bernard. Beau was rescued from a shelter in Louisiana just in the nick of time. The shelter he was at uses the exhaust from a tractor to euthanize dogs. Beau is about 13 months old, and is an absolute delight! Everyone that meets him comments on what a nice boy he is. He rode all the way from Lafayette to Houston like an angel. He likes to go for rides, and hops right up in a crate. Beau has been neutered and vaccinated. He tested mildly positive for heartworms, so a 6-month supply of Heartguard will be given to his adopter. (My vet won't put dogs through the full heartworm treatment when they are low-antigen positive. He feels it's inhumane.) Beau will be a wonderful addition to the lucky family that adopts him! 8/9/2005

Buddy: This is buddy. He is approx 3 1/2 to 4 years old very laid back housebroken. Will be neutered and current on shots. He is living with other dogs and a 9 yr old child seems to get along with everyone. He can be very vocal as he "talks " to you when he wants out or fed. Needs a forever home and family to call his own. 8/8/2005

Bear: is a long hair Saint and about 3 years old and has been neutered. He is Yogi's litter mate. He is very friendly and affectionate. He will be going to the Vet on July 29th for shots so will be ready to go home after that. 8/7/2005

Yogi: is a long hair Saint and about 3 years old and has been neutered. He is Bear's litter mate. He is very friendly and affectionate. He will be going to the Vet on July 29th for shots so will be ready to go home after that. 8/7/2005

Bailey: Bailey is 3 years old. He has been neutered, has all his shots and will have his heartworm check in a few days. After that, he is ready to go to a new home. Will that be yours? He is housebroken but chases cats. Bailey wants to be with people at all times and is a great house dog! Ken & Lori Juenke 8/7/2005

Bernard: aka Houdini; Bernard is a rough coat, full mask - 2 year old male Saint Bernard. Bernard will be neutered, fully vaccinated, on heartworm and flea/tick preventative as well as microchipped prior to placement. 8/7/2005

Elsie: this cutie pie is a one year old female St. Bernard who was turned into Rescue because her family "didn't have time for her." Elsie is a good girl who gets along with other dogs and has lived in a home with children. She would love a new family that has "time" to love and care for her. Spayed, shots, microchip. 8/6/2005

George: & Blackie: These 2 pals come as a pair. Blackie is very dependent on his big buddy George. George is approximately 3 years-old, big, loveable, longhair, neutered male Saint. Blackie is a 1 year-old male, neutered, sweet, lab-mix. Both are housebroke, obedience trained, good with cats, most dogs and strangers. 8/6/2005

Blaine: Wonderful shorthair male, aprox 2 years-old, seems to be good with other dogs, cats and strangers he just wants to love on. He is a sweet loving boy who likes to be with another dog. He does not like to be in small confined areas or to share his food with another dog, must be fed separate. 8/6/2005

OLIVER: Meet 11 month old roughcoat OLIVER. He's a playful little boy with lots of puppy energy. He's neutered, vaccinated and HW-negative. Oliver's looking for a family to call his own. He wouldn't mind having another dog with whom to romp and he wouldn't mind having a cat for a friend. Though Oliver has already learned a couple of commands, he would benefit from a basic obedience course to help him work on leash manners. The successful applicant will have a fenced yard and children over age 8. Saint or large-breed experience will be a plus. 7/31/2005

Babette: This beautiful 4-5 year old female St. Bernard was rescued from Pahrump, NV. She had just had a litter of mixed puppies which Friends of Nye County have available for adoption. Babette is in a foster home until she is able to be spayed (in August). She is a very loving, sweet girl who gets along with other dogs and is so happy to be "the baby" now. 7/30/2005

SHAUNEY: is a 3 year old spay female. She is a great dog looking to fit into a new home of her own. She has been socialized well and has some training! She is a love to be around and gets along with everyone! She just has this aura of "calm" about her in her everyday life! She will be a great addition to her new forever family. 7/28/2005

Lizzie: is a 2yo spayed female rough coat. 7/28/2005

Sherman: is approx 16 wk old St/mix, smooth coat. He has very long legs and was named after Mike Sherman, the Green Bay Packers coach and G.M. since he was found on a Packer Game Day Sunday. He was found as a stray and a kindly German Shepard rescue person found him and took him in until she found WSBR. He is a very smart young boy. He has already learned to sit for treats and before he eats. Still "potty training" but doing well, crate training going well. He will be neutered before adoption occurs. He will probably be a small St. The vet is guessing bout 80 - 100 #. 7/27/2005

Jasmine: she is a 2 year old full masked dark tri-colored rough coated female that is working on being trained. she is very sweet and loves people of all sizes. she would like to be an only child someone who would continue with her training. she is dog aggressive and needs to be controlled with it. despite that she is a very sweet playful dog that loves to get attention and run around with her 2 legged friends. 7/25/2005

Ferris: he is a large 4 year old male that is very sweet. he it tri-colored smooth coated. he loves attention and is OK with other dogs. he is very playful and loves kids. 7/25/2005

Bubba: 9 mo old S/H male. Will be neutered prior to placement. Very calm dog for his age and gets along well with other dogs. Does not care for farm animals. 7/24/2005

Libby: L/H female - will be spayed prior to placement. She is good with other dogs and have seen no problem with cats. Libby is just turning 1 year old and has lived with children. 7/24/2005

Humpty: 6 year old rough coated male. Was picked up by animal control as a stray and no owner ever came for him. He is super fat and is currently on a diet. He is good with everything. He is a super sweet guy who loves to follow you around and go for walks. 7/24/2005

Sophie: is a 6-7 month old rough coat female Saint Bernard. She was pulled from a high killer shelter where her previous owners dumped her covered in her own urine, feces and bush burs. Since then, she has been bathed, spayed, and vetted. She is now up-to-date on shots and she is on heartworm/flea/tick preventative medicine. Sophie loves everyone. She likes to explore new things. She is learning to walk on a lead. She is being crated trained and doing well with potty training. Due to her age (and her previous living environment) continued crate training is recommended. 7/23/2005

Barkley: is a very sweet 4 year old rough coat male Saint Bernard. He is neutered, up-to-date on shots, and housetrained. His family abandoned him because he was infected with heartworms. He has been treated and will need a calm, quiet environment for the next 6 weeks. During that time, he will need to be crated and only let out to eat and relieve himself. Once the period is completed, he will be good to go. He is a really great boy. He knows basic obedience, gets along great with other dogs and cats and he loves attentions. 7/23/2005

Tiny: Poor Tiny! Tiny has lived with his owner for 4 1/2 years. He is approximately 5 1/2 years-old. While his former owner furnished information on him, they did not answer the question "Why are you releasing this animal?" Tiny 's family included children ages 5 months to 26 years-old. It's possible that there were two generations living in this household. Perhaps they didn't think they had room for Tiny anymore. This is a shame because Tiny is a very sweet boy. Of course, he's huge, but he's calm and gentle. Tiny enjoys playing ball, frolicking around water and particularly enjoys going for rides in the car. If you love this breed and have room for this big boy in your heart and your home, please come to the shelter and meet Tiny in person. Take him out of his kennel and spend some time getting to know this "gentle giant." Once you do, you won't be able to leave the shelter without him! 7/22/2005

Agnes: is available for adoption. 9 months old, She is spayed, current on all vaccinations, and on heartworm prevention. 7/22/2005

Ms. Mollie: is a 6 year old, rough coat, spay female. Mollie loves to go for car rides and have her tummy rubbed. Her owners have moved to FL. and are unable to take her with them. Mollie could stand to lose a few pounds so doggy treats are given few and far between, much to her dismay. Mollie is very good with other dogs and cats but would prefer to be with human companions big or small. When her foster mom comes home Mollie is thrilled to see her. She will play bow and wiggle her bottom high in the air with joy. Mollie does need some training as she tends to pull on a leash but other than that she is a very sweet gal with a lot of personality. 7/20/2005

Lucy's: family has had some problems. They love her, and hate to give her up. Please take a look at Lucille, better known as Lucy! Lucy's Dad passed away about a year ago and was taken in by the man's son, William. William has now taken ill and is unable to care to Lucy. This super gentle lady is 7 years old, spayed, housebroken, GREAT with kids, good with other dogs, cats are unknown, walks nicely on a leash, and good in a car. She is DEFINITELY a house dog and her favorite activity is being with her person! She is content to sit or lay by your side or take a leisurely walk, AND then sit by your side! Please, if you have room in your heart and your home, Lucy needs you now. Saints Bernards like Lucy are one of the best companions anyone could want. 7/19/2005

HERC: is a 5 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 120 lbs., but could use to gain another 20 lbs. or so. Herc is neutered, current on shots & has been heartworm tested. This boy came into rescue because his former owners were moving & left him at a shelter. Herc is a VERY sweet & happy boy. He is good with other dogs & cats too. Herc is housebroken & has good house manners. Herc is a very laid back boy & all he wants is to be your best buddy. He rides well in the car & seems to walk well on the leash too. If something sparks his attention, he will pull some. Herc has had some training & will come when called. He also loves receiving his treats! Herc will make someone a great companion! 7/19/2005

ELLWOOD: is a 4 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at 125 lbs., but could use to gain another 20 lbs. or so. Ellwood is neutered, current on shots, & is on flea and heartworm preventative. He has also had hip replacement surgery when he was younger. Ellwood came into rescue, because his young owner passed away suddenly. His previous owner loved him as if he was her only child. Ellwood came from a home with other dogs. He is also good with cats & older children. Ellwood is a very laid back dog. He is not very playful at this time. He may still be grieving for his owner. Though he will go get a toy and chew on it when he wants to. Ellwood has wonderful house manners & is housebroken too. He is a very people oriented dog. He loves to get lots of hugs & pets. Ellwood walks well on a leash and knows "Sit" & "Lay Down". He also does not mind having his nails trimmed or being brushed. Ellwood also travels well in the car. We think Ellwood would make a great companion for someone. 7/19/2005

EVEREST: is a 9 year old rough-coat Saint. This boy was turned -in by a military family. Everest is neutered , good with other dogs & is housebroken. His hips are showing signs of dysplasia, & he is hard of hearing, but Everest is a regular love puppy . We are in search of a wonderful person who would be willing to let this boy come into their home for his retirement years. Everest is leashed trained & walks well. He is was a little shy at first, but has socialized & has bonded exceptionally well. He would probably do best in a household without young children. 7/19/2005

Beethoven: is a 12 month old rough coat Saint Bernard. He is neutered, up-to-date on shots, heartworm and lyme negative. He is on heartworm, flea and tick preventative medicine. He is crate trained and housebroken. Beethoven is eager to please and learns quickly. He knows basic obedience but would benefit from additional classes. He gets along with other dogs. He has not been exposed to cats. He likes to romp in the yard and take long naps. 7/19/2005

Austin: is a 3-year old neutered male rough coat Saint Bernard. Austin's family is being relocated overseas and are unable to take him along. He is a very sweet and gentle giant. He is a LARGE Saint, weighing approximately 186#. He has been raised with children but due to his size a home with older children and adults would probably be best. He will require some leash training but he knows his basic commands. If you ask him to "show belly", he goes right on to his back! He was an inside doggie for the first 1 1/2 years of his life and has since been outside. It is likely that house training will not be much of an issue if any at all. He loves other dogs and all people. He has lived with a Rottie. Austin has been playing a little in the mud and will have a nice bath before placement! 7/17/2005

Annie: is a 7 month old, longhaired pup. She is spayed and up to date on shots. A friendly, sweet girl, she can be very enthusiastic in her greetings. Annie is currently with 3 other Saints and loves to play. She is learning basic commands and working on leash manners. Obedience class will be required. Older children, fenced yard and giant breed experience preferred. 7/13/2005

Luke: is a 4yr old longhaired male. He's a very energetic and sweet boy. He's been an inside dog and he's housetrained and good with kids. He has not lived with other animals but he's very outgoing and friendly. He wants to be your loving couch potato. 7/13/2005

Jazz: 4 yr old female. Rough coat. She came to rescue from a shelter. She was picked up as a stray. She is very sweet and loves to be the Velcro dog. Loves being a house hound and is working on her house training. She will need to go to obedience school. Jazz is good with kids and other dogs. 7/11/2005

Puff Daddy: 3 yr old male. Rough coat. Came to rescue from a shelter. He was picked up as a stray. Puff is good with kids and other dogs. He needs basic obedience training. He is house and crate trained. Puff Daddy is a very social and outgoing Saint. He loves to go for walks and car rides. 7/11/2005

Storm: 5 yr old male. Rough coat. Very nice gentleman. Loves to be wherever his humans are. Came to rescue from a divorce situation. House trained, crate trained and has some obedience training. Loves to go for car rides! Great with other dogs and kids. 7/11/2005

Digger: is a sweet middle-aged (between 4-6) Saint Bernard. He has had a rough few years. He was placed with a family who accepted him as a family member initial. As children were added to the family, he and his friend Evie were moved to the basement and then to an outside kennel. He also lived with 2 cats. He still tries to show that he would like to be an indoor family member. Still showing that he knows where to potty. He currently being treated for a raging hook worm infestation because his kennel area has not been cleaned in a long time. He is extremely underweight (currently 105 lbs) but he is enjoying us trying to put weight on him (feeding multiple times a day) He is neutered, up-to-date on shots, and heartworm/lyme negative. He has been started on Strongid (for the worms) and preventative (flea/tick/heartworm). He is also being treated for an ear infection. This poor guy had mats the size of dinner plates in his fur but he was an angel during his grooming. Could you promise Digger that he can be an inside family member for the rest of his days? 7/10/2005

Shelby: This adorable 4 year old female St. Bernard lost her home due to divorce. She came into rescue with her friend, Snoopy, but they do not have to be placed together. Shelby is a friendly girl who gets along with other dogs and loves to swim. Spayed, shots, microchip - $200 Adoption Fee Neutered, shots, microchip - $200 Adoption Fee 7/10/2005

Cash: Rough coat male Saint Bernard. Cash came into rescue with his best buddy - Carrie their prior owners had a great sense of humor when they named them "Cash & Carrie" so we're keeping the names. Both of these babies are slightly under weight and a bit timid but with the right loving environment they will flourish. Would you like additional information about adopting Cash OR Carrie? 7/8/2005

Carrie: Carrie is a sweet, 13 month rough coat Saint Bernard. Would you like more information about adopting Carrie? 7/8/2005

Bubbles: (AKA Shady Lady) was very close to death. We even released her to be put to sleep last week. I then asked our web master to remove her from our rescue site . Then the good news came in the next morning, Bubble's was beginning to recover and is now stable. Bubbles was chained to a tree and left by her owner's she is about 16 to 18 months old. She is very people friendly. She had lived indoors the neighbors tell us until her family moved away. She was chained to her tree for a least a month. Surviving on rain water and tree bark. She cut and banged her face and head in efforts we believe were to get lose from her death tree. At this time she is dog aggressive, So she may have been attached by other dogs while there. Her hip and rib bones where showing very badly when she was rescued. Her foster home was over whelmed with trying to save her so I had to have her vetted now for the last week. She will be able to be placed soon. She has been wormed. Heart worm neg. She has had her shots. The vet believes she has already been spayed by her old owners. Yes the police are looking for them to charge them. Her vet bill will be costly so any help you can give Arkansas SBRF fund would be appreciated. OF course Bubbles is first on our list for need at this time. starssts@earthlink.net is the email addy for Carol Beck the national SBRF president she will be happy to arrange your donations to Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation. Her head and eye wounds are now getting better. She is Clean and happy to love people. She is not now food aggressive but is still dog aggressive so far. We have no Idea about Cats and other pets. So a no pet home would be best for her at this time. Unless you cat is fast on her feet (just kidding of course). Some Cats can perhaps demand respect. Bubbles may not have a problem with cats we just do not know at this time. We really believe this aggressiveness is a lack of food, fear issue for her at this time. She is very jealous of her lovin's from her people for now and does not wish to share them with other dogs at all. 7/8/2005

adult female: Also we have another female coming in this week she is a street pick up and it is unknown as to her age. She is an adult female , needs spayed, and is finishing a treatment for mange. She is very bouncy and wants to play so she will need a bit of space and or an active family. I do not have her contact info nor her photo and up date information as I only received word an hour ago of her being placed by our Rescue group here in Arkansas. 7/8/2005

LEXI: is a 5 month old smooth-coat female. She weighs in at nearly 70 lbs. & is still growing! Lexi is current on shots, has been heartworm tested, & will be spayed prior to adoption. We are working with her on housebreaking. Lexi is a very sweet pup & gets along with everything! She plays great with other dogs, doesn't seem to mind cats, & we expect her to be fine with children. Lexi rides well in a car & seems to do well on the leash. Lexi enjoys playing tug rope with Brandy, another dog up for adoption. She also LOVES the water. She dove right into the creek & was splashing around Brandy. Of course they both needed a serious bath afterwards! Though Lexi loves to run & play, she is also quite laid back. Lexi will make a wonderful addition to someone's family! 7/6/2005

KIKI: is a 3 year old LH spay female. She will need some TLC and a family to show her about life as a cherished family member. KiKi has spent most of her life as an outside dog and will be easy to housetrain as she is very willing. She has been raised with younger children but has not been socialized outside of her home. She will need some training so that she can understand about other dogs, as well. KiKI is waiting to find her new family and forever home! 7/5/2005

Fremont: is two years old, heartworm negative, has been neutered and has all his shots. He loves being with people and playing with other dogs. His favorite hobby is going for car rides. 7/5/2005

Max: Max is about 1 year old and is a shorthair. He is heartworm free, has all his shots and is great with other dogs and people. Ken & Lori Juenke 7/5/2005

Morgan: is 6 years old and really loves people. She is housebroken, spayed and has all her shots. She is heartworm negative. She does not like cats and is picky about other doggy friends. Ken & Lori Juenke 7/5/2005

Lolo: is a black mask, smooth coat - young male Saint Bernard. He's a great rider, loves to cuddle, wants to play, walks relatively well on a leash and is house trained. Would you like to give Lolo his forever home?? He would love to have another dog as a friend too. 7/3/2005

Johnny: is a 18 month old rough coat male saint with a full mask. Johnny has a sweet and affectionate temperament and gets along well with children, cats and dogs. He is crate trained, housetrained and walks well on a leash. He loves attention, going on walks and car rides. He is neutered, current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful addition to a family. 7/3/2005

Tommy: is an 3 year old rough coat Saint Bernard with a full mask. He is a handsome and stately gentleman. Tommy is friendly, affectionate and is well behaved. He is housebroken and knows basic obedience commands. He walks on leash very well without pulling. He is a "people dog" and prefers to stay inside with his family. He currently lives with kids, cats, small dogs, other saints and does well with them. He loves to be brushed, have his belly rubbed, go on car rides and walks. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. He will make a great family pet. 7/3/2005

Sissy: and Sampson: Hi. We're Sissy and Sampson. We're 19 months old. We're spayed/neutered, vaccinated, heartworm-negative and housetrained. We would really like a family of our very own. Our foster mom says we will need a fenced yard, and she thinks we'd play well with kids over 8. But here's the kicker -- we only want to go to a home together. We've been together our whole lives and we depend on each other. We promise to be good dogs if you'll only take a chance on us. You'll get twice as much love. Please come and get us 'cause we're anxious to begin our lives with you. 7/3/2005

Spencer: is a 5 month old, long haired male puppy. He is neutered and up to date on his shots. He is a friendly, sweet and full of energy. Good with kids and other dogs, he hasn't met a cat yet. He does know sit and is working on down, but will need basic obedience class. Older children, fenced yard and Saint or giant breed experience preferred. 7/3/2005

Clyde: This very cute 6 month old came to us from a neglected home. He was caged his entire young life with no socialization. He was infested with fleas and has major hair loss on his back. He is learning to meet new people and sometimes scares them because he barks at them like a big dog. He is getting better everyday. He sure loves other dogs and he is good with cats. He is a very sweet little boy. He will need obedience training and continuing socialization. If you would like to give Clyde a second chance at a forever home, please contact us! 6/30/2005

Abbey: Abbey. She came out of a drug house when they abandoned her there. Sweet girl. gets along with other animals and other dogs. has been aged at 2 years old. Has had surgery on both eyes (ectropia), spayed. all shots current. microchipped. She has had a bad time somewhere as she has broken teeth eats well and vet says she is fine as is) She is such a sweet dog. She deserves someone to love her. 6/29/2005

Scrappy: is a 6-week old pure-bred Saint Bernard puppy. He currently weighs close to 14#! His parents are smaller Saints, around 100-115#. He was turned over to Saint rescue because he has a minor medical issue and his breeder could not sell him. His issue is something that can be corrected and will not effect his quality of life or his life span. Scrappy is the king of the house. He runs the roost so to speak! He is loving and sweet and can't wait to find a family all his own. If you are interested in learning more about Scrappy. 6/28/2005

Titan: Hello there. My name is Titan. Here's my story. They think that I am about a year old which means I am still growing! I am a male, neutered, rough coat Saint Bernard and I am as goofy as they come! Right now I weigh 125#, and I think I could put on about 30 more by the time all is said and done. I was rescued from a shelter where I stayed after they found me out in the world looking for my family. I was neutered at the shelter, updated on all my vaccines, heartworm tested, and I hear that I will now go to yet another vet through Saint rescue to check me out even further! Wow. Lot's of attention! I found out that I am heartworm positive which means I have at least two months of treatment ahead of me. I will stay with my nice foster family until I am cleared. I LOVE people. I am a BIG goofy boy and I love other dogs too. I don't appear to have any food aggression issues and we will soon learn if I am reliably housetrained. I know some basic commands but as I like to say, I'm a work in progress. More information to come as my foster family gets to know me better! 6/28/2005

HARLEY: Hi there, my name is Harley and I am a 2-year old rough coat male Saint Bernard. The nice people of Saint Bernard Rescue picked up me and my brother from our first home in West Virginia. My brother has been adopted and now I am looking for my forever home. I weigh around 110# now and will likely stay smaller than most male Saints. I was pretty shy when I first came in to rescue, but thanks to my foster family and the other dogs in my home, I have come out of my shell rather nicely. It would be nice for my new owners to have large breed experience and I wouldn't mind having a doggie friend to play with. I get along well with all other animals including chickens. Yes I said chickens! I was raised on a farm so am used to all of the things that farm life has to offer. I am getting along well with my foster family's children, but I might do best in a home with children who are a little older. I am learning a lot of new things in my foster home but I would love to have a forever home that I can call my own. I am neutered, up to date on vaccines, and on heartworm & flea prevention. I am housetrained and crate trained and am learning new basic obedience skills every day! 6/28/2005

Bo: Bo is a black mask, rough coat saint. Bo gets along with other dogs (once they've asserted their dominance over him). He's housebroken, doesn't counter surf and knows his basic commands. Bo completed a basic obedience class, walks well on a leash, knows his basic commands and is great with kids. 6/27/2005

Louie: is a two to three year old male Saint mix. We were told his mother was a full Saint Bernard and father was a Rottie. Louie is a great boy that loves everyone. Louie has spent time in the house and does fine. He weighs approximately 120 pounds. 6/26/2005

BRUTUS: is a very sweet 2 year old rough-coat boy ,who weighs in at 123, through he will probably not grow much more, but he will fill out some. He is very strong and walks well on his leash, though he could use some additional training. He travels exceptionally well in the car. Brutus comes from a farm with lots of different animals and people with young children. Since he does not know how strong he is, he may knock younger children over when playing. Brutus has lots of energy so he will need exercise and/or a big fenced yard. Brutus loves his belly rubs and will fit right in to an active family. Brutus is neutered, current on his shots and is on heartworm/frontline. 6/25/2005

JENNY: is estimated to be between 3-4 years old. She is a rough-coat female weighing at around 120 lbs. Jenny is spayed, current on shots, has been heartworm tested, & is micro-chipped. She is housebroken & has great house manners. Though occasionally she does like to run around & do laps in the house! Jenny came in as a stray from WV. She is great with other dogs & is good with children also. She has not been exposed to cats. Jenny has a lovely personality & a very sweet disposition. She will follow you around the house all day long. Jenny loves to be hugged & petted. She will make a great addition to anyone's family. 6/25/2005

Lyla: She's a 4-5 yr old LH spayed female. She's a sweet girl who needs a lot of people interaction. Although a little shy at first she warms up fast and wants petted. She's good with kids and lived with a Dalmatian. She wants to be your new couch potato and companion. 6/23/2005

Bosco: is an 18 month old pure white male Pit Bull terrier. Bosco was rescued along with three Saint Bernard's from a rural kill shelter in TN. He was such an exceptional dog, the shelter director persuaded us to take him also. He is friendly, out going and has the sweetest temperament. Bosco is affectionate and loves everyone, including other dogs, kids and cats. He is house trained, crate trained, and is very well mannered in the house. He walks well on a leash and knows basic obedience commands. He loves playing with the neighborhood children and going on walks and car rides. He is neutered, current on vaccinations and is on heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful pet. 6/23/2005

Scotty: a 2 1/2 yr old Shorthaired male. He is a big gentle boy who loves people. He's pretty decent on a leash. Not sure how he is with other dogs, small kids, or cats. Therefore we wouldn't want to place him with kids under 10yrs. old. He's very loving and wants a forever home to be your faithful companion. 6/21/2005

Jerry: is a 3YO neutered male rough coat. This guy is super sweet and loving. He sneaks into the hospital ward to sit w/ sick animals. He also loves to play dress up. He currently weighs 127 pounds and needs some more weight on him. A big beautiful dog. 6/21/2005

Amber: is a an adorable 6 week old, rough coat female saint puppy. She is outgoing, playful and healthy. She is paper trained. She has been wormed and has received her first set of of puppy shots. 6/21/2005

Peter: is a 5 month old full masked rough coat male. He is friendly, outgoing and playful. He gets along well with kids, dogs and cats. He is crate trained and walks well on a leash. Peter loves attention, being groomed and playing with his litter mates Paula and Mary. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. 6/21/2005

Kojak: is an 3 year old large rough coat Saint Bernard with a full mask. He is a handsome and stately gentleman. Kojak has a calm nature and is well behaved. He walks on leash very well without pulling. He gets along well with everyone, including kids, cats and other dogs. He loves to be with people, go on car rides and walks. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. 6/21/2005

Ashley: is a young female, full masked smooth coated Saint Bernard. She was extremely thin when she was surrendered to us as well as suffering with tick infestation and a case of demodex mange. She's since been treated and over the mange. She's flea and tickless and is ready for a forever home. 6/20/2005

HENRY: is estimated to be around 5 years old. He seems to be some kind of hound mix. Henry weighs in at 60 lbs. Here is Henry's story; One of my foster people was driving home from work at 6am. in the morning. When she past an animal that was all curled up, hit in the middle of the highway . She assumed the animal was dead, but to her surprise, as she drove by, the poor thing lifted it's head up & glanced at her going by. This animal ended up being Henry. She quickly turned around, hoping that no one else had hit him again, by the time she got back to him. It was of course pitched black & she ran out in the middle of the highway & picked him up. Henry was bloody & in pain, but was still happy to see her. Then I got the call at 630 am. " Kathi , I found a dog that has been hit by a car, can you help me, I cannot afford to take him to the vet" So yes , even though we do Saint Bernard Rescue, we are not going to turn down a dog in this kind of situation. So off to the vet Henry went. Henry did have an owner's tag on him. We left messages at that number & so did the vet. Meanwhile Henry needed immediate surgery. He had fractured his Humerus, so the vet put pins in him. The vet bill came to $600 for this boy. Finally the owner called back, he didn't even ask how his dog was doing, & just told us he didn't want him. Lucky for Henry! Now Henry (we gave him this name, we do not know his original name) is in foster care recouping from surgery, & the first time in his life he is getting the love he deserves. He loves being a house dog! Henry plays with the other dogs, but may do better as an only pet, because he gets jealous when anybody else gets attention. He loves being petted & getting hugs. Henry seems to be good with children, preferably older ones. He is doing great with the house breaking & does well in the house with his manners. Please find it in your heart to give this boy the home that he deserves! He will be neutered prior to adoption. We are asking for a $200 adoption fee. We are also excepting donations to help cover Henry's vet bill. 6/20/2005

King: is a handsome 2 year old rough coat male. A very friendly, pleasant boy he is up to date on shots and HW negative. Older children, giant breed experience and fenced yard preferred. 6/17/2005

Holly: is a 5 yr old pure bred spayed female St. Bernard. Even though she is a great watch dog, Holly loves to give big kisses. She needs a home with a lot of attention and love. 6/17/2005

LACY: 1 1/2 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Lacy was with Rocky (above) at animal control for 3 months. She is very shy, but very sweet. She is a special needs girl who would best be suited for a quiet type home as she is easily frightened. She does not show aggression when scared. She is very cute and very petite, weighing only 70 lbs. 6/16/2005

GORDON: 18 month old, neutered male, very handsome, friendly and sweet. Housebroken and starting obedience training. Does not get along with other animals. Is very afraid of other dogs. 6/16/2005

MISSY: 3 yr. old., long haired, spayed female. Houebroken, and gets along with everyone. Very sweet and loving. Loves to sleep on your feet. 130 lbs. and gentle. 6/16/2005

Hannah: is a lovely longhaired female Saint Bernard. Hannah is about four years old, and her owner says that she is an excellent dog. She is housebroken and very well behaved – she doesn't "counter surf" at all! Hannah is good with kids and other dogs and loves to ride in the car. She also loves to go for walks. Hannah has been spayed, is up to date on her shots, and is on heartworm preventative. 6/16/2005

Malaki: This is Malaki he is 11 mos old. Crate trained, housebroke, learning basic obedience commands, fully vetted, all shots current, Neutered and wormed. He weighs 107# and is on the skinny side but eating well in rescue. He seems to not mind cats in the least ignores them even when they are hissing at him. Same with dogs although only tested in very limited and controlled environment so far. He is just a real sweet boy who seems to learn quickly and wants to please. Food is definitely a motivator loves treats! Would do better with either no kids or at least no small kids as he likes to lean on you and loves to give kisses rather enthusiastically! 6/12/2005

Oliver: sweet, adorable 7 year old male St. Bernard who was placed three years ago thru our Rescue and now he is back in need of a new, loving home due to divorce and downsizing. Oliver is a wonderful boy who is friendly and kind to all; dogs (of any size), cats, children he wants to be part of a family again. 6/12/2005

Baron Von Bernard: Not quite an original name for a St. Bernard! This 2 year old male St. Bernard is a sweetie. He lost his home when his owners moved and didn't take him along. Bernard just needs some obedience training to be better on a leash. He is housebroken, good with other dogs and cats and is a friendly boy to all he meets. 6/12/2005

BRADY: is a playful 2-1/2 year old Saint/Lab cross. He is neutered, vaccinated and housetrained. He was successfully treated for heartworm disease and has completely recovered. Brady (also called Clown Boy by his foster mom) is a silly, happy little fellow who runs like the wind. And when he's really happy he does helicopter jumps -- you know, straight up in the air, with all four paws leaving the ground at the same time. (Hmmm. Maybe he's part pogo stick.) He's got lots of energy so if you're looking for a couch potato Brady's not the boy for you. He will definitely need a fenced yard. He does well with good-sized submissive female dogs but doesn't care for cats or small dogs. He's fine with children; however, due to his energy level he would probably do best with kids over 9 or 10. Brady would like you to come and meet him. He's eager to begin his new life with a family of his own. Might that be you? 6/12/2005

LILLY: is a beyond-sweet little charmer who has not had an easy time of it in her brief two years. Abandoned by her humans, she became pregnant by a neighbor's chocolate lab and gave birth to four puppies. (She came to us with her pups.) She's spayed and UTD on shots, and is housetrained. She was badly infested with heartworms, which we've treated, and soon she'll be ready to be adopted and bestow kisses on a lucky family. Lilly's a tiny little girl who loves to cuddle. She does well with children, cats, and most dogs. She's VERY special and would like a special family of her own. Might that be you? 6/12/2005

C.J.: is a 7 year old rough coat neutered male. He is a very sweet boy that gets along well with cats and dogs. He grew up with 3 boys that considered C.J. their brother. The boys, needless to say, were heartbroken when they had to give him up. C.J. is completely housebroken and walks well on a leash. Do not let this behavior fool you as he is extremely spoiled. When hungry he will open your cabinet doors looking for something tasty to eat. It didn't take his foster mom long to find out that C.J. prefers their bed to sleep on rather than his doggie bed. He loves to gross her out mom by drinking out of the toilet and then proceeds to sniff the kitty litter. Not only is his face dripping from his drink but he has kitty litter stuck to it and can't understand why he is being reprimanded. He just gives her that goofy look and wags his tail thinking that he's quite the DOG. So if you are looking for a big lovable goof that will keep you in stitches with a constant smile on your face C.J. is the dog for you. 6/11/2005

Chris: is an 8 mo old neutered male Saint mix. He loves to play is good with people and all size other dogs. 6/11/2005

Saint: & Bernard: What's better than one Saint? How about TWO!! Bernard is a BIG, lovable St. Bernard who grew up at the coast and has shared his life with his close friend, "Saint." Bernard is a rough-coated and Saint is a smooth-coated St. Bernard. They are neutered and spayed and have no health issues other than some intermittent arthritis that is easily controlled with glucosamine and aspirin. They were purchased as pups from different litters and raised together. They are 8 years old and must not be separated as they are very bonded. Both dogs are well-socialized and get along with other dogs, cats, and people. They are not housebroken, but they have good leash manners and have had basic obedience training. They love to be brushed and talked to, and would do very well in a securely fenced yard with someone who understands and appreciates the breed. These two can be adopted through K-9 Rescue (a dog rescue specializing in seniors), currently located near Portland, Oregon, but soon to be relocated to Klamath Falls, Oregon. 6/9/2005

3 males::: and 1 female: These gorgeous pups are 7-weeks old and are new to Saint Rescue in Virginia. There are 3 males and 1 female, rough coat, pure-bred Saint Bernards. They will be spayed and neutered prior to going to their new homes. They each have their own personalities and are such characters. 6/7/2005

Leroy: is a 16 month old, rough coat neutered male that weighs 150 pounds. He is a big mush that craves all the attention he can get. Although he is not dog aggressive he is very dominate with other dogs so it is best that he is placed in a home where he is the only pet. Leroy loves to be groomed and enjoys rides in the car. Due to the fact that he not full grown it is best that his new owners continue with his obedient training. Leroy is not completely housebroken so he is crated during the day while his foster mom is at work and at bedtime. 6/6/2005

Lucas: Hello, My name is Lucas and I am looking for a loving new home. I am about 18 months old (Vet Est.) pure bred Saint . I am healthy, current on my vaccinations, on heart-worm preventative and neutered . I really like to play tug-o-war, devour treats and am readily available for long belly rubs. I like other dogs, kids and adults. I even like cats. I will chew on contraband (Shoes) when home alone and bored. Sometimes I have the urge to roam, so a fenced yard is a must. 6/5/2005

Daisy: is an 8 month old pure bred, happy, young Saint puppy looking for a loving permanent home. She is healthy, spayed, vaccinated, and on heart-worm preventative. Daisy is excellent with other dogs and cats. She knows basic commands, is leash trained, very affectionate, and playful. Daisy is not housebroken. Daisy's ideal new home would have a fenced yard and a family with enough time and patience to complete her housetraining. 3/24/2005

Lily: is an nine month old splash coat Saint Bernard puppy. She is very gentle and well mannered. She is house trained and walks on a leash well. She is still a puppy though, who likes to play, run and gets excited when she meets new people. She loves meeting new people and loves getting petted. Her other favorite things to do are to go on walks and car rides. Lily was adopted, but within a few days she turned up turned up as a stray in a shelter and was brought back to rescue. She is spayed, current on all shots, and is on heart worm and flea preventative. Lily is a wonderful puppy who deserves a family committed to providing her with the love and care she needs. Would you like to be Lily's forever family? 6/1/2005

Snoopy: this cutie is a one year old smooth coated female St. Bernard who lost her home due to divorce. Snoopy and Shelby are friends but they do not have to be placed together. Snoopy is a playful girl who gets along with other dogs and loves to be loved. Spayed, shots, microchip 6/1/2005

MANDEE: is a 17 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 115 lbs. or so & is still growing! Mandee will be spayed, current on shots & heartworm tested prior to adoption. Mandee came to us because her owner came down with a medical condition & could no longer take care of her. Her previous owner also kept her as an outside dog. Mandee is sure loving the indoor life now! So far she has not had any accidents in the house & is doing wonderfully with house training. Mandee is very kid friendly & great with other dogs. She is very puppyish & excitable! We prefer Mandee to go to a home with a fence. She needs a safe place to run off her energy! Mandee is very loving, affectionate & outgoing. She is starving for attention & requires lots of belly rubs. Mandee does not have a mean bone in her body! She rides well in the car, & pulls some on the leash, but not a lot. Mandee is highly treat motivated, & can probably be taught to do anything. Mandee will benefit from some basic obedience training, as well as any dog that comes into rescue. Mandee seems to do okay with cats, but if they run, she will chase them. Mandee will make a great family companion. 5/31/2005

SULTAN: is a 12 week old rough-coat male puppy. He is the smallest of the three littermates, weighing in at around 25 lbs. or so. Sultan is neutered, current on shots, has been heartworm tested & is micro-chipped. He is crate trained & almost housebroken too. Sultan is good with other dogs & even cats. Sultan is a very smart puppy, & really wants to please his owner. He loves being around people, but does not care to play rough. He is a very low-key, quiet boy. Sultan rides well in the car. He is not a jumper, & loves to watch and observe everyone. Sultan will make a great family pet. 5/31/2005

BOOTS: is a 5-6 year old (estimated by vet) rough-coat male. He weighs in at 150 lbs.! Boots is neutered, current on his shots & has been heartworm tested. He is crate trained, & has not had any accidents in the house either. Boots is a very large male, with a very laid back attitude. He seems to careless about the other male dog in the household. He is not really the playing type, just loves to be right next to you with his head in your lap! & what a BIG head it is !!!! Boots also enjoys being rubbed all over. He seems to walk well on the leash too. Boots is also a BIG leaner! He will lean up against you for attention. Boots wants someone that he can just hang out with all day long. He not a very active boy & seems to be a gentle giant. 5/31/2005

Mattie: is a new arrival She will be two years old in June. She is housebroken and LOVES her family. She is great with children. She needs to be with you or close by at all times. No backyard alone for her. She has excellent house manners. She loves to go for car rides. Mattie still has to be spayed prior to adoption, but other than that she's ready for a family of her own. Mattie was rescued by a family who loved her dearly, but their Jack Russell didn't think much of her. To keep peace in their household, they called us. She walks well on a leash, but occasionally pulls. We're working on that. She is a quick learner. 5/31/2005

Ladybug: and Boomer: are a bonded pair of 6-year old pure-bred rough coat Saint Bernard's who are looking to find a home where they can live out their years providing their new owners with much happiness and joy. Unfortunately their owner passed away and there are no family members that are able to adopt them. They have been without their human for over a week now and as you can imagine are mourning his loss. These two pups have an incredible spirit about them. They are loving, gentle, and appear to love other dogs of all shapes and sizes. They are used to living outside but have a garage area with a doggie door that leads in to their beds and their food. They have both been around children and do not seem to have any fears. Boomer apparently spent some time in the house, but Ladybug did not. Both are likely housetrained as they can distinguish between their garage and the outside. These pups have been well taken care of. They are up to date on their vaccinations, have been on heartworm preventative, and have also been maintained on flea control. Their coats are nice and overall, they reflect having been well cared for. They want nothing more than to love you and for you to love them back. Please help us find a good home for these two pups who are lost without their human. Our first choice would be to place them together, but if this is not possible, we are looking for the best home for each of them. 5/30/2005

Tom: is a 3 YO neutered male rough coat. This guy gets along great w/ everyone. 5/30/2005

Silas: is 3 yrs old Neutered male loves to play. housebroken loves all other animals loves kids ready for a home of his own, and a family to love. Neutered, all shots current, microchipped. Owner surrender 5/30/2005

Beethoven: 6yr old rough coat male Saint Bernard. He is neutered, up-to-date on shots and on heartworm preventative. He does not use his back left leg due to a brake that was never treated when he was a puppy. The leg does not seem to bother him at all & aside from the limp, you would never know.. He was examined and we are waiting for the results. This injury doesn't NOT stop him from running and playing with other dogs. Beethoven currently living at a boarding kennel in Northern NJ. He, along with his two housemates (both of which were intact males), were signed over to the kennel because the owner could not care for them. He's about 110lbs and starting to gain weight. He has absolutely NO aggression issues at all. He loves to play with his toys, bones, and especially his Kong with peanut butter! Beethoven enjoys being washed, groomed and getting his nails done. He has NOT been tested with cats. If asked, "Beethoven, are you handsome?", he rolls over & gives his belly for rubs. He also will take every chance to sit on you as opposed to sitting near you ! Beethoven deserves a chance to live the rest of his life in a loving FOREVER home. 5/26/2005

Molly: This very sweet 10 month old came to us after the baby in the family developed severe allergies to her. She is good with other dogs, cats, and children. She is a very nice girl and such a beauty! 5/23/2005

Chance: This gorgeous boy is just 20 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. Are you looking for a young, happy Saint that you can give a second "Chance" at life? 5/23/2005

Brutus: is a 10 mo neutered male smooth coat. This pup is 103 pounds and still growing. He is wild as the wind. He will begin obedience work today. 5/21/2005

Bianca: is also 2 years old needs some nutrition!!! Loves people and is quick to try to please. female. Housebroke. Owner surrender 5/20/2005

Leroy: is a handsome rough coat male. He is neutered and up-to-date on shots. He's about 150lbs (still growing) and 16 months of age. He and his playmate, Sasha, were tied up in an outside pen with NO socialization. Even though he was brought up in this environment, he is still a lovable, cuddly youngster with a sweet disposition and eager to please. He is learning basic obedience (sit, stay, down). He does well with other dogs and strangers, although he gives wet, sloppy licks when greeting. He enjoys walking on a leash (as long as there aren't any squirrels, rabbits or cats), and carries the newspaper in for his foster mom each morning. He would prefer to be the only dog or live with a submissive female dog. He would like to rule the house (dominant not aggressive). He will only be adopted as a member of the family living INDOORS. 5/18/2005

EDISON: is an 18 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 143 lbs. or so & is still growing! Edison is neutered, current on shots & has been heartworm tested. This guy is big & handsome! He is good with other dogs & children. Edison shows a little too interest in cats, but does not show any aggression towards them. Edison came to us because his owner has cancer, & he was just too much dog for them. He has wonderful house manners & is housebroken too. Edison does know some commands such as "SIT", "DOWN", "STAY" & he comes very well on a recall. Edison does need some work with walking on a leash, but other wise he is a super dog! 5/16/2005

SADIE: is a 5 year old beautiful smooth-coat female. She weighs in at around 130 lbs. or so. Sadie is spayed & current on her shots. She is good with children & other dogs. Sadie shows too much interest in cats, so we would not recommend her to go to a home with them. She is also housebroken . Sadie originally came into rescue when she was 2 1/2 years old. She was living outside, chained to a doghouse with a variety of other dogs. She was adopted to family who have loved & cared for her for the past 2 1/2 years. They are now having to give her & her other Saint buddy up , because they can know longer keep them. Since our foster homes are full, she will have to be boarded at a kennel, which will highly stress Sadie out. Saints do not do well in a kennel environment. 5/16/2005

Bernice: This little cutie is quite the petite one! She weighs around 90 pounds and is about 10-12 months old. She is a very gentle and loving dog. She walks well on a leash, performs basic commands, and loves children, cats, and other dogs. If you are looking for a Saint but overwhelmed by the size, Bernice may be the one for you! 5/16/2005

Belle: is a 16 month old spay smooth coat female. She is housetrained and seems to love other dogs but can play very rough when she is wound up. She is a very dominate female that likes to throw her weight around. Belle has this keen ability to know who's buttons she can push and who she needs to behave with. She is very large and very puppy acting. Belle loves to growl in play and will make a toy out of anything that is not bolted down. Slippers, remotes, and telephones would be her favorite toys if allowed. Belle's foster mom is pretty tough and doesn't let her get away with an inch. Due to her size and excess energy Belle will do best in an adult household with a fenced yard so she can run off some of that energy. She will definitely need a job like cart pulling, agility, and or obedient trials. I have a kong for Belle and she usually has it figured out in 5 to 10 minutes. The weak and the mild need not apply. Belle is looking for someone that will spend a lot of time with her and also be her friend and companion. 5/15/2005

Pandy: is a wonderful ol' gal, right around seven years old. She adores children, is great with other dogs and is kind to her feline companions. A sweeter dog you could not find. She loves kisses, hugs, short walks and doesn't have a bad habit. She is fastidiously housebroken and never messes indoors. As Pandy is a bit on the older side, she has slowed down. While she adores short walks, she has some arthritic changes in her hips and knees and it keeps her mellow. Pandy is taking thyroid medication and deramax for her arthritis, but her blood work is otherwise very good. Pandy would be a wonderful dog for just about any household, but would greatly enjoy a home without stairs and with a family who understands that she cannot play for long periods of time. Pandy is now living with another dog, two cats and three young children ages 5, 7 and 10. Pandy is up to date on all her shots, is spayed and housebroken. 5/15/2005

Savannah: 2 1/2 yr old longhaired female. She's a very loving and sweet girl. She's fine with cats and other dogs. She knows basic commands and minds very well. She's very attentive and wants to be with people constantly. She would make an excellent house dog and loving companion. She's in a foster home now and know that she is good with cats, and other dogs. She is housebroken and loves attention. 5/14/2005

Rosie: a rough coat, approximately 3 1/2 years old Saint Bernard. She's housebroken, does not counter surf. Walks well on a leash, loves to go for a ride, will spend hours by your side. She would love to sleep beside you at night or follow you around the house. Rosie doesn't counter surf, chew on things, bother the trash cans or any of those other obnoxious habits that dogs can develop. Rosie's only fault is that she HATES cats! Do you have a catless house and like to have a forever companion? 5/13/2005

Sebrina: 2 year old LH female. Slow to warm up to new dogs. Currently living with another Saint Bernard, but it took a two week adjustment. Good with kids. Just came in this week. Will post more later. 5/11/2005

Willie: I'm a two-year-old longhair St. Bernard and I love to be with people. I got picked up by the animal police, my family did not come get me, I do not know why. Maybe I slobbered and was to BIG? But I'm a Saint Bernard! I like people, kids and other animals. I'm quite, gentle and housebroke. I do need some more training, but will walk on a leash. If you adopt me I promise to be good, but you have to tell me what is good. 5/10/2005

METAI: Metai pronounced (me tie) is a 3-yr old sweet rough coat male. He is a smaller Saint, weighing approximately 120#. Metai is current on vaccines, altered, and on flea and heartworm prevention. Metai was turned over to Saint Bernard Rescue due to a change in life situation for his previous owner. Metai loves EVERYONE. He gets along well with other dogs of all sizes and he is also good with cats. Metai knows his basic obedience and he walks well on leash. He is very laid back and as sweet as they come. Metai is housetrained and adores children. Metai and Harley are currently being fostered in the same foster home and are doing great with one another. Metai prefers lying on the couch, getting lots of love from his people, or playing with other dogs. 5/9/2005

Copper: is beautiful 6 month old red male pit bull terrier. He is a little shy at first but is very affectionate and devoted. He wants to be near his family and has very good house manners. He is crate trained, house trained and is very quiet in the house. Copper walks well on a leash without pulling and children can easily walk him. He loves children and is very gentle with them. He takes food gently from your hand. He does not have any destructive tendencies such as counter surfing or chewing. He has a sweet submissive nature and gets along with everyone, including other dogs, kids and cats. He is neutered, current on vaccinations and is on heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful pet. 5/9/2005

Barney: is an 18 month old full masked, smooth coat Saint Bernard. He is very well mannered in the house and is house trained. He is loving, gentle and affectionate. He loves the company of other dogs and gets along well with cats. Barney is patient with small children and is very gentle when he takes food from their hands. Barney is eager to play with you but is just as happy to lay at your side. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. He needs a home to call his own. 5/9/2005

Merlin: is a large 4 year-old smooth coat gentleman. He is gentle, well mannered, house trained and knows basic obedience commands. Merlin gets along well with cats, other dogs and prefers to stay indoors with people. He does not pull on the leash and loves to go on walks. He is current on vaccinations, heart worm, flea preventative and will be neutered prior to placement 5/9/2005

Samantha: is a 2 year old full masked splash coat female. She is housebroken and crate trained. She walks well on a leash and does not have any destructive tendencies. Samantha is loving, outgoing and playful. She is affectionate and loves attention. She gets along well with other dogs and cats. She is up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be spayed prior to placement. 5/9/2005

Mabel: This gorgeous 9 month old came to us after her owners were relocating and could not take her with. She is a very sweet girl who loves everyone and everything! She is great with other dogs, cats, and children. She would love to come home with you! 5/8/2005

Bradley: This handsome roughcoat (longhaired) guy is 14-month-old Bradley. He's neutered, vaccinated, HW-negative, and housetrained. What a dream dog! He's a gentle boy who's great with kids of all ages, other dogs, and cats. His favorite thing is cuddling with his humans. Bradley will need a fenced yard as he loves to run like the wind to burn off all that puppy energy. And since he has really long legs he can cover lots of territory. He's quite a special guy. 5/7/2005

Hershey: I'm Hershey, one of Godiva's brothers. Aren't I cute? My mom and my siblings and I are enjoying our vacation at Saint Rescue but we'd like our own home. I'm neutered and vaccinated and HW-negative. 5/7/2005

Godiva: Hi there! My name's Godiva. Mommy is a Saint Bernard and Dad's a chocolate lab. I came to Saint Rescue along with my mom Lilly, my brothers Hershey and Cadbury, and my sister Caramel. We were born in December 2004. We're spayed, vaccinated and heartworm-negative. And we're almost completely housetrained. 5/7/2005

Rocket: Teddy Ballgame: El Tiante: Pesky: Pudge: Yazzie: Meet our line-up. Aren't they cute? Named after former Red Sox greats, these little Saint cross sluggers are three months old, neutered and vaccinated. In the top row are Rocket , Teddy Ballgame, and El Tiante. In the bottom row are Pesky, Pudge and Yazzie . They were found in a taped-shut cardboard box in a landfill (no kidding!) but apparently had the will to survive. Are you a baseball fan? How about putting one of these cuties on your home team! 5/7/2005

Brutus: Love it when they come in vaccinated, neutered and go home in 5 days. He was adopted today by the SE Canine coordinator for Homeland security. Woo hoo no puppy to eat my house! 5/6/2005

Beethoven: ran away from an abusive/neglectful situation. We were able to rescue to other St's from this situation about 6 mo ago, but the person refused to give up the male. Well, lucky for Beethoven he was able to finally get away and the owners wouldn't pay the shelter to get out. So rescue was finally able to help him. He is positive heartworm, possible Lymes disease and malnourished, just as his female St's were from this place. 5/6/2005

Missy: is a female St rescued from A VERY neglectful situation!! Missy and another St were left to roam the swamp land that the "owners" had. They had to find food where they could, when they could, in the garbage. They had to fend for themselves, and find their own shelter also. The "owner" also has another St that happens to be a male and he is tied up "behind the barn"! When we picked up the girls , they were both severely infested with ticks and turned out to be Heartworm positive. The other female Oreo has Been adopted and Missy has been spayed and been treated for heartworm and ready to be adopted by her forever home. Missy is a very Sweet girl who deserves a loving , caring home. (The local humane society is working with animal control to see that the remaining St 's living conditions either are corrected or the dog will be removed from the situation!) 5/6/2005

Roscoe: 5 yr old male. Rough coat. Super happy and has lots of energy. Came to rescue because he would play with the kittens to death. Good with kids and other dogs. The foster home is working on all his house manners since he used to be an outside only dog. He loves being in the house. He is crate trained and is not destructive. He loves riding in the car. 5/6/2005

George: 3yr old male, neutered, longhair, 145 pds, UTD on shots, ok with medium to large dogs, no cats, ok with kids over 8yrs, indoors, housebroken, basic commands, needs experienced owner, located in northern NJ. 5/5/2005

Gunther: 3yr old male, neutered, shorthair, over 175pds, UTD on shots, ok with dogs and cats, ok with kids over 8yrs, indoor, housebroken, crate trained, basic commands, recovering from torn ACL, needs gentle care, located in southern NJ. 5/5/2005

Belle: and Libby: Sisters in need of a home. Both are 2 and 1/2. Belle and Libby were adopted from a humane society. Must be adopted together. Good with cats, kids and small critters. Know sit, shake and down. Get along with most dogs. Reason for surrender, don't like the Great Dane. Fenced yard a must. 5/5/2005

Daisy Mae: 9 month old LH female Saint puppy. Playful, friendly, needs training. Kept as an outside dog, but eager to please and learn. Daisy is currently 95 pounds and putting on weight daily. She's been given a bath and spayed. She is playful with other dogs. 5/5/2005

Cindy: is a 6 month old full masked splash coat puppy. She was born 10-28-2004. Her previous owner loved and took good care of her, but had to surrender her to rescue. Cindy is friendly, outgoing and playful. She gets along well with kids, dogs and cats. She is crate trained, housebroken and has had obedience training. Cindy loves attention, going on walks, being groomed and especially being played with. She is up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be spayed prior to placement. 5/3/2005

Elle: is a 1 year old female, rough coat Saint Bernard. Elle is currently being fostered with a family that is teaching her manners. Elle gets along great with cats but should be placed with older children since she's very quick to take food from small children's hands. She's learning her house skills but currently is a counter surfer BIG TIME and prefers people food over her dog food. Do you have it in your heart to give Elle her a forever home?? 5/2/2005

Nora: 7 month old female. Rough coat. Came to rescue from an owner who could not take care of her. Needs all forms of training. Very sweet little girl. Very submissive. Needs a patient owner who is willing to build her confidence. Loves to be a lap dog and gets very excited when she is getting pets. Great with other dogs and kids. 5/1/2005

ABBY: is a 12 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 120 lbs. & is still growing. At the moment she's a little on the chunky side. Abby is crate trained, & we are working on housebreaking her too. Abby is spayed, current on shots & has been heartworm tested. She is learning to walk on a leash & is doing well. She does know the command "Sit", & would benefit from some obedience training. Her basic house manners are pretty good. Abby gets along well with children, dogs & cats. She is just learning to play with toys ,& loves to play a good game of tug! Abby is highly treat motivated, which means she will be a fast learner. Abby just loves to be petted & loved on. She will make a great companion. 4/30/2005

Karla: is a an adorable 5 week old, splash rough coat female saint puppy. Karla was born on March 12, 2004 at the TN Saint Bernard Rescue. She is outgoing, playful and healthy. She is paper trained. She has been wormed and has received her first set of of puppy shots. She will be spayed prior to placement. 4/30/2005

Kodi: is a 5 week old rough coat saint puppy with a full mask. Kodi was born on March 12, 2005 at the TN Saint Bernard Rescue. He is outgoing, playful and healthy. He has received his first set of puppy shots and has been wormed. 4/30/2005

Sammy: Hi my name is Sammy. I am a 2 year old rough coat male. As you can see from my pictures I have had a rough life so far. I was picked up by animal control as a stray and then they transferred me to the nice people that help us Saints. I am so hungry that I have trouble standing up. The vet said that my body started feeding off of my muscle so I need to build up my tone again. I am told this could take some time. I am very nice and adore children. I love my belly rubbed. If you would like to help me you could make donations to rescue for my care ( Sammy in Virginia). I also will be looking for a forever home once I am well. 4/28/2005

Sadie: is a two year old spay female. She walks well on a leash and minds immediately when spoken too. She has been raised with children and seems to get along well with dogs as well as cats. Sadie is very sweet but can be nervous when moved into a new home. The poor gal has been in several homes as the person who was trying to place her took little care in finding a home with people who truly knew what it would be like to live with a large breed. Sadie has a double ear infection as well as a severe bladder infection. and will need to have her urine tested again once she has finished all her antibiotics. 4/28/2005

Baxter: is a 16-month old smooth coat, pure-bred Saint Bernard. Baxter was rescued from a shelter yesterday and we are working on getting to know him better. He appears to be housetrained, good with other dogs, good with people, but exuberant in play! He weighs approximately 130#, is rather thin, and will likely need to gain at least 30 more. Because of his size and zest for life, Baxter should go to a home with older children or without children at this time. He will also need a family that is committed to working on his training and confidence building. He is a bit head shy and has ear infections that have been left untreated. Baxter will be fully vetted prior to going to his new home. He is neutered and has a beautiful coat. Baxter is crate-trained and loves his treats! Baxter is initially protective of his treats and food around other dogs, which may or may not subside with proper nutrition and weight gain. Baxter is looking for his new forever home. 4/28/2005

Gracie: I'm a five year old St. Bernard and I want to be loved. I was found huddled in a loving family's garage in Galt, CA and, despite extensive efforts, my owners weren't found. When discovered, I was wearing a faded and very tight collar with no tags. My owners didn't seem to try to find me, either, but the folks that found me had two dogs already and no room for me. So I'm now in a foster home. I'd love to come live with you! In true St. Bernard character, I am quiet and gentle, though I slobber a bit. My foster mom just keeps a rag close by. I get along with cats and other dogs and am very affectionate. 4/27/2005

Dicey: age 6, long hair female. Sweet, gentle, middle aged, looking for a companion home to appreciate her. Lots of love to share. 4/25/2005

Barney: What a sad life this poor 4 year old has had! He was found wandering the streets starving and exhausted after he broke free from the tree he had been chained to. He was so tired he just laid in the middle of the road for cars to drive around him. He is very thin and will need some good TLC and nutrition. He is a very lovable boy and gets along great with other dogs, cats, and children. He is heartworm positive and will begin treatment shortly. He will be available for adoption in mid-April but we will happily accept applications for this very deserving boy! 4/25/2005

Cassie: is 4 years old and will be visiting our Vet on Dec. 3rd She will be available for adoption on Jan. 1st. 4/25/2005

Hoss: is about 2 years old, has been neutered, has all his shots and is heartworm free. Hoss likes other dogs and loves to play. He also sits on command. He wants to know if you have enough energy for him. 4/25/2005

Andrew: 2yrs old, neutered, housebroken, all shots current, microchipped. He is a very sweet boy gets along with good with all other animals EXCEPT DOGS. He is a real lover and a clown. He was dumped out on the road and abandoned. He needs a second chance at a family of his own. He is a good boy! Needs to be an only dog! 4/25/2005

Athena: This pretty girl is two-year-old Athena. She's a roughcoat little sweetie who has had it rough in her young life. She was removed from her home because of neglect but she's very willing to trust humans again if only you'll treat her kindly. She does well with other dogs and even likes cats. She's spayed, vaccinated, HW-negative, and housetrained. She just wants a family to love. 4/24/2005

FRED 2: Four years old, neutered, housebroken, vaccinated, and HW-negative, Fred is a smoothcoat male littermate to Rudy. Initially quite wary of strangers he eventually warms up once he knows you're a friend. At 197 pounds, Fred needs to be on a diet. We estimate he should lose 15-20 pounds to be at his optimum weight. He would like to be the only animal in the family and he'd prefer "his" kids to be over 10 or 12. Fred's an alpha dog who will need a fenced yard. The successful applicant will have Saint- or giant-breed experience and the patience to help Fred reach his full potential. 4/24/2005

Cadbury: I'm Cadbury and my foster mom says I'm VERY affectionate. My brother and sisters and I were born four months ago. Our mom's a Saint and daddy was a chocolate lab who didn't stick around to welcome us into the world. I'm up to date on my shots and HW-negative. And I've been neutered (whatever that means). 4/24/2005

Caramel: My name's Caramel. I've been spayed and vaccinated and I'm heartworm-negative. I'd like a home of my own. I'm a Saint/Chocolate Lab cross, and I give great kisses. 4/24/2005

Herculez: This handsome guy is 4 years old. Herculez came into Rescue because his previous owners said "he got too big!." Herculez is a loving boy who deserves a caring home where he is appreciated for his size. Herculez needs to gain about 20 lbs. He weighs 115 lbs. Neutered, shots, microchip. 4/24/2005

Hannah: 3 yrs old, spayed, great with kids. Has a cataract, but still can see out of that eye. Nice family dog. Call Cheryl (507) 317-3797 4/22/2005

Bittsey: she is a 3 year old 1/2 masked tri-colored rough coated female that loves attention. she is great with other dogs and she loves kids. she is very sweet and has some manners. she loves to play and get attention. 4/22/2005

Calley: she is a rough coated 6 year old female full mask full mantle tri color. She loves to get attention and sit on your feet. She needs some training. Calley gets along with other dogs. 4/22/2005

Samson: is an adorable shorthaired male Saint Bernard. Samson is only eight months old, and his owner says that he is an excellent dog! He is housebroken and is great with kids, cats, and other dogs. Samson will only be adopted to a family that promises to keep him in the house. 4/20/2005

Paula: is a 5 month old half masked rough coat female. She is friendly, outgoing and playful. She gets along well with kids, dogs and cats. She is crate trained and walks well on a leash. Paula loves attention, being groomed and playing with her litter mate Mary. She is spayed, up to date on shots and on heartworm and flea preventative. 4/19/2005

Mary: is a 5 month old full masked rough coat female. She has a dark mantle with mahogany highlights. She has a sweet and gentle disposition. She gets along well with kids, dogs and cats. She is crate trained and walks well on a leash. Mary loves to go for walks and to play with her litter mate Paula. She is spayed, up to date on shots and on heartworm and flea preventative. 4/19/2005

Sam: I am located in Southwest Missouri about 30 miles from Springfield, MO. The Saint Bernard that I am fostering is one that I have boarded in the past. (I have a very small boarding kennel and he was one of my clients). He is truly a phenomenal dog with one exception. Since I last boarded him in Aug of this year, he has had some bad experiences with men. He is now very fearful of them and is suffering from men-based fear aggression. I have been working with him, ( I have had him now for 3 weeks) and I am thrilled to say he is getting much better! Over the holidays I had quite a few people coming and going, dropping off dogs to be boarded. He didn't growl or bark at anyone! ( This is a first since he came to me). We have been working with him with my 20 year old son and husband, having them give him treats every time he does something for them, (sit, down, etc.). He has now learned that they aren't a threat ( not half bad after all!) and after this past weeks' stellar performance with my boarding clients, I think he is getting the drift that all men are not bad! (I also ask any of the clients who were dropping off dogs to be boarded, who weren't afraid of a big dog, to give him a treat as they talked to him. He loved it!) He really just needs a home with someone who understands saints and is willing to work more with him. Under most circumstances he is nothing more than a 160 lb. baby who loves to sit with his head in your lap. To me he is still a little underweight but I am trying to put some weight on him. He also is truly a "dry-mouthed" St. Very rarely do I get the "industrial strength" shoe-string adhesive from him!! 4/19/2005

Goliath: is a beautiful 13 month old rough coat saint with a full mask and mahogany mantle. He is a very playful puppy and loves attention. He has a sweet and affectionate temperament and gets along well with cats and dogs and people. He is house trained is mannerly in the house. Even though he is still a puppy, he hasn't chewed on anything inappropriate or counter surfed. He loves to go on walks and walks well on a leash. He also loves belly rubs and car rides. He is neutered and current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful addition to a family. 4/18/2005

Ramsee: is a two year old rough coat saint with a full mask and mahogany mantle. Ramsee has a sweet and affectionate temperament and gets along well with children, cats and dogs. He is housetrained, walks well on a leash, and knows basic obedience commands. He loves playing in the yard, especially with the other dogs, going on walks and car rides. He is neutered, current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful addition to a family. 4/18/2005

Dee: is a 5 year old rough coated female. She came into rescue because her owner was no longer able to care for her. She is housebroken, well mannered and walks well on leash. Dee gets along with dogs, cats and people. She is affectionate and prefers to be inside with people. She loves walks but her favorite thing is car rides. She is spayed, current on shots, heart worm and flea preventative. 4/18/2005

Sasha: is a 3 year old large smooth coat female with a full mask. She is very gentle and sweet natured. She was surrendered by a Missouri breeder who went out of business. Sasha had never been able to stay indoors with people before, but now she loves being inside. She is affectionate and loves attention. She gets along well with everyone and currently lives with cats, dogs and children. She was used as a breeder and was pregnant when she came into rescue. She was a wonderful mother but deserves a rest, so this will be her last litter. She is crate trained and house trained. She is up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be spayed prior to placement 4/18/2005

BARRY: is a 10 week old rough-coat male. He weighs in at 32 lbs. & is still growing! Barry is neutered, current on shots, had his dewclaws removed & is micro-chipped. He is crate trained & almost housebroken. Barry is not the brightest pup on the planet, but he is quite the comical one! He is a big lovable boy, & is also very clumsy. Barry loves his toys & walks well on the leash. He loves to rough-house & play with other dogs. He hasn't quite figured out what cats are yet. Barry is quite playful & just thinks that mud is the greatest thing ever invented! Barry will make a great family companion! 4/16/2005

APOLLO: is a 10 week old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 25 lbs. & is still growing! Apollo is crate trained & almost housebroken. He is neutered, current on shots, had his dewclaws removed, & is micro-chipped. Apollo loves to play with his siblings & interact with people. He is a very smart puppy. Apollo enjoys going for walks, loves to play in the water & rides well in the car. He is good with other dogs & cats too. Apollo loves to chase balls & will also bring you toys, so you will play with him. Apollo will make a great family companion! 4/16/2005

SEAMUS: (pronounced Shamus) is a 15 week old rough-coat male. He weighs in at 42 lbs. & is still growing ! Seamus is neutered & current on shots. We are working on crate training & housebreaking. Seamus came to us as an owner turn in. The owner has cancer & could not handle taking care of the pup. Seamus is a good boy who loves to get all kinds of attention. He gets along well with other dogs, & loves to play with them. He is highly treat motivated , & loves to play with his toys. Seamus is learning to walk on a leash & will need some socialization. He's a sweet pup in need of a good home. Seamus' 4/16/2005

SPENCER: has a big heart and a soft soul. This 95 lb ( & still growing !) 11 month old neutered male puppy came in as a stray and was initially very scared around his new foster parents. However in the few weeks he has been in foster care he has made great strides in learning to trust. Once this pup figures out you are a friend he is happy to hang out and even happier to have your attention. When Spencer first arrived he didn't have a clue as to what a brush was but now....oh boy does he love it especially under his chin... we can almost hear him going "ahhhh". Spencer walks very well on a leash although is still a little nervous in new settings. In these cases he will just lower his head and follow closely behind the person at the other end of the lead. On his maiden voyage to the local PetSmart he remained calm and absolutely Saintly despite the plethora of dogs and kids running around and up to him. Spencer gets along well with his foster cat brothers as well as with his foster dog brothers - now that he learned he is "low man on the totem pole" following just behind his 11 lb terrier foster brother! Spencer is crate trained and is working on his housebreaking. He is as well mannered in the house as he is out of the house. He is a soft soul and will make a wonderful pet for a quiet household. Spencer is current on his shots, has been heartworm tested & will be micro-chipped. 4/16/2005

MAXWELL: is a 2 1/2 year old rough-coat male. He weighs in at around 145-150 lbs. now. Max is neutered, current on all shots, has been heartworm tested, & started on flea & heartworm preventative. Max came to us as an owner turn in. They said that they did not have time to spend with the dog. Max was in need of some social skills. Since he has been in foster care, he is doing wonderfully! He is great with other dogs, & we believe he will be good with older children. He has not been exposed to cats. Max has a very sweet & loving personality. He loves to play tug with his rope toy. He also seems to be highly treat motivated. Max is crate trained & housebroken. He also walks well on the leash & does well in the car. Max is learning some commands such as; "Sit", "Upstairs" & "Outside". Max craves love & attention. He will follow you around the house all day long. Max also enjoys a good game of frolicking in the yard with his doggy buddies. We prefer him to go to a home with a fenced in yard, just because he loves to run & play! He is a gorgeous boy who needs a loving home. Max will make a great family companion! 4/16/2005

Lady: 5 month old rough coat female Saint Bernard. She is neutered and up-to-date on shots. She was surrendered b/c his owners could no longer take care of her. She weighs about 50 pounds and counting. He is very affectionate and sweet, gets along with everyone, and just wants to please. She loves attention and is very playful. She will be a wonderful addition to a household that is large dog savvy. Large breed experience required. 4/15/2005

Lady: is a 6 year old Smooth coat Saint. She is house trained and weighs about 115lbs and is very mild mannered. She has beautiful markings on her splash coat. Lady gets along with all other animals. She was also raised with kids. Lady likes to be inside with you at all times under your feet. She is capable of jumping a 4ft fence. If you are looking for a laid back companion, Lady will be that Saint. She is current on her shots and has had heartworm and been treated. She will be spay with in the next couple of weeks. 4/15/2005

Cheyenne: 18 month old female. Smooth coat. Came to rescue after she was picked up as a stray and no owner could be located. Cheyenne is good with other big dogs and kids but will need additional socialization with small dogs as she can be quite rude with her greetings. Cheyenne will need all forms of training. 4/12/2005

Magoo: This gorgeous 8 month old was left in a shelter after his family members suffered from allergies. He is great with other dogs, cats, and children. He is crate trained. He walks well on a leash and is a pretty laid back pup. What a fabulous little boy! 4/11/2005

Jackson: This boy is one big powerful guy. Jackson is 2 years old and will need to have an experienced owner. He is a good boy, wants lots of love and attention but does not realize his strength. He appears to be okay with other female dogs. 4/11/2005

April: She was dumped and tied up to the vets fence She is spayed, all shots are current, needs to be on a diet as she appears to have been tied with no exercise at all. Vet figures her to be about 2 years old very friendly. 4/11/2005

Josie: 7yr old acts like 2 yr old) housebroken. started in obedience family moved away and dumped her likes kids, cats and other dogs ok. Needs groceries and love! 4/11/2005

Rocky: is a very handsome longhaired male Saint Bernard. The vet believes that Rocky is about three years old. Rocky is just a big ol' puppy at heart! He must be a "southpaw" – he loves to shake hands, but he always offers his left forepaw. Rocky has now been neutered, brought current on his vaccinations, and is heartworm negative. He needs to be adopted by a family that has a yard that is securely fenced with a 6' tall wooden fence. Rocky will be a wonderful addition to the lucky family that adopts him! 4/10/2005

Patches: 4 yr old male. Smooth coat. Came to rescue from an owner who was moving and did want to take Patches with. He is good with other dogs and kids. He has some obedience training but a formal course would not hurt him. He is mostly house trained and his foster dad is crate training him. 4/10/2005

BRUNO: Hi my name is Bruno. I am a 12 month old male rough coat saint. I weigh around 130# and am still growing. I was turned into rescue due to a change in life situation. I love my foster home but would really like a forever home. I love to play with my other doggy friends. I had to go to the doctor to get my shots and they all fell in love with me. I am quite The man you know. I am told that I have a cute personality and an adorable face. I adore kids and I love everyone I meet. I am not big on kissing but I love to get belly rubs. Playful should be my middle name. My foster mom put this thing on me today called a gentle leader, I did not like it at first but now it is Ok, she said if I want to go for walks I have to wear it, so I do. I go for lots of walks, now that she is walking me instead of me walking her. I am housetrained and crate trained. I am up to date on my shots an 4/9/2005

MAX: Hi. My name is Max. I am a 3-year old , male, rough coat Saint Bernard. I weigh around 150 lbs. My former owner turned me over to Saint Bernard Rescue because of a change in life situation. My mom says that I am very outgoing and I love to play. I am neutered and up to date on vaccines. I am on flea and heartworm prevention. I am crate trained and housetrained. I am good with other dogs and kids. I would love to stay with my brother Oscar so if you have room we can fill it with all of our saintly love. Please call if you'd like to meet me, WOOF! 4/9/2005

Cole: This very happy, energetic boy is about 1 years old. He was rescued from a high kill shelter. One of our volunteers saw him and couldn't leave him there. He has been named an "Honorary Saint Bernard" although he is a Treeing Walker Coonhound. He is great with kids and dogs. He is okay with cats. He hasn't quite figured them out. He is housebroken and crate trained. He is current on all of his vaccines, neutered, and micro-chipped. 4/8/2005

Gulliver: This adorable little Saint mix puppy is just what the doctor ordered! If you are looking for the cuteness of a Saint but don't want the size or the drool than Gulliver is your man! He is 7-8 months old. He knows some commands and is crate trained. He is great with others dogs, cats, and children. He is a BIG sweetheart in such a little body. He would love to come home with you! 4/8/2005

Teddy: is 11 months old. He is very shy and will need someone with patience that will let him come to you with he is ready. He has shown he can be a very affection boy. He wants to adopt a forever person and just be with them. he is okay with other dogs. 4/8/2005

Danny Boy: this handsome guy is 3 years old. Danny was rescued from the local shelter. He gets along with other dogs and loves to lean on people! Neutered, shots, Microchip 4/6/2005

Maggie: This very sweet 5 year old was rescued from an Illinois shelter after her owners could not keep her due to allergies. She is good with other dogs, cats, and children. She was in a home with children and misses the interaction. She is thin and has minor hip dysplasia. She could use a home that will offer her unlimited TLC. 4/6/2005

Randy: 2 1/2 yr old shorthaired male. He is a very sweet, laid back guy. Excellent on a leash and loves car rides. Not sure about other dogs, cats or kids. But loves people. 4/5/2005

Barry: This 3 year old, very gorgeous, large man, came to us after his owners could no longer care for him properly. He had major knee surgery last year after his owners used him as a pony and allowed children to ride him. He has arthritis in both knees and hips. He gets around well but does walk a gait. He is a special needs Saint as he needs to be on medicine for arthritis. He loves other dogs and gets along great with children and cats. He has had such a rough life in just 3 short years. He needs a lifetime of love! He will need to be a totally indoor dog as his arthritis acts up in damp weather. Won't you give him a second chance? 4/5/2005

Goliath: This adorable, handsome man has had a rough start in life. He was dumped on the side of the road and wandered his way into a trailer park. Here the residents did all they could to take care of him. They didn't have room for him so he slept in a shed. He was infested with fleas and had no hair on his back. He wasted away to a mere 100 pounds. Finally they contacted rescue. That was over a year ago. We found a wonderful home for Goliath but his owners recently found they could no longer give Goliath a good life. This very lovable man is good with other dogs, cats, and children. He is 5 years old. He is looking for another chance at a happy, forever home. 4/5/2005

Mouse: this pretty girl is a 3 year old St. Bernard from Tonopah, NV. Mouse is a sweetie who gets along with cats and is good with children. She may be a bit protective of her food, so she would need to be fed separately if with other dogs. Spayed, shots, microchip 4/4/2005

Nadine: needs a home. Nadine is an 18 month old, smooth coat, spay female. She is very under weight , 97 pounds, and it is obvious that she was mishandled as a puppy. When Deannie first came into rescue, as a stray, we could not get her to respond to us with a tail wag. She definitely wanted to climb into everyone's lap but was very afraid of doing something wrong. Now she bounds to the door as her foster moms official greeter and is ready to give kisses to all. Nadine had a horrible bladder infection and is still being treated for it at this time. When she finishes her second round of medicine she will need to have her urine checked again to make sure that the bladder infection is all cleared up. Although Deannie is very submissive to people she is dominate with other dogs. She is not dog aggressive but will herd them and nip at them to get them away from her foster mom. Once spoken too she will stop the herding and behaves herself. Due to her dominate issues rescue would prefer her to be placed in a home with no other dogs or a home that has cats and/or small dogs. Nadine is trustworthy to be left alone loose all day when her foster mom goes to work. She has had a few accidents but has been very good lately. We feel the accidents were due to the bladder infection. 4/4/2005

Libby (Liberty): Libby is a two year old, black mask, rough coat female Saint that was surrendered by her owners. Her owners had her since she was 10 weeks old where she had been raised with cats, attended obedience school, crate trained and house broken. Libby was their baby. Approximately 6 months ago Libby decided that the cats were her enemy and after several ER visits for the cats - Libby's owners decided that they must find her a home that will give her love, care and nurturing and NO CAT RELATIVES!! Would you like to make your home Libby's forever home? Libby has been spayed, is current on all shots, fully vaccinated and will be a WONDERFUL addition to the "right" home!! 4/3/2005

Bella: is a one year old female St. Bernard. She is house broken and was raised in an apartment. Bella would love to be in a home with a back yard and another canine playmate. Bella does need puppy training and is learning to walk (vs. pull) on a leash (gentle leader). She is excellent around children but because of her size and energy, should be in a home with children older than 2 yrs. of age. Bella gets along with other dogs and is fine around cats. Bella loves attention and gives lots of affection. 3/31/2005

Bear: 9 month old rough male. Came to rescue from a shelter in WY. Turned in because he was killing chickens. Bear has bad knees and rescue is in the process of raising the money necessary to do the surgeries. He is a wonderful, cuddly guy who loves everyone and everything. He will make a great addition to someone's family once we get him fixed. 3/31/2005

Jakar: an in exceptionally handsome, rough coat male. He has all the exuberance of a young guy. You would never know he is 8 years old. Jakar is up to date on shots, HW & Lyme negative and loves to be groomed. Having spent most of his life outdoors, he is in need of a very special, patient family will to invest the time and work with him. He is a pleasant boy who recently lost his Saintly friends. He has done well with a female dog. He is friendly with children, but due to his size we would recommend placement with a family whose children are 10 years of older. Giant breed experience and fenced yard are preferred. 3/30/2005

HARRY #2: is one laid-back fellow! A 3-year-old roughcoat, he is neutered, housetrained, UTD on vaccinations and HW-negative. He is a good-sized boy who has spent his whole life around children over 8. He is friendly with strangers and plays well with most other dogs but has never met a cat. Two years ago Harry underwent surgery to correct hip dysplasia. He recovered completely and has no limitations. Harry would like a home with a fenced yard and slightly older kids. Previous giant-breed experience would be a plus. And if you come armed with a piece of cheese he'll follow you to the ends of the earth. 3/30/2005

Yukon: 11 month old, long hair male. Very pretty boy and still puppy like. Likes to play fetch, good with cats and other dogs. 3/27/2005

Jo Jo: is a 7 year old neutered male. He was dropped off at the shelter when his owners felt that they just didn't have time for him anymore. He is a very sweet and loving boy that is friendly to everyone he meets large and small. Be it animals or people he just wants to seek out their attention in a kind way. His eyes tell how kind hearted he is and how much he just wants to be loved. A local rescue group took Jo Jo in and brought him back to health. I am putting a before and after picture of him so you can see for yourself what a wonderful job the Peppertree Rescue group did getting Jo back to looking noble and beautiful once again. He was previously placed by his former rescue group but had to return when one of the other dogs in the home became jealous of him and would get aggressive with Jo Jo who simply would slink away. He has a low thyroid so he need to be on medication so his health and coat remain good. Fortunately the medicine is inexpensive . Jo's back legs are not very strong so his new owners would have to have carpeted floors and no stairs. We hope that someone will want to love and share their life with Jo for whatever time he has left on this earth. He certainly did not deserve to end up in a shelter. 3/27/2005

Magic: is a 5-6 year old short hair female. She was found very underweight. She appears to have been used in a puppy mill farm. Now she appears to be very healthy. She and JJ were found together. Magic will have to go with JJ or to a family that will have just her. She appears to be good with kids and people. 3/27/2005

Kramer: he is 1 1/2 yrs old neutered all shots current housebroken microchipped he is great with cats and dogs and kids. could use some groceries and a good family. Would love to be given a chance to show what a good boy I am Do you have any toys???? 3/26/2005

Barry: is estimated to be one year old. He has been neutered, shots brought up to date and placed on heartworm preventative. Barry has been growing, so we're not sure how much he currently weighs. We're guessing him to be 110 to 115. He is a great boy that loves everyone. Barry came to us from a shelter where he was turned in by the owner's father for chasing cars. Seems as though no one had the time for him. Do you have the time for me?? 3/26/2005

Lulu: Allow us to introduce baby Lulu. Five months old and full of enthusiasm, Lulu is a sweet little lady who loves giving puppy kisses. She's UTD on vaccinations, HW-negative, and spayed. We were told she's almost housetrained but, honesty, she hasn't yet had an accident while in foster care. She plays well with other critters, both canine and feline, and loves kids of all ages. But her very favorite thing is cuddling with her humans. A fenced yard is strongly preferred. 3/26/2005

Alex: was a New York rescue saint who's owner passed away. Alex is a very big boy weighing in at 209 pounds. We feel he would be at a good weight at 190 pounds. Alex is hyper thyroid and also has seizures but both seem to be controlled by medicine. Alex loves everything large and small, human or animal. 3/25/2005

Hoss: Hoss is an 11 month old, rough coat, slipped mask Saint Bernard. He's still got a LOT of puppy in him and would be better suited in a family that has children to tire him out or that is very active and out going. Hoss is create trained, learning to leash walk - although he'd rather pull, and loves to play and get cuddles. Would you like to give Hoss his forever home??? 3/25/2005

Heidi: she is 8 months old spayed utd shots and worming has had puppy obedience classes housebroken crate trained totally lovable ready for a new home. 3/23/2005

Jewels: she is a very sweet energetic 6 year old full masked tri-colored female mostly black and white with some brown and is a rough coat. she loves attention and goes a long way to get your attention. she is great with kids and dogs. she has also been De-barked. 3/23/2005

Daisy: she is a very sweet 5 year old full masked brown and white rough coated female that will need special care. she loves to get attention and she is okay with other dogs. 3/23/2005

Donna: she is a 1 year old brown and white smooth coated female that loves to play. she is good with other dogs and needs to have someone who can give her some obedience training. she is a sweet puppy. 3/23/2005

Bo: is a three-year-old, 102 pound neutered male. He is housebroken and LOVES kids. Did Bo tell you how much he LOVES KIDS???? Bo was an owner turn-in due to health reasons. His elderly owner developed cancer and sold the farm where Bo was raised. Bo and the man's grandson grew up together. Bo gets along great with other dogs - as long as they are not very small dogs (Beagle size are fine - toy breeds are probably not a good idea.) Cats, squirrels, et cetera ARE fair game and he WILL go after them. While it may be the fun of the chase, we are not sure - so NO CATS, please. If you think you can give this wonderful boy a home, Bo will return the favor with lots of love and kisses. 3/22/2005

Bear: is two years old. He and Annabell were to be a breeding pair before divorce caused them to be "surrendered" to rescue. Bear is a large boy who would benefit from an obedience class. He seems to be a good boy, but needs someone who will make him mind due to his size. Vetting and a much needed grooming is scheduled for November 9, which will be completed before adoption. Bear will need a home without small children due to his size - is your home that home?? UPDATE 2/22/2005; LOOK AT ME NOW!!! I feel so much better. I've put on quite a bit of weight - we're guessing I'm now up to 140 to 150. I love people and others. 3/22/2005

Annabell: and Bear came in together. We're told Annabell is a little over a year old. She will be brought current with her health care and spayed before leaving (Scheduled for November 9). Annabell seems to be a sweet girl, who will be a big girl when she finishes growing. Annabell and Bear were both "outside" dogs whose previous owners intended to breed them. They came into rescue as a result of divorce. Obedience class will be highly recommended. Annabell's enthusiasm and excitement will knock over small children. Do you have the time to help Annabell be that special member in your family? UPDATE 2/22/2005; I am now 118 pounds and feel much better. Look at my new photos and see how beautiful I am. 3/22/2005

Grant: 7 month old male. Smooth coat. Came to rescue from owners who thought he would hurt the coming baby with his big feet. He is a true, blue pup and will need all forms of training. The foster home is currently crate training him and he is getting better on the house training. 3/19/2005

Dozier: is an 3 year old large rough coat Saint Bernard with a full mask. He is a handsome and stately gentleman. Dozier has a calm nature and is well behaved. He is housebroken and knows basic obedience commands. He walks on leash very well without pulling. He currently lives with kids, cats, small dogs, other saints and does well with them. He loves to shake hands, have his belly rubbed, go on car rides and walks. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. 3/18/2005

Marcy: is a two year old rough coat saint with a full mask. She and her litter mate Anna were only hours old when their mother died. They were rescued, bottled raised and were well cared for until their former owners had to surrender them, due to unfortunate circumstances. Marcy is playful, friendly and affectionate. She is housebroken, crate trained and likes other dogs and cats. She knows basic obedience commands, walks on a leash well and loves to go for rides in the car. She is spayed, micro chipped, up to date on all shots, and is on heartworm and flea preventative. Anna and Marcy make a wonderful matched pair and are devoted to each other. They have sweet temperaments, and are very well mannered with no destructive tendencies. It is preferred that they be placed together. 3/18/2005

Anna: is a two year old rough coat saint with a full mask. She and her litter mate Marcy were only hours old when their mother died. They were rescued, bottled raised and were well cared for until their former owners had to surrender them, due to unfortunate circumstances. Anna is very devoted, calm and sweet. She is housebroken, crate trained and likes other dogs and cats. She knows basic obedience commands, walks on a leash well and loves to go for rides in the car. She is spayed, micro chipped, up to date on all shots, and is on heartworm and flea preventative. Anna and Marcy make a wonderful matched pair and are devoted to each other. They have sweet temperaments, and are very well mannered with no destructive tendencies. It is preferred that they be placed together. 3/18/2005

BERNIE: Hi, my name is Bernie and I am almost 2 years old. I am a pure-bred, rough coat male Saint Bernard hoping to find my forever home. I was turned in to rescue by my family due to a change in life situation. I am used to being in a home with other large dogs. Due to my size and my lack of experience with small dogs or cats I would like him to go to a home as an only dog or with other doggie friends close to my size. I have not been highly socialized outside of my home, I just chill at the house. My foster parents recommend my new family take me to obedience training to help me feel more comfortable in social settings. I have been through a lot of changes in the past month and I can be quite reserved when I first meet new people. I get a little uncomfortable at night time, I feel I need to be the protector and will need extra time to realize that I am OK and my new family will protect me. I think I would like a patient family, one that will allow me time to settle in. I am a very big boy weighing in at approx 170 pounds. I was not raised with small children, due to my size I should not go to a home with children under 12 years old ( I might knock them over). My new family should have some large dog experience. I am housetrained, I know some basic commands; such as sit, lay, shake, and give kisses ( big wet ones ). I will not hesitate to sit IN your lap to get love. I enjoy getting my tummy rubbed as well. I have this little quirky thing I do with my water bowl, be prepared to have a towel handy. I am committed to finding a family that will love and cherish me forever and in return I will provide much love and happiness to you and yours. I am very busy but would love to start meeting people that could possibly be my new parents. With luv WOOF! 3/18/2005

OSCAR: Oscar is a 2-year old pure-bred, smooth coat Saint Bernard hoping to find his forever home. Oscar was turned in to rescue by his family due to a change in life situation. The family also turned over Oscar's 3-year old brother Max, but currently they are in separate foster homes. Although these two pups would love to stay together, Oscar is okay finding a good home with other doggie friends. Oscar likes other dogs of all shapes and sizes. Oscar is quite shy and reserved when he first meets new people, but he settles in quite nicely and provides lots of love and affection. He will need a patient family, allowing him to come out of his shell and helping him to do so. Oscar is quite a "gentle" giant, weighing in at approximately 130#. Oscar was raised with small children and seems to be drawn to children of all ages. He is housetrained, knows some basic obedience, doesn't pull too much on leash, and is a very mellow guy. He will often go in to his crate during the day for nap breaks, but lately he prefers his foster parent's bed! He can be left alone for several hours without incident. He doesn't chew, dig, or escape. Oscar has learned to use the doggie door at his foster home although sometimes he prefers that you let him in rather then having to come back in through the doggie door! Oscar is currently under the care of a veterinarian for chronic ear problems. Oscar's ears have been evaluated by a veterinarian and there's good news! Oscar's ear problems are going to be fixed surgically and long term should not require any significant care other than monitoring the ears and keeping them clean. Oscar is committed to finding a family that will love and cherish him and in return will provide much love and happiness to you and yours. Oscar says he'd like to be adopted by a family with other doggie friends for him to play with, WOOF! Oscar is being fostered in Virginia Beach. 3/18/2005

Chloe: is a lovely smooth female Saint Bernard who will be a year old in April, 2005. Her owners were no longer able to keep her, so she is presently staying with a nice family who took her in till a forever home can be found. Chloe is very good with the whole family, including the children. Chloe gets along great with the male Saint Bernard that they own. She has not been spayed yet, but will be before she is adopted. Chloe's adoptive home will need to have a fenced-in yard. 3/16/2005

Rufus: is an 11 month old, rough coat, neutered male. He is housetrained and absolutely loves people. He was put into rescue for fighting with another male saint but at the time neither were neutered. Rufus has done well with the other dogs and cats in his foster home but does show signs of aggressiveness with his rawhide bone when other dogs approach. This boy already weighs 122 pounds and has two years of growing left. Rufus is so large that it is hard to remember that he is only a puppy and still has a lot of puppy energy and antics. Rufus is showing some signs of separation anxiety so we are not able to crate him. He is such a slob when he eats. The food gets stuck in his big lips and as he walks around it falls out of his mouth. Of course being the spoiled child that he is he would never think to eat the food off the floor!!! The unfortunate news is that Rufus hips are poor. They pop in and out of place as he walks. Although he is not showing any signs of soreness or lameness his future is bleak as he will endure pain in the years to come. It breaks my heart not to be able to have him operated on but rescue just does not have that kind of money. Approximate cost would be $5000.00 to have both hips replaced. New York Rescue has to be realistic that the last time we had a saint in crisis I was only able to raise $300.00 in 3 months time. At that rate it would take rescue a little over 4 years to raise enough money for Rufus's surgery. With that said all we can hope for is to find some kind person that is willing to keep Rufus as their pet and to know when the pain does get to the point that it is ruining his quality of life they will help him cross over the rainbow bridge. UP-DATE 2/13/2005 Rufus has seen a specialist about his hips. The news is very encouraging. His knees and elbows are in excellent condition. Although his hips are loose the specialist does not feel that he will need a hip replacement. Rufus will need to be on cosequin for the rest of his life to keep the hip area lubricated and it will be important not to let him become overweight. 3/14/2005

Murphy: Hello, My name is Murphy and I am seeking a loving forever home. I am a 12 month old (DOB 01/09/04) happy and healthy pure bred Saint. I love to play ball and guard my food bowl. I'm rather energetic and still need some basic training, so a home with children over 5 and a fenced yard would be best. I love people and other dogs. My tolerance for cats is unknown. My foster Mom and I look forward to meeting you, please bring treats. 3/13/2005

Betsy: Hello, My name is Betsy and I was rescued from death row at an Ashboro, NC shelter. I am as sweet and quiet as I am petite (80 lbs) and love to be inside snoozing on my soft doggy bed. Until coming into rescue I hadn't been vetted, loved, fed well, or given many treats in my short life. Sometimes I enjoy a little surfing, counter surfing that is. My foster Mom is trying to teach me better manners. I like teenagers, adults, other dogs, and will tolerate cats. I am housebroken, have some leash training, my vaccinations are current, recently spayed, between 2-3 years old (Vet Est), and will be available for adoption once my heartworm treatment is complete (12/24/04). 3/13/2005

Luke: is a 14 month old (Vet Est) pure bred short haired male saint. Luke likes to play tug-o-war, devour treats, and long belly rubs. He enjoys the company of other dogs, kids, and adults. His cat tolerance is unknown. He walks well on a leash, but will wander, so a fenced yard is a must. Luke will chew on contraband (Shoes) when home alone and bored. Since entering rescue Luke has been vaccinated, checked for heart worms, is on heartworm preventative. and will be neutered this week. 3/13/2005

Joey: is a 20 month, long haired, pure bred male saint. He is an energetic happy saint. Joey loves kisses, long naps, treats, and trying to play with cats. Joey is NOT good with birds. Due to his high energy and quickness, Joey is best suited to a home with children over the age of 7. He will also need a home with a sturdy fence. Joey is completely housebroken and can be trusted with furnishings when home alone. Joey is good on a leash and knows basic commands. Joey is current on his vaccinations, neutered, and just completed his H/W treatment. 3/13/2005

Sally: 7 yr old female. Rough coat. House, crate and obedience trained (if you have cookies that is). She is great with kids and other dogs. She loves to sleep on the bed and cuddle with you on the sofa. Sally is looking for a home where she can spend the rest of her life in cushy retirement. She came to rescue after animal control picked her up as a stray. 3/12/2005

Beethoven: 5 yr old male. Smooth coat. Great big lovable guy. Came to rescue from a divorce situation. House trained, crate trained and knows most obedience. Will want to be the dominant male of the house. Can be yard and house protective. Will need an experienced owner who will be his leader and teach him right from wrong. Good with kids. 3/12/2005

Mia: 2 1/2 yr old longhaired female. Mia is a great dog. She loves people, kids, cats and other dogs. She lived with 2 other dogs and 4 cats. She loves to swim and play. Very active, and needs some leash training but minds pretty well and with the proper training would do very well. 3/11/2005

CAINE: is a 10 month old rough-coat male. He weighs in at 100 lbs. & is still growing! Caine is neutered, current on shots, has been heartworm tested, & is micro-chipped. He is housebroken also. Caine gets along well with all the dogs & is wonderful with the kids. He has a very loving , happy personality & has great house manners too. Caine walks well on the leash & rides great in the car. He is just a big sweet , lovable pup. Caine will make a wonderful addition to someone's family! 3/11/2005

Bernadette: was taken to a shelter by a animal collector and WSBR got her from the shelter. She is a young female and has a half mask. She is a beautiful young ST. She gets along with other animals. She needs some work on manners as she is young. 3/10/2005

TOBY: is a Saintly senior came into Rescue following his family's divorce. He's a sensational guy who's housetrained, vaccinated and HW-negative. He does have a little arthritis in his knees (but who doesn't?). He plays well with other dogs as well as with cats. He's friendly with strangers and loving with children. We're working on dropping 10 pounds. (Guess he's had a few too many Milk Bones.) This sweet fellow yearns for a family with whom he can live out the rest of his life. Oh, and he gives gentle kisses. A fenced yard is preferred but is not essential. 3/9/2005

VALENTINE: is an 11 month old rough-coat female. She weighs in at 93 lbs. & is still growing! Val is current on her shots, has been heartworm tested, & will be spayed prior to adoption. Val came to us as an "Owner Turn In" . They did not care for the way she looked. Val is housebroken & crate trained. She is good with cats. Val is also good with other dogs, but it takes her about 2 days to warm up to them, then it's non-stop playing! Val also walks well on a leash except when she sees other dogs, then she barks & gets very excited. We believe Val just needs some basic socialization skills. She is very well mannered in the house & does not get into anything that she's not allowed to. She loves her chewies & loves playing with her toys. Val is very intelligent. You can just look at her & see her mind at work! She does not have any obedience training, but does know "SIT" & comes when she's called, even off leash. Val can climb a fence that has spaces in it, like a chainlink or field fence. It would be best if she went to a home with a pickett or privacy fence. Val is a super sweet girl who is a real people dog. She would make a great family addition! 3/8/2005

ECHO: is a 4-5 year old (estimated by vet) rough-coat female. She weighs in at around 90 lbs. or so. She is spayed, current on shots & has been heartworm tested. Echo is a great companion. She is calm, tolerant & friendly. Echo loves to be with people & is good with children. She has a nice moderate activity level, but she needs to be the only dog in the home. It would be best if she went to a home with a fenced yard too. Echo has not been exposed to cats, so we do not know how she would do around them. She walks well on the leash & loves to play. Echo was used as a breeding dog at a puppy mill. Now she just wants to find a loving home to call her own! 3/8/2005

SASHA: is a 12 month old rough-coat female. Right now she weighs in at around 100 lbs., but is still growing! She is current on shots, has been heartworm tested, started on flea & heartworm preventative, & will be spayed prior to adoption. Sasha seems to be doing great with the housebreaking, & she is crate trained too. She walks very well on a leash until she sees another dog, then she will pull because she loves to meet dogs. Sasha is good with other dogs, we feel she would be good with children, & cats are unknown. Sasha is energetic, loves to run and play, & is all puppy! We prefer that she go to a family with a fence, so she can release some of her built up energy in the yard. Sasha did fine when we bathed her, & she loves to ride shotgun in the car! She has been to obedience training and knows a few commands such as; "Sit", "Stay", & "Down", but she could benefit from some more training. Sasha loves to play with her toys & chew her rawhides. She is a very sweet gentle girl , who loves to receive hugs & gives lots of kisses. Sasha will make a great family companion! 3/8/2005

Mia: is estimated to be two to three years old. She weighed 100 pounds when we picked her up at the shelter. She had obviously had puppies before and needs to put some weight on. Mia has been given shots and a dose of wormer, but will be seeing the vet shortly for heartworm testing, rabies and her spay. Mia is a new arrival and seems to prefer to be the only dog. She ignores the others. We're hoping once she gets acclimated to the new situation that she may interact with others more. Mia was also microchipped before leaving the shelter. 3/7/2005

Zoey: This beauty girl is big sweetie! She is 3 years old. She gets along great with other dogs, cats, and children. She loves belly rubs and treats. She loves to romp and play. She loves people and enjoys being by your side. She would make a great companion for anyone and would love to be your best friend! 3/6/2005

Sasha: is very pretty rough coated female. She is neutered and up-to-date on shots. She is about 100lbs and almost 2 1/2 years old. She and her playmate, Leroy, were kept outside in a pen with limited socialization. Even though she was brought up in this environment, she is doing outstanding in foster care. She is housebroken, knows "sit" and "down", and walks well on a leash. She is very anxious to please, can be submissive, and wants to be near people whenever possible. She enjoys meeting people and she is great with other animals. She would do well in a household with another dog who can be a strong role model for her. She is a quick learner and responds well to training. 3/6/2005

Lucky: is a 1 year old rough coat male Saint Bernard. He is neutered and up-to-date on shots. He is potty trained but should not be left alone for long hours yet. He is great with other animals and children over 10 years old. He is very smart and eager to learn. He walks well on a leash (pulls only a little) and he knows Sit & Laydown. Because of his age, he would benefit from obedience classes. He is NOT eager to get in the car (fearful) but once he is in, he rides great. 3/6/2005

Buffy: is a 18 month old full masked rough coat female. She was rescued from a kill shelter in Kentucky. She is housebroken, crate trained, well behaved and walks well on a leash. Buffy is friendly, outgoing and playful. This big girl loves to be groomed and to go on car rides. She gets along well with dogs and cats. She is up to date on shots and on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be spayed prior to placement. 3/5/2005

Thor: is an 2 year old rough coat Saint Bernard with a full mask. He currently lives with kids, cats, small dogs, other saints and does well with them. Thor has a calm nature and is well behaved. He is housebroken and knows basic obedience commands. He walks on leash well. He loves to play outside, go on car rides and walks. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. 3/5/2005

Rachael: is a 8 month old mahogany mantle rough coat female. Rachael is a big girl but is still a puppy. She is energetic, playful and loves people and attention. She has a sweet temperament and gets along well with other dogs and cats. She loves car rides, belly rubs and going on walks. She is housebroken and crate trained. She is up to date on shots and on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be spayed prior to placement. 3/5/2005

Gretchen: is a large 2 year old rough coat female with a mahogany mantle and a full mask. She was surrendered to rescue by her owner. She is housebroken and well behaved in the house. She is a gentle and quiet dog. Gretchen is affectionate and loves people. She also loves car rides, belly rubs and going on walks. She gets along well with dogs and cats. She is spayed, current on shots, heartworm and flea preventative. 3/5/2005

Cher: is a 2 year old full masked splash coat female. She is housebroken, crate trained, well behaved and walks well on a leash. She knows basic obedience commands. Cher is friendly, outgoing and playful. She is affectionate and loves attention. She gets along well with kids, dogs and cats. She is spayed, up to date on shots and on heartworm and flea preventative. 3/5/2005

Gus: is a large 2 year-old smooth coat male. He was surrendered because his owner became disabled. He is gentle, well mannered, house trained and knows basic obedience commands. Gus gets along well with dogs, cats and children and prefers to stay indoors with people. He is leash trained and loves to go on walks and car rides. He is neutered, current on vaccinations, heart worm and flea preventative. 3/5/2005

Charlie: is a beautiful 8 month old rough coat saint with a full mask and mahogany mantle. He will be a large saint as he weights over 100 lbs now. He is a very playful puppy and loves attention. Charlie has a sweet and affectionate temperament and gets along well with cats and dogs. He loves playing in the yard, especially playing fetch, going on walks and car rides. He is current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative and will be neutered prior to placement. He will make a wonderful addition to a family. 3/5/2005

Hatch: is just under 1 year old. Like his mother, Mamie, Hatch is small with a red coat and a handsome, square face. Hatch is quiet and laid-back, gentle, and fond of people, but not pushy or dominant. He would gladly be someone's favorite pet or would fit nicely into a household with existing pets. 3/2/2005

Punkin: is a mixed breed. We think she may have some Visla in her, but it's hard to say. Punkin is a tan-brown color, about 50 pounds. She's about 6 years old and has had a litter at some point. She is looking for a home where she can retire peacefully, although she wouldn't mind children or other dogs to play with now and then! 3/2/2005

Georgie: Is approximately 3 years old, a full masked rough coat Saint Bernard. He's extremely emaciated but with the proper nutrition will be a beautiful dog. He is housebroken, doesn't counter surf or have destructive tendencies. He has been fostered with small dogs and had no opinion about them. Would you like to give Georgie his forever home? 3/1/2005

C.J.: 1 yr old female. Smooth coat. Very sweet and submissive. This tiny little girl will probably only get to be about 80 pounds when she is full grown. She came from an abuse situation but seems to have no lasting effects from it. Loves to run and play with the other dogs. Is house trained and crate trained. She is good with other dogs and kids and will grunt like a pig as she is trying to get into your lap. 3/1/2005

Nero: is an 18 month old rough male. He was picked up as a stray and not claimed by any owners. He is good with other dogs and kids. Nero will need all forms of training. He is currently being house trained and crate trained by the foster home. Nero loves to cuddle and will follow you everywhere. With a little training by the new owners, Nero will make a wonderful family companion to any family. 3/1/2005

Roxie: Longhair, spayed female, approx. 1 1/2 years old and very tall in size. She is a very sweet girl and it appears she gets along with strange dogs and cats. She would make a great house dog and is housebroke. She loves to go and especially to navigate for you. She walks on a leash but needs someone dedicated to giving her more training. Would love to stretch out on your floor and sleep. 3/1/2005

Grace: was surrendered by a family that was moving and couldn't keep her. She gets along with dogs and cats. Loves attention, but will lays near you if need to do something. She got a new bed when she came into rescue and already goes to lay there if nothing else is going on. She needs some work walking on leash, but seems to love to go for walks and meet people and get petted. She is a "talker" and also snores. She will be a great addition to someone's family. She is a smooth coat female that weighs about 135# 3/1/2005

Libby: and Lola: 12 week old puppies. Saint Bernard and 1/8 Great Pyrenees mix. They were brought to a Shelter by their breeder the week before Christmas. Libby and Lola are very affectionate and just very cuddly girls. 2/25/2005

Babe: One of the foster families of the Oklahoma Saint Bernard Rescue was driving to dinner when she witnessed this poor little girl being thrown (by a man) from a moving vehicle. This poor ran her heart out, in traffic, against lights and regardless of danger TRYING to catch her owner. Our foster mom picked this girl up and took her home. She's fed and cared for her but can't keep her. Would you like to give this girl her a home that won't throw her away? 2/24/2005

Maddison: (Maddie) is a 3 1/2 year old rough coat female. She has a great personality. She is a very happy and loves to be around other dogs (male and female). She is currently living with 2 male dogs (boxer and bulldog) and a 19 month child. She loves to romp through the snow and swimming in the Fairmount Park Creek. She loves to be brushed and groomed. She will also stand up on two legs to give you a big kiss. 2/22/2005

Baron: is a little over a year, heartworm neg., and neutered. he needs help finding a home. Would you like to give Baron is forever home? 2/22/2005

Bailey: This very sweet 2 year old has had a rough start in life. She came to us after she was found running loose for many weeks. She was very thin and in poor health. She has been nursed back to health and is ready to find a "forever home". She gets along great with everyone and everything she meets! She is a real sweetheart and thinks she is a lap dog. This beauty is just waiting for you!! 2/22/2005

Shakka: One year old longhair female Saint. Shakka is good with children over five years, cats and dogs. She is house trained and working on leash training. Could use an obedience class. Personality is a ten, but still a very large and excited puppy. 2/22/2005

Lexi: is a wonderful, energetic 15-month-old (October 2003) spayed female, who would love to have a home of her own. Lexi came to us by way of a change of circumstances with her young owner. It was a very hard decision that he had to make, but felt that it would be better for her. Lexi is housebroken, crate trained and walks well on the leash. Traveling is such fun! She gets along well with others, but does have a tendency to scare smaller dogs with her rushing up to them to play when she is off leash. As far as cats go, if she sees them and they run, the chase is on. We're not sure what she would do if she actually caught one, so we would recommend caution just to be safe. Lexi does have some manners, but being a young girl that occasionally has "selective hearing," we would recommend an obedience class for her with her new family. By selective hearing, we mean that she thinks everything is fun and games and that she makes the rules. 2/21/2005

Tommy Lee: is estimated to be 3 years old. He is a super boy who is not overly large - 90 - 100 pounds. Tommy is neutered and current on shots and heartworm preventative. Tommy loves his humans. He does well with others, but prefers to be the only one so that he can receive your undivided attention. He loves to be brushed and going for walks. If it's a traveling companion you're looking for, Tommy is ready to go - car rides are fun!! Tommy knows "sit" and "down" walks well on a leash, but would love to go through a refresher obedience class with his new family. 2/21/2005

Anton: He is 2 yrs old neutered shots up to date micro chipped he is housebroken needs to be an only dog is extremely underweight was abandoned needs some tlc. Will make the right family a very good pet. 2/20/2005

Gwen: is a 3.5 YO spayed female rough coat. She has a 1/2 mask and her right eye is blue. This gal is very sweet and laid back. 2/19/2005

Sarah: Five year old lovely, long hair Saint Bernard needs a caring home. Sarah was turned in due to owners terminal illness. Sarah was a beloved pet and both she and her human mom hope that someone will take it in their hearts to give her a fantastic home. 2/19/2005

Stella: is 7 years old but she certainly does not show it. She is partially blind but still gets around great. She is spayed but still needs to see our vet for a checkup and shots. Stella was an owner turn in who moved to New Jersey. Stella is a wonderful dog and good with all, she is 80% blind in one eye. 2/18/2005

Kara: is a an adorable 8 week old pure bred female saint puppy. She is a full mantle rough coat with a full mask. Her parents (Osa and Sasha) were a breeding pair that were rescued in Missouri. Kara was born on November 28, 2004 at the TN Saint Bernard Rescue. She is outgoing, playful and healthy. She is paper trained. She has been spayed, wormed and has received her second set of of puppy shots. 2/17/2005

Paula: is a sweet puppy who is mature for her age. she can't give advice on how to sing, but she is very good at teaching other dogs how to play. she has a mostly white coat with only light brown markings on her head. she is ten months old, and enjoys rolling in the mud. she doesn't start fights, she merely tells other dogs that their performances inspired her. she is small only to become about 100 pounds at the most. 2/16/2005

Missy: Missy is a 1-year old splash coat female. She is housebroken and well behaved in the house. Missy is playful and loves people and attention. She loves car rides and going on walks. She gets along well with dogs and cats. She is up to date on shots and on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be a great companion. 2/14/2005

Dolce: Sweet, as her name implies, Dolce is a 10 month old St. Bernard/Shepherd mix who came into Rescue with her sister, Gabbana. Both sisters are very submissive and will need some extra TLC to help them gain confidence. They both get along with other dogs. Dolce is very playful! We will place them separately - they will be fine in two new, loving homes. Spayed, shots, microchip 2/14/2005

Gabbana: More saintly looking than her sister, Dolce, Gabbana is very loving and will thrive in a loving home that will give her the TLC she needs to blossom. She gets along with other dogs. Spayed, shots, microchip 2/14/2005

CHARLIE: is sweet, playful six-month old roughcoat baby. He is neutered, vaccinated and HW-negative. He has lots of puppy energy and plays well with other dogs but has not yet met a cat. Charlie's a smart little guy who is almost completely housetrained. He has already learned a command or two and will benefit from puppy kindergarten, then basic obedience lessons. (He thinks his leash is something that's used to pull his human from sniffing spot to sniffing spot.) The successful applicant will have a fenced yard and children over age 8. Saint experience or large breed experience will be a plus. 2/14/2005

Dave: Handsome 1 1/2 year old longhaired male. Dave is a friendly, happy boy who gets along with other dogs and enjoys people. He lost his home when his owners moved and they surrendered him to Rescue. Dave will be a great companion for someone who wants a big saintly Bernard! Neutered, shots, microchip. 2/12/2005

BaJah: was 1 yr old on Christmas eve. He was rescued from a neglectful Situation and brought to WSBR. He has a delightful personality, Gets along with other dogs. He is up to date on his shots and available for adoption. 2/11/2005

Sabrina: is a 5 yo, spayed female rough coat. This gal was born in a shelter in Lexington, Ky. Her Mom, and brothers and sisters were rescued by Alabama Saint rescue. She was adopted, but returned to Rescue for being an escape artist. She was adopted from me by a great family. They were in the military and expected to be able to stay until retirement in Ft. Stewart Ga. Unfortunately, War changed all that. They were transferred, had to move into base housing and give Sabrina up. She loves children and needs a few of her own. Please help her. 2/10/2005

Duchess: is a 3 year old, rough coat, spay female. She is housetrained and walks well on a leash. This poor gal has had a horrible life up until rescue took her in. She was so malnourished that her body was living off her muscle. It has taken rescue 3 months to get her up on her feet again. She is small for a saint and weighs 102 pounds. Duchess is shy with strangers but has never shown any aggression. At times she will bounce towards her foster mom with tail wagging and at other times she will put her tail between her legs, hanging her head in submission, remembering the horror of her past years before rescue. Duchess loves to crawl up on her foster mommy's laps for snuggles and kisses. She does get along with cats and dogs but we would hope that she could find a home with only one other dog in the family. Due to her past we want her to be special and not just one of the gang. 2/9/2005

"Big Cheese Blue": is a young male St that was surrendered by an animal collector to a shelter. He is a big young male with one blue eye and the other eye is half blue/half brown. He is beautiful! He likes cheese, we are told, and so his name. He gets along with other animals. 2/9/2005

Sheeba: 3 yr old female. Rough coat. Super nice dog! Very mellow and sweet. Non-destructive and house trained. Great with other dogs and kids. Will want to be the dominant female. Lives for belly rubs. Came to rescue from an owner who could no longer care for her. 2/8/2005

Adriana: This very sweet 2 year old smooth coat came to us after a child in her family was diagnosed with severe asthma. She is great with other dogs and cats. She is great with children and would love to find a home where she can have a family again. 2/8/2005

Tahoe: is a 1 1/2 year old neutered male. He is about 150lbs and still growing. He is half masked and smooth splash coat. He is healthy, active, and very loving dog. He has been spoiled by having his mom work out of the house (giving him lots of attention) and now that she is required to travel, he is looking for someone to spend more time with him. He is great with with children (over 10yr b/c he is still in his puppyish), other dogs and cats. 2/8/2005

Barney: is a rough coat male that will be coming into rescue soon. He was found pulling a tow chain that was permanently affixed to his collar. This poor boy has obviously been tied outside all his life and will need some TLC. No-name is severely underweight and was so filthy that the people who found him had to bathe him 4 times before he was finally clean. At this time we have found that he is good with other dogs. Once in a foster home I will up-date you on his age and behaviors. UPDATE; No-name has a name now. Seeing that he was living in a barn until rescue could take him in, we decided to call him Barney. We feel that Barney is 5/6 years old. Barney has been neutered and vaccinated. He knows sit and walks well on a leash. He is in a foster home and doing well. At first we thought that Barney might only be happy being a barn dog but he is showing some signs of enjoyment staying in a house with his foster mom. The jury is still out as to what type of life he would be best suited for . He tends to follow his foster mom around all day and is showing some signs of separation anxiety when she leaves. He is doing very well with his housebreaking and has only had one accident. Although Barney is not showing any aggressiveness he is demonstrating hand shyness. He does tend to duck when you are about to pet his head. Barney is a bit stiff when getting up and down but this could be due to living outside all his life. He surprised his foster mom this morning when he decided she would be fun to play with. It was wonderful to see him jump around and wiggle with happiness. 2/7/2005

Madison: 5 yr old spayed female housebroke house manners very thin in need of tlc, grooming and groceries. 2/7/2005

April: is a full mask, rough coat approximately 3 year old, Saint Bernard. April is very loving, gentle giant that wants nothing more than to be near you - whether you're walking, sitting or sleeping. She doesn't counter surf, chew or get into things that she's not supposed to. She loves to go for car rides and walks well on a leash. She doesn't know a stranger and will welcome snuggles from anyone that pays her attention. 2/7/2005

Maggie:  Our Miss Maggie is a 1-year-old girl who was saved 15 minutes before being put to sleep in a MO "shelter" She is very tall and will be a big girl when she gains the weight she should. Currently she is very thin either because her previous owners neglected her or because she was on the street for some time before being picked up. She is friendly with other dogs most of the time but is displaying a little " food aggression" but we are working to change that. She loves to run and is really just a big puppy at heart. 2/7/2005

Shilo: a 3 yr old shorthaired female. Shilo and a male saint were turned into the pound because they were moving. She is a very sweet girl who wants a forever home. She would love to be someone's loving companion. She would be good with kids and maybe another dog as long as it was a male. She loves people and loves giving kisses. Won't you consider this lovely girl for your home. 2/6/2005

Max: is a 4 year old longhaired male. He is very smart and has a great personality. He has some obedience training under his collar and would be a great prospect for someone with a kind and understanding attitude in obedience, tracking, etc. OR he can do the relaxing life style of "family pet"! Max wants to be the best addition that he can be to his new family. He does well with other dogs and loves to visit at the dog park. He is very people orientated and will be a great companion! 2/6/2005

Hannah: This very sweet 11 month old came to us after her owners could no longer care for her properly. She is good with male dogs only, large and small, and she is great with cats and children. She is a really nice girl who will be your very best friend. She loves to cuddle, swim and play in the snow. She is a beautiful gal! 2/2/2005

Beethoven: rescued a starving Saint Bernard in Oct. He only weighed 69 lbs. at the time. I have him up-to-date on all veterinary needs and have him at around 100 lbs. now. I had him neutered 3 weeks ago. I have been trying to find him a home because my other 2 male dogs fight with him and obviously he wins. I desperately need help for him. I cannot continue to take care of him. Now that he has recuperated he much too strong for me. He is very loving with everyone he meets 2/1/2005

Macy: 3 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Very sweet and loving. Obedience trained and housebroken. Gets along with children and other animals. A real sweetheart. 2/1/2005

Sadie: 1 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. High energy, ready to party. Loves to play with other dogs and is still a bit rowdy with small children. Crate trained and starting obedience training. Very cute. 2/1/2005

Sarah: 1 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Sadies sister. Also, high energy and ready to party. Crate trained and also starting obedience training. Very cute, too. 2/1/2005

Georgia: 1 1/2 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Very gentle and lady like, obedience trained and housebroken. Special needs - cannot be crated. 2/1/2005

Romeo: 2 yr. old, long haired, half mask, neutered male. Loves everyone, gets along well with other dogs and children. Obedience trained and housebroken. Looking for a family of his own. 2/1/2005

Chiquita: 1 yr. old, long haired, spayed female. Very shy, was abused. Takes a bit of time to warm up. Very sweet, great potential with the right owners. Looking for love and TLC. 2/1/2005

Britty: 6 month old, long haired, half mask, spayed female. Youngster with tons of energy - looking to rock and roll with other dogs and people. Not completely housebroken yet, but working on it. Very, very cute. 2/1/2005

LUCAS: 2 yr. old, short haired, neutered male. Very sweet and mellow, gets along with other dogs and cats. Likes to go for walks and play with tennis balls. Not the biggest saint - he weighs about 110 lbs., but full of love. 2/1/2005

Lady: Lady is a large three year old smooth coat saint with a full mask. She is very calm, well mannered and obedient. She knows basic obedience commands. and walks well on a leash. Lady is housebroken and likes dogs, cats and other animals. She is very kind especially towards puppies and other baby animals. She has befriended a baby joey kangaroo and watches over her. She doesn't have any destructive tendencies. She doesn't get on the furniture except for "dog" couch. She loves to lay in the sun, and go for walks and rides in the car. She is spayed, up to date on all shots, and is on heartworm and flea preventative. She deserves to have a new family she can call her own. 1/30/2005

Mozart: Mozart is a beautiful 6 month old rough coat saint with a full mask and mahogany mantle. He will be a large saint as he weights over 100 lbs now. He is a very playful puppy and loves attention. He has a sweet and affectionate temperament and gets along well with cats and dogs, and he loves children. He knows basic obedience commands and walk well on a leash. He is crate trained, house trained and is well mannered for his age. He is still a puppy and chews on his bones and chew toys, but hasn't chewed on anything inappropriate. He loves playing in the yard, especially playing fetch, going on walks and car rides. He is neutered, micro-chipped and current on vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful addition to a family. 1/30/2005

Tucker: is an 12 month old full masked, rough coat Saint Bernard that was rescued from a shelter in Tennessee. He currently lives with cats, small dogs, other saints and does well with them. He is housebroken and crate trained. He is affectionate and very playful. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. He needs a home to call his own. 1/30/2005

Jinger: will be a year old this November. She has been spayed, has all her shots and is heartworm free. She gets along with other dogs and really loves people. She also is microchipped. She was rescued by a veterinarian and has been very well cared for. Can she be in your home tonight? 1/27/2005

BROOKE: Miss Brooke is an energetic little 2-year-old roughcoat. She has lots of puppy enthusiasm and plays hard. She will push her humans to the limit and, given the opportunity, will test boundaries she perceives as negotiable. Brooke is spayed, vaccinated, housetrained, and HW-negative. Alas, she wasn't treated very well in her last home. She appears hand-shy and she cowers at raised voices, leading us to believe that she was struck and yelled at. We're confident she can learn to trust again and are looking for a very special home for her. Brooke will be the family's only pet, and any children should be over the age of 12. She will need a fenced yard, and a loving, patient family willing to work with her on training/obedience. Saint experience is a must. 1/26/2005

Merlin: is a beautiful older male with a gentle manner and proud bearing. He is a small horse who will bark out the car window at passing vehicles and walk on lead until you drop. He is great with cats and children, UTD on shots, neutered, and ready for a home immediately. 1/26/2005

Cyrus: is Merlin's younger brother. Slightly smaller than Merlin, Cyrus is more playful and likes to run and play. He is also great with children and ought to go to a family. 1/26/2005

Buford: great three year old long hair male. Friendly and house trained, loves people and gets along with other dogs. He'll make a great companion for someone lucky person. 1/26/2005

Maggie: She looks sad because wants her own home. Shorthair, spayed female, approx. 1 1/2 years old and very tall in size. She is a very sweet girl gets along with other dogs, does like to show them she is boss first. She would make a great house dog and is housebroke. Her personality is fun, belly rubs and a talent to catch a bone in the air when thrown to her. She walks on a leash but needs more training. Would love to stretch out on your floor and sleep. 1/25/2005

Sadie: This very sweet 8 year old was rescued from an Illinois shelter after her owner could no longer care for her. She is very active for her age and out runs most of the young ones. She is great with other dogs, cats, and children. She would love a forever home to live out her senior life! 1/25/2005

Heidi: is a 3-year old rough coat full masked female. She is a gentle, affectionate, sweet dog with an exceptional disposition. She gets along well with children, cats, dogs and other types of animals. She is housebroken, crate trained and well behaved in the house. Heidi does not have any destructive tendencies and is very obedient. She is affectionate and loves belly rubs but is not pushy. She loves to go on walks and on car rides. Heidi is very quiet in the house and doesn't bark or act rowdy. She is spayed, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. She will make an exceptional pet. 1/24/2005

Brandy: is a four year old smooth coat saint with a full mask. She is very devoted, calm and sweet. She is housebroken, crate trained and likes other dogs and cats. She walks on a leash well and loves to go for rides in the car. She is up to date on all shots, and is on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be spayed prior to placement. She deserves to have a new family she can call her own. 1/24/2005

Sony: is a four month old splash coat saint bernard puppy. He was surrendered into rescue because his owners were moving. He is very calm and gentle. He is well mannered in the house and is not rowdy. He is house trained and crate trained. He walks on a leash very well and does not pull. He knows how to sit and lay. Sony currently lives with kids, cats, dogs and other animals and get along well with all of them. While he has been in rescue, he has not chewed or been destructive at all. He is neutered, current on all shots, and is on heart worm and flea preventative. He will make a wonderful pet. 1/24/2005

Cookie: Cookie is a 3-year old rough coat full masked female. She is housebroken, crate trained and well behaved in the house. Cookie is a gentle, affectionate, sweet dog who loves attention. She gets along well with children, most dogs and has recently learned to tolerate the cats that she lives with. She is spayed, up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. She will be a loving companion. 1/24/2005

Muffin: cute, sweet 1 year old female. Muffin is very loving. She is a good girl who was rescued from the local shelter after being abandoned at a gas station. Spayed, shots, microchip 1/24/2005

Kiwi: This 18 month old sweetheart was rescued from an Illinois shelter after she was left there by her owners, skinny and starving. She is great with larger dogs, cats, and children. She loves to ride in the car and play. She could use a little obedience training but is a quick learner. Won't you give her a second chance at a good life? 1/24/2005

Becca: This poor girl was left abandoned in a house after her owner's moved away without her. She is approximately 4 years old. She is good with other dogs, cats, and kids. She is very sweet and has a lot of energy. She acts like a puppy! She is a real doll and is looking to make you the best forever friend you could ask for! 1/24/2005

JEM: and SCOUT: Say hello to JEM and SCOUT. Daddy was a Saint; Mom was a Bluetick Coonhound. Born October 2nd, these little darlings had a very rough beginning. They and their nine littermates were dumped in a Kentucky kill shelter. At 6-1/2 weeks they traveled to Massachusetts and on arrival were ill with parvo, a horrible virus that took the lives of most of their brothers and sisters. After many days and nights in the hospital they were finally able to come home and quickly won the heart of their foster mom. They're playful and funny and have sweet dispositions. Scout's been spayed and Jem's been neutered. They're vaccinated and are ready to go on to bigger and better things. 1/24/2005

Hyacinth: is a 4 year old spay female. Poor Hyacinth didn't have a very nice 1st 3 years of her life. She was neglected and ignored. A dear soul took Hyacinth into her heart and home. For the first time in Hyacinth's life she was given love and attention. Unaccustomed to affection she very quickly developed separation anxiety. Now on doggy Prozac she is able to handle being alone in the comfort of her crate. Her owner can no longer keep her as she is showing signs of prey drive with cats. Hyacinth is obedient trained and a very sweet loving gal who is good with children as well as the elderly. She just needs someone to love and adore her for the rest of her life. 1/23/2005

Barnaby: is a 11 mo. old longhaired male. He is neutered and microchipped. He's a real love and has been a house dog. Was given up because his owners didn't have time for him. He needs some tlc and leash training. He didn't live with other dogs, but was taken to the dog park and socialized there. He loves kids but has not been raised with them. He's just a sweetie who needs someone to call his own. 1/22/2005

Jenny: 3 yr old female. Rough coat. Great dog with everyone. She is house trained and has some obedience. She is good with cats, kids and other dogs. Jenny was picked up by animal control as a stray and no owner came for her. She is a little shy when she first meets people but warms up very, very quickly for pets. She is very loving and gentle. She will try to be the top female in the house. Jenny is very submissive with people. She rides well in the car and loves to have her belly rubbed. 1/22/2005

Sadie Mae: is estimated to be 18 months to 2 years old. She is a smaller Saint, but her heart and personality make up for her lack of size. She gets along great with others. Sadie walks well on a leash and loves to travel. Since she just arrived and we wanted to get her posted quickly, her vetting has not been completed yet. (Scheduled for November 4) 1/19/2005

Bailey: Beautiful female longhair Saint, approximately 140 pounds. Full dark mask, very friendly with people and other dogs. Needs obedience training. She was released from her owner on Christmas Eve. She has lived outside, on a chain, and is 3 years old. 1/19/2005

Meena: affectionately also known as "Moose". She is 9 year old rough coat Saint. She weighs about 145-150lbsShe is spayed, up-to-date on all of her shots, and takes heartworm preventative medicine and Frontline. She is extremely friendly, great with children and other dogs. She has not been exposed to cats. She loves to share a water bowl with another dog but prefers to have her food bowl left alone. However, she is NOT food aggressive with people! Not much slobber except after she drinks or when she is begging for table food. Meena was seized from her owner at 1yr b/c they weren't feeding her. She then lived with a family for 6 yrs. They moved and couldn't take her with them. She has lived with her currently family for 2 years and due to an emergency situation, she must be re-homed ASAP. 1/19/2005

Fiona: is a sweet and loving St. Bernard who loves to be doted on and the center of attention. She is a dog who gets along with other dogs who will respect and submit to her dominant nature. Also, she is good with cats. Fiona is fully house trained and responds well to voice commands and sign language. 1/19/2005

Ralph: is about 2 years old and he is recently neutered and is current on all his shots. He is wonderful with my cats and loves children, but he and Max do not get along. I need your help, he is crate trained and walks perfectly on his leash. 1/19/2005

Max: lives in West Central Illinois. He is approximately two and a half years old. His owners were only owners. They were never a family to Max as he spent his first two years on a chain without much attention. I am Max's foster Mom and am so blessed to have him around for the Holidays. I recently lost my sister to breast cancer and spending time working with Max and socializing him with my two German Shepherds has really kept me busy. My husband is in love with him too! He is learning very quickly. The only problem we have with him is he is very frightened of stairs. He can go "up" but, not "down". Our human society used their emergency funds to get him up to date with his shots and have him neutered. His heartworm test was negative which was awesome news. He is healthy according to the vet but, needs to gain some weight. Max is the first St. Bernard that I have had the privilege of meeting and he lives up to all the things that other people have said about the breed. He is a gentle sweet dog that just wants to be loved! If you are interested in Max or know of anyone that would like to make him a part of their family please contact me! Thanks for your time and enjoy the pictures. Max is in Macomb, Illinois! 1/17/2005

Bernice: Hi. My name is Bernice, but I prefer to be called Bernie. I am a 3-year old (4 in December), female, rough coat Saint Bernard. My foster mom says that I weigh around 120#. Although I have only been with my foster mom for a short time I am fitting in quite well. My former owner turned me over to Saint Bernard Rescue because of a change in life situation. I told my foster mom that I am known to be good with children, cats, and other dogs. I am also house trained and crate trained. I know how to sit when you tell me, but I sometimes get kind of excited about life and forget to listen. I absolutely love playing with my three lab foster brothers, they are so cool! My foster mom has fostered Saints before that were younger than me, but she says that I have more energy then most puppies she knows! I am spayed, & will be current on shots & heartworm tested prior to being adopted. My foster mom says she is looking for a nice family that can take me home and love me forever and ever. I am being fostered in Virginia Beach. Please call if you'd like to meet me, I have a pretty busy schedule, but I might be able to fit you in, WOOF! 1/17/2005

BENNY: (BIG BEN) & JENNY: are just under 2 years old rough-coat male & female siblings. They came into rescue because their owner had to go into a nursing home, & was unable to care for them anymore. Ideally we would love it if these two could be placed together, but we will separate them if need be. Big Ben weighs in at 127 lbs. & is about 30 lbs. underweight. Jenny weighs in at 93 lbs. & also needs to gain around 20 lbs. or so. They are both spayed/neutered, current on shots, have been heartworm tested, and have been started on flea & heartworm preventative. Ben & Jenny are both housebroken, & do very well in the house when left alone. They love children & get along well with other dogs. Ben gets along well with cats also, but it's best if Jenny is not placed in a home with cats. Ben is a very sweet dog, but very cowardly also. When things scare him, his first instinct is to drop to the ground. He is very dependent on Jenny, who is much more outgoing. They will both need some good socialization & of course lots of love. Ben has been opening up more & more each day. He was really traumatized from being in the shelter. Ben is a gentle giant & does not have a mean bone in his body. He did very well with getting a bath, having his ears cleaned & nails clipped. He does not care to ride in the car & is scared of the leash, but we are working on that. Jenny on the other hand is much more outgoing & very playful. She is very sweet & wants to be loved. Jenny will sit to be petted, but basically neither of them know any commands. Jenny also has a quiet manner to her, but still has lots of puppy play left in her. Both Ben & Jenny love to frolic around in the yard & play with each other. These two would both benefit from some obedience training. They love people & sleep in the children's bedrooms at night. We would like them to go to someone who has a fenced in yard, & preferably with someone who has children over the age of 6 years old. These two are very sweet pups & would make a great addition to someone's family. Update 12/14/04; these two have certainly turned around from a few weeks ago! Benny is actually a very personable & lovable boy. He is a gentle giant, & doesn't seem sad anymore. They both are beginning to play among themselves and with the other dog in the household, Annie. Benny enjoys playing with Annie, more so than jenny. They love to go outside without leashes & run and play. They love to jump in the car & go for a ride too. Benny & jenny are also getting much better on the leash now. Things are not so frightening to them anymore. Benny & jenny are very easy house pets and have good manners, except they do sleep on the sofa at night! We believe that we can separate them, as long as they go to a home with another dog. Are you this home? 1/17/2005

Jacks: he is a rough coated 2 year old male brown and white in color. He needs some training but is eager to please. He is very sweet and loving and loves to play. 1/13/2005

Brandy: super sweet 4 year old female longhaired St. Bernard who is wonderful with children and adults alike. However, Brandy is not good with other dogs. She lost her home because her owners divorced, relocated and couldn't take her along. Brandy is a good girl who would be a wonderful addition to a family with no other dogs. Spayed, shots, microchipped 1/11/2005

Osa: Osa is a 3 year old large rough coat male with a full mask. He is very playful, full of life and loves attention and people. He was surrendered by a Missouri breeder who went out of business. Osa had never been able to stay indoors with people before and but now he loves to be inside with his family. He loves to play tug of war, go on car rides and walks and have his belly rubbed. He walk well on leash and does not pull. Osa currently lives with cats, dogs and children and does well with them. He is crate trained and housetrained. He is up to date on shots and is on heartworm and flea preventative. He will be neutered prior to placement. 1/11/2005

Sebastian: Sebastian is an 2-3 year old splash coat Saint Bernard with a full mask. He currently lives with kids, cats, small dogs, other saints and does well with them. He is housebroken and knows basic obedience commands. He walks on leash well and is well behaved in the house. He loves to fetch, play tug of war, go on car rides and walks. He is neutered, micro-chipped, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. 1/11/2005

Buddy: Buddy is a 2 year old full masked, rough coat Saint Bernard. He currently lives with cats, small dogs, other saints and does well with them. He is housebroken and knows basic obedience commands. He walks on leash well and is very well mannered. He loves to fetch, play tug of war, go on car rides and walks. He is neutered, up to date on shots and is on heart worm and flea preventative. He will make a great companion. 1/11/2005

Betty: Very friendly 3 year old female St. Bernard who loves belly rubs! Betty gets along with other dogs and enjoys attention from people. She is a good girl! Spayed, shots, microchip 1/11/2005

Bodie: a one year old neutered male housebroke good with kids and dogs and cats. He was abandoned and is now looking for a new forever home. The weight on this dog is 175# 1/10/2005

Sophie: lyr female spayed. 1/10/2005

Bubba: 3yr old male, friendly, good temperament, has shots, mainly indoor, housebroken, good with kids and other animals, knows basic commands, has mild epilepsy that is controlled by meds, current owner to supply meds for continued care. Owner placement with support from SBRF. 1/10/2005

Morrison: 18month old male, friendly, has shots, mainly outdoor, housebroken, good with older kids, little exposure to other dogs, no cats, minimal training, needs socialization, good health. Owner placement with support from SBRF. 1/10/2005

Mud pie: is a 4 ½ year old spay female. As you can probably tell by her name she loves to roll around in the dirt. Mud pie gets along well with other dogs and cats and is a real ham when meeting people. She acts as though she has never gotten any attention in her whole life. She just loves to be hugged and pet all the time. Mud pie is house trained and very well behaved on a leash. Her main goal in life is to the center of attention especially with children. 1/10/2005

Wunderbutt: 7 month old male. Rough coat. Came to rescue from an owner who could not take care of him. Needs all forms of training. 100% pure puppy. Needs a home with lots of chew toys and someone willing to socialize and train him. 1/7/2005

Stretch: is about 2 years old and very tall! He gets along some other dogs and prefers not to be alone. He is neutered and has all his shots. 1/7/2005

Bruce: is 3 to 4 years old. He has been neutered and has all his shots. Bruce is in a foster home in the Sacramento area and not in our shelter in Nevada. 1/7/2005

Merlin: is 2 years old and just came to us. He is a longhair and will be seeing our vet on Nov 17th. 1/7/2005

Christmas: is 4 years old and will be visiting our Vet on Dec. 3rd She will be available for adoption on Jan. 1st. 1/7/2005

Felicia: is about 2 years old, has been spayed and has all her shots. She is heartworm free. She gets along with other dogs and is very full of energy. She wants to play at your house. 1/7/2005

Rufus: weighs 124 lbs but he is underweight. He will probably weigh about 140 lbs when he is at his optimal weight. He is about 2 years old, has all his shots, is neutered and is heart worm free. He gets along with other dogs and is microchipped. He loves attention and wants to go home with you today! 1/7/2005

Shawnee: Is a two year old full masked, rough coat male Saint Bernard. He's got a wonderful personality, gets along with all animals and has stolen the hearts of all that meet him. Shawnee came from a neglect situation but despite the horrible treatment he recieved from his previous owner he doesn't have a mean bone in his body. He weighs 99 pounds right now but still needs to gain a little more. He loves tummy rubs and having his chin scratched. He is also a "hot dog hound" and just loves to snack on hot dog treats. Shawnee will make a wonderful addition to any home as he is a true gentleman. 1/7/2005

Monk: He is 18 months old and weighs 90 pounds as a skeleton. I think he is going to be a big boy! He is currently in the Little Rock Arkansas area in a rescue foster home. I will update the web site as soon as more information comes in. 1/6/2005

YOGI: Hi my name is Yogi and I am a big teddy bear. Yes I said I am big. I am almost 12 months old and I weigh in at around 140 lbs and I am still growing. I am a smooth coat saint so my coat should be easy to maintain. I am all updated on my vaccines and have been started on heartworm and flea prevention. I walk very well on a leash and am a good car rider. I am told I am very mellow for my age. My previous owners left me at a shelter I am not sure why because I am such a good boy, maybe I just got to big. Would you have room in your family for a big luv bug if so that's me. 1/6/2005

Ginger: Hi I am a 16 month old rough coat female. I am 107 lbs currently and am still under weight. I am very sweet and I enjoy being my foster parents shadow. I like to meet new people and give them kisses. I get along well with everything-dogs, cats, kids they are all my friends. I am a very sensitive girl because I was not treated well by my former parents. Loud noises (like thunderstorms) will scare me and all I want is my foster mom to rub my belly until the noises stop. I would love to have a family of my own are you it? 1/6/2005

Baxter: is a 1.5 (Vet Est.) year old pure bred male saint. Baxter was rescued from a kill shelter in the Charlotte area. Since entering rescue he has been neutered, vaccinated, and is undergoing H/W treatment. Baxter is sweet, calm, loves affection, treats, knows some basic commands, likes other dogs, and walks well on a leash. Baxter is eager to please and will make a wonderful companion to a lucky new home. 1/5/2005

BONNIE: is a 8 month old shorthair female pup. As a puppy, Bonnie is still learning and will need ongoing training and patience! She is very lovable and gives kisses freely! She listens well and is quite active, nosey and likes to investigate everything,. She knows her basic commands and likes other dogs and cats. She is housebroken and is good with kids! 1/4/2005

ZOWIE: is a 2 year old longhair female who is looking for a home to call her own. She has a very loving personality and the potential to become a great addition to her new family. Zowie is a very energetic puppy who needs some guidance and reassurance as she approaches her adult life. 1/4/2005

Shannon: was surrendered because the owner had no time for her. She had been an outdoor dog and desperately wanted to be an indoor dog, so much that she always tried to get out of her kennel. She had horrible eye infections in both eyes and also ended up needing entropion surgery to both eyelids of both eyes. She was also spayed, updated on her shots and microchipped. 1/1/2005

Baxter: is a 2 yr old St. Bernard, he was diagnosed with Addison's disease when he was 6 months old. He was brought into the clinic because he was crashing because of the Addison's, the owners wanted to have him euthanized. The doctor would not euthanize him and persuaded the owner to sign him over to her . He responded very well to treatment and medicine, he was feeling well enough to play . Baxter could not stand or even pick up his head the first day in came to the clinic. Baxter is a VERY LOVING boy. He lived outside all his life, but he loves being inside now, because he loves people. Whoever takes Baxter has to be a very special person, he has to be on daily medicine to control his Addison's. 1/1/2005

INDIA: is a rough-coat 4 year old (estimated by vet). She weighs in at 100 lbs. India is spayed & current on shots. She is also heartworm negative. India came to us after two Good Samaritans saw her getting dumped out of a car at a gas station in Illinois. These two life-savers loved India but were unable to keep her themselves so they brought her to the League. India arrived with what is believed to be large burn areas around her neck and hind leg. These areas have been treated and are now growing in hair. We may never know the horror India endured but we do know that she doesn't hold it against anyone. India is a sweet tempered girl that has a typical St. Bernard personality and does not drool as much. She would do best in a home with out children under the age of 5. She gets along with some dogs but does not get along well with cats. If you have room in your home for this large girl, please contact us immediately! 1/1/2005