Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, Inc.



Allie Kane

(503) 502-8993


Allen & Penni Fields



Floyd Gerstenfeld




OREGON IS DESPERATELY IN NEED OF FOSTER HOMES - PLEASE CONTACT ALLIE KANE IF YOU CAN HELP If you are interested in becoming a foster or volunteer with Oregon Bernard Rescue please download application below fill it out and sign and mail to address included. (You will need Adobe reader) Oregon Saint Bernard Rescue VOLUNTEER FOSTER APPLICATIONS.

Sadie: is a 5 year old s/h Saint Bernard. Sadie is on the small side (70lbs), so she is a perfect fit for someone who has always wanted a Saint but needs a smaller dog. Sadie came to us when her owner passed away. She has not had a lot of socialization. She needs a yard with a 6 foot fence and will prefer to hang out sleeping in the house. She is housebroken and does well when left alone. She is learning some commands but was never taught much. She is food motivated. A bit slow at getting into the car, but does well once she is in. She charmed everyone at the vet’s office. Since Sadie hasn’t been around kids, we would prefer an adult home for her. She would do best with a male dog about her size, but will need to meet any other dogs prior to adoption. No small dogs or other animals. This super sweet girl will make a wonderful companion. Sadie is UTD on vaccines, microchipped, wormed and h/w negative. She is currently fostered in the Portland area. If you are interested in this sweet girl, please fill out an application at application. 9/1/2020

Chinook: is a 5 year old neutered male l/h Saint. Chinook came to rescue after his owner passed away. Chinook’s ideal home would be with an older couple or individual as an ONLY pet. Since Chinook has not been raised around kids, we are recommending no kiddos in the home. Chinook loves attention, is smart but doesn’t know many commands, as he was an outdoor dog before coming to rescue. He is stubborn. He is well behaved in the house, has had no accidents and whines when he needs to go outside. He is very food motivated. He is sensitive and a little timid with new things. He doesn’t show a lot of interest in toys and is a leery of balls, but is learning to play a little. Chinook enjoys a good chew bone. He is very laid back with adults but doesn’t like to be hovered over or to get lots of hugs, he is a bit afraid of loud noises and loud barky dogs. He is still learning about getting into the car, once he is in, he is good. Walks well on leash and wants to be inside with his people. Loves the air conditioning. Chinook is quiet, doesn’t bark a lot, does not seem to have any signs of separation anxiety. He needs to be brushed regularly and is not a heavy drooler. He is a great dog, just needs some confidence building. Chinook is neutered, utd on vaccines, microchipped, wormed and h/w negative. He is currently being fostered in Forest Grove area. If you are interested in adopting Chinook, please fill out an adoption app at application. 9/1/2020