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.

Zoey: is a beautiful, sweet 2.5 year old short hair female Saint Bernard. Zoey is being rehomed as her older owners had to downsize. Zoey has an excellent temperament and tends to be more on the submissive side. She has lived on a farm her whole life. She is good with other dogs. She has been around barn cats, she will chase and wants to play with them. She will chase chickens but hasn’t hurt any livestock. She has been around horses. She has been living outside so she needs some grooming and tlc. She doesn’t chew, dig, jump or escape but you will need to keep garbage cans out of her reach. She is housebroken. She likes car rides but wants to be lifted into the car. She will need to be fed separately from other dogs until she is comfortable with them as she is a slow eater and might get agitated if someone tries to steal her chow. She loves belly rubs and chasing toys. She has been around children ages 4 and up. Zoey needs to be spayed and will not be available until after her vet work is completed. If you are interested in Zoey, please fill out an adoption application at application. 6/4/26181

Thorin: is a very nice, quiet, mellow boy. Thorin gets along well with other dogs although he does just kind of finds his own space among them. No problems with dog interactions, he completely ignores the top dog in the household and will play with the younger female, but he tires quickly and lays down. Great in the house, ignores the cats, has been out with the goats and chickens and really shows no interest in chasing or barking at them. Very content in the yard, does not investigate the fence line at all, and just follows us around. He goes up and down the stairs to the front deck and backyard without any problems. Loves a good dog bed. Craves any and all human attention and he just loves belly rubs! Thorin is wary of strangers but gets over it pretty quick. He might give a short, soft growl, but no other aggression. Thorin was raised around kids and was very good with them. We would suggest no younger kids because of his arthritis issues but should do great with kids that will respect his space. His foster is happy with his ability to adapt. Thorin is on a weight management diet and supplements for his arthritis in his front legs. His treats are kept to a minimum, just a small cookie, which he takes gently but then promptly spits out across the floor and the other dogs gobble it up. His weight is hard on him. He is getting multiple walks daily around the property and up and down the hill but it will take a while to get him back in shape. Thorin’s coat will need more work but we are working on removing all the mats and imbedded hair. Thorin is neutered, UTD on shots, HW negative, microchipped and ready to start his new life. If you are interested in Thorin, please submit an adoption application to application. 6/4/26181

Bizzy: is a very friendly, quiet sweet 7 yr old neutered male saint. Coming from a Southern California shelter, we know very little about Bizzy's former life. He is underweight and is currently showing quite an appetite and starting to put on weight. Even when Bizzy reaches his desired weight he will not be a large saint. Bizzy has a few scars and patches that indicate life has not always been easy for him yet one would never know it by his mellow manner and his happy smile. We do know that Bizzy lived with a male mastiff. We do know that he is fine with female dogs. We have not been able to test him yet with other males or cats but his easy going manner leads us to believe Bizzy would try to fit into most situations. Bizzy loves people and wants to find someone who will love him too. Bizzy is ready to start his new life with his forever family. 5/29/2018

Daisy Jane: is an adorable 2 year old short hair Saint Bernard. Just check out that cute hospice ear! Miss Daisy just came to us from a shelter. She is starting to gain some weight but probably will need to gain another 10-20lbs. Daisy likes to play so a friendly male dog her size would be perfect. It takes her a bit to get to know new dogs, so slow, patient introductions are necessary. We feel that Daisy will not be a good fit with small or medium size dogs due to her style of play. She absolutely can not go to a home with cats, chickens or other small animals. The perfect home for Daisy would be a home that will continue with her obedience training, establish boundaries, has a 6 foot fenced yard with plenty of room for a girl to stretch out and ideally, an owner who will be home with her more often than not. Daisy loves her people and has been good with children, although she may knock over little ones with her exuberance. Daisy travels well, is housebroke, spayed, loves her toys, has good house manners, crates well and seems to see her crate as a retreat when she is tired of playing. She is going to be an amazing pet. If you are interested in adopting Daisy please fill out an adoption application. 5/11/2018

Becky: Sweet Becky is a 5 year old 125lb s/h female, who has been bounced around throughout her life. Becky was headed to a sanctuary after having two litters of puppies and discarded. She was adopted by a family but unfortunately, did not do well with the small animals in the home. She is great with children and loves people. Becky loves hanging out on the couch and loving on her people. She wants to be by your side. Becky’s early life was spent in a kennel used as a breeding dog with little contact with people or other dogs. She had ground her teeth down trying to escape. She is house broke, seems to do fine with larger male dogs and has been around kids 7 years and older. She is not leash reactive, but if another dog challenges her, she will respond, so she will need some leash training, socialization and someone willing to manage her, especially around small animals she may meet. Becky must go to a home with at least a 6 foot fence and be welcomed into the house as a member of the family. There can be no small dogs, cats or small animals in the home. Her eyes had surgery at one point, so both corneas have some cloudy scarring and both ears were badly infected when she came to us and there is some hematoma scarring. She is in the process of being vetted and will be available for adoption soon. After years of being used and neglected, this girl deserves the life of a princess. Becky has lots of love to give and will make the right family very happy. Donations toward Becky’s veterinary care can be made at www.oregonsaintbernardrescue.com/how-to-help. If you are interested in adopting Becky, please fill out an adoption application at www.saintrescue.org. If you are interested in Becky and have an adoption application on file, please send me a text, email or message to let me know you are interested. 4/23/2018