Oregon

 

Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, Inc.

 

Oregon

Allie Kane

(503) 502-8993

sixofswords@msn.com

Allen & Penni Fields

(541)267-6356

sthavensts@myway.com

Floyd Gerstenfeld

(503)524-3979

floyd@fgerstenfeld.com

3/22/2017
OREGON IS DESPERATELY IN NEED OF FOSTER HOMES - PLEASE CONTACT CAROL BECK 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.pdf

These folks donate most (if not all) of the food used by local rescue.

"Happy Saint Bernard's fed by donations from Whole Pets NW"

Pablo: My name is Pablo. I’m one of the new additions to Oregon Saint Bernard Rescue. I am an 8 year old longhair male. I’ve been an outdoor dog most of my life, so I am just learning some house manners. As you can see in the picture, I am pretty okay with it. I like other dogs, as long as they don’t challenge me and have been good with the ladies. I am definitely not a cat-person. No way. I’ve been around kids, but I’m getting up there in years, and it would probably be best if there were no little ones around on a regular basis. I’m also not too fond of vets with hypodermic needles. They freak me out. I like car rides, walks, baths, being brushed and petted. I know basic commands like sit, lay down and stay. The nice folks at rescue are going to put me on some high quality grain free food, fix up my icky nose, work on my allergy and skin neglect issues, and get me neutered. I’m really looking forward to that! I could really use some joint supplements to keep me on the move. If you are interested in helping me out, Oregon Saint Bernard Rescue has an Amazon Wishlist that you can order from. They would like me to go on Cosequin DS. (You can find this under Your List/Find list or Registry/enter: Oregon Saint Bernard Rescue). Currently, I am in foster until I get all fixed up, but if you are interested in submitting an adoption application, you can at application. 3/14/2017

Zeus: is a 14m male Saint Bernard. Zeus is a fun guy! He loves walks, other dogs and kids; everyone he meets is his new best friend. He loves the water but can’t swim. He was formerly an outdoor dog who slept in the garage but he is learning to be a house dog. Zeus has had a lot of hard knocks in his short life; the most recent being left at the vet clinic when he started having seizures. The vet clinic called rescue and we brought him in. We have ran some tests and we are pretty sure his seizures are related to low thyroid. Currently, he is on phenobarbitol to control the seizures and the plan is to wean him off once we get the thyroid medication in his system. Zeus is currently being fostered in Port Orford. If you are interested in adopting Zeus please fill out an application at application. 3/7/2017

Little Lottie: is looking for a forever home. She is probably about 8-9 months old. She was turned in as a Newfoundland, but her pedigree is questionable. She is about 70lbs and very dainty and fine boned. Lottie is still an adolescent. She has moments of exuberance but she also loves to snuggle. She is good with other dogs, large and small, but untested with cats (I imagine she will be very curious and there will be a learning period). Lottie was raised around children in her short life, but would do best with kids over the age of 12 but she really is going to want the companionship of an adult. She is a very agile, quick learner and would make a good obedience or agility prospect. She loves belly rubs and attention, making her human friends laugh, snow, grooming, treats, running and playing. She is quiet and housebroken. She currently sleeps in the house without any problems. She will want to sleep in your bed with you, but she doesn’t take up much space. She is a little nervous in the car, but I think she will be fine with a little more exposure. She would do best in an active home, which will have the patience and experience to help her transition into a canine good citizen. Lottie had a pretty hard time and wasn’t treated very well in her past home, but it doesn’t seem to get her down. She will be spayed, utd on shots, and microchipped before she is adopted. Lottie is being fostered in Portland. If you are interested in this sweet, lovely girl please fill out an adoption application at application. 12/16/2016