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

10/17/2017
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.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"

Bear: Introducing Bear!!! Bear is an almost 3 yr old neutered s/h male. Bear has been living in a townhouse, and although it breaks his owners’ hearts, he really needs a house with a large yard, a 6 foot fence and a family with a more flexible schedule. Bear is smart—this summer he was a little bored (and probably needed to go outside) while his people were at work and popped the screen on the second story window and spent a little time exploring the townhouse roof. He also opened the window on a second event when it wasn’t completely latched and did the same thing. He has had a year of obedience training and knows all the basic commands. He is housebroken and is trained to ring a bell when he has to go outside. He is in great health, weighs about 125lbs and just loves people and still acts like a big puppy. He has been around cats, but will chase them if they run, so it may be best if he goes to a home with no smaller animals. Bear needs an owner who can set boundaries for him and provide him with consistency. He has “leash aggression” which means that he will lunge at other dogs while leashed, mostly with larger dogs—so he would be better off in an environment where he isn’t constantly exposed to dogs on leashes. He does well with most dogs but they need to be introduced in an open area off leash. He would probably do best with a female dog close to his own size. He can be protective with food and toys. He is good with kids but due to his size, teens would probably be better. He is UTD on vaccines, hw negative and microchipped. We would love to find Bear a home with lots of property to roam and an owner who is willing to continue his training. Bear is in the Portland area. If you are interested in Bear, please fill out an application. 10/4/2017

 

Hercules: Meet Hercules! He just came into rescue this week so we are just getting to know this big guy. Hercules is about 9 years old but he is in great shape and doesn’t look his age. He is a shorthair and neutered. He’s a sweet guy that has a big bark, but he warms up to people quickly. He has been good with cats, mostly good with other non alpha dogs with slow intros—has lived happily with a female Saint, and is good with kids. Since he is an older boy, we will not be placing him with kids under the age of 12. He is housebroken, rides great in the car, loves marrow bones and stuffed toys. He is being rehomed because his owner lost their house. Love this boy! If you are interested in adopting Hercules, please fill out an application at application. Currently fostered in Eugene. 9/5/2017