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

7/24/2017
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"

Buck: is a neutered long haired male St. Bernard. Buck came to us from a shelter so we are not sure about his age and are estimating between 1 ½-2 ½ years old. Buck still has a lot of playful puppy qualities; the inquisitive head tilt and exuberant wiggly body when he is happy. Buck can not go to a home with chickens (Yummy! In his defense, he was lost, starving and matted and seemed to have been fending on his own for some time), birds, or cats— other livestock, we are not sure but wouldn’t recommend. So far he is doing ok around the other dogs he is fostered with—but would do best as the center of attention. He will need to meet any children or other dogs in the family prior to placement. Buck is very happy and his foster says he is a sweet boy. He loves the water and likes to play in the kiddy pool, enjoys squeaky toys and balls, car rides, cookies and attention. He is looking for a person to bond with. Buck needs go to a home who has had Saint Bernards in the past, and is willing to work with him on socialization. Potential adopters must have at least a 6 foot fence and we would prefer to place him in a suburban setting where he has less of a chance of seeking out chickens. He is currently fostered in Medford area. He is UTD on shots and microchipped. If you are interested in providing this gorgeous boy with a forever home, please fill out an application at application. 7/9/2017

Kinsey: is a 4 ½ year old spayed Saint Bernard/Great Pyrenees mix. Kinsey is being re-homed for a third time due to housing issues. She has been around kids, but due to her size would probably do better in a home with respectful children over the age of 10. She has been good with cats and other dogs, housebroken, likes car rides and attention, and has some obedience training. Kinsey can take awhile to warm up to new people and tends to bark at newcomers to the house, but settles down quickly. She does require an adult experienced with large breeds for walks as she has been overly protective when her kids walk her. If you are interested in Kinsey, please fill out an adoption application at application. 7/9/2017

Romeo: My name is Romeo. I am a l/h neutered male who just turned 3 years old. I am looking for a new home because my family lost their housing. I am UTD on shots and micro chipped. I was raised with kids ages 9 and up. I am housebroken, good with other dogs in the household, and like car rides and chew toys. Not sure about cats or livestock. I have had some obedience training. I have a little chronic dermatitis that will probably straighten out with some good food and proper flea prevention. If you are interested in Romeo, please fill out an adoption application at application. 6/2/2017

Leeia: and Kona: have come in to rescue due to their owner losing their housing. Leeia is a cute 5 year old smaller l/h female in great shape. She is housebroken and has great manners. She really attaches to her people and doesn’t wander too far. She understands some commands and comes when called. Being a mature gal, she doesn’t have too much patience with the foster’s resident rowdy puppy, so if adopted into a home with other dogs, she would probably do best with an older male dog. Kona is a 1 ½ year old s/h male. He’s a great big goof ball who still acts like a puppy. He is housebroken but is still learning adult dog house manners. He is also very attached to people. He is okay with other dogs but gets bored quickly and goes and takes a nap. He is a very attractive, strong muscular boy. Neither dogs bark much and both do well on a leash, although Kona does still pull some. Both ignoring the resident chickens, but not sure about other livestock. We would like to have them adopted as a pair as they seem very fond of each other. Due to their size we would recommend kids be 10years or older. Both dogs are still being vetted and will be spayed/neutered, utd on shots, microchipped and heartworm tested. They are currently fostered in southern Oregon. If you are interested in adopting this wonderful pair please submit your application. 4/27/2017