Texas

 

Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, Inc.

 

Texas

Michael & Christine Banky (281) 259-6267 missmanatee@hotmail.com
7/10/2017
To help Texas dogs in need of medical care, please mail your tax deductible donation to:
Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation
27011 S. Creek Drive
Magnolia, TX 77354
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General Public Postings
Keep checking with us - we have new dogs coming in all the time! Thanks

Zoey: was estimated by Austin Animal Services to be almost 1 yr old, but we're guessing she's closer to 18 months. She is a big puppy. Loves to play and chew!!! HW NEG. Spayed and sweet. Here's a couple of pics. Zoey is being fostered in the Houston area. 7/10/2017

Samoa: is estimated to be a 3 year old mixed breed. She was passed off as a "Saint Bernard puppy", but she is actually full grown at about 40 lbs. She might be a Great Pyr/Aussie mix or something similar, but is much higher energy than a Saint. Samoa was feral upon her arrival into rescue, and then contracted Distemper at the shelter, so she has had a rough go of life. She has now learned that indoors is ok, and she is housebroken. Samoa likes other dogs, and is fine with cats and livestock also. She needs a very quiet home, with someone who is patient and will be willing to work with her to overcome her fear of leashes, cars, and many "normal" things in life. She is being fostered in the Houston area. 5/23/2017

Marley: is a 7 year old neutered male Saint. He is a big, beautiful boy who is looking for his forever home.  He has twice been returned to rescue.  Marley is not ok with small children (arthritis at his age so he can be snappy), and he prefers to be the only dog, although he is ok with cats.  Marley is very strong, and can be difficult to control on a leash (until he gets tired).  Marley's perfect home would be a quiet, stay at home adult only family. 10/18/2016

Abbey: is a senior girl looking for her new forever home (again). She had a wonderful family, but when they had a newborn, she became uncomfortable with the noise and chaos, and they were not trusting that she would adapt well, so she found herself back with rescue. Her original momma passed away, which is how she came to rescue the first time. Poor Abby has had some tough breaks, but she is a great dog and deserves a quiet family for her retirement. She does well with older kids, just not toddler ages. Abby is currently being fostered in the DFW area. She does fine with cats and other dogs, but would probably prefer to be an only dog if given the choice. 4/5/2016

Not quite ready to adopt? Contact Christine about fostering @ (281)-259-6267