ARIZONA SAINT BERNARD RESCUE NEEDS VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH DOGS WE HAVE IN FACILITIES FOR THE METRO PHOENIX AREA.
Many of our rescued dogs have needed medical attention, and the dogs in need of medical care keep coming. Please call us if you can help us by making a cash donation.
ALL RESCUES PLACED BY ARIZONA ST. BERNARD RESCUE ARE SPAYED/NEUTERED, VET CHECKED, HW NEG. & ON PREVENTATIVE AND IMMUNIZATIONS ARE CURRENT.
Our adoption fees are; Under 6 years $350.00, 6 years and over $200.00, Saint mix $200.00
Baby Darla: is four years old and what a sweetheart. She loves her people more than anything in the world and that includes food and treats. She would rather be loved on and giving loves in return. Baby Darla was previously adopted but the adopters brought her back saying she was protective of the family. Being in a kennel situation we aren’t able to see this. She loves everyone she meets here - so we would say bring her outside the home and introduce her to any new guest and let them and her get their loves before going inside the home. 5/25/2818
Trini: is two years old. She loves people, going for walks and hanging out with you. She is an alpha female so she likes playful non-dominate males. Her best friend at the Saintuary was Dooley and they would run all over the play yards together and follow you around and hangout by you while you worked in the yard. Dooley went home and Trini is hoping to fine her new home. Pictures are of her checking out her new bed but better pictures to come. 3/9/2018
Ginger: is a one year old sweetie pie of a saint. She loves to cuddle with you and zip around you like crazy and then stop at your feet for loves. Ginger was turned in to a high kill shelter in California with her remaining puppy. They were separated and the puppy was adopted shortly after. This left Ginger alone and afraid. After pulling her a wonderful lady fostered her and helped her to start learning life would be kind to her and food would always be there to eat. Since coming to the rescue she has continued to blossom and show her great personality. She now loves to go outside and zip around the play yard at full speed then stop right at your feet for loves and off she goes again. She loves treats and will run with them to her favorite blanket to lay down and savor the treats she never had before. She still doesn’t know what toys are for but loves rolling around on her blanket and hiding her nose in it. She has been meeting the other rescues through the fence and seems to want to play with them. We will be introducing them shortly. 10/27/2017
Hercules: is a very handsome guy at around 18 months of age. He loves his wubba dog toy and his jack stuffy. When he wants your attention he will go get it, squeak it and watch you to see if you noticed. If you need help with tree planting – Hercules is your guy. He must be the only dog in the home because he does want all the attention and loves from you. 10/17/2017
Gunther: is another handsome boy at the rescue. He loves affection and being with you. Gunther must be the only dog in the house as he wants all the loves. When you come up to his run he flies through the doggy door and comes running to greet you and to get loves. He has a very beautiful mahogany coat. 10/4/2017
Mozart: is a fun loving energetic young guy. He loves people, going for walks/jogs/hiking and loves. He likes to get his treats/Nyla bone and then he will immediately plop down on his bed for a good chew on his treat or bone. He is housetrained and doesn’t chew on anything other than his bones. Mozart was not well taken care of in his former home. He would have to scrounge for food at a market next to his home. Finally after enough complaints from the neighbors the Sherriff’s office took them from their owners and Mozart came to the rescue. 7/11/2017
Mickey: who is affectionately called “Too Tall” is almost two years old. He is a real sweetheart who is very loving. Mickey does require a home with an experienced big dog family. His previous “family” took him to a vet to have him euthanized because he had diarrhea but the vet wouldn’t do it and kept him. They adopted him out once but he was returned because they stated he was bossy. We haven’t seen this in him during his time at the rescue. We have only seen a sweet gentle baby who loves his bed and was afraid to eat out of a bowl. We gave him a secure stand and a bowl that fit securely in the stand and he eats like a champ. 3/9/2017