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Trumble: & Valen: are 3 1/2 year old, rough-coated bonded littermates looking for their forever home who need to be adopted together.  They were surrendered to rescue when their owner could no longer care for them.  Both dogs are friendly, good with other dogs and cats, love long walks and runs, car rides and lots of attention.  Trumble, the male, is the more outgoing tail-wagger of the pair while Valen is a sweet girl with soulful eyes who is a little more reserved and enjoys to be petted and talked to.  Both dogs have are well-behaved, have lived indoors and are housebroken, and have received some training. Because of their size they should probably go to a home with older children.  Both are neutered/spayed, microchipped and UTD on shots. 11/3/2014

Nana: Hello!  We would like to introduce Nana.  She is a very sweet approximated age of 8 years young.  She came to us from a previous farm and is exceptional around animals AND people.  She loves peanut butter as a treat but even more so just a hug and a pet.  She loves to lay next to where you’re sitting and pretty much sleeps but does enjoy a casual walk.  Won’t you give her a chance?  She won’t let you down. 8/30/2014

Pharroh: My name is Pharroh and I am a 3 year old, high energy Saint Bernard.  I am kind of a spaz; mostly because my owner is physically not able to take me for walks or exercise me so I feel really cooped up in our small house.  But once I get out I walk well on a leash but need training to behave when greeting other dogs – I just don’t realize how BIG I am and for some reason, greeting people by jumping up is, I guess, not OK.  But I’m sure a strong pack leader can teach me a lot of things like that.  At first, I am going to need some very clear boundaries and a family that knows what its like to have “giant breed” dogs. I have lived with up to 3 dogs, but I need less stimulus, so maybe just one furbrother or sister would be good and I do NOT like cats- YUCK!  So, no cats or farm animals for me!  If you think you have what it takes to take me on, then fill out an application – I REALLY want a new family by the holidays!   8/22/2014

Eloise: is an adult short hair, and like most rescues has had a rough life but in typical Saint Fashion, she has bounced back amazingly!   Eloise has a personality that everyone will fall in love with! Will you give Eloise a chance to win your heart?  She has been in rescue for the entire Summer, and we would love for her to be in a forever home before the holidays- she deserves to live out her life in a happy, secure, loving home- doesn't every dog deserve that? Eloise likes to be in charge and wants your affection all to herself so a single dog family would be best for her or a slow intro with a male if you are willing to be patient to make it work. 8/10/2014

Annie: is a sweet, gentle soul.  She is 4 and a half years old. She has only been in foster care for a brief period, but she is making the transition very well.  Annie loves people and will follow whoever is moving around the house.  She is also curious and will explore.  She is very good with children.  She gets along with other dogs but will chase cats if they run.  Annie loves attention and will lay down for long periods of time with you.  Her excitement can get the best of her and she will sometimes jump.  She also has a little trouble listening.  However, obedience training will help mitigate this.  Annie is eager to please, so training should not be an issue and will benefit her and her forever family. 7/30/2014


Lucy: is a beautiful young lady that just turned two in April.  She was turned into rescue as her family was moving and couldn’t take her with them.  She came from the Portland area where she had numerous allergy problems.  Her new home would be best in the Southern part of the state as she hasn’t had any problems since being in foster care.  Lucy has also had cruciate (knee) surgery and will need the other knee done in a few months which is already paid for.  Lucy loves to play, came from a home with two grade school age boys and really prefers women but does fine once introduced to men.  She is housebroken and was very well taken care of in her previous home.  Lucy is spayed, up to date on all shots and ready to become part of another family. She is definitely a lover and enjoys attention. 7/29/2014

Peanut: is an 8 year old, female.  AS a senior, she is looking for a forever home to live out her final days.  Peanut had a wonderful life prior to her coming to rescue.  She was owned by a retired couple that traveled in their motor home where she accompanied her humans everywhere, so she is a great and calm traveler.  Both her owners passed away leaving Peanut to wonder what happened.  She is wonderful with people and is currently living with two females and one male dog friends.  We think that she would prefer to be the one and only.  She is good with cats but if they run, she will chase them.  She is housetrained, spayed and up to date on her shots.  Will you be the the one to adopt this sweet girl? 7/10/2014


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