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Michael & Christine Banky (281) 259-6267 missmanatee@hotmail.com

4/14/2014

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

or through PayPal

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Keep checking with us - we have new dogs coming in all the time! Thanks!

 

Bronx: is a very playful and affectionate Saint Bernard.  He loves attention from people, and loves to play with other dogs, but he can get a bit rough sometimes.  He does not like to go outside by himself, most of the time, and prefers to be inside with people.  While not actually aggressive towards cats, he get very excited and tries to play with them, but gets too rough. Bronx would do very well in a one dog, no cats home.  He can get exuberant, and does  not really mind very well yet.  He needs work on coming when his name is called, as well as some leash manners.  We are estimating Bronx to be about 2 years old.  He is heartworm positive. 1/5/2014

 

Jonsey: Hi! My name is Jonsey (Jones-ee) July. My foster mom says I remind her of Indiana Jones because I am so curious.
 I'm about 18-2 years old. Full on older puppy action! My health is good. I have been spayed and I am HW+, so you will need
 to keep me on preventative- please do not forget my monthly dose! I have at some point had a terrible ear infection that left 
one ear shorter than the other- possible hearing loss.  My behavior is decent- for a puppy never been taught. I know my
 basics but don't always like to obey. I need someone who understands firm yet loves me to help me learn. I am super sweet.
 I do "nip" fingers when excited- hopefully Ma will get that kink worked out. With others I want to play! And play a lot. With
 other dogs I sometimes get to rough- never ever with humans! I roll over and submit when i want your attention or think I'm
 in trouble. I am over exuberant when meeting new animal friends so remind me to settle. I want to play!! I still chew but only
 my chew toys. I do gather and take things to my "nest". I know to crate and I am potty trained. I do not like being left alone
 when others are near - but do not bark during the day or at night.  I currently live with 2 other saints, a small beagle and 3
 cats and 1 boy. 9/23/2013

 

Poppi: is a 3 month old Saint mix (Momma was a purebred Saint, but not sure about Daddy).  She is cute as can be, and has lots of energy.  Poppi will be spayed next week, and will have had 2 sets of vaccines by then.  She currently lives with multiple large dogs and multiple cats, and is in the process of being housebroken.  We anticipate that Poppi will grow up to be much smaller than your average Saint, but there is nothing wrong with pint sized, and she probably won't have the drool factor either! 6/2/2013

Sadie: is a one-year-old, spayed female Saint. She weighs about 100 lbs., is current on her vaccines and tested negative for heartworms. While a playful, loving dog when she gets to know you, Sadie does not do well with strangers and is particularly fearful of men. Sadie is currently working with a dog trainer on her behavior issues which stem from lack of proper socialization and impaired vision in one eye. Once she trusts you, Sadie is a loyal, affectionate girl whose entire world revolves around you. However, she will require patience and additional work with a trainer. Sadie does well with other dogs (she currently lives in a multi-dog household) but can be a bit bossy. 3/28/2012

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

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