Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, INC.
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Keep checking with us - we have new dogs coming in all the time! Thanks!
Angie: is a two year old female Saint that was picked up by San Angelo Animal Control. She spent a month in the shelter before coming to us. She is a very active and playful Saint, very submissive with people, but can be bossy to other dogs. She plays well with dogs that she likes, but does not accept new dogs readily. She can dominant towards other dogs. She likes to chase cats, but appears to try to play. It is when she is with people that she really shines. She loves attention from anyone and will lick your face and roll on her back for belly rubs. One of her funny traits is to sit in front of you and paw the air with one paw or the other. Angie has a bad case of cherry eye and will require surgery before she can be placed in a new home.
Gretta: is a 3-4 year old female Saint. She is very underweight (only about 88lbs), but is eating well and gaining quickly. Gretta is housebroken, and lives peaceably among both large and small breed dogs. Gretta has been vaccinated, and tested negative for heartworms, although she did test positive for a tick-borne disease and is currently taking antibiotics for that, as well as for a couple of lumps on her back and shoulder. We think that Gretta has already been spayed, and she should be available for adoption once she finishes her course of antibiotics. 11/8/2012
Snickers: My name is Snickers (formally known as Misti). When I first came to my foster in the DFW area I was not to sure about humans, I liked to "escape" and run and I did not like being indoors. Now, I am a friendly happy lady. I am about 2-3 years old, and spayed. Because I was not handled or trained I am learning new ways to behave and communicate with manners. I love to be inside laying at your feet, snuggled in your lap and be near you. I AM VERY loving for attention, since I had very little in the past I am now often "in your face". I am still a bit confused with commands- but am picking them up quickly. I do not know how to "jump" but have history going under fences (I do not dig, I find weak spots)- since my current foster placement I have had no desire to roam. I am potty trained and current on all of my shots. I am crate trained and working on the leash. I am scheduled to begin group obedience classes in January. Follow me on my facebook page "I Need a Forever Home" for daily updates. I would prefer a home without other pets and only with older children, as youngsters and other critters startle me very easily and make me uncomfortable. 11/5/2012
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
is an 8 year old neutered male Saint. He is current on vaccines, and
tested negative for heartworms. He has been dewormed, treated for
fleas, and is ready for a new home. Clyde is on the smaller
side-weighing only 106 lbs. He has darker markings than most Saints,
with most of his face appearing almost black. Clyde gets along with
other dogs, and his foster dog friends are keeping him busy chasing him
around the yard. Clyde may have some hearing loss, as he doesn't
respond to some basic noises and can be startled easily. Therefore, he
needs to go to an adult only home, or a home with older children. Clyde
is housebroken and well behaved in the house, although he was obviously
fed tablescraps, as he is a bit of a beggar when food is present. He
wagged his tail when he saw kittens, but they were behind a kennel door,
so it is not certain that he would not chase if given the opportunity.
Clyde is seeking a mellow "retirement" home. He is being fostered in
the Houston, TX area.
is a delightful Saint (mix). She is (estimated to be ) 5 years old, and
a fast learner! She is heartworm negative and is current on her shots.
Opal is housebroken, loves to go for walks on her leash, likes to ride
in the car, knows how to "sit" and wants to learn more. She has a
beautiful silky coat and loves to have her hair brushed. Her favorite
thing is to lay at your feet and be petted. Opal is good with cats and
small dogs. She has not been around children yet, as she just came into
the rescue program a few days ago, and her foster family doesn't have
any. She was found as a stray and so we don't know her history, but
clearly her behavior indicates she was someone's pet at one time. Opal
is being fostered in the Austin area, and would love a family to call
Not quite ready to adopt? Contact Christine about fostering @ (281)-259-6267
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