Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, INC.
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Keep checking with us - we have new dogs coming in all the time! Thanks!
Pogo: Hi! My name is Pogo and I’m a 9 week old St. Bernard puppy. Me and my brothers and sisters were taken to the shelter a few weeks ago. That place wasn’t very pleasant but luckily the shelter people reached out to a rescue in Dallas. The Dallas rescue drove all the way to Conroe and gladly took all my brothers and sisters. I just couldn’t understand why I was left behind, but I soon realized it was because I am handicapped and have a bad back leg. I cried and cried not understanding how I couldn't be just as lovable as my siblings, but then the nice lady with Luck & Legends Saint Bernard Rescue and my new foster mommy showed up to save me! From there I was taken to a doctor, and since then have seen a few more doctors. After looking at what they call x-rays, they determined that the growth plates in my knee never closed yet, & I have some nerve damage, which has caused me to be lame-my leg sticks straight out to the side. One doctor said they would need to amputate (that means I would only have 3 legs, yelp!!!), but another said we might could save it, though we don’t know yet what next steps will be, except that I now have to go see a special doctor called an orthopedic, and mommy says it will be expensive. Well things are certainly looking up for me, and my foster mommy even realized that I kept running into everything and couldn’t find her when she called me. I don’t understand because I’ve been bumping into things since I was able to walk. While at the doctor’s they did some eye tests on me and concluded that I am also totally blind. I wish I could see the beautiful world, but I’m just happy to be alive, with plenty to eat, lots of toys and getting all kinds of love and attention from everyone who meets me. They all say they love me cuz I’m so dang cute, EVEN WITH MY HANDICAPS! You can see for yourself just how cute I am, cuz I’m in the attached picture at my new foster home. Thank you for taking the time to listen to my story and please pray for me and other puppies like me who need special love and care. And if you find it in your heart/pocketbook to donate money to help with my medical needs I will give you a big wet puppy-breath kiss! Donations can be made online @ the website; www.saintrescuetx.org. I will sure keep you posted on my progress….ruff ruff!”
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.
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
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
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.
Not quite ready to adopt? Contact Christine about fostering @ (281)-259-6267
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