Mickey and Minnie are two St. Bernards that we would prefer to rehome to the same family. They are so bonded and we believe them to be brother and sister. They are 1 ½ years old and they are on the smaller side for a Saint. Many people like the look of a Saint but prefer a smaller size. For those people Mickey and Minnie would be perfect. They came to us from a kill shelter where they were owner surrenders. They are currently needing to be spayed/neutered but are heartworm negative and current on all their shots. They are roughcoats that weight 75 and 80 pounds. They need to gain quite a lot of weight. Minnie is much more outgoing, however, Mickey will follow her wherever she goes.
If you can see it in your heart and in your home these two desperately need to stay together and it is our desire to make that occur. A special price will be worked out with the right family of person.
Look at this precious boy!!
Romeo is a fabulous full St Bernard that looks like the kind that you see in the movies. He was an owner surrender that has owned him since he was 8 weeks old. He weighs approximately 175-180 pounds. His owners are moving to an apartment that would not allow any pets. He is a gentle giant for sure. He is great with cats, others dogs and children. He is a short haired Saint totally housetrained, and he is not destructive.
He is looking for a home where he can enjoy his senior years with a loving person or family. Romeo is between 7-8 years old. He is neutered and fully vetted. If you have dreamed of a true gentle giant please and do not want the mess of a puppy please contact us to arrange a meeting with Romeo.
Atlas is 1 ½ year old St. Bernard that was an owner surrender. He is a fabulous short haired Saint with a great personality. He actually prefers men to woman but once he gets to know you he loves everybody. He is approximately 130 pounds and just a joy to be around. He is neutered, up to date on vaccinations and housebroken. If you are wanting an awesome boy, come and meet Atlas!
Houston is a full gorgeous Saint that is approx. 2 years old. He is full of life and full of energy. He gets along with most dogs, but we would recommend attending puppy obedience school to learn a few more manners. He is approximately 125 pounds and has a little more growing to do to fill out. He is heartworm positive, but he will be receiving his heartworm treatment very shortly. Houston will be available to view and meet but will not be able to go to a new home December 1. He is neutered and current on all of his shorts. If you are wanting a true saint that you can run and play with he is a great boy and will give you many years of love and devotion.
All of us at St. Cloud’s Rescue want to say THANK YOU for all your help and donations for North Texas Giving Day 2016!
We had a very successful day and will have the tally soon. Thank you again for coming out to see us and helping us save more of these beautiful dogs!
Chuck, Rosie and all the volunteers at St. Cloud’s Rescue
Today is the day!
On September 22, 2016, (North Texas Giving Day), your gift of $25.00 or more will help us receive extra funds for our work in the community. Every gift of $25.00 or more will go further with $2.5 million dollars in partial matching funds! By visiting NorthTexasGivingDay.org, the online giving website for North Texas Giving Day, you can make a huge difference with your gift to St. Cloud’s Rescue.
Also, we will be at the Dr. Glenn Mitchell Memorial Park in Downtown McKinney from
5 – 7 p.m. (weather permitting of course).
Your generous support makes a meaningful difference to our beloved Saints and rescue dogs.
As you know, St. Cloud’s Rescue is changing lives every day by providing the necessary medical, social and housing needs of unwanted dogs.
We have been a 501(c) (3) non-profit non-kill dog rescue since 2003. We have placed over 768 dogs through these years. All of you donations are used for the care of the dogs.
With your help, we WILL reach our $15,000 fundraising goal on North Texas Giving Day! Please share us with all your friends via email and on all social media.
Follow us on Facebook: stcloudsrescue , Instagram or Twitter, so you can share in the excitement of a day of giving and remember to give on September 22.
Please join us in McKinney at Mitchell Park. You can also donate online HERE!
Today from 5-7 pm. Bring your pups with you and come meet some of our new adoptable dogs!
Note: Due to the continued heatwave, we may not bring any dogs out. Their health and safety come first!
We look forward to seeing you!
Chuck and Rosie Cloud and all the volunteers of St. Cloud’s Rescue
I adopted Duke and Bear 6 years ago. Duke crossed the Bridge 15 months ago. Sweet Bear joined his brother yesterday. We will miss them so much. They are free of pain now.
They are only two of the reasons I donate to St. Cloud’s Rescue. They save so many lives each year. Please consider donating on Thursday, September 22 from 6am until midnight, which is North Texas Giving Day. Donations of $25.00 or more are available for bonus funds from the foundation. #whyigive #NTxGivingDay
St Clouds Rescue will not be available from Sept 12 to Sept 18.
If there is a dog emergency concerning one of our past adopted dogs please call Gisela at 214-502-6028.
We will not be accepting any new dogs during these dates.
St. Cloud’s Rescue
Austin is a funny little male Saint that is between 1 ½ and 2 ½ years old. He came to us from another no kill shelter because they knew we were better suited for a rescued Saint. Austin is special needs Saint that has epilepsy. He is currently on medicine that controls his seizures. With the good RX program, his monthly pills are approximately $30.00 a month. If you know anything about epilepsy in dogs and are looking for a beautiful Saint, please consider giving our Austin a forever home.
Austin is fully grown and weights approximately 90 pounds. He is neutered, heartworm negative and current on all vaccinations. With Austin being epileptic you cannot miss a morning or evening pill regiment. If you miss one treatment it will cause him to seize. Austin will also need blood work 2 times a year to monitor his condition and to make sure he is on the proper dosage of his medicine. Many people have had dogs with epilepsy and they live a very full and long life. If you are willing to provide a special home for this special boy please consider meeting our Austin.
Buster is a giant male Saint that has a very good personality along with a mind of his own. We do not recommend Buster going to any home with children under the age of 15.
Buster is very stubborn and playful and only likes to go outside when he wants to. He definitely needs training for proper manners. He has one of the most beautiful mahogany coats that you will find on any Saint. He is approximately 135-140 pounds. He is current on all his shots and has been neutered. However, when we rescued Buster he was heartworm positive. We have started his heartworm treatment. Keep in mind, he will not be available to go to a new home until the 12th of September due to his heartworm treatment.
We are caught up and accepting applications again!
Thank you for hanging in there with us!
If you are interested in any of our pups please give Rosie a call. She is setting up appointments for meet and greets for this weekend. 972-679-5319.
Bertha Butt is a fabulous full Saint Bernard that has been loved and very well treated, however, she somehow wound up in a city shelter and another recuse group rescued her and had all of medical needs taken care of. Bertha Butt is a mature senior Saint that is looking for a lovely family or person that will give her the love and attention she so deserves. She is very well mannered, housetrained and just a joy to be around. A perfect day in the life of Bertha Butt is to sit or lay right by her owner and be petted and look into her big brown eyes and be told I love you. Bertha loves to be walked and to receive treats and regular dog food. She would prefer to be the only dog but can be with other dogs once she has spent about 5 to 10 minutes getting to know a new friend. She likes to be the number one in a person’s life at least in dog language. If you are looking for a great dog that requires very little maintenance and will be kind, gentle and sweet to you please consider our Miss Bertha Butt.