Honoring our Veterans…

Bella gives Thanks to our Veterans!

St. Cloud’s Rescue salutes you!

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Birthday Wishes!

Happy Birthday to Houston Rosie!

We love you!

St. Cloud’s Rescue

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Rusty

 

Meet poor Rusty. He is a senior, 6-8 years old, who is nothing but skin and bones. He came to us flea infested and weighing only 50 pounds.  He is in critical care with numerous infected dog bites, heart worm positive, anemic, lung infection  and severe hair loss. He is on multiple antibiotics and is being watched closely.

Rusty will be evaluated for a course of treatment for heart worms and be neutered in December.  It will be awhile before he will be up for adoption.  We will keep everyone updated on his care.

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Go Astros!!!

 

Rosie the dog is hoping that her Houston Astro’s win the world series!!!!
GO ASTROS!!!!

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Let’s go shopping!

One of our wonderful supporters is willing to make hand towels that are embroidered with a St. Bernard and a paw on each towel. She can also personalize with your dogs name. She also has other breeds available. Each towel would be $20.00 plus shipping to have it embroidered with the dog and the paw. It will be $3.00 extra to personalize with the name. Shipping for one towel is generally $3.25. Please contact Kathy to order kmzeller@verizon.net or 214-850-7039. You can make a paypal payment using this paypal account. nutkate77@gmail.com.

Thank you for supporting St. Clouds Rescue!

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Pebbles

 

Pebbles and Bam Bam were brought in together. Pebbles is a smaller female Saint Bernard that was used for breeding over and over. She is approximately 2-3 years old and is spayed and now weighs close to 100 pounds. She has lots of energy and has a wonderful personality. She enjoys being groomed and getting her bath. We have not yet introduced her to other dogs other than Bam Bam where they lived together. She has received all her shots and heart worm negative and doing great. If you have wanted a smaller Saint but want all the personality of a Saint you might consider meeting our Pebbles.

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Bam Bam

Bam Bam and Pebbles were brought in together. Bam Bam is a gorgeous male Saint Bernard that is between of 2-3. He is heartworm positive but will be receiving his treatment soon. He has been neutered and will no longer be helping Pebbles have babies. He is app 125 pounds and has a gorgeous mahogany coat. We have not introduced him to other dogs yet due to his surgeries. He will not be allowed to be adopted until his heartworm treatment is finished and six weeks after that date. If you want a magnificent gorgeous young Saint, Bam Bam is one you might consider meeting. We will take a deposit on Bam Bam until he is ready to be adopted.

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Moose

Moose is a gorgeous short haired male Saint. He was an owner surrender due to the family being not able to care for him. When we received Moose he had over 500 fleas on him and was skin and bones. We quickly took him to the vet and got shots done and full panel of bloodwork to be able to determine what care he needed. Based on his bloodwork he is very anemic due to the fleas drinking all of his blood. We are taking our time at giving him 3 quality meals a day to help build back his strength. He is a fabulous boy with a great loving personality. We have not introduced him to other dogs yet because he is not neutered. We are not able to do the neuter until his blood work returns to a normal level. If you are interested in meeting Moose, that is great and we will accept a deposit to hold him. However, he cannot go to a new home until he is well. He is approximately 2-3 years old and heartworm negative.

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Diesel

Please meet Diesel, one of our newest babies! We will update information as it becomes available. We have reached 73% of our fundraising goal. Please help us get to 100% by donating today. No amount is too small. fundrazr.com/51GEee

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RIP Goldie….

It is with a heavy heart that I have to post our sweet Goldie died today in the loving arms of Rosie. I’m sorry Goldie we couldn’t find you a forever home, but you had more love in the last year than you did before they dumped you at our gate. RIP sweet girl. We will see you at the Rainbow Bridge.

Meet our Goldie. Here in Texas, as many of you know, we have had some very severe storms this spring. Very recently we had a storm with 65 hour wind and during this storm a beautiful soaked female golden mix came to our gate. We quickly took her in and gave her food water and warmth. Signs and internet postings were sent out to try to find her home. That failed and she was taken to the shelter to give her the best chance of being reclaimed. While at the shelter she received shots and no chip was found. We had notified the shelter if no one claimed her we would take her to get well and taken care of until she was adopted. As many of us are used to, no one claimed her. We picked her up, got rid of all the ticks and fleas and now we are working to get her strong and healthy enough to be adopted. She is very underweight at this point and we do not know how old she really is until she gets her vet appointment. She looks like a golden retriever with pointed ears. Goldie is one of the most gentle and quiet dogs you could ever meet. We have introduced her to our nicest dogs and she gets alone great with them. If you have wanted a golden but could not find one or did not want to purchase one Miss Goldie is a fabulous option to consider.

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Shacha

Shacha is beautiful 3-4 year old pure bred Saint Bernard that was an owner surrender. She has a wonderful temperament and gets along with all the dogs she has been introduced to. She has gorgeous freckles and is approximately 100 pounds. She has been loved and cared for her whole life but was surrendered due to her owners medical issues. Shacha is spayed, current on all vaccinations and is heartworm negative. She is house trained . Her favorite thing to do is to snuggle with someone who loves her. She does get on furniture so she can be by your side. If you have wanted a gorgeous girl please consider meeting our Shacha.

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Thank you!

Thank you to everyone that came out to our first St. Cloud’s Rescue Giving Day Meet & Greet and all of the donations from our wonderful supporters!

We appreciate your support so much!!!

Thank you!!!

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Molly has been ADOPTED!

We would like to reintroduce Miss Molly to our St. Cloud’s Rescue family. Approximately 3 years ago we were notified of a one year old Saint mix at the Dallas Animal Shelter that was going to give birth to pups any day. Once we heard this news we went into action and rescued Molly, however, by that time she had already given birth to 12 babies. Several of you are the owners of her babies. A few weeks ago we were notified by the family that had adopted Molly that they were no longer able to keep her. We of course said we would be happy to take Molly back into our rescue. She is a cute as she always was, just a little more mature. She weighs approximately 60 pounds, is spayed, heartworm negative, housetrained, current on vaccinations and great with all dogs. As we knew back then we really did not see Saint Bernard in Molly but were not going to leave her and her babies to be euthanized. She is probably a mixture of Austrian Shepherd and a Hound mix of some sort.

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Ryder has been ADOPTED!

Meet Ryder, one of our newest babies! We will update information as it becomes available. We have reached 73% of our fundraising goal. Please help us get to 100% by donating today. No amount is too small.

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Dally

We would you to meet Miss Dally. She is a purebred shorthaired Saint Bernard that was an owner surrender due to some family issues, in which they were not able to keep her. Dally is 7 years old and has lived with the same family her whole life. She has lived with other Saints and since she has been here at St. Cloud’s she has met many new Saints. She is a very kind and gentle Saint. She is happy just being petted, brushed and loved on. She is completely housetrained, and doesn’t require a crate. Dally has a condition called Addison’s disease which is very controllable as long as you are current on her medication. The drugs that she is on are not very expensive, but her medical conditional requires a committed owner to provide her medications daily as well as a monthly shot. Dally is spayed and current on all vaccinations. Once you look at this gorgeous face and see these wrinkles you will melt. It is like looking at Saint with an English Bulldog face but cuter.

Please donate for Dally’s care at fundrazr.

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