Miss Cuddles

Cuddles came from a high kill shelter where her time was almost up. We believe Cuddles to be half Great Pyrenese and half St. Bernard, however, that may not be the correct breeds. She has very long and thick beautiful hair and enjoys being brushed and loved on. Her favorite thing to do is to ride on the golf cart sitting right next to you being cuddled (that is how she got her name). She has beautiful perfect white teeth and we estimate her to be between one and two years old. She does not have double dew claws but sure looks like a Great Pry coat.

Cuddles enjoys most dogs but sometimes it takes her a little while to warm up to a new friend. She is completely house trained, spayed, current on all shots and heart worm negative. If you are needing a cuddle or a hug in your life please consider meeting our Miss Cuddles.

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Eileen Where is cuddles living now? And what does it mean that she takes a wile to warm up to other dogs? Does she growl or fight or remain aloof? She looks like sweetheart.

Vicki Taylor Is cuddles still available for adoption?

seoguest (Ali) No, I’m afraid she was adopted long ago and I forgot to take the post down…so sorry…

Patricia Bay I am coming in 2 days to visit my sister.
I used to have a St. Bernard/Collins mix when raising my children.
I am now a grandmother of 12 and raising my 16 yrs.old twin grandsons.
I do already have 3 small dogs of which on of them, the pug/poodle has adopted one of the twins but the other 2 small dogs seem to be solely mine.
The other twin would love to have a dog just for him.
I have had these boys going on 10 yrs.
They came from living in a drug house (no bed, blanket etc) and very abused.
It has taken a lot of love and constant care to bring them around.
We have a fetched in yard, take our (all pound babies) for walks daily-weather permitting.
Please let me know if you have a St.Bernard mix dog to adopt.
Thank you

seoguest (Ali) Thank you for your story and interest! Please fill out our application and then follow up with a phone call to Rosie @‭(972) 679-5319‬. You’ll need to set up a meeting time with her.
Thank you!
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