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Bailey has been ADOPTED!

Bailey is ready for Christmas and a new home! Bailey is a 14 week puppy whose adoption fell through. If you are interested in this beauty please fill out an application on our website www.stcloudsrescue.org and email it to Rosie at stcloudsrescue@yahoo.com. Please follow up with a phone call to Rosie at 972-679-5319.

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Christmas with Santa!

Rover Resort has graciously donated their profits from Christmas Pictures with Santa to benefit St Cloud’s Rescue. Saturday, December 9, 2017 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm By appointment only, call 214-544-7387 Please come out and see us! $10 minimum donation Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

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Christmas wishes!

Our Wilson sending Christmas wishes!!! He is so handsome!  

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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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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 […]

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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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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 […]

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Lucky

Lucky is a wonderful, lucky boy because he has wound up at St. Cloud’s Rescue!  As most of you know, we are the Saint Bernard Rescue for the Dallas area and take fabulous care of these dogs that have either been surrendered, lost, abandoned or in shelters. Lucky has had a little bit of all, […]

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Gabby

  Gabby is special, special, female Saint. She was an owner surrender at the age of 8. She has been fully vetted and blood tested and all blood work came back in normal ranges. She is heartworm negative, spayed and is a joy to be around. She is great with other Saints. She is currently […]

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