I'm being cared for by: Saint Bernard Rescue Group - Maryland
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Heidi
Breed: St. Bernard
Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
already spayed, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
\Heidi is a wonderful dog. She would make a great addition to any family. She has filled my home with love for 3 1/2 years, however she has not adjusted well to my new baby... so a home with no children under 13 would be best for her. Heidi loves to be with us, doesn't matter if it is for long walks, car rides or even just sitting around watching movies all day. When we are out we leave disney on for her but she rather we would be with her so Heidi is always excited to see you when you get home so you'd need to make time to give her lots of love when you walk in the door. Heidi loves sweets... her favorite treat is candy corn and frozen cream puffs (that's only sometimes). She doesn't like hard treats she will spit them ouy, so you have to get the soft ones. Heidi wants to be as close to you as possible, she loves to be rubbed, brushed and talked to -- we normally are talking to her all day long! Heidi had the run of my house she is allowed on the furniture and she thinks the chair and a half is hers. Heidi really doesn't lay on dog beds even though she has had a few she rather just lay on the sofa or bed. Heidi is a bed hog and needs a pillow for her head... she is spoiled... I would have it any other way. Heidi doesn't like being in a cage so that can't ever happen. Since she can't be in a cage when she gets groomed she needs the express service where they don't cage her and it is bettet to go to the same person each time because she gets nervous when you leave her. Heidi is house broken and has been to training (however she hasn't been listening since the baby) Heidi does take medicine for her anxiety, she was a rescue when I got her and she has separation anxiety --- it has gotten better though with all the love and attention she gets! Heidi doesn't tend to play with toys she has a bunch but doesn't seem to mess with them. Heidi does eat socks, will swallow then whole so you want to make sure to put them away. Heidi is Full of love, and it breaks my heart I will have to find her a new home. If you are interested in this sweet girl, please contact Keturah at 503-383-1457 or email email@example.com..
We are very straight forward. We charge low adoption fees if any, to ensure we can reach the best possible adopters. XXL breed dogs are often left in shelters or euthanized due to their size, we look to be a rescue that specializes in these breeds because of this.
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Typical Adoption Fees range from $0- $150 depending upon the depth of vetting needed for the rescue.
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Please visit our facebook page at : https://www.facebook.com/saintbernardrescuegroup/
Our Adoption Process...
We require any adopters to fill out a adoption application, agree to a home check, and to sign a adoption contract prior to adopting any of our rescues. In addition, we may periodically conduct home checks through out the year to ensure the family and their new pet are adjusting well. All dogs are co-owned by the rescue and our rescue offers no charge pet sitting for your new rescue when you go out of town.
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