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Facts about Connor

  • Breed: St. Bernard
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 5342026

My name is Connor!

St. Bernard Dog for adoption in Phoenix, Arizona - Connor
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Connor's Info...

I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.

Connor's Story...

Take a look at this handsome big boy!  This is our boy Connor!  He came to us after his family lost their home and had to move into an apartment – he is definitely NOT an apartment dog so sadly they had to give him up.  Poor Connor is sad to have lost his family but we know he’ll find a great new family to give all his love to.  Connor is housebroken, great in the car and awesome on a leash – which is a very good thing because with his size if he decided to go one direction when the person walking him wants to go another, he would win J  He is a big boy but with all the stress lately he’s lost some weight but will gain it all back once he’s settled. His favorite thing is to lean his big body against you, pin you to a spot where you HAVE to pet him – he loves to be touched.  He is good with children but because of his size older children are recommended.  Connor is also a very polite boy and does great in a house.  He knows basic commands and listens very well.  Take a look at those sweet eyes – you can even see all the love he has to give.  If you are interested in Connor, please do some research on this giant breed BEFORE you fill out an application.  Know that he will shed, AND slobber all year around.  Because he has a long coat, regular brushing is very important.  Also, he will eat more than an average large dog so consider the expense of his regular upkeep.  Having said all that, this awesome boy is worth every penny and a complete joy to have around!  For more information on Connor please call Toni at            602-686-4158  or email azbullygirl@q.com



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About Little Rascals Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Little Rascals Rescue is a foster based 501c3 non profit animal rescue founded on the belief that a few caring people can make a difference in many animals lives. In Maricopa county alone 900 animals are euthanized a week. That number is way too high and through the effort of rescue groups like ourselves we believe we can make an impact on the lives of the many animals being euthanized daily. We live by the mantra 1 adopted and 2 saved, meaning every time someone adopts an animal from us we go pick up another off the euthanasia list, so thats 2 lives you save by adopting one animal. Our group is dedicated to saving the animals other rescue groups just can't save, mainly the medical and behavioral cases. That doesn't mean we won't have plenty of highly adoptable animals also.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption day every Sunday at Petco I17 & Happy Valley 2501 W. Happy Valley from 11am-6pm. We always have dogs, cats and lots of kittens to meet. Come out and see who's personality suits your family best. Or visit our website at www.littlerascalsrescue.com for animals, stories, pictures, up coming events or just to see whats new.
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Our Adoption Process...

Find the animal you like, well its time to meet them. Call the contact number on the bottom of the bio. Set up a meeting time and place, and see if the personality of the cat or the dog fits into your family. To adopt a animal you need to fill out our application. After we take a look at that its just a contract taking ownership of the animal. We have a 10 day full refund trial period to make sure your new family member fits with the whole family. After the 10 days, we will always take back the animal if you are no longer able to care for them for any reason.