found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
St. Bernards share a history with the Swiss Mountain Dog; we were all working dogs: herding and most famously, search and rescue. I could do a ton of puns on the word ‘rescue’: I am in a rescue, needing rescue (life is based on irony), waiting to be rescued by a rescu-ee who loves big dogs and gentle eyes. I could go on and on, but no one likes someone who tries too hard....and puns can be ‘trying.’
Another quote based upon my name I decided NOT to use: To the Victor go the spoils. My mind went to dark places: spoiled food, spoiled bones, spoiled snooty, snotty dogs. No, no, no, no. I, Victor, desire Victory: over loneliness, over fear, over hunger. I desire companionship, gentle hands stroking my big, ginormous head, commitment to my health and well-being: now that is Victory for Victor.
Confession: I love this picture taken by Tess. It highlights my special colorations, lovely hazel eyes, and soft expression. You can fall in love with a picture. It’s been done before. It can happen again.
My breed was known for rescue. Now it’s your turn. Rescue me, love me, take me home, be sweet and kind and loving. And I will give it all back to you thrice-fold. It’s in my nature. And my heritage.
So I lumber around Ahimsa checking out all the wee doggies, seeing if any of them need rescuing (they DO get underfoot!). So call on your good nature and fill out an app. You know you want to. Come on now. Act on your instinct. Rescue Victor and know real Victory.
approx. DOB: March 2013
Act quickly to adopt Victor. Pets at this Rescue Group may be held for only a short time.