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St. Bernard puppies and dogs in Denver, Colorado

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Mortimer

St. Bernard Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Male, 3 yrs 9 mos
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hi there!  Mortimer here, checking in after arriving in Colorado! Im between 1 and 2 years old (no one ever told me my real birthday so the nice doctor at the vet's office took a guess) and the rescue people asked me to tell you a little bit about myself. I love tug of war!  I figured i would start with that since its really important that my new home like to play that with me.  I also like to play with other dogs, but can get a little scared if they are super loud and in my face at first.  I am "crate-trained" whatever that means, and enjoy these things called "leash walks" where i get to go out and smell and see new things.  My foster parents say that i have decent leash "manners". I've seen a cat a few times, and wasn't overly interested in it, but i have never lived with one, so I don't know how i would feel about that. I ended up in Colorado after someone dumped me in a very rural part of new Mexico.  A nice lady there found me and gave me food and water and shelter which was very nice, but she couldn't keep me so she found some nice people in Colorado to help me find a new forever home!  If i sound like the kind of dog you would like to hang out with fill out the application below and be sure to mention my name! If you are interested in fostering or adopting Mortimer, please fill out an adoption application at gotdrool.org
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Dixie

St. Bernard

Female, 8 yrs 1 mo
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Story
Dixie and Latigo come to us after their human dad passed and Dixie started escaping the yard on a regular basis. Their human mom recognized that she could not keep them safe and asked us to help. We of course said YES! Things they will need in their new home – a yard with a 6 foot fence. Normally we don’t require fences, but for these two a 6 foot fence is an absolute MUST. They will still try to get over it, but won’t be able to. They are still learning the finer points of being inside dogs, but are doing really well so far! Dixie is definitely the leader with these two – she’s first to try new things and Latigo will follow her. They are also learning about leash manners – and so far are doing really well!
Bonded Pair
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Latigo

St. Bernard

Female, 8 yrs 1 mo
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Story
Dixie and Latigo come to us after their human dad passed and Dixie started escaping the yard on a regular basis. Their human mom recognized that she could not keep them safe and asked us to help. We of course said YES! Things they will need in their new home – a yard with a 6 foot fence. Normally we don’t require fences, but for these two a 6 foot fence is an absolute MUST. They will still try to get over it, but won’t be able to. They are still learning the finer points of being inside dogs, but are doing really well so far! Dixie is definitely the leader with these two – she’s first to try new things and Latigo will follow her. They are also learning about leash manners – and so far are doing really well!
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Chevy/Asher

St. Bernard

Male, 9 yrs 1 mo
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Chevy! Chevy was picked up as a stray in southern Colorado, and after his stray hold was up the shelter contacted us to help. Chevy came in pretty beat up – he had several fly strikes on his muzzle and ears when he was found and was also very underweight. Upon arriving at the shelter, he vomited up several plastic bags, a clear sign he had been surviving on garbage for quite some time. Chevy was adopted and became Asher, unfortunately his adopters had some health issues that meant they could no longer take care of him so he came back to us! His favorite game is race car laps in a yard, so his next home will require a fenced yard. He attaches quickly to his people and wants to protect them, so a family who can help him learn that he doesn’t need to is a must. He also adores cats, so a home with a dog friendly kitty would be an added bonus! He is a champion snuggler who is perfectly happy to hang out with you (on or off the couch) while you binge the latest show. He will help you keep your counters clean of all things edible and check the trash for any wrappers that might have a tidbit on them, so a its important to be mindful of these things. he hasn’t lived with kids but has gotten along with kids that he met out and about.
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Babs

St. Bernard

Female, 2 yrs
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with dogs,
Story
Babs is an absolute sweetheart at 18 months young. She came in after her owner decided her energy no longer matched his own. She is a pretty active girl that needs someone to continue to work on training with her. Her current foster mama says she is very sweet little tornado 🌪 💜. She weighs in around 110 lbs and still needs to be spayed and have her gastropexy before she is ready to be adopted out. However, she is available to meet. She does have some resource guarding we are working through when it comes to food, and she is still learning how to be polite on a leash.
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Jingle

St. Bernard

Female, 3 yrs 6 mos
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
This sweet face comes to us from a Colorado shelter where she was surrendered when her first family was unable to keep her. She is all about the people and will follow you or just hang out while you watch TV or do your thing. On walks she doesn’t dart after squirrels and such, or react to other dogs (other than wanting to say HI!), but she does zig-zag about quite a bit until she settles into a rhythm with you. She’s not a big sniffer on walks, and doesn’t seem comfortable going potty while on a leash, so she will need a fenced yard. She has pooped inside a few times, but we suspect that is just because she wasn’t inside much previously. She doesn’t love her crate, but doesn’t put up a fuss when she is in it. Food isn’t a big motivator for her, but she LOVES to be pet.

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Cooper

St. Bernard Labrador Retriever

Male, Puppy
Greeley, CO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Cooper, Saint Bernard/Lab/Boxer, 9 months, 60 lbs. Housebroken. Cooper is a friendly, happy, high energy, pup. He has had some leash training and basic obedience but needs more work as he gets distracted easily because of his young age. He loves to ride, is crate trained and is good with most dogs. We are looking for a home with someone home most of the time and possibly another younger dog for companionship. His owners decided they don’t have the time to give him what he needs and want him to have an active home with someone around most of the time to continue his training. Courtesy listing. Call Cindy 970-353-1385

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Mae

Anatolian Shepherd Great Pyrenees

Female, 3 yrs 6 mos
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Mae Anatolian Shepherd/Pyrenees Mix Female 3 years old 93 lbs Hi, I’m Mae! I’m the ultimate companion for all your Colorado adventures, and I’ll curl up with you on the couch for lots of snuggles once the day is over. I’m such a love and I can’t wait to find a forever home of my very own! I’m a calm and easygoing dog with the people I know and love and am very gentle with little people. I enjoy rambling in the snow, camping trips, and hiking, and I’m also great company if you’d rather spend the day reading or working from home. I have an easy going way about me at home and I always love being with my people. I’m also crate-trained, but I don’t usually need one at home because I’m a well-behaved pup. I’m potty trained as well! I do need a home with a fenced yard (and a quieter environment overall) so please no apartments for me please! You can count on me to be your best friend and loyal companion! While I am really comfortable with those I know and love, I am a guardian breed and am naturally wary of new people, especially new people that visit my home. I do best being introduced to new people outside of my home (and even then, I need someone to go slow with me and understand that meeting new people isn’t the easiest for me.) However, I do great with other people and dogs in neutral environments like parks. I’m a very loyal pup to my humans and that sometimes results in me being overprotective to someone outside of my “trust circle” I’d do best in a quieter environment where we don’t have a ton of new visitors and my human doesn’t need or expect me to meet new people a lot in general. I also can get really overwhelmed out of the home where I feel like I need to defend my humans (for example, at a brewery) and I have nipped at new people in those situations. Therefore, I’ll thrive in a home where my human has a quieter lifestyle overall and can consider what situations I will do best in outside of the home. I usually do really well on a leash. But, occasionally I see a dog I don’t like and I am a big girl! So I will need an adopter who is able to manage a big dog on leash when I’m pulling (and a harness is very important for me!) I have done well meeting dogs out and about on walks but I’ve never lived with a dog so I can’t share how I’d do with another dog in the home. I do need a cat free home! Are you ready for the most loyal, loving dog friend? Please learn more about the adoption process and fill out an application at https://pawsco.org/adopt/adoption-process. You can also contact my friends at PawsCo at adopt@pawscoadoptions.org if you have questions. I look forward to meeting you! "PawsCo is committed to helping me thrive with my new family, so they will sponsor up to three virtual training sessions with our training partner GoodPup to help me settle into my new home!"

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Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

P.O. Box 103034, Denver, CO 80250

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Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

P.O. Box 103034, Denver, CO 80250

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Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

P.O. Box 103034, Denver, CO 80250

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Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

P.O. Box 103034, Denver, CO 80250

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Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

P.O. Box 103034, Denver, CO 80250

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Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue

P.O. Box 103034, Denver, CO 80250

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Homeward Bound Rescue of Colorado

Greeley, CO 80634

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