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Gladiator: Gannicus (Thor)   

In shelter Dog

Aurora, IN, 47001
Pet name:
Gladiator: Gannicus (Thor)
Saint Bernard
Brown / Chocolate
5 year old Saint Bernard / Shep mix and is approximately 90 pounds. 

Thor is a hunka hunka doofy mega mutt. This adorable galoop of a dog is one of my absolute favorites. He was one of the first litters that we got into rescue about 2 months after we opened our doors (2017) and his owners returned him to us because they werent financially able to provide him with what he needed. 

Thor is the absolute sweetest if a little bit slobbery, canine companion. He is amazing with people, cats and dogs and welcomes everyone into your home with an eager friendly demeanor. He is crate trained, potty trained and has good house manners, although when he is excited or winded from activity he does slobber some. 

Thor enjoys freedom and would be happiest in a home with a fenced in yard or active family that would take him hiking or to a dog park. He doesnt need another dog but does enjoy their companionship. He rides well in a car and doesnt get car sick. As long as he gets to meet his exercise requirements he is calm in the house and does a good job entertaining himself.

If you are interested in meeting and/or adopting this baby, please fill out an application. They currently are fixed, up to date on shots, wormings, preventatives and are microchipped (with lifetime registration). Adoption fee is $200 with approved application, applications can be filled out at this link. .We cannot guarantee breed or size when full grown.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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