Moose, picture on the left and Hailey are a bonded pair. Moose is your typical male gorgeous Saint Bernard that follows his girlfriend wherever she goes. He is a gentle soul. They are lost without each other. If you have dreamed of having a bonded pair of very sweet and well-mannered Saints, these two would be a great addition to any family with or without children. Moose weighs approximately 110-120. Moose is neutered, current on all vaccinations, house trained and heartworm negative. We do not believe Moose and Hailey have had an easy life. It is time for them to find a forever home, where they are loved and treated with respect and attention.
In concern for families with small children, we will not adopt a dog to a home with any child under the age of 5. This is due to the large size of Saint Bernards and the safety of your children. Our Saint Bernards are not aggressive or mean in any way, they can just knock down children easily. If you would like to visit our pups please contact St. Clouds Rescue at www.stcloudsrescue.org or call 972-679-5319. The first step in adopting from St. Clouds Rescue is to complete an application. The application may be found OUR WEBSITE at www.stcloudsrescue.org. Please click on the application process, complete and then email it. Once the application has been sent please call us to confirm that we have received it. St.Clouds Rescue maintains the right to deny applications to anyone for any reason we see fit. St. Cloud Rescue is a non-profit 501-c-3 organization. St. Clouds Rescue requires new owners to purchase a one year supply of heartworm preventative from us, which is at cost. We require a home visit prior to all placements. All our dogs must be microchipped at a cost of $20.00. There is a $300.00 donation fee. All dogs adopted through St Clouds Rescue must be indoors. St. Bernards can not tolerate the Texas heat.
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