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St. Bernard

Tiny the Saint Bernard - 5/9/16

Tiny the Saint Bernard has made the executive decision that he isn't leaving...he's staying put...because it was clearly meant to be forever with his foster mom now forever mom, Melinda, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma! He joins Miss Lilly Put Put the Boxer and Helix the Mastiff who was also a foster failure from BDHPI. He's come so far from the dog that first arrived and will now be a wonderful example for future foster dogs that come through their doors!

Frankie - Saint Bernard - SENIOR

Howdy-do, my name is Frankie! I’m a 7-year-old, 106.8 lb, smooth-coated St. Bernard. I’m good with dogs, cats and kids – they’re all playmates to me and despite my age, I am still quite a playful guy. I love to run around with other puppies and get them to play -- I'm like a spry 4 year old! I am considered a total sweetheart, although I can be scared of strangers at first.

Moose - Saint Bernard

I'm glad this rescue is called Big Dogs Huge Paws, because that's exactly what I am - a big boy with big feet. My name is Moose, and I'm a middle aged, male, Saint Bernard. I came from a tough situation where my owner could no longer take care of me, then I found myself living temporarily with five other dogs, but some of them are pretty tiny. Like really small. Being I'm a big fella, it was hard to watch out for them all the time, you know?

Bear the Saint Bernard - 4/2/16

Aren't happy endings great? It's me, Bear the Saint Bernard here, to tell you about mine. Seth and Lyndsay from Kansas City, Missouri have adopted me. They know all about giant breeds, and they have one Bernese Mountain Dog currently - his name is Gus. I hear Gus is very mellow and loves to play with other dogs, so I look forward to lots and lots of playtime with my new brother!

Harry & Lloyd the Saint Bernards - 3/14/16

Hi!  Harry and Lloyd here, just checking in.  Wanted to let everyone know that we've been adopted by Greg and Lisa of Aurora, Colorado!  It was a hard life wandering the streets before coming to BDHP, but now we get a warm house and a family to love us and take care of us!  Our family has two children who we'll get to play and exercise with, so that will be fun!  They also have this thing called a cat – we aren't too familiar with those things, but we're sure we'll get along.&

Bernie - Saint Bernard

My name is Bernie, and I am a sweet, shy girl that was found wandering around the countryside. A nice family was kind enough to take me in while they looked for my owners but had no luck so I ended up at the local shelter and I was very scared there. Now, I am happy to report that I am in a foster home and I am a honey once I feel comfortable with you, says my foster mom.

Denali the Saint Bernard - 1/15/16

Sometimes, pairings just work out the right way, don't they? I, Denali the Saint Bernard, lost my home when my beloved former owner passed away. Catelyn from Denver, Colorado chose to adopt me after she recently moved into a home and needed a big dog to love, as she was missing her family's Bernese Mountain Dog (and two Shih-Tzus) that she used to live with.

Jacquelyn - Saint Bernard - PENDING ADOPTION

Jacquelyn is a 5-6 year old, Tri-Colored, beautiful Saint Bernard. She was picked up by animal control after being abandoned and locked in a vacant house for some time. Luckily, a concerned neighbor came to the rescue and she now has a much brighter future ahead of her! You see, Jacquelyn was incredibly filthy and matted and the groomer had to shave her down completely and start over.

Charlie the Saint Bernard - 1/3/16

Well there is no more, “sorry Charlie” excuses for me, not after finding my forever home with Lana in Highlands Ranch, CO. I’m not really sure why my previous owner gave me up, but thanks to BDHP I have a new forever home with Lana and her kids Evan and Ashley. I have some previous experience with kids so I am excited to have them back in my life especially since I am the only dog in the family.

Nana the Saint Bernard & Bailey the Saint Bernard/Great Pyrenees Mix - 12/5/15

Giant sized congratulations to the bonded pair Bailey and Nana! They have a new home in Aurora, Colorado. It is a wonderful home with parents, Ken and Melissa, and a 16 year old human brother, Jamie. These people already know about hair and drool because they already have two Saint Bernards! That’s right, there will be FOUR Saint Bernards under one roof! This is truly a special family to open their hearts to two giants at the same time.