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  • Bernese Mountain Dog Dog For Adoption in San Francisco, CA, USA

    Triton/Treas...

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    Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog / Shepherd (short coat). Please contact jessamy (jessamychn@gmail.com) for more information about this pet. Rescuer initial JC Triton, 2 ½ year, neuter male, 40lb, Rottweiler mix Hello, my name is Triton. Life on street were very tough, and worse than that one day I was beaten severely by someone who used a stick. Blood was all over my hind leg. I was in a lot of pain. A gentle and kind lady saw me, I knew she was my savior, despite my pain, I greet her with enthusiasm. She rush me to the hospital. From that on, my life changed. With a lot of TLC, I completely recover from my injury. I am always very eager to please, but I do pee when I get excited. My foster mom wants me to be perfect before finding me a home, so she sent me to Uncle Brent in San Jose to learn how to have more confidence and not to pee when excited. Uncle Brent has been really good to me, he is also a very good and famous trainer, I leaned so much for being with him. Now I am completely ready, please take me home and give me a chance, I will be the best companion you could ever ask for. Please visit www.ahan.org to view my video and fill out an online application if you like to meet me. I am in San Francisco. Triton's Story : http://youtu.be/ml6-ZXacC0s
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  • Bernese Mountain Dog Dog For Adoption in Pacolet, SC, USA

    Zurich

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    rescue
    Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog (long coat). Adoption Fee: $200. Thank you for your interest in dog who needs a new home. Adoption can be one of the most fulfilling experiences in your life and especially in the life of your new canine companion. A note to those looking at CPR. We have no perfect dogs - but many of our dogs have proven to be perfect for a certain someone. Our job is to find those someone's. Our most successful adopters come to CPR not because they want a dog. They come to us because they want to give a dog a home. We urge all of our potential adopters not to fall in love with a picture. While we like to know what you like in looks, a dog is more than a pretty face. Our goal is to match you with the best possible pet for you and your home. We want to create furever families. Our descriptions contain all that we know about this dog today. We'll update as more information is known. Are you looking to adopt within the next 30 days? If so please visit our webpage at www.carolinapoodlerescue.org and complete the application. You'll find it in the menu on the left hand side. You'll also find a total listing of all our dogs available. Just browsing but interested in poodles and poodle mixes? Please drop a note to applications@carolinapoodlerescue.org with your name, address and phone # and email. We'll add you to our mailing list. thanks the CPR Adoption team I'm different. Date into Rescue: 2/24/2017 Reason for being in rescue: Zurich was owned by a breeder who works with CPR. She noted that Zurich did not have the normal Bernese temperament and had some health challenges she did not want passed on and asked CPR if they would consider her for our SOS program. We appreciate breeders breeding only the best but also understanding that life is precious, all life, and that Zurich needed a chance. We're giving it to her. Zurich is indeed very special. Now that we've got a diagnosis, we're going to spend some time seeing if a home can be found and if not, Zurich will join the SOS ranks as our second largest very special lady. (Stella the Great Dane has top spot). Foster location: Dreamweaver Farms, Pacolet SC Special Needs? Zurich has a number of very special conditions: **Zurich has glomerula disease, common in her breed. For more information on this condition visit :http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/glomerular-disease-dogs . To help her, Zurich takes enalapril 20 mg once per day. Cost at 1-800-petmeds is .52 cents per day. **Zurich is very nervous and unsure of the world. She takes trazadone to "take the edge off." We've found that trazadone helps Zurich relax and enjoy her surroundings more. Cost of trazadone at Wal Mart is approximately $4 per month Weight: 77 lbs Height: About 28" at the shoulder Adoption Fee: $200 Fence needed? yes without exception What kind of home would be best for me? Zurich's best home will be one with a securely fenced in yard and a doggie door. She has chronic diarrhea from any sort of stressful situation and needs access outside regularly. However, she does NOT need to be an outside only dog and our contract states Zurich will be an inside girl. She needs to see and be around humans to continue her trust of us. She's come a long way in that department and she has farther to go. She would also benefit from a companion dog large or small. The most wonderful sight in the world I've seen with Zurich is her snuggled with a shih tzu sneaking a peek at us from her perch on Zurich's back. She has a nurturing side with puppies and dogs who have need. A note on cats - we are unsure how Zurich would be with cats in the home. We cannot currently take her out of her comfort zone and test her around cats. We will continue to work on her socialization and try her with cats again in the future. What is my personality like? Zurich has not one aggressive bone in her body. Despite her massive size, she is a gentle giant. Now that she has her trazadone we're even seeing a bit of a playful size. When it's time to come in our out, she is learning to bounce with excitement. It's a joy to watch her. Zurich is totally routine oriented. If you break her routine, if something changes, she gets nervous and that is when the diarrhea happens. She needs a very simple protein diet, chicken and rice works well. Right now we have her on grain free chicken and rice. She does not need canned food on it. She gets dry only with some water, no canned food it gives her the runs. She can have simple treats like milk bones or most chicken based treats. She can't have pupperoni, much beef based or rabbit. All of that causes massive diarrhea. Chicken hot dogs work especially to take her pills. Note she does not like the taste of the trazadone so we have to trick with yummy stuff. You can melt the trazadone in some food with water and that works. Zurich does love to eat but she can get a bit picky. I think she knows what upsets her tummy. How I act when I first meet new people: Extremely timid and shy. House trained? Zurich avoids peeing or pooping inside but because she sleeps inside at night, we're training her to hit her pee pads at night. She is really good about this. And yes it's one big pee pad. Fortunately her area is all solid floors that are easy to clean. A tile floor would be ideal. Or a doggie door where she can go out at night into a securely fenced area. My age: Estimated birth date 1/26/2012 Please note - we do not ship dogs. If you are interested in adopting, please take a look at the distance between the foster home location and your location and make sure you are willing to make that trip. To apply, please visit our webpage at www.carolinapoodlerescue.org and visit the tab on the left that directions you to the online application. Please note that when screening applications, we look at the entire home and then make suggestions based on what would be a good fit for your home. You are not being screened for a specific dog although we are looking to see what type of dog interests you - poodles or non poodles, color, age, etc. Others here may be a better fit for you. It is very difficult to get to know a living animal from a picture and a short description. Since we are constantly getting in new dogs, this may be a dog not in our listings yet. We want you to be very happy with your new companion and will make suggestions based on what you tell us about you. You can also read our adoption tips page for hints and helps on adopting a rescued dog. http://www.carolinapoodlerescue.org/AdoptionTips.shtml or for general information on Carolina Poodle Rescue, please visit our FAQs - http://www.carolinapoodlerescue.org/FAQGeneral.shtml Please note - we do not ship dogs. If you are interested in adopting, please take a look at the distance between the foster home location and your location and make sure you are willing to make that trip. Most of our dogs are at our farm in Pacolet, South Carolina. To apply, please visit our webpage at www.carolinapoodlerescue.org and visit the tab on the left that directions you to the online application. Please note that when screening applications, we look at the entire home and then make suggestions based on what would be a good fit for your home. You are not being screened for a specific dog although we are looking to see what type of dog interests you - poodles or non poodles, color, age, etc. Others here may be a better fit for you. It is very difficult to get to know a living animal from a picture and a short description. Since we are constantly getting in new dogs, this may be a dog not in our listings yet. We want you to be very happy with your new companion and will make suggestions based on what you tell us about you. Thank you for considering CPR.
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  • Bernese Mountain Dog Dog For Adoption in Pittsburg, CA, USA

    Schivo Vegas...

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    rescue
    Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Senior
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog (long coat). Umbrella of Hope "Be Our Pet" 7 yr old, 120 lb Bernese Mountain Dog -- HOSPICE ***Schivo is in his forever foster-hospice ("fospice") home and he will not be moved out of it for any reason. He is listed in an effort to bring awareness to the need for hospice foster homes as well as to solicit donations from Berner lovers for his care. Donations can be made online at www.paypal.me/UOH and are tax-deductible Tax ID # 45-4103375 UPDATE 8/15/2017 -- Schivo has passed away - details below*** Welcome our newest hospice dog, Schivo*. Schivo comes to us from San Jose Animal Care Center via San Jose Animal Advocates and Tails of a Shelter Vet Schivo is a 7 yr old, 120 lb Bernese Mountain Dog. Schivo was purchased as a puppy from a breeder and lived his 7 years being the loyal friend to his family until they did the ultimate betrayal and dumped him at the shelter to be euthanized. He gave them seven years of love and they threw him away. Threw him away like trash. Why? Well, they dumped Schivo at the shelter because he "had cancer" and "wasn't eating"... well, we know the not eating part was a lie because he hasn't stopped eating since he got to his forever foster home. As far as the cancer, well... we have not been able to track down any vet records that prove this as they were not surrendered with him. We have a hard time believing that "metastatic splenic histocytic sarcoma" just rolled off the tip of the tongue of the people dumping him but we also have a hard time believing that anyone who would spend the kind of money to have cancer that specifically diagnosed would do their loyal, loving, HAPPY dog the disgrace of dumping him at a shelter to be euthanized. Had his quality of life deteriorated to the point where he needed to be euthanized, the diagnosing veterinarian should have had zero issues with helping Schivo cross the bridge. But here we are. And there is not a nice way of cushioning what they did or why they did it. We were arranging the pickup of a 16 yr old chihuahua (to be introduced tomorrow) and we were asked if we possibly had room for him. Well, it just so happens that a good friend of Umbrella of Hope has a Berner of her own (see Elena the Berner in picture number 4 next to Schivo). And she just so happened to be able to go pick up Schivo and the chihuahua at the shelter. And so here we are. So, Schivo is safe with Elena, her mom and the rest of the pack and he will be well taken care of whether that be for one week or one year. He is fostered-hospiced-adopted into Casa Elena. But, it turns out that 120 lb dogs eat a LOT of food. And need a lot of supplies, toys, treats, beds and grooming. And take large amounts of pain meds for their bad hips. We also may have to pursue some diagnostics if we cannot track down any medical records that show that Schivo does indeed have cancer. And if he does have cancer, we will need to be able to provide him with excellent comfort care and end of life services when that time arises (with dignity AT his foster home TYVM). So, any donations that you want to point our way can be sent to us several ways and will be put to GOOD use. You can point tangible supply donations from our Amazon Wish List http://a.co/g0gahAc or you can make a monetary donation (put in memo "For Schivo") at www.paypal.me/UOH or you can mail a check to our attention to 4040 Railroad Blvd, Pittsburg, CA 94565. All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law and our Tax ID is 45-4103375. *At Umbrella of Hope, we strongly believe in the motto of "New Life; New Name"... Schivo responds nicely to the name we gave him and has put his old life and old name behind him. We will not give his old owners the dignity of posting it as he has seemed to have forgotten both it and them. #startastoryadopt #shelterpetlove #bernesemountaindog #berner UPDATE: Farewell, Schivo... 'As I stand on the mountaintop, the great bird approaches. He is small in my sight, but grows larger on approach until I am blessed with the full sight of his graceful wings, proud countenance and good company. All too quickly, he grows small again on the horizon and disappears from view. And I call out, "Look, there. He's gone." Gone from my sight, that is all. His diminished size is in me, not in him. Because there are other mountaintops beyond me. And at the precise moment when I note the great bird's departure from my view, I know there are new eyes taking up the sight of him. And fresh voices calling out, "Here he comes!" '* Thank you, sweet Schivo, for giving us the beauty of your presence and allowing us to give you back the dignity that was taken from you. You gave us more than we could ever give you in return. Say hello to our many friends who have gone before you and wait for us. We will miss you, forever. Although our veterinarians were never able to find any signs of cancer in Schivo, he did have horrific hips and was having extreme difficulty in walking. We had reached the point where multiple veterinarians were struggling to manage his pain levels and as of Monday he had lost the ability to stand. We were unable to watch him suffer any longer. Please send your thoughts towards his foster/hospice mom, Sarah. She slept on the floor with him the last two weeks and according to her he made an amazing "little spoon". She is hurting this morning because she loved him like her own and they bonded greatly in the short time they were together. Your donations made it possible for him to have an orthopedic bed, gripper socks and mats, vet care, super strength pain medication in incredibly large doses, the best food ever and he was able to exit this world in his home beside his mom as we had a veterinarian come to them to help him pass. (This was after a day of several gourmet hamburgers and after eating a plate of steak, potato chips and chocolate as his last meal**). Memorial donations can be made at www.paypal.me/UOH and will be used towards the care of future hospice animals. *The exact author of the poem is unknown. It is most certainly based on A Parable of Immortality by Henry Van Dyke and a similar poem was read by the character of Dr Garrett Macy on the TV show Crossing Jordan. We are unsure where this exact version came from but do not take any credit for it's wording. **Dogs should not eat steak, potato chips or chocolate unless it is their last meal on Earth, and then all bets are off. Umbrella of Hope is a non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals off death row from local shelters. We offer rebates of adoption fees after completion of obedience classes and CGC titles. Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet. Some of our senior animals have sponsorships for their food/vet care/medicine for the rest of their life at our vet in Pittsburg, CA (94565) Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service. Other retired public servants, please let us know what career you retired from and we can let you know if we offer any discounts for your adoption Please send an email to the Umbrella Of Hope Animal Director with any inquiries at beourpet@gmail.com. Detailed emails will be answered first. We thank Maddie's Fund for their sponsorship, Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services, Lovely Grooming for our grooming needs, and Delta Dog Camp for training. We thank Memoirs of a Dog and Share the Joy Photography for the beautiful portraits of many of our animals and a special thanks to volunteer photographers Barbara, Kristy, Christine and Natalie. Please support these businesses for supporting rescue! Umbrella of Hope is a non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals off death row from local shelters. We offer rebates after completion of obedience classes and CGC titles. Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. Please send an email to the Umbrella Of Hope Animal Director at beourpet@gmail.com with any inquiries. Detailed emails will be answered first.
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