RESCUE

NO SAINT BERNARD SHOULD EVER BE IN A SHELTER

The Northern New Jersey Saint Bernard Club subscribes to the position that no Saint Bernard should be in a shelter. Saints are people dogs and thrive when they can be close to their people. Unfortunately Saints DO end up in shelters, for a variety of reasons. People get a Saint and then find that it's too big, or drools too much, or there is too much shed fur to clean up.... Whatever the reason too often our gentle giants end up in shelters. One of the missions of this club is to identify shelter bound Saints and match them with people who both have and will devote the time necessary to care for a Saint Bernard.

If you know of a Saint that is in need or someone looking to rescue a Saint please contact
Sandi Paz - Club Rescue Liason at 973-409-4774 or by E - Mail