No need to reply to this, but if you and yours could spare a few positive and quiet thoughts. A big oaf wandered into our lives this afternoon. She is a young St Bernard who has wandered off from somewhere. As sweet as can be but a real lummox. Jake and Rosie are not impressed. In fact since Charlie put the monster into the back yard for the night, they are scared spitless (as well as hissless) Said much overgrown puppy isn't helping matters as it seems she is scared of the dark and wants in. And lets us know by barking, and bumping the sliding glass door. To which all the neighbors dogs have submitted their replies.
I just want everyone to go to sleep!
I hope in the morning I can convince Charlie that it would not be cruel and inhumane to take her to the animal shelter. They are more likely to find her family quickly than we are, and if they don't I can't imagine that it would be hard to find another family to love her. At least two members of our household are not impressed. Jo

"Dogs may have kept us company on the hunt, but it was the cats who insisted we invent houses and discover fire." Khiem Tran
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No need to reply to this, but if you and yours could spare a few positiveand quiet thoughts. A big ... that it would be hard tofind another family to love her. At least two members of our household are notimpressed.

Aww, poor big baby. Purrs that she is soon reunited with her family.

Marina, Frank and Nikki
marina (dot) kurten (at) pp (dot) inet (dot) fi
Purrs for a good night sleep and for the gentle (?) giant to find a good home.

Victor M. Martinez
http://www.che.utexas.edu/~martiv
A big oaf wandered into our lives this
afternoon. She is a young St Bernard who has wandered off from somewhere. As sweet as can be but a ... be hard to find another family to love her. At least two members of our household are not impressed. Jo

Aww! I've always loved that breed, huge though they are. Put a cask of brandy around her neck and send her back out to the neighborhood... someone who likes to imbibe will consider her a gift from Dog! (just kidding)

Make sure the pound is a no-kill shelter. Someone probably lost the bumbling beast due to carelessness. I mean, how on earth do you lose a St. Bernard?!
Jill
Such a d-pet is so beautiful..but I've only seen a few in my lifetime..they are utterly miserable down here in the tropics, so hairy and it's so hot and humid here..not their ideal element for permanent residence.

A big oaf wandered into our lives this
> afternoon. She is a young St Bernard who has wandered off from > somewhere. As sweet as can be but a real lummox. Jake and Rosie are > not impressed. In fact since Charlie put the monster into the back > yard for the night, they are scared spitless (as well as hissless) > Said much overgrown puppy isn't helping matters as it seems she is > scared of the dark and wants in. And lets us know by barking, and > bumping the sliding glass door. To which all the neighbors dogs have > submitted their replies.
> I just want everyone to go to sleep!
> I hope in the morning I can convince Charlie that it would not be > cruel and inhumane to take her to the animal shelter. They are more > likely to find her family quickly than we are, and if they don't I > can't imagine that it would be hard to find another family to love > her. At least two members of our household are not impressed. > Jo
Aww! I've always loved that breed, huge though they are. Put a cask of
brandy around her neck and send her back out to the neighborhood... someone
who likes to imbibe will consider her a gift from Dog! (just kidding) Make sure the pound is a no-kill shelter. Someone probably lost the bumbling beast due to carelessness. I mean, how on earth do you lose a St.
Bernard?!
Jill
No need to reply to this, but if you and yours could spare a few positive and quiet thoughts. A ... be hard to find another family to love her. At least two members of our household are not impressed. Jo

Wow. A missing St. Bernard would be pretty unusual. I bet it will be pretty easy to find her owner. I hope you do. Poor thing. They are pretty sweet dogs, I think. Well, the one I met sure was. Sloppy but sweet.

Karen
Ya'll are really kind to help this not-so-little pup; sending our purrs that you can resolve his plight successfully.
love and hugs,
Christine
No need to reply to this, but if you and yours could spare a few positiveand quiet thoughts. A big ... that it would be hard tofind another family to love her. At least two members of our household are notimpressed.

Aww, poor doggy. I love those types of dog, but even if I could adopt her, our climate is not suited to big hairy dogs. Still, I have never met a St Bernard that wasn't gentle and friendly (or English sheepdog for that matter) and I do so hope she finds her owners (the old ones or some new ones) very soon. Wags and licks from Fluffy, I'm sure they'd be best friends - after all, they'd have a brain cell between them.

Yowie
No need to reply to this, but if you and yours could spare a few positiveand quiet thoughts. A big ... company on the hunt, but it was the cats who insisted we invent houses and discover fire." Khiem Tran

special d*ggie purrs enroute. My sister once rescued a big gentle d*g who was wandering the streets and ended up incorporating him successfully into her multi-cat household. They all got on so well that after the d*g crossed the bridge, my sister and her family actually adopted another one. Brenda
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