“Never believe that a few caring people can not change the world.
For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.”
Save a Saint
We are a registered charity so you can be safe in the knowledge that our dogs and support are genuine. You can check us out at the Charity Commission for England & Wales (1171050)”.
Saving Saints Rescue UK – EORI number is GGC-0-061-535
Adopting a Dog
Please click the button below to view our current dogs available for adoption. If you would like to make any enquiries – there is a contact form at the bottom of each page!
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any queries you may have.
Making a donation
Please click the button below or visit our Donate & Support page to make a donation or find out how you can support us with our mission.
There are many ways you can help, for anything else, please send us a message!
Help save Dumbo!
Dumbo was abandoned in the middle of Kilkis in Greece. At the time of his rescue he was being hit by people on sight as they were scared of his big size. Despite this he has never attacked anybody – he is a big bear looking only for cuddles. He has been shot on the right temple and has a swelling, which can be possibly removed with minor surgery.
You think you want a St Bernard?
What we do
We work with rescues and volunteers across Europe to provide the necessary resources to save a dogs life. They can be dogs rescued from family situations, life on the streets or kill shelters.
Pets as therapy
We offer a Pets as Therapy scheme, to help with physical and mental illnesses. Please click on our link in the menu to find out more.
Finding Pets a Home
We will always do our best to find our animals a suitable home. If you have an animal in need of rehoming, please get in touch to find out how we can help!
What Drives Us
- To raise further awareness and educate humans in the psychological and physical welfare issues specifically related to the St Bernard as a breed to encourage responsible breeding and ownership
- To re-home our rescued dogs into a safe and loving environment where they can mutually enjoy a good quality of life with human beings and other animals
- To promote responsible and safe dog ownership and welfare for large breed dogs within the UK and Europe through partnership working with rescues
- To provide pat dog therapy sessions to vulnerable and isolated people in care homes, hospices, hospital settings, mental health units