"Never believe that a few caring people can not change the world.
For, indeed, that's all who ever have."
Save a Saint
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 Zizi!
Many of you have seen the story of Daisy (who was Zizi) rescued from Egypt in June. She has become very ill in the last 2 weeks with an infection and this required over £1,000 of vet treatment. If anyone could donate anything towards this we would be very grateful as it isn't covered by insurance. Her family have done a fantastic job of giving Daisy a fighting chance and we are very grateful to them.
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