BREED: Saint Bernard
GENDER: Female (spayed)
COLOR: Tri-colored (white, brown, black)
BIO: Hi there, please meet Dora. Dora is a lively, lovable, good natured, five year old female St. Bernard that will absolutely make your heart melt. Dora was surrendered to Making Miracles Animal Rescue along with a couple of other St. Bernards. She was adopted out once, but regretfully and tearfully was returned due to allergy problems in the family. Dora is a real snuggle bug and is looking to snuggle her way into your heart and home. Dora is a quiet, friendly big ball of fluff who absolutely loves people. Dora is housetrained, microchipped, UTD on all vaccinations and heartworm negative. Dora will make some lucky family very happy and bring plenty of fun and entertainment to a variety of homes. Are you that lucky family? Dora loves going for walks and does exceptionally well on leash. Dora is not a very needy girl, but you must make time to spend with her. You would have to meet Dora to see and appreciate what a captivating lady she is. We would love to see this beauty finally find her own forever home. She has such a wonderful personality and just wants to please you. She is a hunka, hunka burning love. Dora gets along great with people and size appropriate children. This is a courtesy post for Making Miracles Animal Rescue (aka Sanilac Scoopers), please fill out our online application and we will make sure it is forwarded to the appropriate parties. WE have previously found loving homes for quite a few St. Bernards in the past, and are hoping to be able to do the same for Dora. You MUST have a completely fenced and secure yard (not electric or invisible) in order to adopt her. She is currently being fostered in Imlay City, MI.
**UPDATE: Dora was adopted 2/18/18 by a phenomenal couple that drove down from McHenry, IL.