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New!! Stylish, outdoorsy, paracord bracelets customized for the Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation. Made from nylon paracord, this bracelet can be unraveled and used as an emergency rope. All proceeds from this fundraiser item go to help Saint Bernards in need. It comes in various color options with a full color SBRF logo on the top of the ¾ inch wide band. Available in three sizes:
Small 7” (fits 6 inch wrist)
Medium 8” (fits 7 inch wrist)
Large 9” (fits 8 inch wrist)
Colors include: purple, royal blue, green camo, red, black, hot pink, blue and white camo, purple camo, pink camo , red white and blue (Stars and Stripes).
To order: Use the PayPal link Below (comming soon) OR order via mail by sending a check made out to SBRF to Carol Beck, 800 Elk Creek Rd., Trail OR 97541. Please be sure to indicate desired size and color.
Price $25 includes shipping and handling.
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For more information about Saint Bernard's click on the picture below.
To act as a shepherd for Saint Bernard dogs and puppies that are without suitable caretakers and are in need of help; to shelter the homeless; to care for and find homes for the unwanted, abandoned, neglected and abused; to feed the hungry; to provide medical services to the sick, injured and lame; to assist in the rescue of those subjected to conditions hazardous to their well-being or to confinement in government or private shelter, who without intervention would be needlessly Euthanize; to provide for the humane disposition of those not sound in mind, body or temperament; to educate the public as to the characteristics of, and proper care for, the breed so as to promote compatible, loving, lasting home/family placements; to educate the public as to responsible pet ownership so as to prevent accidental litters and to prevent inhumane trafficking in puppies and dogs, and so as to promote the most humane manner of disposition of pets at journey's end; to encourage, promote and support research respecting the breed that explores or improves relations between the breed and owners or sheds light on the causes of abandonment, neglect or abuse, or promotes the public's understanding of the special characteristics and attributes of the breed or that is designed to improve the welfare of the breed in any manner. Though the Foundation is established to provide services primarily to the Saint Bernard, the foundation will not refuse services to any dog in need of immediate and caring attention.
800 Elk Creek Road, Trail, Oregon 97541
In a few weeks it will be 103 Cowboy Lane, Bertram, Texas 78605-4241