Saint Bernard Rescue Foundation, Inc.



Emily Jones 217-825-5243


***PLEASE NOTE: Not ALL of the Saints featured here will be at our personal appearances. If you are making the trip to see a particular dog, please contact us prior to coming.

Come out and meet the Saints!!!!!

There are saints coming each each week.

Our adoption fee is $400.00 All of our dogs are sterilized, up to date on vaccines, heartworm and parasite tested and treated, and micro-chipped for identification.

Illinois Saint Bernard Rescue is looking for temporary, loving foster homes for homeless Saints in the all around IL and IN . If interested, please contact Emily Jones at 217-825-5243.

If interested in adopting from our program, please fill out an application to begin the adoption process. Adoptions are based on a matched criteria and not necessarily on a dog you may see on our site.

Yadi: Hey cardinal fans I was obviously named after their awesome catcher Yadier Molina! You can call me Yadi for short. I landed myself in isbr after my owners gave me away to an older couple that I was to much for. Sadly they loved me so much that they put almost 15 lbs on my in 3-4 months. Other than being chubby and needing a diet I’m a healthy neutered male looking for my forever home. They made sure I landed in Illinois Saint Bernard Rescue since I was to much for them to take care of. I am good with kids, cats, and other dogs, house trained and enjoy car rides! I’m not super active so I will have to be forced to go for walks twice a day to loose that extra weight. I am around 5 years old and a big love bug. My adoption fee is $400. Feel free to fill out an application online to start my adoption process! I’m waiting for you!!! 9/17/2018

Dixie: COONHOUND???? Thats not a Saint Bernard.... She was in need and ISBR stepped in to take care of her. Dixie came into ISBR, hairless, skinny, covered in scabs and itching horribly. We have updated her vaccines, started her on preventatives, spayed her, micro-chipped her and given her meds to clean up her skin. She is now looking for her forever home. She is a typical hound dog and has her hound dog ways. She is on the mend and looking more like the beautiful girl we know she can be. Dixie is just over 18 months old. She is wonderful with children and loves everyone she meets. She likes to go for car rides. She is crate and house trained. A fence yard is mandatory for adoption. We would also prefer someone has previous hound dog experience for her adoption. To make Dixie a permanent part of your family fill out an application online at application. 9/10/2018

Benjamin: this sweet guy was taken from a bad situation by some nice people in Missouri. However he didn’t get along with their dogs and so they asked ISBR to take him. He is about six years old his name is Benjamin and he is a smooth coat neutered male St. Bernard. He’s up-to-date on vaccines. He would do best in a low-key household with older children as he doesn’t know his own size. He walks well on a leash. He is OK with some female dogs but would prefer to be the only dog in the actual home. He likes to go for car rides enjoys laying by air conditioning vent. He is very sweet and makes friends very quickly. Would you like to give this guy a forever home? His adoption fee is $400. Please fill out an application online to start our process. 9/10/2018

Paislee: This sweet girl had her leg broken roughly around two weeks old. The breeder did nothing and did not seek veterinary care for her. Due to this issue she is going to be a financial orthopedic on going puppy for life. She’s roughly 5 months old house trained her name is Paisley this sweet girl had her leg broken roughly around two weeks old. The breeder did nothing and did not seek veterinary care for her. Due to this issue she is going to be a financial orthopedic on going puppy for life. She’s roughly 5 months old house trained her name is Paislee. We have x-rayed and saw an orthopedic surgeon for her care. She is currently getting adequan injections weekly and then we’ll go to monthly to help prevent the spread of osteoarthritis. She is starting to do underwater therapy for her hip dysplasia. This little girl is beyond sweet. She deserves a forever home that will do whatever they can for her and whatever arises with her orthopedic problems. There will be stipulations to her adoption as well as continued daily medications. She will need to be on a glucosamine and chondrotin and supplement for life. Pain meds as needed but she is pretty stoic. Her adoption fee is $600. We have X-rays that will go with her , ideally her forever home will be local to her current veterinarian. Please email for more information. Loves to run and play with her foster sister. 9/10/2018

Sandy: My name is Sandy. I am 17 months old and landed myself in a high kill shelter. Thankfully the wonderful rescue loving staff reached out to ISBR to get me out before I hit the kennel floor. I am great with other dogs, love kids and him 98% housetrained. I will require basic obedience and continued socializing once I am adopted. My adoption fee is $400 I am spayed , current on vaccines, heartworm tested and started on preventative. I’m a really good girl and I’m just looking for my forever home. Is that you? Fill out an adoption application to start the process to bring me home. 8/28/2018