Three Saint Bernard Brothers Suffered From Being Apart, Then The Dogs Finally Find A Family Who Took Them All In


November 14, 2018 14:59 By Mambee

For Gasket, Gunther and Goliath - the three Saint Bernard brothers, it's a together walk for all three huge dogs who eat, play, sleep, and do everything together.

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However, it became a worry situation when the three needed a new home after they were transferred in September to Edmonton Humane Society from a different animal welfare agency.

EHS in a Facebook post that sought to seek new parents for the trio expressed their desire for a single home for all three since they cannot be separated.

The two-year-old brothers who must have grown up together showed signs of anxiety, worry, and restlessness when separated; therefore, it will cost a lot to care for all their feeding and medical expenses since all three must be taken in by a parent.

Interestingly, the response from members of the public was something EHS did not anticipate.

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Just in the first day of their public announcement for a single home for the Saint Bernard brothers, they received a whopping two hundred email applications from people around the world.

The Humane Society was then forced to close its opening for the brothers and decided to pick a home from the applications so far received.

After numerous interviews and consideration, EHS finally picked a home for the playful brothers!

Gasket, Gunther and Goliath’s new parent who chose to remain anonymous were more than happy to receive the brothers into their house.

On the first day, they instantly fell in love with all three and watched them with misty eyes. They explained that the happy dogs would fit perfectly into their home.

Thank goodness the three inseparable Saint Bernard now have a new home in Calgary and will share a one-acre yard with their owner's other dogs. We hope the huge sweet dogs settle well in their new home, and stay happy forever!

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