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BRITAIN-CRUFTS/
RTX6Q6C2
March 08, 2019
St. Bernards arrive for the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain, March 8, 2019....
Birmingham, United Kingdom
St. Bernards arrive for the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham
St. Bernards arrive for the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain, March 8, 2019. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
POPE-GENERALAUDIENCE/
RTS21YEH
September 19, 2018
Pope Francis caresses a St Bernard dog after the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at...
Vatican, Vatican City
Pope Francis caresses a St Bernard dog after the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at...
Pope Francis caresses a St Bernard dog after the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, September 19, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-GENERALAUDIENCE/
RTS21XYY
September 19, 2018
Pope Francis caresses a St Bernard dog after the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at...
Vatican, Vatican City
Pope Francis caresses a St Bernard dog after the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at...
Pope Francis caresses a St Bernard dog after the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, September 19, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-GENERALAUDIENCE/
RTS21XU8
September 19, 2018
St Bernard dog sleeps as Pope Francis leads the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at...
Vatican, Vatican City
St Bernard dog sleeps as Pope Francis leads the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at...
St Bernard dog sleeps as Pope Francis leads the Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, September 19, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi
SWISS-ODDLY/
RTX3BHNU
July 14, 2017
An employee of the Barry Foundation and St. Bernard dogs rest on their way to the inauguration ceremony...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
An employee of the Barry Foundation and St. Bernard dogs rest on their way to the Great Saint Bernard...
An employee of the Barry Foundation and St. Bernard dogs rest on their way to the inauguration ceremony of a new breeding station at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass in the south-western Swiss Alps, Switzerland July 14, 2017. In 2005, the non-profit Barry Foundation in the south-western town of Martigny took over the breeding kennel from the Great Saint Bernard Hospice to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-ODDLY/
RTX3BHNQ
July 14, 2017
People walk with their St. Bernard dogs to the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass in the south-western...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
People walk with their St. Bernhard dogs to the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass
People walk with their St. Bernard dogs to the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass in the south-western Swiss Alps, Switzerland July 14, 2017. In 2005, the non-profit Barry Foundation in the south-western town of Martigny took over the breeding kennel from the Great Saint Bernard Hospice to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-ODDLY/
RTX3BH2H
July 14, 2017
Claudio Rosetti, director of the Fondation Barry, and St. Bernhard dog Magnum arrive with others before...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Claudio Rosetti, director of the Fondation Barry, and St. Bernhard dog Magnum arrive with others before...
Claudio Rosetti, director of the Fondation Barry, and St. Bernhard dog Magnum arrive with others before the inauguration ceremony of the new breeding station at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass in the south-western Swiss Alps July 14, 2017. In 2005, the non-profit Barry Foundation in the south-western town of Martigny took over the breeding kennel from the Great Saint Bernard Hospice to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
POPE-VATICAN/
RTSESVW
May 18, 2016
Pope Francis holds a Saint Bernard dog during the weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Pope Francis holds a Saint Bernard dog during the weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican...
Pope Francis holds a Saint Bernard dog during the weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 18, 2016. REUTERS/Max Rossi
IRELAND-ELECTION/
RTX28JXF
February 25, 2016
Police officer Margaret Byrne pets Nala the St. Bernard dog at the polling station on the island of Inishfree,...
Inishfree, Ireland
Police officer Margaret Byrne pets Nala the St. Bernard dog at the polling station on the island of Inishfree...
Police officer Margaret Byrne pets Nala the St. Bernard dog at the polling station on the island of Inishfree, Ireland February 25, 2016. The remote island, situated off the coast of Donegal has a total of 4 people registered to vote and has gone to the polls one day earlier than the mainland. Ireland will hold a general election on February 26. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ELECTION/
RTX28JEE
February 25, 2016
Nala, a St. Bernard dog waits outside the polling station on the island of Inishfree, Ireland February...
Inishfree, Ireland
Nala, a St. Bernard dog waits outside the polling station on the island of Inishfree
Nala, a St. Bernard dog waits outside the polling station on the island of Inishfree, Ireland February 25, 2016. The remote island, situated off the coast of Donegal has a total of 4 people registered to vote and has gone to the polls one day earlier than the mainland. Ireland will hold a general election on February 26. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-ELECTION/
RTX28JE9
February 25, 2016
Voter Philomena Currid chats to Hans Schleweck outside the voting house that she owns on the island of...
Inishfree, Ireland
Voter Philomena Currid chats to Hans Schleweck outside the voting house that she owns on the island of...
Voter Philomena Currid chats to Hans Schleweck outside the voting house that she owns on the island of Inishfree, Ireland February 25, 2016. The remote island, situated off the coast of Donegal has a total of 4 people registered to vote and has gone to the polls one day earlier than the mainland. Ireland will hold a general election on February 26. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
BRITAIN-CRUFTS/
RTR4SBFC
March 06, 2015
St Bernards rest during the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, central England, March 6,...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
St Bernards rest during the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham
St Bernards rest during the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, central England, March 6, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTR4LY2S
January 19, 2015
Supporters of Bernard Tomic of Australia hold up signs and masks during his men's singles first round...
Melbourne, Australia
Supporters of Bernard Tomic of Australia hold up signs and masks during his men's singles first round...
Supporters of Bernard Tomic of Australia hold up signs and masks during his men's singles first round match against Tobias Kamke of Germany at the Australian Open 2015 tennis tournament in Melbourne January 19, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
RTR3DPHU
February 13, 2013
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Hopewell, New Jersey, sits with a fan blowing on him as he waits with...
New York, UNITED STATES
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard, sits with his owner Linda Baker at the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show...
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Hopewell, New Jersey, sits with a fan blowing on him as he waits with his owner Linda Baker in the benching area prior to judging in the Working Group at the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York, February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-DOGS/WESTMINSTER
RTR3DPEO
February 12, 2013
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Hopewell, New Jersey, kisses his owner Linda Baker as they wait in the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Hopewell, New Jersey, kisses his owner Linda Baker as they wait in the...
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Hopewell, New Jersey, kisses his owner Linda Baker as they wait in the benching area prior to judging in the Working Group at the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York, February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-DOGSHOW/
RTR3DH1A
February 07, 2013
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Princeton, New Jersey, rests on a stage as he is introduced during a press...
New York, UNITED STATES
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Princeton, New Jersey, rests on a stage as he is introduced during a press...
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard from Princeton, New Jersey, rests on a stage as he is introduced during a press conference ahead of the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York, February 7, 2013. The 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show which will feature some 2,721 dogs will be held in New York City February 11 and 12, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
USA-DOGSHOW/
RTR3DH13
February 07, 2013
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard looks up at a treat held by his owner Linda Baker from Princeton, New Jersey,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard looks up at a treat held by his owner Linda Baker from Princeton, New Jersey,...
Aristocrat, a St. Bernard looks up at a treat held by his owner Linda Baker from Princeton, New Jersey, as he is introduced during a press conference ahead of the 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York, February 7, 2013. The 137th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show which will feature some 2,721 dogs and will be held in New York City February 11 and 12, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR34NCR
July 06, 2012
Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter stands behind St. Bernard dogs Emma (L) and Sophie (R) during...
ST. ANTOENIEN, Switzerland
Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter stands behind St. Bernard dogs Emma and Sophie during a visit...
Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter stands behind St. Bernard dogs Emma (L) and Sophie (R) during a visit of the Swiss government to the eastern Swiss village of St. Antoenien July 6, 2012. The members of the Swiss Federal Council are on a two-day visit to President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf's home canton of Grisons. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR34NCN
July 06, 2012
Swiss Economic Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann (R) stands beside St. Bernard dog Sophie during a visit...
ST. ANTOENIEN, Switzerland
Swiss Economic Minister Schneider-Ammann stands beside St. Bernard dogs Emma and Sophie during a visit...
Swiss Economic Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann (R) stands beside St. Bernard dog Sophie during a visit of the Swiss government to the eastern Swiss village of St. Antoenien July 6, 2012. The members of the Swiss Federal Council are on a two-day visit to President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf's home canton of Grisons. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR34NCI
July 06, 2012
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (3rd L) and Swiss ministers pose...
ST. ANTOENIEN, Switzerland
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Widmer-Schlumpf and Swiss ministers pose with St. Bernard...
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (3rd L) and Swiss ministers pose with St. Bernard dogs dogs Emma (L) and Sophie (R) during their visit to the eastern Swiss village of St. Antoenien July 6, 2012. The members of the Swiss Federal Council are on a two-day visit to Widmer-Schlumpf's home canton of Grisons. The picture shows from (L to R): Swiss Defense Minister Ueli Maurer, Swiss Economy Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann, Swiss President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, Swiss Chancellor Corina Casanova, Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter, Swiss Minister of Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications Doris Leuthard and Swiss Interior Minister Alain Berset. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR34NCH
July 06, 2012
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (2nd L) and Swiss ministers pose...
ST. ANTOENIEN, Switzerland
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Widmer-Schlumpf and Swiss ministers pose with St. Bernard...
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (2nd L) and Swiss ministers pose with St. Bernard dogs during their visit to the eastern Swiss village of St. Antoenien July 6, 2012. The members of the Swiss Federal Council are on a two-day visit to Widmer-Schlumpf's home canton of Grisons. The picture shows from LtoR: Swiss Defense Minister Ueli Maurer, Swiss President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter, Swiss Minister of Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications Doris Leuthard and Swiss Interior Minister Alain Berset. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR34NCC
July 06, 2012
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (3rd L) and Swiss ministers pose...
ST. ANTOENIEN, Switzerland
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Widmer-Schlumpf and the Swiss ministers pose with St. Bernard...
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (3rd L) and Swiss ministers pose with St. Bernard dogs Emma (L) and Sophie (R) during their visit to the eastern Swiss village of St. Antoenien July 6, 2012. The members of the Swiss Federal Council are on a two-day visit to Widmer-Schlumpf's home canton of Grisons. The picture shows from LtoR: Swiss Defense Minister Ueli Maurer, Swiss Economy Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann, Swiss President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, Swiss Chancellor Corina Casanova and Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR34NCA
July 06, 2012
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (3rd L) and Swiss ministers pose...
ST. ANTOENIEN, Switzerland
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf and Swiss ministers pose with St....
Switzerland's President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf (3rd L) and Swiss ministers pose with St. Bernard dogs Emma (L) and Sophie (R) during their visit to the eastern Swiss village of St. Antoenien July 6, 2012. The members of the Swiss Federal Council are on a two-day visit to Widmer-Schlumpf's home canton of Grisons. The picture shows from (L to R) Swiss Defense Minister Ueli Maurer,Swiss Economy Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann, Swiss President and Finance Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, Swiss Chancellor Corina Casanova, Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter, Swiss Minister of Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications Doris Leuthard and Swiss Interior Minister Alain Berset. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2W2DW
January 09, 2012
Saint-Bernard puppies play next to their mother Phybie at the Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny January...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Saint-Bernard puppies play at the Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny
Saint-Bernard puppies play next to their mother Phybie at the Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny January 9, 2012. The Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny is the oldest breeding centre of the traditional pedigree in Switzerland. Four puppies, who were born on December 18, 2011, will be handed over to new owners when they reach three months. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2W2CX
January 09, 2012
Four Saint-Bernard puppies suckle from their mother Phybie at the Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny January...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Four Saint-Bernard puppies suckle from their mother Phybie at the Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny
Four Saint-Bernard puppies suckle from their mother Phybie at the Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny January 9, 2012. The Saint-Bernard kennel in Martigny is the oldest breeding centre of the traditional pedigree in Switzerland. The puppies, who were born on December 18, 2011, will be handed over to new owners when they reach three months. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2LAD7
April 16, 2011
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies are fed in their enclosure at the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the...
multiple cities, Switzerland
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies are fed in their enclosure at the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the...
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies are fed in their enclosure at the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south western Swiss town of Martigny, April 16, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2LAD5
April 16, 2011
Keeper Carine Zamprogno plays with an eight week-old Saint Bernard puppy in an enclosure of the St. Bernard...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Keeper Zamprogno plays with an eight week-old Saint Bernard puppy in an enclosure of the St. Bernard...
Keeper Carine Zamprogno plays with an eight week-old Saint Bernard puppy in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south western Swiss town of Martigny, April 16, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2LAD4
April 16, 2011
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south...
multiple cities, Switzerland
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south...
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south western Swiss town of Martigny, April 16, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2LAD0
April 16, 2011
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south...
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south western Swiss town of Martigny, April 16, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2LACY
April 16, 2011
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies sleep after playing in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies sleep after playing in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum...
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies sleep after playing in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss town of Martigny, April 16, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2LACO
April 16, 2011
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western...
Eight week-old Saint Bernard puppies play in an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss town of Martigny, April 16, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
USA/
RTR2IMWV
February 15, 2011
Michelle Cole from Barrington New Hampshire, owner of Doodles, a St. Bernard, holds its paw in the benching...
multiple cities, UNITED STATES
Cole, owner of Doodles, a St. Bernard, holds its paw as they wait for the breed to be judged at the 135th...
Michelle Cole from Barrington New Hampshire, owner of Doodles, a St. Bernard, holds its paw in the benching area as they wait for the breed to be judged at the 135th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York, February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXXJDI
February 06, 2011
Two St. Bernard puppies play at an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss...
multiple cities, Switzerland
Two St. Bernard puppies play at an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the Swiss town of Martigny...
Two St. Bernard puppies play at an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss town of Martigny February 6, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXXJDG
February 06, 2011
Visitors watch St. Bernard dog Ivoire and some of her nine seven week-old puppies at an enclosure of...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Visitors watch St. Bernard dog Ivoire and some of her nine seven week-old puppies at the St. Bernard...
Visitors watch St. Bernard dog Ivoire and some of her nine seven week-old puppies at an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss town of Martigny February 6, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXXJDB
February 06, 2011
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the...
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss town of Martigny February 6, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXXJDA
February 06, 2011
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the...
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss town of Martigny February 6, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXXJD5
February 06, 2011
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the...
multiple cities, Switzerland
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the...
A keeper plays with seven week-old Saint Bernard puppies and their mother Ivoire at an enclosure of the St. Bernard Dog Museum in the south-western Swiss town of Martigny February 6, 2011. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation took over the breeding kennel from the Hospice at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass (2473 metres/8114 ft. altitude) to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ANIMALS)
DAVOS/
RTR23ZAC
January 28, 2009
A St. Bernard dog carries a copy of the Financial Times newspaper as part of an advertising campaign...
multiple cities, Switzerland
St. Bernard dog carries a copy of the Financial Times newspaper as part of an advertising campaign at...
A St. Bernard dog carries a copy of the Financial Times newspaper as part of an advertising campaign at the venue of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 28, 2009. More than 40 heads of state and government -- almost double the number last year -- will be joined at the WEF meeting by 36 finance ministers and central bankers, including the central bank chiefs of all the G8 group of rich countries except the United States. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND)
USA/
RTR1X0AY
February 12, 2008
Woofer, a St. Bernard who won Best of Breed at the 132nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison...
multiple cities, UNITED STATES
St. Bernard who won Best of Breed at 132nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York
Woofer, a St. Bernard who won Best of Breed at the 132nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York February 12, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
SERBIA/
RTR1WWXS
February 10, 2008
Two girls look at a St. Bernard puppy during an international dog show in Belgrade February 10, 2008....
Belgrade, Serbia
Two girls look at a St. Bernard puppy during an international dog show in Belgrade
Two girls look at a St. Bernard puppy during an international dog show in Belgrade February 10, 2008. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
USA
RTXO394
December 29, 2005
A St. Bernard Parish resident pets Parie, a golden retriever from Hope Animal-Assisted Crisis Recovery,...
Chalmette, USA
A St. Bernard Parish resident pets Parie, a golden retriever from Hope Animal-Assisted Crisis Recove.....
A St. Bernard Parish resident pets Parie, a golden retriever from Hope Animal-Assisted Crisis Recovery, at a disaster recovery center operated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Chalmette, Louisiana December 29, 2005. A dozen dogs from the volunteer group have been making the rounds at disaster centers where aid seekers and relief workers can pet the pups and take their mind off the gloom and doom wrought by the storms.
HURRICANES DOGS
RTR1BO62
December 29, 2005
A St. Bernard Parish resident pets Parie, a golden retriever from Hope Animal-Assisted Crisis Recovery,...
Chalmette, UNITED STATES
Resident pets golden retriever at disaster recovery center in Chalmette
A St. Bernard Parish resident pets Parie, a golden retriever from Hope Animal-Assisted Crisis Recovery, at a disaster recovery center operated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Chalmette, Louisiana December 29, 2005. A dozen dogs from the volunteer group have been making the rounds at disaster centers where aid seekers and relief workers can pet the pups and take their mind off the gloom and doom wrought by the storms. REUTERS/Lee Celano
HURRICANE
RTR192W2
October 09, 2005
Kathy Roussel points to the burned carcasses of two dogs as her children Kelly (L) and Joshua (C) look...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Kathy Roussel points to the burned carcasses of two dogs in her neighborhood in St. Bernard Parish
Kathy Roussel points to the burned carcasses of two dogs as her children Kelly (L) and Joshua (C) look at the grisly, although relatively common scene, in their St. Bernard Parish neighborhood, east of New Orleans, Louisiana October 9, 2005. While life in other regions of Louisiana returned to normal the residents of the majority of St. Bernard Parish neighborhoods are still not allowed to return home. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
KATRINA
RTRNELS
September 10, 2005
A dog sits on a porch in St. Bernard Parish north of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana September 10, 2005....
New Orleans, USA
Dog sits on porch in St. Bernard Parish north of downtown New Orleans.
A dog sits on a porch in St. Bernard Parish north of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana September 10, 2005. Dogs can only be rescued if they are accompanied by their owner, or another human. Emergency workers collected the dead of New Orleans on Saturday and the official death toll rose slowly, boosting hopes Hurricane Katrina would claim far fewer lives than the many thousands once feared. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson AF/DY
SWITZERLAND
RTXMYI7
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the .....
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims.
DOGS
RTXMYI6
October 05, 2004
An original St. Bernard dog poses on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and...
multiple cities, Switzerland
An original St. Bernard dog poses on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland an.....
An original St. Bernard dog poses on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, [Brother Frederic] said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims.
DOGS
RTXMYI5
October 05, 2004
An original St. Bernard dog runs on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
An original St. Bernard dog runs on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and.....
An original St. Bernard dog runs on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, [Brother Frederic] said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims.
SWITZERLAND
RTXMYI4
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the b.....
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004. The monks of the Hospice for Martigny are now reduced to four and are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims.
SWITZERLAND
RTXMYI3
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the b.....
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004. The monks of the Hospice for Martigny are now reduced to four and are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims.
PXP102D
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October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic walks a St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic walks a St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass.
Augustine Monk Frederic walks a St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004. Switzerland's St Bernard rescue dogs, known for centuries for saving avalanche victims from snowy Alpine graves, are to be sold by their monk owners as helicopters and heat censors take over their work. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/SN
PXP101D
RTRCLPJ
October 05, 2004
A St. Bernard dog runs along the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy,...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
A St. Bernard dog runs along the Grand St. Bernard pass.
A St. Bernard dog runs along the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004. Switzerland's St Bernard rescue dogs, known for centuries for saving avalanche victims from snowy Alpine graves, are to be sold by their monk owners as helicopters and heat censors take over their work. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/SN
PXP100D
RTRCLPC
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with a St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with a St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass.
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with a St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004. Switzerland's St Bernard rescue dogs, known for centuries for saving avalanche victims from snowy Alpine graves, are to be sold by their monk owners as helicopters and heat censors take over their work. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/SN
SWISS DOGS
RTRCK1A
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass.
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/GB
SWISS DOGS
RTRCJYH
October 05, 2004
An original St. Bernard dog poses on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
An original St. Bernard poses on the Grand St. Bernard pass.
An original St. Bernard dog poses on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/GB
SWISS DOGS
RTRCJXR
October 05, 2004
An original St. Bernard dog sticks out his tongue on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
An original St. Bernard dog sticks out his tongue on the Grand St. Bernard pass.
An original St. Bernard dog sticks out his tongue on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/GB
SWISS DOGS
RTRCJQU
October 05, 2004
An original St. Bernard dog runs on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
An original St. Bernard dog runs on the Grand St. Bernard pass.
An original St. Bernard dog runs on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/GB
SWISS DOGS
RTRCJQH
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with an original St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with an original St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass.
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with an original St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/GB
SWISS DOGS
RTRCJKY
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with an original St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with an original St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass.
Augustine Monk Frederic poses with an original St. Bernard dog at the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004, before the dogs leave the Hospice for Martigny in the valley below where they will spend winter. The monks of the Hospice, now reduced to four, are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them. This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/GB
SWISS DOGS
RTRCJIN
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass.
Augustine Monk Frederic sits with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004. The monks of the Hospice for Martigny are now reduced to four and are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/acm
SWISS DOGS
RTRCJH8
October 05, 2004
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border...
Grand St. Bernard, Switzerland
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass.
Augustine Monk Frederic walks with an original St. Bernard dog on the Grand St. Bernard pass on the border between Switzerland and Italy, October 5, 2004. The monks of the Hospice for Martigny are now reduced to four and are no longer able to take care of the dogs and want to sell them.This is not just because of the money, Brother Frederic said, but also because taking care of these loving and caring dogs is very time consuming and the monks would like to have more time to spend with the pilgrims. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/CR/acm
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