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  • 11th Annual Tails on the Trails Paws-a-thonMay 14, 2015 - 9:37 pm

    The 11th Annual Tails on the Trails Paws-a-thon will take place rain or shine on Saturday, June 13, 2015. Collect pledges and join us for a family friendly day of fun. Paws for a minute and think about what your pledges can do for pets in need. The event will raise funds to help fight […]

  • Pet Poisoning Prevention and HelpMay 3, 2015 - 11:40 am

    Suspected pet poisoning is an URGENT health concern. During April 2015, we were very sad to hear from a SCARS adopter who had recently lost their beloved pet to antifreeze poisoning. She made the mistake of thinking a small lick of antifreeze wouldn’t be deadly for her large breed dog. Within 24 hours, she had […]

  • SCARS helps community with sick dogsApril 29, 2015 - 6:25 pm

    When communities perceive dog overpopulation as a public health or safety risk, collecting and shooting dogs can become the short-term solution. This is tragic not only for dogs, but also for people. When one of our volunteers heard that a community was planning a cull, SCARS reached out to offer a more humane option. The […]

  • Hole’s Greenhouse NewsletterApril 22, 2015 - 8:01 am

    Spring is in the air and, for many of us, thoughts are turning to beautifying our yards and creating lovely summer gardens. If you subscribe to the Hole’s Greenhouse Newsletter, you will not only receive great gardening tips and information, you also get to see the SCARS featured adoptable pet of the week. We are […]

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May 21, 2015Finley(Cotton)2

Here’s an update on Cotton! His name is now Finley. He is a great puppy. He has been adjusting wonderfully. His best friend is a 130lb German Shepard X. He loves being on the acreage. His eye is still healing, but it does not slow him down at all. He i …

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