• Found dogApril 16, 2015 - 6:41 pm

    FOUND DOG – I’m a huge male dog who is looking for my owners. I was found way out on a northern Alberta highway by myself. No one knows how I got to the middle of nowhere but someone looked after me before this. Please contact SCARS if you think I am yours. Phone 780-466-SCAR(7227) […]

  • Maggie Tree Theatre FundraiserApril 10, 2015 - 7:11 am

    The Maggie Tree (, is doing a production in Edmonton that raises questions about the ethics of animal testing. SCARS has a chance to win a donation of 25% of box office proceeds on one of the performances. The production, Category E, is a world premier by Edmonton playwright, Belinda Cornish (Little Elephants, Thrubwell’s Pies, Diamond Dog), who […]

  • A glimpse into SCARS operationsApril 8, 2015 - 8:13 pm

    We hope to bring you some more stories that give you an idea of how we operate, here is an example of a pound intake. During March 2015, an animal control officer in one of our target communities called to say the pound was full of dogs, so transport was organized to meet and pick […]

  • SCARS Foster Home Orientation and Level 1 Dog Training SessionApril 8, 2015 - 12:18 pm

    We need more foster homes! Dora is offering a “high five” to all potential new foster home volunteers. If not for fostering, Dora likely wouldn’t be alive today. If you have room in your heart and home for a dog or puppy (like Dora) or a cat or kitten, please join us for a SCARS […]

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April 18, 2015xReginald (1)

Hi SCARS. I keep seeing all of your “look at me now” posts and I just thought it would be nice for us to pass on to you our overwhelming gratitude for the happiness you have given to us when we adopted Reggie (Reginald) almost 1 year ago. Everyone alwa …

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