Monthly Archives: November 2016

Dodger

Hi, SCARS! We adopted Dodger on October 31, 2015 after reading his profile online. Our first meeting was at Sadie’s K9 Stay and Play and we were instantly hooked (it was the butt wiggle)! In the beginning (and middle), Dodger was very timid around men; he would cower and

Blue’s torso had been impaled

On December 8, Blue passed a post-surgery veterinary follow-up appointment with flying colours. He is healing very nicely and finished his medications on Dec. 9. We are so pleased to announce that we have found him a forever home. Thank you to his foster mom for the loving care

Sheila (formerly Wanda)

Hey SCARS! I adopted my Sheila girl (formerly named Wanda) from SCARS on June 15, 2016. She was approximately 6-7 months old and quite underweight, rescued from a northern shelter when no one came to claim her. I was in love from the first time I met her. She

Mortimer

Hi SCARS, Mortimer came into SCARS when he was just a few months old. He was found in a box in the dump with all his siblings. At first we had a hard time getting him used to not being around other dogs all day, but now he’s content

Billie

Hi!  My name is Billie. And, as you can see, I am the mostest adorabalest princess in the whole wide world! But I wasn’t always that way. I ended up in the City of Edmonton Animal Control facility on Dec 4, 2015.  Fortunately, a short time later, I came

Mya (formerly Hannah)

Hello SCARS, I wanted to share Mya’s “Look at me now” story. Exactly a year ago today I picked up Mya (formerly Hannah) from her foster mom’s house. She was four months old and had a deformity to one of her front paws. But right away I fell in love

Teddy

Hello SCARS! Just wanted to touch base with an update on Teddy. Let me say… He is the sweetest, cuddliest, nicest boy I could have ever thought of bringing into my home. He has not put a paw wrong, and he and my (rather vicious) cat get along really