Monthly Archives: February 2017

Banjo was hit by a vehicle

Sweet little Banjo. He is a guy with a lot of personality and a will to survive. SCARS visits rural communities to collect owned pets for transport for spay/neuter, and after a period of recovery return to their homes. During a recent visit, we

Street (formerly Kara)

Hi SCARS! Just a note about Kara, who is now Street. I know it’s only been a week, but she is an amazing puppy. She is pretty much house trained now, but she still has the occasional accident. However, whenever she does, it is always on the training pad.

Maya (formerly Nyla)

Hi SCARS! I wanted to send a quick update/thanks! Just one week ago, Maya (formerly Nyla) came home with me. At first, she was shy and overwhelmed, but that didn’t last long! Now she’s running around, pulling every toy out of the basket and playing with her new pals!

Maggie (formerly Bumblebee)

Hi SCARS, This is Maggie aka Bumblebee. On Feb. 15, Maggie turned a year old. She is a sweet girl and loves her new family as we love her so much. She started out with a plane ride from Edmonton to Vancouver Island and has never looked back. Maggie

Buster

Hi SCARS! Buster is now a year old so I thought I’d send you guys an update! For anyone who may not know his story, back when we adopted him last June he had just gone through his first surgery to correct a skeletal deformity. That surgery was unsuccessful

Maliha

Feb. 2017 update: Sanctuary dog Maliha has been a part of the SCARS family since August of 2010. Maliha’s medical problems were extensive and she has required special care from the time of her arrival. Her damaged face prevents her from eating the way dogs usually do so she

Penny (formerly Daisy)

Hi SCARS, this is Penny (formerly Daisy). Several months ago we lost our wonderful dog, Sadie. She was 12 years old and fought diabetes for three months until she lost the battle. It is a horrible disease and it just about destroyed all of us. I told my wife “that is

Brooklen (formerly Will)

Good day, SCARS. Since Brooks has become a part of our family, he has stolen all our hearts. He’s the gentle giant like Fernando the bull. I adopted him in august of 2014 as he was rescued from malnutrition. I had originally adopted Brook to give him a new