|Animal Type(s):||Dogs, Medium Dogs (< 50 lbs / 23 kg)|
|Approx. date of birth:||2007|
|Spayed / Neutered:||Yes|
A couple new photos for you – my coat is filling in more and more every day!
Okay, so I know I need some better photos, we will work on that. But lets get to my story, it has been a rough road. I came from a Spay Neuter Task Force clinic. I was caught in a humane live-trap because I didn’t want anything to do with all of the people. I had been living all of my years free without human help and then these crazy people trapped me in a wire cage. I was all snarls but thankfully SCARS found a spot for me. I was not in great shape, covered in mange and very underweight but still had no interest in you human folk handling me. So I got some time to relax, got my fill of food and then was trusting enough to visit the vet for lots of medication to help me on my way to health. But that journey has not been quick… The meds weren’t helping me improve and I had to visit the vet a couple more times running different tests to see what else was wrong with me, there were baths involved that I would rather just forget…
It has taken some time but now my skin is getting better, my hair is growing back, the secondary infections seem to be all gone! Wahoo! And you can tell I am happier about it and am putting on some much needed weight. I now run around the yard and am getting a bit more playful with Justice – who is really the only dog I like, the other guys hang around but I am not too eager to be friends with them. I am just the cutest guy. So sweet. Still very shy though and leashes and crates are things I have lived so long without that I would rather not have to deal with them. But I am well on my way to being 100% and am ready to consider applications to find my perfect forever home! Is it you?
I’m a Sanctuary Animal
What’s a sanctuary animal? Sanctuary animals are permanent wards of SCARS due to medical conditions or behavioural issues and we are not likely to ever find an adoptive family.
SCARS is committed to giving these animals a home and the love, care and attention they deserve! We house them at our two main intake facilities.
We look to businesses to sponsor Sactuary Animals to help us offset the cost of housing them.