|Approx. date of birth:||April 14, 2014|
|Breed:||Husky, Siberian/Shepherd, German|
|Intake date:||April 6, 2017|
|Spayed / Neutered:||Unknown|
Hello SCARS, Im White Fang better known to the gang as Fang, I came to SCARS with my Pal Wendy, she has been adopted. I never fully learned to trust you two leggers so I never made it up for adoption, I avoid contact at all costs, and if you pushed me I'd probably bite.I was picked up during a round up, by picked up I mean trapped in a humane live trap.My friend Wendy liked people much more than me. Although sometimes my foster mom can give me a little pet, especially when I am excited to see her. She learned that I have a tattooed ear meaning I was someone's dog and I was neutered at a task force clinic previously, sadly we cant read the tattoo clearly so we were unable to get a full history. I love other dogs, but thats about it. So how did I end up so lucky that I got a spot to stay with SCARS, Well thats not easy to explain you see when SCARS gets in a feral or semi feral dog we can not always safely place them as pets, these leave hard sad decisions to be made. However sometimes whether kismet or fate the stars align, our dearest Ranger had passed leaving a hole in our hearts and our kennels.Ranger lived with Athena and Athena had a great respect for Ranger and loved him dearly and to put it bluntly she's not the easiest to live with, she hoard her toys and her food and her bed, and has a low tolerance for dogs in her space so it takes a particular type of dog to live with her, one that gives the necessary respect but also one that hold their ground and wont be pushed around. Not every dog can tow that line so to speak but Fang can, Athena respects him and plays with him but he gives her her space and they have a great relationship which allowed Fang a safe space to stay and be Fang.
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.