Hello, I'm Sanctuary Animal Tyson

Thanks to Sanctuary Animal Tyson’s sponsor(s):

 
Status: Sponsored
Animal Type(s): Large Dogs
Gender: Male
Approx. date of birth: 2010
Breed: Mixed
Current location: Edmonton, AB
Spayed / Neutered: Yes
House trained: Yes
Good with kids: No
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with cats: Yes

Well world, here I am, and I’m here I stay. Don’t get me wrong, I am a great guy. Come to my house and meet me when I am with my foster mom and I am one happy, friendly guy. However, I really don’t like life outside my home and my yard. If I must venture into the great outer world, I only like to do so with my foster mom, and I don’t like to be touched or talked to when I am out and about. Because I love my foster mommy ever so much, I can handle it when I am with her. But it takes a long time to build that trust, and although I am sure I could possibly do it with another human, it would be devastating to move me again. I love my doggie buddies, and I love my people here. Because I am such a big fella, we’ve decided it’s not in anyone’s best interests for me to be pushed in the direction of new things. The great people at SCARS said I can stay because deep down I am such a sweet guy. I just don’t understand the world outside the safety of my home, and for me SCARS is home. What’s not to love? It’s like living at an off-leash park. Please consider sponsoring fellas like me, who’ve finally found a place to call home: SCARS.

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.

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Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we will deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.
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