I'm Assassin. I'm not sure how I got my name but it's ironic that I was the one that someone tried to assassinate! SCARS got a call about me from a community that it visits regularly. Community members turn to SCARS for help with spay/neuter of owned pets and
August 3: I went to the vet this week to get my staples out! Foster mom says I did awesome. I liked going in the car and I even met a cat at the clinic, but he didn't interest me. I'm healing nicely and even putting on some weight.
The families of Athabasca Extendicare—a long-term care facility—would like to thank SCARS for the puppy visit last week. There is nothing like nine visiting pups to get the residents reminiscing about farm dogs they have known, sled dogs they once trained and canine friends they miss dearly. There were
SCARS needs donations! It's canine parvovirus season and rescues are seeing a lot of this deadly virus. Please help us cover the veterinary costs for the multiple parvo cases we received in the last few weeks from various locations. These pups are counting on our support. Please send healing
Our volunteers help animals in many ways. One of those ways is our Doggie Railroad. The DR is a group of SCARS volunteers who are part of a contact list for opportunities to transport animals. The trips can be short or long. Here is one of their stories... By
I’m Meg. How do you do! My foster parents call me the bionic dog. While I’m not truly technologically enhanced, I do have some pretty impressive “hardware” in my leg. To help you understand my injury, please try this simple thing - make a "thumbs up” motion. Now feel
Diaphragmatic hernia. That’s a BIG term for a little girl like me, but it’s the condition that I had. My name is Daisy and I’m happy to thank all of the people who were involved in my rescue. I was first picked up as a stray by a bylaw
June update: "Hi everyone! My name is Score, you might remember me from my intake photos in late April. I've got some great news about my new lease on life-- I've recently gained 10 Ibs and am well on my way to becoming a healthy weight for my size.
The winter that would not end took its toll on this litter of pups. Although they had the shelter of a doghouse, there were cracks between the boards and no insulation. With just a t-shirt and small towel for comfort, one of the puppies succumbed to the cold. The
My name is " 8 Lives" for now ( maybe down to 7 or 6 lives by the time I’m done here) and I was saved by three brave young girls and their brother. I nearly lost all of my lives to three dogs that were determined to “get