SCARS promised Ranger that we will give him the best life we can. We won’t abandon him. His foster family is worried, it’s been a challenging year in rescue with so many dogs and cats in need – so many ill and injured animals out there.
We see your potential Ranger and we WILL find you an AMAZING forever home. We won’t give up. We won’t stop until we find you everything you need and more.
Sept. 4 update – Am I ever glad to be back in my foster home, being in the hospital is never fun. I had surgery to remove excess tissue that was obstructing my breathing from my throat. I also had to have a temporary tracheotomy to allow me to breathe immediately after surgery.
Things have gone okay, we won’t know for awhile if the surgery was a successful long term fix. Right now I have to take things easy, no playtime for me just very slow walks, lots of lying about and lots of sleeping. My foster mom feeds me canned food by hand while I am sitting up, that seems to be the easiest for me. She tells me she has lots of experience hand feeding dogs soft food – she looked after former SCARS Sanctuary dog Maliha for years. Maliha had way more issues than me and had a happy life so she is hopeful I can have the same.
Once I recover from this surgery we will still have to figure out what to do with my bottom adult teeth as they will start causing problems with my palate fairly soon. It isn’t going to be easy, but I am quite a charmer and SCARS says I am worth it.
(See my Look at Me Now story!)