Monthly Archives: July 2016


Hi SCARS. Thank you so much for giving me my best friend! It’s Jax’s birthday tomorrow; he will be one. “Look at him now”! He still never barks and his owner is completely okay with that. I can’t wait for the many years to come with him, and all


Bryn (formerly Gigi)

Hi SCARS! We just wanted to share a donation and look at me know update. This is Bryn (formerly Gigi) who joined our family in January of this year. She has grown, and grown and grown into this beautiful young girl. Bryn loves camping, her balls and playing with

Bryn (formerly Gigi)2016-07-24T07:52:21-06:00


Hi SCARS, Remember me? I’m the mom dog from the Teri and the blue baby blanket rescue story. My puppies and I were abandoned on a lonely country road in the coldest part of winter, and SCARS saved us. I came to my new home on June 6th in


Once a SCARS pet, always a SCARS pet

Sometimes we get to rescue a dog more than once. Penny (formerly Bride) was part of an unwanted litter that came into our care in March 2015 from a rural community. She was adopted to a loving home in May when she was about eight weeks old. Adopted SCARS

Once a SCARS pet, always a SCARS pet2016-07-22T16:52:05-06:00

Cash (formerly Cork)

Hi SCARS! It’s been two years to the day since I brought Cash home (formerly known as Cork), so I thought it was about time I checked in! When I brought Cash home I had no idea what I was in for. Cash was a handful. He was timid

Cash (formerly Cork)2016-07-22T10:35:49-06:00


Hi, SCARS. This is long overdue but I adopted Gabe (Gabriel) back in Aug, 2013, just 3 months after my we had lost our family dog of almost 14 years to a tumor. The house just wasn’t the same anymore with just one dog, my sister’s french bulldog, Sumo.



When a SCARS volunteer receives a late night call from the vet clinic, it’s inevitably bad news – an animal has been injured or is gravely ill. However, when a vet clinic makes that call, it can be the very best news possible for that animal. Hello SCARS world


Zoe (formerly Spree)

Hi SCARS, here is my little story about Spree, now known as Zoe. October 10, 2015 was the hardest time for me. I had to put down my pit bull due to a brain tumor. He was a great dog and I was hurt. Some friends suggested that if I

Zoe (formerly Spree)2016-07-13T18:57:53-06:00

Bottle babies

July 2016 – SCARS community volunteers often stop to check on dogs that appear to have no one providing food for them. That was the case with three husky cross dogs at a building where workers had gone home. The volunteer could hear “puppy noises.” Sure thing – under

Bottle babies2017-08-17T09:19:02-06:00