Monthly Archives: April 2017

Lady’s story

Lady is like many dogs in her community. She had a place that she considered to be home and people who would say “Yes, that’s my dog.” Yet there was really no one who took actual responsibility for her. No one made sure that she was fed, sheltered, safe

Lady’s story2017-05-14T09:13:20-06:00


Hi SCARS. Here is an update on Misfit. My son and I got misfit on my 50th Birthday. She was my special present that he picked out for me after many conversations about getting a dog and the responsibility it would be. We met her at an adoption event



Get your tissues ready. Daisy’s story is a heartbreaker. I have had a wonderful life. For 11 years I had a family that cared for me, provided me with everything I could need. In the last little while my world has crumbled down around me. One of my loving


SCARS helps with Community Roundup

SCARS volunteers visited Wabasca on April 6 to assist with the humane capture of a pack of stray dogs that were creating a health risk in a small area of the community. Because of our close working relationship with the Bigstone Cree Nation, we were invited to catch and

SCARS helps with Community Roundup2017-04-09T14:41:28-06:00

Keena and Zada

New intakes break our hearts. New intakes fill our hearts. We often don’t know the details of their story, but their condition and the look in their eyes tells use all we need to know. Foster volunteers welcome them into their homes. They are finally safe. For many, for

Keena and Zada2017-04-03T13:48:59-06:00