Monthly Archives: June 2017


Hi SCARS, Gizmo joined our family two years ago now. We were hesitant adopting a senior animal, especially because Gizmo had some pre-existing conditions, but I would never change our decision to bring Gizmo into our home. He is quite the character. Every day when I get home, I’m


Sawyer (formally Bali)

Our family is very excited to announce our one year anniversary with our big, rambunctious goof – “Sawyer”!  Sawyer has grown so much over the past year, and we’ve grown right alongside him. When we first spotted Sawyer on the SCARS website, his gorgeous eyes and big silly smile

Sawyer (formally Bali)2017-06-25T17:17:45-06:00

Thank you to Trace Associates St. Albert

On June 19, volunteers, Mike & Laurel Cunnington, along with SCARS ambassadors Eliza and Céilidh visited the St. Albert office of Trace Associates. They are an environmental consulting firm with several locations. The offices compete with each other to do creative ventures to attract visits to their social media.

Thank you to Trace Associates St. Albert2017-06-25T16:58:17-06:00


Good morning SCARS! I figured today was as good as any to send you a Look At Me Now update on Violet. Today is her 1-year anniversary with us. We picked up Violet in Athabasca from Cathy. We had previously inquired about meeting Violet at the beginning of May.


Max Power

Hi SCARS! We wanted to write to let you know how Max is doing. We adopted him just after Christmas last year and our lives have been so much better every day since! It didn’t take him long to make himself at home with us … the minute we

Max Power2017-06-18T18:04:41-06:00


Hello, Yoshi here! I just wanted to update you about my new parents, they are fabulous. Every day I get to play ball in the park and go for a long walk in the woods. On the weekends we all wake up late and head for a long run



EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! Another Resounding Success Story For Second Chance Animal Rescue Society! Bulldog McTerrier here reporting for Ruff News on yet another successful adoption from SCARS. Foley, a dashingly handsome black lab cross, was given his new red collar and lead by his new furever


Wabasca Dog Roundup

On June 13, SCARS volunteers worked alongside community volunteers and local peace officers to conduct a roundup of unwanted dogs in the Bigstone Cree Nation Reserves that surround the hamlet of Wabasca-Desmarais. Located in the Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17, Wabasca is 330 kilometres north of Edmonton. Over

Wabasca Dog Roundup2017-06-15T20:06:04-06:00