April 11, 2021 Yet another late night emergency call. This time for a dog that had been spotted with quills but no one had been successful in catching him. This is Wilber and he really thought Mr. Porcupine was too interesting not to meet. Wilber was taken straight to
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Just when you think you have seen it all, just when you think nothing can shock you anymore, then you meet poor sweet Lea, only 5 months old, and in a world of hurt. Lea came to SCARS, through an emergency clinic. Upon intake they knew she had damage
Yesterday some of our team was hard at work making stops in several of our partnering communities! We saw 18 animals in all - 9 of which are part of our spay, neuter and return program. Once they have been cleared from the vet after their surgeries they will
It is with profound sadness that we share this little one’s story. For 20 years SCARS has worked to educate and change attitudes towards animals. In so many ways, we have made such incredible progress. Trusted partners, working in communities, teaching about animal care and providing support. There has
Poor Sweet Jimmy, just a pup and already life has handed him more than his fair share of troubles. Separated from his litter mates and momma at too early an age, already under stress and malnourished…..the perfect opportunity for Demodex to thrive. Demodex is a mite. Check out the
Just when we needed some sunshine! Just when we were feeling a bit frustrated and overwhelmed, a whole lot of positive showed up in the mail. Kids rock! Thanks Grade 2 class at Mary Hanley Catholic School. We so appreciate your cards, pictures and messages of encouragement. Sometimes our
Yesterday’s newest intakes! Our volunteers were hard at work in our partnering Northern Communities, bringing in 14 animals. Thank you toZOE's Animal Rescue Societyfor helping us out and taking a litter of 6 puppies!
WARNING graphic photos Some days are just tougher than others, I know you all understand what I mean. My name is Shelby and let me tell you a bit about myself. I had a home and in my community, animals are allowed to visit their friends and neighbors. It
On March 31st, we received a late night emergency call about a puppy who was hit by a car and needed emergency vet care. Freddy arrived at the clinic around 2 am. Good news? He’s safe. He’s loved. Bad news? The medical bill could be $10,000 plus. Freddy’s diagnosis
We had an urgent rescue intake on March 28th. Fourteen animals arrived into our care with two senior dogs in horrific condition. One being in desperate need of vet care. Our volunteer team is currently en route to get them immediate medical attention. ** None of the animals are