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2010 (February - March)


Here are the original stories and adoption information about those dogs who came to us as a result of abuse or abandonment, and have been placed in permanent homes during 2010.



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Adopted*** Moe, Larry, and Curley ***Adopted


Every Sunday a great bunch of high school kids come to volunteer at SCARS.  Two of them fell in love with the pug pups and badgered their parents until they gave in (yippee!!)  They are now settled in the two homes and live so close to each other that the two brothers get play days together!  They also each have a new doggie friend at home too.  The great news is we get to see them again and hear all about their new life!

Here are some fun family photos.



pug mix pups1These three little boys are ten weeks old, neutered, and are up to date on shots.  Their mom is a purebred pug and dad a medium sized setter so they will probably not be too big.  They are gentle and sweet and seem to have quiet dispositions.  They get along well with other dogs and all kids. We will keep the website updated on their progress!


They have all been adopted.  Check back to our Success Stories page for details.


larry and mo1




Adopted*** Chase ***Adopted


chase home1Who would have thought our little two and a half legged Chase would be adopted??  Well, he has and to a great family - and, of course, one of Maureen's former dog loving students. Jessica's mom called and said the only thing she wanted for her 18th birthday was Chase! He is now going on walks, visits PetsMart and has a poodle for a buddy. Jessica volunteers at SCARS so we get to have an update on him constantly!




Former sponsored dog, Chase


Chase – only has use of 2 ½  legs, but

gets around well



Jan Hull

Since January, 2008

Gold Level




Adopted*** McCaffery ***Adopted


mcaffrey home1

McCaffrey has gone to a great home with another Doxie who looks just like her!  We had her at the PetsMart adoption weekend with her brother , Boom Boom. However, it was the website that got her new home and she is working out great! We still need a home for her brother Boom Boom!




BoomBoom (right) is a 3 year old, male, Chihuahua.  He is neutered, weighs 15 lbs, and is housebroken.  McCaffrey is his buddy and she is a 6 year old, female, dapple Dachshund also weighing about 15 lbs.  She is spayed and housebroken, as well.  Unfortunately, their owner has some health issues which is making it difficult for her to keep them.  They are both cuddly dogs with no problems that would make them hard to adopt!





Adopted*** Bebe ***Adopted


tan pup1Bebe never made to the “Adopt Me” page before she was adopted.  Here is and update from her new owners:


“Thanks again so much for your efforts to bring Bebe (her new name) to her new home.  She is a sweetheart, already comes to her name, and has settled in.  Our 2 year old grand daughter named her and that was that.  She is very mellow, already poops and pees outside, and is just thrilled with being outside on our 15 acre farm.  She and Auggie, our yellow lab are already fast friends and pretty much play non-stop.  Thanks again for everything and we are thrilled with our new girl.  I'll send pics along as we take them.  We also scheduled her to be spayed so that will be done next week.  Keep us in the loop about SCARS and keep up the great work.”




Adopted*** Bernie ***Adopted


bernie home1

Bernie is now settled happily in his new home with his boxer sibling, Kenya.  Bernie has a rough start but some friends of SCARS helped us find him the perfect home.  He wrestles with Kenya and gets to be an inside dog (his preference) and after having been left outside in terrible weather 24X7 he has hit the jackpot!  Here he is snuggling with his new dad!




This purebred brindle boxer is 3 years old, neutered and housebroken. He is up to date on shots and weighs about 50 lbs.  Bernie gets along well with dogs and people and tends to be quiet and a bit shy.  He was found wandering down a dirt road near Wichita and brought here by visiting neighbors who did not want to take him to the local pound.








Adopted*** Rose  ***Adopted



rose homeRose is a tiny Chihuahua who needed a home badly. When SCARS found out about her, I knew immediately who to call.  One of our favorite foster families was looking for a companion for the former SCARS dog they adopted named Jose.  Rose and Jose are now best buddies and Rose is getting fatter ... she needed to gain weight.  Their family is growing by leaps and bounds thanks to all of our great dogs!!





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