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2009 (March - May)


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 2009.



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Adopted*** Snowball ***Adopted


Snowballís parents left him to be put to sleep but the vet would not do that. So, SCARS posted this litte guy and a wonderful family came along who loves him.At first Snowball is very scared and timid, but they understood and he relaxed and cuddled up in their laps right away.What a precious dog and what a waste it would have been to end his life so early. We are really happy he is now settled in his new home.



Snowball is a male, 7 year old Maltese brought in to a local vet by his owner to be put to sleep because they are moving.Well, the vet could not bring himself to do it, so, we are trying to find him a new home.Snowball is neutered, housebroken and up to date on shots.He weighs about 12-15 lbs and is very timid.







Adopted*** Freedom ***Adopted


Freedom has gone from a horrible life of starvation, to a wonderful life of love and compassion.Here she is with her new family and they have a treasure beyond compare.When I first saw her, she had given up.She was lying in her doghouse, skin and bones with a blank look on her face. I had to get her out and now she is safe. As you can see, her future looks bright.


Freedom was given up as a starvation case and has been nursed back to health - now ready for her new home.She is spayed, up to date on shots, and heartworm negative.Freedom is a 2 year old, yellow Labrador Retriever, 50 lbs, calm, gentle and good with kids/people.She is really a wonderful dog and deserves the best after what she has been through.





Adopted*** Max and Meggie ***Adopted


Max and Meggie never made it to the "Adopt Me" page! When our dear friend Steve saw them, he wanted to adopt them for his family.  He has worked for us for several years during the day, and goes to his "real job" at night.Steve is a dog lover, especially Golden Retrievers.When he saw these two cuties, he decided to take them both together and give it a shot.We here at SCARS were thrilled because we not only knew it would be a wonderful home, they would get to stay together and also have a nine year old boy to play with.  So far, other than going broke buying them toys and stuff, the whole family is doing fine!!




Adopted*** Rover (now known as Mikey) ***Adopted


Rover is now Mikey!As you can see, he has three adoring little girls to play with and two new parents.He has a doggie park across the street and the run of his new house.Mikey has got to stop jumping so much, but other than that, he is adjusting nicely.His new family has experience with Aussies and is being very tolerant of his puppy-like behavior.They tell me he has fit in very well and all reports are good!We think this is a great family portrait ... donít you?



This beautiful boy is a 6 month old, Australian Shepherd with one blue eye and one brown. He is neutered, up to date on his shots and possibly housebroken. He is good with kids and weighs about 40 lbs.  Roverís owners cannot keep him because he is a cat chaser so his new home should not have any cats. He loves being outdoors and indoors and really, really need a new home soon.






Adopted*** Midgie (now known as Casey) ***Adopted



Midgie/Casey has been adopted by a family who has another cocker male. She now has a brother to play with and so far they are trying to decide who is boss!! Her new parents bought her a toy squirrel which she is busily chasing around the house and getting plenty of exercise. I am told she is not so scared now and starting to relax. Midgie has been shipped around a lot in the last few months and needs to settle down and feel safe. I think she has found herself a home!!



Midge is a female, 4 year old, 20 lb, spayed and housebroken Cocker Spaniel.She is also heartworm negative.  Midgie is drop dead beautiful and very sweet.Her owner was evicted from her home and waited too long to find her a safe haven.She was in danger of going to a high kill shelter so we took her in and got her spayed. She would probably do best as an only dog although she has been living with an older, female, Golden Retriever. We will try to find out as much as we can about her personality, but in the meantime she is safe and ready for a permanent home.





Adopted*** Keeley ***Adopted



Keeley has gone home to her new family.She was a little timid for the first couple of days but now she is settled in and everyone is very happy.  She sleeps in bed with her new parents every night in her own spot.Keeley is very friendly with their grandkids and slept with their grandson the last time he was over.  She is a real cuddler!





Keeley is a female, 2 year old, registered and spayed, purebred Papillon.She is housebroken, up to date on shots, 9 lbs, and good with all animals and people.Keeley is very gentle and just wants to be someone's lap dog.A kind woman rescued her after seeing someone "drop kick" her across the room.Now she is moving into an apartment that does not allow pets. We are so glad she rescued her and we are sure the perfect home is out there waiting.





Adopted*** Oliver (now known as George) ***Adopted


George has gone off to an old farmhouse with lots of exciting trees and new things to investigate. He is inside most of the time, which he prefers. His new family is a long time "dog loving family" and has years of experience training and showing dogs. When we left he was drowsing on his new pillow and looking very comfy. George needed his very own home and we hope he continues to bring them pleasure as he did us.




Oliver is a 3 year old, male, purebred yellow Labrador Retriever. He is neutered and up to date on shots.Oliver appears to be housebroken and loves everyone!!He has lots of energy and needs a family of his own and room to exercise.Oliver came to us one dark rainy morning ...someone put him through our gate in the middle of the night and left quietly. He is safe now.






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