(Available for adoption or
Work at SCARS continues to be both
challenging and rewarding. Many more
wonderful and deserving animals have found their way into our lives, some
temporarily, others permanently. The dogs listed below are presently
available for adoption.
If you are
interested in adopting one of the dogs you see here,
go to our Adoption Application page and fill out an
Adoption donation will be
determined on a case by case basis.
Click here to read about our friends who have gone to
is our miracle dog. After being on
the run for 6 weeks a woman in town found the number for SCARS and called
for help. Two of our YOUNG employees
went out and caught her. I knew
immediately why they were able to catch her, she was dying. I rushed her to the vet and they
ascertained she had ingested a large amount of rat poison while foraging
for food. The prognosis was grim,
but they treated her with large doses of Vitamin K and after a week of
intensive care, she pulled ahead and is now well and healthy! Katie is a typical Cairn terrier of about
17 lbs. She is spayed and
housebroken and quite lively. Katie
is cautious at first when she meets someone, but warms up nicely after a
while. She will do best in a family
with a fenced yard, and probably another dog. She will bolt out of a car and has to be
watched carefully. We love her here and she will make the right family a
Auggie is a
ten month old Anatolian Shepherd/Lab mix. He is almost 100 lbs
and very laid back. He is
housebroken and gets along well with other dogs but maybe no cats. Auggie is
neutered and up to date on shots and works well as an indoor and outdoor
dogs. He is also gorgeous.
been adopted. Check back to see his
story in “Success Stories”.
Murray is a one year old male, neutered, and housebroken Australian
Shepherd. He is slightly hard of
hearing and not blind, but his eyesight is limited. However, he gets along great with dogs
and cats and runs up and down stairs with confidence. Like many who have come from his
"situation," he was not socialized well and takes time to warm up
to people. However, he is beautiful
and sweet and will make the right family a great companion.
And then there
were two......we had eleven puppies born here, and all but two (of the
prettiest) have moved on to new homes. Ben and Beatrice are so gorgeous, so
good, so gentle and so bonded that I am faced with a dilemma. How can I
separate them and yet, homes are hard to find for a bonded pair. I just cannot make them leave each other
and so I am asking all of you to help share their story in the hopes of finding
them a home together. They are
almost 6 months old, spayed, neutered and housebroken. They are gentle and
loving with kids and small dogs, and are not barkers...they are jewels.
Contact us at 785-256-2976 if interested in giving these two precious dogs
a home TOGETHER!!!
We have one tan female and one tan male left. They are five
months old and have wonderful, gentle dispositions. Here is Ben (below),
the male. They are spayed
and neutered and up to date on shots. Dad is a purebred German Shepherd and mom
is a Terrier mix of some kind. At
this point they weigh about 30 lbs so are not
going to be small!! The dispositions
of all the pups are wonderful, they are gentle and tend to be a bit shy but
We have eleven beautiful puppies who will be up for adoption
around January 18th. They will be
spayed/neutered and will have had their first round of puppy shots. Mom is
some sort of Terrier mix, and dad is a purebred German Shepherd. The mom is gentle and loving and just about as sweet
as she can be. The pups are much like mom, laid back and gentle and
PLUMP!!! There are five tan boys and six brindle females!!!
Lyka is a 2 year old white, female, Australian Shepherd mix. She is spayed and housebroken and only
weighs 32 lbs. Her owners were going
through a divorce and neither one could keep her. Lyka loves kids
and gets along well with other dogs.
However, she is shy around men and will warm up in time. Lyka has a lot
of energy so would need an active family.
She settles down nicely in the house which is a real plus. This girl
is really beautiful!
Bonnie is a two year old, spayed, 50 lb,
female, Red Heeler mix. She is
gentle, sweet and housebroken. Bonnie gets along great with small children,
cats and other dogs. Bonnie has that
wonderful curled up smile, showing her teeth, when she meets you! She loves to play in the yard and is
enjoying her new found freedom from spending her life in a kennel.