(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
Juniper and Benny
gorgeous purebred Border Collies showed up in a field one day and no one
ever claimed them. In fact, we made
so many efforts to find the owners, we decided they must have moved to a
foreign country! So they came to
SCARS and here is what we know. The
female, Juniper, has recently had a litter of pups but we have no clue as
to their whereabouts. The male, Benny, is probably the dad. She is quiet and loving and would make a
perfect house dog. He is lively, but
not hyper, and would be great as an inside/outside dog. They do not
necessarily have to go together but if they do not, we will make sure they
leave for their respective homes at the same time. They are both neutered, working on
getting housebroken, have all their shots and are good with kids and other
dogs. They weigh about 40 lbs and are very muscular. Aren't they precious??
Bandit is a one year old Rat Terrier mix weighing about 12
lbs. He is neutered and up to date
on shots, almost housebroken, loves all other dogs and has not been
around cats!! He is going to make a
fabulous companion to some lucky family or person!!
Mia has been adopted. Check back for her Success Story.
Mia is a two year old, spayed Chihuahua mix weighing about 10
lbs. She came to us in very bad
shape, but has made a wonderful turn around. She is quiet and shy, but loves people
once she gets to know you. She lives
peaceably with other dogs and cats and will make someone a loving
Bullet is a one
year old, male, German Shepherd mix.
He weighs about 60 lbs and is neutered and
appears to be housebroken. Of
course, no guarantees on that since they are animals! Anyway, Bullet had 24 hours before
euthanasia when SCARS was asked to pull him...fast. When I saw his face, I knew I would
not get any sleep if
we did not save him, so he came to SCARS.
The first week was a nightmare.
He was so stressed, he leaped and twirled and spun in circles.
However, with the passing of two weeks, he is clearly a great
dog! He knows a few commands, and
never has an accident. He is calming
down, thanks to lots of exercise and playing with other dogs. We have seen absolutely no aggression so
I think it is safe to say, he will make a great companion.
This dog is around 2 years old and neutered. He weighs 60 lbs,
is a German Shepherd mix and when I first saw him, it was because he
was going to be euthanized in less than 24 hrs. SCARS was asked, really begged, to tag
him and save him, which we did. Here
is the news so far. He is friendly
with other dogs, not food aggressive, not toy aggressive, but does bark at
other dogs through a fence. He is
not a fence jumper, but can escape certain kennels. He runs on the 50 acres here, but has
avoided swimming so far. He is also
very beautiful with gold in his coat.
We have named him Boots because of his white feet. I really think he
will make a wonderful companion dog.
Buck is a 6 year old purebred Boxer. He weighs 55 lbs,
is neutered and totally housebroken.
Buck can be left in the house all day and never have an accident,
nor chew anything up. He is also
very protective and will bark ferociously if any stranger comes
around. Please consider taking
this wonderful dog into your family.
Jasper is a year
old male, neutered, mix…and after careful consideration, viewing
pictures, watching him move and run, it appears Jasper is a probably a
Foxhound mix of some sort. He has the long nose of an American Bull Terrier
(Target dog) and the rest of him yells out, "I am a
Foxhound!!" He has the amiable
personality of the Foxhound, weighs about 40 lbs,
likes people and loves to poke around in the high grass
with his tail sticking up.
Jasper had one day to live when we pulled him and we are so glad we
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!!!