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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 application.


Adoption donation will be determined on a case by case basis.


Click here to read about our friends who have gone to permanent homes.





River is a 6 month old, female black Lab.  She is spayed and seems to be housebroken.  River was seen running across a highway and dodging traffic with no collar or tags. A passerby managed to get her in the car, and took her home.  Weeks of searching for her owner were in vain and the local humane society had no report.  Finally they decided they could not keep her, and gave her to us.  She is very active but settles down nicely inside.  She is fine with cats and likes all dogs so all in all, this is a great dog!!




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Shiloh is a seven month old, female St Bernard/Shepherd mix.  She is spayed and close to being housebroken.  Shiloh is timid but sweet and loving. She is fine with cats and other dogs, and is well behaved in the house.  Good guess for her ultimate weight is probably 60 lbs?? Her coat is so fluffy it looks like Angora.  She is a real cutie pie.





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Sammy is a six month old Lab mix...and a live wire!  He is only 35-40 lbs, neutered and housebroken.  Sammy gets along great with dogs and cats (and kids) and likes to do the "high jump!"  He calms down nicely in the house but is on the go outside.  We think he is a mix of a jumping jack, a kangaroo and a lab!!  Throw a ball for him and he will bring it back to you until the cows come home.







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Eve is a four year old blue nosed pit bull. She is now spayed and up to date on her shots. Eve was being neglected with her previous owner and extremely thin and underfed and is up to about 70 lbs.  She ended up with a foster of ours and is truly the perfect dog. She is housebroken, gentle with kids and other dogs and cats, and happy to lounge on the sofa!!  Eve debunks all of the rumors about pit bulls as she is truly a loving, gentle soul. 





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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.


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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.




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