(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
Buffy is a 3 1/2 year old, purebred, merle Great Dane. If you
are looking for perfection, you have it with this dog. She is housebroken, spayed and perfectly
behaved in the house and loves everyone.
Buffy just wants to be a lap dog, so your legs will get sort of
numb if she sleeps on your lap long enough.
Buffy was emaciated when we got her and she is now getting
four meals a day and we are seeing a slow improvement. Everyone who meets her falls in love with
this gentle giant. You cannot go wrong with this gal.
Delilah is a two year old American Bulldog. She is spayed, housebroken, good with
other dogs and kids. Delilah weighs
about 50lbs and loves to run and play, but is definitely a people dog. She is well behaved in the house...so
far! She does have a piercing shriek
when a car or something with a motor zips by her. We are working on her not to chase our
Gator and today she did fine.
Delilah is a delightful dog and will make a super companion.
and Mandy are two purebred Australian Shepherd puppies. They are nine weeks old, spayed and
up to date on puppy shots. One is a
tri color and one is black and white. The black and white one is the runt
but most miniature Aussies grow to be around 20 -25 pounds as adults. They are soft fluff balls and totally
Auggie is now a year old. He is a gorgeous purebred Anatolian
Shepherd, but looks like a huge blonde lab!
He weighs close to 100 lbs and is neutered and almost
housebroken. Auggie is friendly with
other dogs and loves kids. He is
very laid back and the only problem we have had so far is we caught him
chewing the hose. Other than that,
he is a wonderful dog.
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.
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 love everyone.
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!!!
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.