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Could You Sponsor One Of These Dogs??

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All of these wonderful dogs, for one reason or another, have become a treasured part of the SCARS family and permanent residents of the shelter.  We usually maintain a population of approximately 40 dogs – all needing every day care, including food, veterinarian care, grooming, and, of course, a daily dose of love.

Take a moment to get acquainted with some of our family….

 

(Go directly to the SCARS Sponsorship Programs to see how you can sponsor one of our dogs.)

 

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Jenny – When Jenny was 2 years old she was diagnosed at Ks. State University veterinary hospital as having Addison's disease which is rare, but treatable. Jenny is now about 9 years old and a purebred German Shorthair Pointer.  She has been taking monthly shots all of her life (and they are expensive).  Any donations toward her care would be greatly appreciated.

 

Jenny today…

 

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RCA - RCA appears to be unadoptable.  She is so pretty but refuses to trust anyone and when prospective adopters visit, she acts so unfriendly and rude that no one is interested in her!  She is basically gentle with us and good with other dogs but after two years of failed meetings, she is here until someone decides to give her a chance.

 

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Addie before…

 

Addie - Addie was thrown from a car in Ks.City and finally  captured by the police. She was taken to a local shelter, emaciated and weak, and continued to decline. Finally she was sent to SCARS where she was diagnosed with EPI, endocrine pancreatic insufficiency. Addie is on an enzyme powder that is expensive and she will be on it for the rest of her life. She has now gained 15 lbs and is enjoying life to the fullest!!

 

Addie today…

 

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Jasmine – in shock due to abuse when rescued

 

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7 Up - 8 year old Jack Russell Terrier mix who has never been chosen for adoption. Unfortunately he goes into an odd shaking when he leaves the driveway. When I took him to Petsmart he hid under the table, shaking.

 

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