W4W Shelter Delivery Day

Winter is here again and we have been delivering as many insulated pet shelters as possible. These dogs loved their new shelter so much they didn’t want to come back out. When we visit communities, we also help by bringing stray and unwanted animals into our care. Click here to learn more about Walls 4 Winter. https://www.scarscare.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/21DecW4W.mp4

December 2021

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Helping pets stay home

December 17, 2021. When it’s this cold, the only thing we could think of is… are the animals fed and warm? We loaded up some dog houses and delivered to some needy dogs and refilled previously delivered dog houses with straw. We also visited with a few dogs that are part of our spay-neuter-return program. They know they get treats and hugs every time we see them. Thank you to all the supporters who make these programs possible. We give dogs and cats (yes, we do cat houses too) a safe and warm place to relax! Check out our Walls for Winter program.

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10 lives saved but many still need help!

We were so happy to save 10 lives this week by visiting a rural pound, but many animals still need our help! SCARS goes to rural pounds and selects the pets we are currently able to help. We try to take them all whenever we can, but sometimes we have to choose. Who we leave behind depends on foster home space availability and determining which pets are the most vulnerable. For example, puppies. We always choose puppies first because their immune systems have a tough time fighting diseases. We also look for the sick or injured. They also need to come first. If we have to leave anyone behind, we have to select the strongest ones. But it is heartbreaking to leave anyone behind. And we ALWAYS go back soon until we have helped them all.   This last trip, we took a litter of four puppies from a pound, along with six older pets. The puppies came to us just in time. Within an hour of arrival, the poor skinny pups needed to be rushed to veterinary care. They started to vomit and have…
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