Emmy

January 16, 2022… I’m Emmy and I was rescued by SCARS this week. I was found emaciated and on the brink of starvation. I was left behind by the family I once had and luckily a neighbour took me in and called for help. Once I arrived at my foster home, I couldn’t believe the amount of love, attention, food, & exercise I was receiving. I’m thankful to SCARS for rescuing me and giving me a better life. I’m thankful to my foster home for providing constant meals, cuddles, and a warm place to sleep. I’m not yet available for adoption but stay tuned, you will see me soon!

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Marvin

January 13… Meet Marvin! Marvin is a very large dog who had to undergo two TPLO surgeries in the past few months. You might ask, what is TPLO Surgery? “The TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) surgery has become one of the most popular orthopedic surgeries performed on dogs who have torn their cranial cruciate ligament. (ACL)” The two surgeries exceeded over $3,400! We completed one leg about 10 weeks ago and let him complete a full recovery. Then we completed the second leg last Monday Monday with our team at the Westlock Veterinary Center. He is currently on 6-8 weeks of crate rest, but this love bug would thrive in almost any home. He’s super social when not on crate rest and great with dogs, cats and kids! Stay tuned for when we post him as available for adoption.

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“Once a SCARS animal, always a SCARS animal.”

“Once a SCARS animal, always a SCARS animal.” This is one of our founding beliefs, and something we share with all adopters and volunteers. We met Anna in early 2021 when she was brought into care for a short time as part of our Spay-Neuter-Return program. This program is where we work with partner communities! On request, we transport owned pets to one of our veterinary partners to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and micro chipped. The pets spend time recovering at the clinic and then we return them to their homes. When Anna’s family could no longer care for her, she joined us as part of our foster program and is now looking forward to meeting her forever family! Click here to see more about this beautiful dilute calico (including video of her rolling around for belly rubs).

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