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Our wonderful Mascot, Lucky passed away on Tuesday, March 27, 2012. He was a true, loyal, faithful friend and all of us at SCLP and all our volunteers will miss him greatly. He was one of the spunkiest and yet, most loving dogs to ever pass through our doors. He spent 18 months living with us since it was decided that due to his heartworm postive condition and extreme anxiety about change that he should not got into a home, but make SCLP his forever loving home.

He came into the rescue after he was closed into someone's garage and was not able to escape. Myself and many others had tried to catch him as he was a known stray to the area. He was so street smart though and we could never catch him. He wouldn't eat any food that was left out for him and he wouldn't eat from a human hand. It was only towards the end of his life that we could actually get him to eat treats and take meds from us by hand. We always had to grind up his medicine into his food to get him to take it. On arrival his hair was so matted that we had to shave all it off so he could grow a new healthy coat. He had many scars on his body that spoke of the tough life he had lived. But he was beautiful and his eyes told alot of his story along with his rough condition and buckshot in his hind. He never stayed in a kennel but instead roamed the entire building and met every other dog that happened to pass through. His presence was Large. He was also a great helper with all our daily chores :<).

We know he is running and healthy now and we know we will meet him again someday.
Thank you Lucky for all the unconditional love you gave to us and for all you did for each of us at SCLP.
I personally enjoyed and cherished Every Minute of Every Day of your life that we shared together.
You will be missed.

This site is dedicated in memory of Elliott and Sam Wilcox. To honor them and their fun loving, wonderful, yet onery spirits. Both were lost on 5/07/2005 when they got out of our yard and were never seen again. We have many wonderful memories of Elliott and Sam.

The loss of our two labs is the catalyst to starting this rescue. It is our hope that by the creation of this website and the rescue we can increase the chances for more lost pets to get back home. Our first goal is to return lost pets back home. When it is not possible to locate original owners our goal is to find new forever homes.

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Saunders County Lost Pets
Pet Rescue (SCLP)

226 West 5th Street
Wahoo, NE 68066

(402)- 277-7056


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