(lifetime medical needs)

  • Date Received:  January 15, 2015
  • Adopted:  April 3, 2015
  • Returned:  August 10, 2019
  • History:  Scully is a big strapping boy but could not race because of an injury (a skull fracture) as a young puppy.  He’s of good stock, dam being CTW Plaza Amor and Sire being Kiowa Sweet Trey.  His siblings’ names are CTW Points West, CTW Points North and CTW Points South.  What do you want to bet his registered name would be Points East.   He’s one happy, affectionate, playful boy.  He just wants to be with people and live a cushy home life.  He appears to get along with other dogs, both male and female.  He’s glad he’s off the farm and in a foster home (looking for a permanent bed).  After he settles into his new life, we will know more about him.

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Scully with his mom, Kristen!  Congrats to all!
October 16, 2019 update: Scully has found his forever home with TAGS’ alums Hildy, Dash and Annie.  Congrats to Scully and his new family!!

September 20, 2019 update:  Medical Update:  As stated in Scully’s original biography, he sustained a head injury as a young puppy.  After he was adopted he began having seizures which are controlled with daily medication.  He also appears to have no peripheral vision in his left eye and consequently he usually goes to the right when he walks.  He is still the sweet, affectionate boy he always was.  He is definitely a follower and will do best in a home with another dog or two.  He is currently in a foster home with multiple cats and multiple Greyhounds.  Scully will always have medical issues and will require an owner who understands his issues and is willing to provide the care he needs.

August 10, 2019 update:  Due to the sudden death of their owner, Scully and Scarlet (formerly Joy) were returned to TAGS on August 10, 2019 after being in the same home for over four years.  Our sympathy goes out to Stacey’s family and friends.  She will be missed by all.

April 3, 2015 update:  Scully found his loving, lifetime home and is looking forward to having a Greyhound brother or sister in the future.

February 24, 2015 (Cat test) update:  Scully has had an extensive cat test – multiple days in a home with five (that’s correct, 5) cats and three Greyhounds. We knew he would be fine with the other dogs but cats were an unknown. Well, now it is known (at least with these 5 cats). Scully is cat tolerant.  He has proven himself tolerant to roam the house without a muzzle with the cats. According to his temporary fosters, he is also a very sweet boy and quite the snuggler. 

January 15, 2015 update: Scully came to TAGS for a life of retirement and to find his loving lifetime home. 

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