McCook Humane Society, McCook, NE

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Make Your House A Home. . .Adopt a Shelter Dog or Cat!!

McCook Humane Society

In memory of Bob & Nema Johnson

January Featured
"Adopt-A-Kennel"
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Hours:
Monday-Friday

   2pm - 5pm
Saturday
   Noon - 4pm

Location:
100 South Street
McCook, NE 69001

Phone:
308-345-2372

Dogs Available for Adoption

Thank you for choosing to adopt a pet. If you are interested in adopting a puppy or dog listed on this website please contact us or visit our shelter to meet the pets "in person." 

There is a nice selection of dogs and puppies for adoption. Stop in the shelter and take a look at them and perhaps take one home with you.

If the pet you are looking for has already found a family, please consider one of the other wonderful pets who needs you.

In a perfect world, every dog would have a home
 and every home would have a dog.

Thor  
McCook Humane Society Guest Thor is an extremely sweet and energetic two year old black Lab and Boxer mix with cool white markings. He's very friendly, very outgoing and gets along with absolutely everyone he meets. He's great with other dogs also. He comes to us only because he's just too much dog for the elderly couple that had him, he's got too much energy and too much strength. This guy is great inside the house also, he spent more time in then out, but is happy either way as long as he's getting attention. He's not entirely convinced he's actually a dog!

Lily  
McCook Humane Society Guest Poor Lily comes to us because her previous owners just have too many dogs for the city ordinances. She's a very sweet and friendly chocolate Lab and German Shorthair Pointer mix who's right around four years old. She's great with kids and adults alike, with dogs, with cats, she's just great with anyone. She's just really wanting an actual forever home with folks that will spend time with her and open their home and heart to her and give her a stable loving home. She's got a huge heart and a lot of love to give to that special family.

Sue  
McCook Humane Society Guest Meet Sue... and yes, we hear Johnny Cash playing in the background singing How do ya do? But Sue is a she. She's actually a beautiful 4 year old German Shorthair Pointer that gets along great with everyone she meets, and with cats and with most dogs. She comes to us because she developed a dislike for one of her kennel mates. Her previous owners decided it would be in everyone's best interest if she found a new home rather than worry that there'd be any trouble. She was still find with all of the other dogs. She does need to find a home without chickens or cows though. She's very smart, friendly and extremely easy to work with.

Possum Chick and Robin  
McCook Humane Society Guest Here's the girls of the litter... Possum, Chick and Robin. Three out of a litter of six that were brought in because the folks just had way too many animals. The mom is a Corgi and Bull Terrier mix and the dad is a Dachshund mix, and they were born on November 3rd. They're all very friendly and super puppy happy!

Monkey and Badger  
McCook Humane Society Guest Meet Monkey and Badger... two out of a litter of six that were brought in because the folks just had way too many animals. The mom is a Corgi and Bull Terrier mix and the dad is a Dachshund mix, and they were born on November 3rd. They're all very friendly and super puppy happy!

Cappy  
McCook Humane Society Guest Cappy is a sweet and friendly Aussie mix who showed up at a very kind man's house over a month ago and he tried to find the owner but was unsuccessful. He named him Cappy and they became buddies. This is a wonderful dog as a human companion, but absolutely not cut out for the farm life. He needs to be a pet and not around livestock or cats. He gets along with other dogs and he's absolutely wonderful with adults, absolutely love the older kids, just not the toddlers. He was actually adopted into a wonderful home and was the constant companion to the 10 year old, but the 2 year old who absolutely loved him and just wouldn't stop showing him so much love and attention, he was extremely nervous around. So the heartwrenching decision was made to bring him back.

Website photos and pets' availability are updated weekly.  "Adopt a Pet" on KICX radio, 96.1 FM, airs each day between 7:30 and 8 am with the latest information on our adoptable pets or give us a call at the Shelter.