McCook Humane Society, McCook, NE


Pet of the Week

Captain Jack

Stop in and find the "Love of your Life" waiting for a new home!

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

McCook Humane Society

Maurice Ornelas

March Featured


   2pm - 5pm
   Noon - 4pm

100 South Street
McCook, NE 69001


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.

Captain Jack  
McCook Humane Society Guest Captain Jack came in as a stray, and he's one of those strays that comes in that we don't understand why someone didn't come in and claim him. He's a young adult white Heeler mix with super cool brindle markings and ticking, who is super smart and minds very well. He's mellow, and lovable. He'd make someone a truly awesome pal.

McCook Humane Society Guest Triton is a gorgeous three year old American Staffordshire Terrier who comes to us because his previous owners are going through some life changes and are rehoming all of their pets. He's white with brown patches, super friendly and very well behaved. He does great with anyone he meets, kids included, and other dogs, but sometimes will chase the cats when they run.

McCook Humane Society Guest Chief is here and is just the cutest roly poly black and tan short haired Chihuahua who comes to us because his owner has had to move into assisted living and can't have his two little lapdogs with him anymore. It's so sad. They've lost their human, their pack leader, and now they're just lost without him. His partner, Tina, found a home and now Chief is still here looking for his new forever home. These two have both obviously been spoiled rotten and been the whole world to their human.

McCook Humane Society Guest Since it takes two to Tango, you better come on in and adopt this gorgeous fella! Tango truly is beautiful, he's got very unique markings and a wonderful, friendly and outgoing personality to match. He's a Malinois and Australian Shepherd mix who wandered in as a stray so we don't know a thing about his background. He doesn't seem to have a problem at all with any of the other dogs, nor with anyone he's met. He's best guess around a year and a half old.

McCook Humane Society Guest Aries is just an adorable little adult black and tan Miniature Pinscher. She is one of a group of dogs that was left behind when the family that owned them all moved away. The home she came from had quite a few other dogs and kids and so we know she gets along great with them both. She's just very sweet and loves attention. Come on in and meet this little cutie and give her the forever home that she deserves.

McCook Humane Society Guest Castiel is a sweet and friendly Aussie mix who showed up at a very kind man's house for over a month he tried to find the owner but was unsuccessful. 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. Castiel needs to find a home with someone who has time to spend with him.

McCook Humane Society Guest Eddie is a four year old longer haired black Australian Shepherd with tan markings. He is absolutely gorgeous! He's very friendly, and was only brought in to us because he's still just a little too much dog for his previous owners. He's an outside dog and they just don't have time to spend with him, nor do they have a job for him and felt it was best if he found a home with folks that could give him just that. He doesn't have any problem with other dogs, don't know about cats, they didn't have any. Come on in and meet this super handsome fella!

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.

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.