McCook Humane Society, McCook, NE


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McCook Humane Society

"Pat & Leigh Farrell"

August 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.

McCook Humane Society Guest Destiny is a beautiful brown and white German Shorthaired Pointer that came in as a stray, so we know nothing at all about her past. We do know that she's very sweet, and very smart, and very eager to please. She's an adult that doesn't seem to have any problems with anyone. She'd be a welcome addition to any active family.

McCook Humane Society Guest Jiggs may have gotten his name from his cute little dance he does when he gets excited... he's a super friendly and outgoing black and white German Shorthaired Pointer mix that came in as a stray and wasn't claimed. He really is fun to be around, will make you smile very quickly, and would be a wonderful addition to any active home.

McCook Humane Society Guest Looking for a princess? We've got one! Our PRINCESS is a simply beautiful brown and black Rottweiler mix that came in because her previous owner's didn't have the time to care for her. She's an extremely social gal, loves everyone, and has a wonderfully friendly disposition.

McCook Humane Society Guest Sargeant came in as a stray and wasn't claimed. He's a very sweet brown and tan Doberman Pinscher mix that minds extremely well. He's got a very mellow disposition and gets along with everyone. He seems to be extremely eager to please, and he'd be a perfect companion for someone looking for a running partner!

McCook Humane Society Guest Frenchie is a stray that came in and unbelievably still hasn't been claimed. This French Bulldog mix is now available for adoption and is a very sweet and smart boy. He's a young adult, and we really don't know much about him. He walks well on a leash, and would be best suited in a home with folks who could spend time with him and keep him company, he's not a happy camper being kenneled.

McCook Humane Society Guest Stewie may not be planning world domination (checking to see how many Family Guy fans we have out here), but his plans would definitely include finding a forever home. This sweet and gorgeous Border Collie mix is black with white markings, he came in as a stray. He really is just a sweetheart, very smart and easily trained. He loves everyone, so he'd make an awesome addition to any active family.

McCook Humane Society Guest Dixie has come to us as a stray, she was found wandering the streets and taken in by a kind family while they tried to find her owner. She's right at a year old, a gorgeous fawn and white Italian Greyhound and Boxer mix. This gal is very friendly, been around other dogs, cats and kids and doesn't seem to have a problem with anyone. She's got a seriously sweet disposition and is very eager to make you happy.

McCook Humane Society Guest Mercury comes to us because her previous owners just don't have the energy to spend with her... they're an older couple and felt like it wasn't fair to this young Lab mix gal that they couldn't spend time with her or take her places. She's a very sweet black Lab mix, barely a year old, and would be an awesome addition to any active family.

McCook Humane Society Guest Spike is just one big ole puppy! This year and a half old black and white Lab mix originally came to us because his previous owner passed away and the remaining family just couldn't keep him. He's all puppy, and plays just a bit too rough with the very small children. He just can't seem to understand that toddlers really don't enjoy being knocked down even if it's just to lick them all over their faces! Spike just loves everybody and would do wonderfully in an active home with older children that are big enough to withstand his love!

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.