McCook Humane Society, McCook, NE

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McCook Humane Society

 In Memory of Pamela R. Hanes

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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.

Timber  
McCook Humane Society Guest Silly and fun... Timber is a another truly fun fella to be around. This young tri-color Coonhound and Lab mix came in as a stray from a neighboring community and this guy wasn't claimed by an owner. This guy will keep you in a good mood, you have no choice!. He's got a personality, and a whole lot of energy. He needs to be in a home with someone who's got time to spend with him and who has an active lifestyle. We know nothing about his background, but he's another one that we've all fallen in love with because of his antics!

Bud  
McCook Humane Society Guest Bud comes to us because his previous owner has had to move into assisted living and couldn't take this little guy with her. It's very obvious that he was spoiled and with her always. He's a little guy, a wire haired black and tan Terrier who was born in February of 2013. This guy can be a snuggle bug and is very much a people person, but he really does pick and choose that person! We're coming to find out that he doesn't do well with children, especially the younger ones. He doesn't do well with other dogs. He seems to do exceptionally well with any of the adults that have him, especially if we're willing to hold him and pay attention to him! This little guy would be best suited in a home with a settled adult person or persons with no kids, no other pets, and who has time for a little guy to hang out with.

Lainie  
McCook Humane Society Guest Lanie is just over a year old and comes to us because her previous owners had no choice but to rehome her and her mom, Sophie, due to the family losing their home. These girls are wonderful and just gorgeous. Lanie's mom is a Malamute and Australian Shepherd mix, while her father is a German Shorthaired Pointer. She's just over a year old and has gorgeous brown, tan and white markings that you have to see to believe. Her blue eyes just complete this girls beauty. She's still very young, very active and has so much energy that she definitely needs a home that is ready for it. She loves everyone she meets, gets along great with dogs and her previous owner said says they didn't have any cats but neither of the girls offered to chase the strays in the neighborhood.

Lobo  
McCook Humane Society Guest Another absolutely stunning fella... "LOBO" is looking for a new home because his previous owner just can't keep him, they already have too many dogs. This five to six year old big red and creme colored Malamute Husky is a big sweetheart. He gets along great with other dogs, and absolutely loves anyone he meets, especially kids. If you're looking for a big guy to follow you around, here ya go! STATUS UPDATE: Lobo has found a home.... ADOPTED!!!!!

Tigger  
McCook Humane Society Guest Tigger comes to us because his previous owner's health has declined to the point where he had to reh-home him. He's a happy bouncy fella, yep, we're fairly certain that's where he got his name! He's right at three years old, a Fox Terrier mix, and very friendly. This guy would be best suited in a home without cats.

Cowboy  
McCook Humane Society Guest Cowboy is a young male who came to us as a stray that nobody claimed. He's best guess a Heeler and Border Collie mix, he was a scared young guy when he came in and is just a sweetheart who has warmed up so quickly to all of us. He's super smart and just needs a home with someone who has time and someone to love him like he'll love them. He's a calm fella, we have to think that once he finds a home and realizes that it's his home, he might actually pep up even more, but he's already got a tail that wags non-stop with us!

Quinn  
McCook Humane Society Guest Quinn is a beautiful young adult Boxer mix who is mostly black with white markings. She's a young adult, just over a year old, and comes to us because her previous owner couldn't care for her or her son, Harley. Quinn is a very sweet gal who loves everyone she meets, gets along great with other dogs and humans of all ages. She comes from a home that didn't have any cats, so we have no idea how she'd be around them. She's super smart and would be an awesome addition to any family who had time to spend with her.

Ella  
McCook Humane Society Guest Ella comes to us because her previous owner couldn't keep her anymore. She's a seven year old gorgeous yellow Lab who is super friendly and super sweet. Well, what Lab isn't right? She loves everyone she meets, gets along with other dogs, cats, and doesn't seem to have a single thing we can find that haven't fallen in love with about her!

Lady  
McCook Humane Society Guest Lady is an absolutely gorgeous and very uniquely marked Heeler and Boxer mix who comes to us because her original owner couldn't keep her and she was rescued by someone who had too many pets. We know absolutely nothing about her background, we were told that she shouldn't be around livestock. She's a very smart girl, and seems very eager to please so she'd be easy to train. She's right at or under a year old.

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.