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Be sure to include "Chuck Puppiies when filling out the survey. I am not suitable for an apartment. CNHS is governed by a Board of Directors whose members establish the policies, operation guidelines, strategic planning and fundraising for the organization.

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Small or large we appreciate your donation. For information on fostering, adopting or volunteering, us at: info NebraskaNoKill. This information is 3 hours old and may not represent all of the animals at the Nebraska Humane Society.

All donations and financial support goes directly to impacting the lives of animals in a positive way. The more fosters and funding we have, the more dogs we can save!

About our shelter

After reviewing your application, we will only be reaching out to you if the animal is a good fit for your home. Provides our animals with. My education has been a little lacking, but if you're ready to teach and have yummy treats, I'm ready to learn.

Funding from the relationship with local city government only covers the work of Animal Control. Currently, the CNHS staff is developing new programs including comprehensive animal foster care and dog training programs as well as revamping its volunteer program. Much of the funding CNHS needs to care nebrasak animals comes from the generous support of local donations. We are inspired and affirmed on a daily basis by the support received from the Lincoln community, where most of our fosters and adopters luppies.

Our network is growing, but the influx of dogs in need of a foster home continues.

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I need a home where all kids are at least in nebradka teens. I'm so excited to see you and play, that I tend to get in others personal space. I would prefer to go to a home where I am the only dog or with a female dog. Open your heart to a homeless animal and gain a loyal companion About Us About Our Shelter Established in and celebrating over 50 years of service, the Central Nebraska Humane Society is still located at the original site donated by Herbert and Barbara Glover.

Your donations go a long way

Your Donations Go a Long Way As a nonprofit organization, we depend on donations to run the shelter and care for the animals that need homes. Foster dogs are fully vetted prior to placement, and medical expenses are paid for by Nebraska No Kill Canine Rescue until an adopter is found. Well I'm the nnebraska for you! With time and patience, I can show you just how smart I could be!

Cheeto will be shown by appointment only. I need tomeet all family and any other dogs in the home. Our volunteers are striving for the day when every dog has a safe and loving home.

People might describe me as bashful or maybe a little sensitive to my surroundings. Nebraska No Kill Canine Rescue strives to collaborate with other local rescues and has developed a strong relationship with the Capital Humane Society and fre shelters across the state, often working together on hard-to-place dogs.

I am not suited for apartment living. I am now available for adoption.

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This just means you'll be the apple of my eye and my source of safety and security. Development of these new programs would not occur without the generous financial support of area donors.

If you are interested in learning more about this animal, please fill out an application by clicking here. I would appreciate a quiet, low-traffic home without young children, as a busy household may be overwhelming for me.

CNHS is the largest nonprofit c 3 animal welfare organization in a lead role in central Nebraska. I'm looking for a person that will understand me and help me gain confidence at my own pace. We utilize a network of foster homes who volunteer their time.

Looking for a fun loving, energetic canine companion that loves to just goof around? Chuck will be shown by appointment only. Those two factors are the keys to our whole operation.