Available Dogs - Nebraska Humane Society

From 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. on July 15/16, 2017, Pets in Omaha will be proud to bring the 2017 Pick-a-Pooch Adoption Days to Ralston Arena (7300 Q Street, Omaha, NE)! The event will be host to over 100 booths from area rescue groups, shelters, and pet-loving businesses. Admission is again free thanks to our corporate sponsors. Big Dogs Huge Paws Volunteers will be there with our Foster dogs! Please stop and see our wonderful giants that are looking for homes!

NBRAN-NEBRASKA has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in OMAHA, Nebraska.

On the largest charitable giving day of the year in Omaha, we will be at Wine Cellar 510 with some of our adoptable dogs! Please stop by, grab a drink, and help us raise money for T&C!

8929 Fort Street Omaha, Nebraska 68134

Little White Dog Rescue has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Omaha, Nebraska. The Nebraska Humane Society, located at 89th and Fort in Omaha, has year-round opportunities for you to train your animals. From basic training commands like “come, sit, stay,” to advanced training classes supervised by experienced training professionals, the Humane Society will help you and and your animals (regardless of training experience) become more obedient. Some dogs available for adoption come with free training classes, so ask about that to when adopting. For listings for classes, click .

Adopt A Pet - Nebraska Humane Society

The Nebraska Humane Society is a private non-profit organization that rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes thousands of animals each year. We also provide animal control services to Omaha and Sarpy County. As an open entry shelter we take in all lost, abandoned, unwanted and mistreated pets who have nowhere else to go. We work to return the lost, heal the sick and whenever possible, adopt the homeless. Toward that end we treat diseases, set broken bones, stitch up wounds, spay or neuter, microchip, and offer behavior help for scared and unruly dogs. We also work to keep pets in homes by educating pet owners, providing training and free behavior help, and promoting responsible pet ownership.

We also provide animal control services to Omaha and Sarpy County