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Dogs in Omaha looking for their furr-ever homes

Dogs in Omaha looking for their furr-ever homes
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on May 28, 2019.

Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some cuddly canines? There are dozens of great dogs up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Omaha.

Animal shelters work hard to care for unhoused pets and connect them to loving homes. Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of dogs currently available for adoption.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Reggie, dachshund

Reggie is a sweet male dachshund dog being kept at Nebraska Dachshund Rescue. Reggie loves other dogs, cats and kids. Fear not: He has already house-trained. He is already vaccinated and neutered.

More on Reggie: 

Reggie is a two-year-old boy that came to rescue because of a fractured jaw caused by a Great Pyrenees that bit his snout. He was in a vet's office in Oklahoma and his family did not have the resources to fix him, so we stepped up and took on the challenge. He is a super good boy, loves people, other dogs and will make a great fit to the perfect family when he's all healed up.

Apply to adopt Reggie today at Petfinder.

Zeke, German wirehaired pointer

Zeke is an adorable male German wirehaired pointer dog currently housed at Great Plains Pointer Rescue.

No other pets please: Zeke is looking for forever home without other dogs or cats. Zeke is looking for a home without small children. He is neutered, and he has all his shots. Have no fear: He has already house-trained.

More on Zeke: 

I’m Zeke, an nine-month old German Wirehaired Pointer puppy! I’m completely house and crate trained and have been through puppy classes with my prior owners. I love attention and I have pretty good house manners. I need a little more work on my obedience… I understand what you want but I am very much a puppy and sometimes I have more enthusiasm than brains. I still jump and counter surf when I’m excited. A long walk or romp around the yard solves that, when I am tired I am ready to get to work! I’m extremely food motivated and eager to learn new things. I sleep quietly in my crate at night and I enjoy long walks down the gravel road with my foster mom. Word on the street is that I get to practice my bird hunting skills next week… I am new to this hunting thing but I have shown promise. I am not gun shy. 

Read more about how to adopt Zeke on Petfinder.

Susie, dachshund

Susie is a winsome female dachshund dog in the care of Nebraska Dachshund Rescue. Susie loves other dogs. She is looking for cat-free home. Susie is spayed and vaccinated. She's already house-trained.

More on Susie: 

Hello there everyone, my name is Susie and I am a young girl probably around two years old looking for the perfect home. I am kennel trained, potty trained and good with other dogs and kids. I love to play, play, play, so if you do too, then we will be the perfect match for each other! I would love a home with some kids to play with and a yard to run, run, run in.

Read more about Susie on Petfinder.

Brutis, pointer mix

Brutis is a male pointer mix staying at Great Plains Pointer Rescue. Brutis is happy to keep company with other dogs. His vaccinations are up to date, and he's neutered. Good news: He's already house-trained.

More on Brutis:

Brutis is a young, neutered male pointer mix who is eager to learn. He has quickly been learning manners, how to walk on a leash, potty training and crate training in his foster home. He has a goofy puppy personality. He gets along with other dogs and loves people! He also likes to go for car rides. 

Read more about Brutis on Petfinder.

Kiki, Alaskan malamute

Kiki is a female Alaskan malamute dog in the care of Taysia Blue Siberian Husky Rescue. Kiki wants all your attention: She'll need a home free of other dogs. Cats and children are okay. She's been vaccinated and spayed. Fear not: She has already house-trained.

More on Kiki:

I don’t mean to brag, but I am a world-renowned opera singer! It would be selfish to keep this gift to myself, so I do my best to share my talents with everyone I meet. I enjoy spending time with people and most children, but not everyone likes my chosen genre. I don’t blame them though, it takes a special ear to appreciate my music. Despite being used to my own powerful voice, I get startled by fireworks, thunder, bubble wrap and crinkly plastic. I don’t understand it either, just thought I should let you know. Other than singing, I like to spend time napping. I really need to start getting out more often though and lose some of the weight I’ve packed on over the years. I’m not the easiest to walk on a leash right now, but I haven’t been taken on walks in a really long time so I’m out of practice. I am well behaved in the house and don’t get up on the furniture in my current home. I can sit up on my back legs which always seems to impress people, but I’ve been doing that for a long time now so it’s no biggie to me. 

Read more about Kiki on Petfinder.


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