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Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Rehome  

 

Mail: info@nebraskanokill.org

 

Nebraska
No Kill
Canine
Rescue Home. For Adoption. Volunteer. Donate. Services. New Beginnings.

Nebraska No Kill Canine Rescue (NNKCR) was formed by five people who had a dream that one day all adoptable dogs in Lancaster County would find loving homes.

 

To accomplish this, we do three things:

 

NNKCR is a 501(c)(3) Not-For-Profit dog rescue group. We provide emergency foster care for homeless dogs, veterinary care for dogs in our care and find forever homes for homeless dogs. NNKCR is an all-volunteer organization, and 100% of all funds donated go toward our rescue efforts and the dogs in our care.

 

If you’re interested in adopting or becoming a foster pet parent to one of our rescue dogs, email us.

Contact Us:

 

PO Box 6295

Lincoln, NE 68506-6295

 

Info@NebraskaNoKill.org

Change a Life:

Foster a Dog

We’re looking for volunteers who

can provide temporary homes to

dogs until they are adopted. This

is key to our ability to rescue dogs — the more foster homes we have, the more dogs we can save.

 

If you can foster, please email us

at info@nebraskanokill.org. and if

you know someone who may be

interested, feel free to pass along

our email address or this brochure.

Mark Your Calendars

       

        TAILS N’ TRAILS

                May 17th

     Fallbrook Town Center

     

    GIVE TO LINCOLN DAY

               May 29th

              www.lcf.org

 

          WINE & HOWL

                June 7th

        Deer Springs Winery

       ADOPT A SENIOR DOG!

 

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SENIOR DOGS are an excellent choice for anyone wanting a dog as a companion.  These dogs tend to be very loving and attentive to their owners and are happy to be in their company.  Most require less exercise than a young dog, but do enjoy an occasional walk.  If you’re looking for a dog who won’t require a lot of training time, then please consider a senior dog. These dogs deserve permanent homes. The right homes are out there, we just need your help to connect them with the right senior dogs.  Having a loyal friend to spend time with is as good for the dog as it is for the person who adopted them.  Please help spread the word and let’s find these seniors a good home!

  Max & Charlie have      

lost their home!

  FOSTERS OR  PERMANENT  HOMES  ARE NEEDED.   

Charlie and Max are homeless. We wanted to place them together, but when they had to be separated, we found that they do just fine on their own. Charlie enjoys the company of other dogs and Max needs to be an only dog. Both dogs love to play!

Both dogs were house dogs prior to the birth of a child with allergies. They are well trained on commands and do very well on a leash.  These are wonderful  dogs who would love to become part of a family.  Charlie is the Brittany and he is sweet and gentle and loves to snuggle. Max is the playful Labrador mix  who loves to fetch and is also very affectionate.  Charlie is more laid back and is happy to be near his people.  Max gets a sparkle in his eyes when he knows you’re going to throw the ball for him.  These are awesome dogs

who just  want a good home and someone to love them.

Please help us find them one.