People interested in adopting are interviewed via telephone and again at their home during a visit by a GRRIN volunteer. This interview and visit focus on an applicant’s ability to humanely and responsibly care for a Golden including feeding, medical care, housing, supervision and companionship of the dog. All family members must be in support of a dog adoption because a Golden Retriever loves to be with people and be part of a family. It is important to note that the adoption process may take several months, and if the prospective owner lives outside the Omaha/Lincoln metro area, perhaps longer.
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WAFFLE, a Lincoln Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier/Pekingese dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier/Pekingese for sale in Lincoln, or seeking a Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier/Pekingese dog from a breeder in Lincoln.
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R.u.F.F. Rescue, Inc. emerged from the desire of several community individuals that saw the need in Lincoln and its surrounding communities to provide a rescue for the “Highlander Kids” (meaning Westies, Cairns, and Scotties) plus other small dogs within the Lincoln area. There is an ongoing need for protection of vulnerable animals and education to society in general.
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Headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, Dolly's Legacy is a 501c3 non-profit, foster-based animal rescue. We’re dedicated to saving orphaned and abandoned pets from overcrowded shelters and finding them loving homes. At Dolly’s Legacy Animal Rescue, we’ll work with you to find the perfect pet for you and your family. From puppies and adult dogs to cats and kittens, Dolly’s is proud to be Nebraska’s choice for pet adoption. Lincoln Fire and Rescue saves a dog from a house fire at 1640 W. Plum St. Wednesday morning. The fire started on the back porch and spread to the home’s eaves and attic but didn’t injure anyone. A woman, two kids and two cats also made it out safely. As the recipient of a grant from the Best Friends Animal Society, Lincoln Animal Ambassadors created whereby the group will spay/neuter Chihuahuas and American pit bull terriers at a cost of only $25 per dog. These two breeds are most at risk for relinquishment and euthanasia in the United States. This fall, as part of helping to promote The Mighty and the Tiny Project, I reported on my research into both breeds and even included interviews with two of their owners. To wrap up my coverage for 2015, I’ll highlight below what other local animal welfare groups shared with me regards their opinions of and experiences with these two breeds.