Lincoln County Pet Adoption is a great way to find your new best friend!
There are many benefits to adopting a dog or cat over buying. Pet adoption costs less than buying from a breeder, they come with all the vaccinations, and most have already been seen by a vet! Also, adoption pets usually come from home where they have already been house-trained and you will know more about the animal's temperment versus buying an animal from a breeder. (i.e Is the animal good with kids?)
Contact the organizations listed below for more information and availability of adoptable animals!
Lincoln, Rhode Island - Pet Adoption
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.
Nebraska Animal Rescue and Shelter Statewide List
Handsome Lincoln has a gorgeous, wavy black coat. But in the winter, he sometimes looks white, because he loves to roll around in the snow. A social boy, Lincoln enjoys being around people and is eager to please them. Although he likes to play with other dogs, he sometimes reacts with barking and lunging when he sees them while on a leash. However, Lincoln is a very smart boy who picks up on training cues quickly. Through training, he can now pass other dogs much more calmly. He wears a harness on his walks, because damage to his throat makes him breathe heavily. Lincoln really enjoys food puzzles, which help him slow down his eating and keep his mind active. He has mild anxiety and is working on his car manners so he can be the perfect copilot. Lincoln was born in 2007 and would love to ride off into the sunset with you.Lincoln has a generous sponsor who will cover his adoption fee.
Alliance, Pawsitive Endings Dog Rescue ..
We are inspired and affirmed on a daily basis by the support received from the Lincoln community, where most of our fosters and adopters reside. Nebraska No Kill Canine Rescue strives to collaborate with other local rescues and has developed a strong relationship with the Capital Humane Society and other shelters across the state, often working together on hard-to-place dogs. Our volunteers are striving for the day when every dog has a safe and loving home.Animal rights activists were already upset about Pope’s dogs being euthanized, and they are now afraid that adopting dogs in Lincoln County will come at a difficult cost.