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Nebraska Humane Society
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8929 Fort St Omaha, NE 68134
8929 Fort StreetUSNebraskaOmaha68134
(402) 444-7800nehumanesociety.org
Animal Shelter, Pet Store
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Pet Store
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Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Nebraska Humane Society protects, saves, and enriches the lives of animals in the communities we serve.
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"They are always adopting out animals and they are honest about their behaviors."
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"But you must understand what a no-kill shelter entails before you judge."
"You can find any kind of dog there, puppy to old dog to purebred."
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Barbara Head
in the last week
We found two beautiful 4 y/o Maine Coon/mix cats in good health and have enjoyed them very much for the first two days. Fee was reasonable @ $50 each, but NHS wanted them to stay together, so we paid $50 for two beautiful boys. They moved right in, obviously had good people in their lives before! Thanks NHS! Barbara Head & Michael Gaines
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The decision to shoot the mountain lion came after deliberation with experts, police said. The Nebraska Humane Society, Nebraska Game and Parks and the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo were consulted, Wiese said. “It was determined that the appropriate action was to euthanize the animal,” Wiese said. A tranquilizer was not an option because it was not clear how the cougar would have reacted, police said. I believe it would have reacted sedatedly. Barbaric, murderous policy you Nebraskans have. Many civilized organizations trap, rehabilitate and release in a remote area.
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AKJ
2 months ago
They screwed up my license renewal notice. I have emailed them to send me another one that is correct. This was 2 weeks ago. I have not received it in the mail yet and the clock is ticking down. I called them and of course was put on a long hold, someone answered and then was put on hold AGAIN. I was told that I needed to come into the shelter to deal with this. I asked if I could speak to someone else on the phone who could help me and yet she insisted for me to come to the shelter. This is not only an inconvenience but why do I need to come in to deal with YOUR mistake? I emailed you guys again asking for the second time to send the correct renewal notice. You think the Humane Society would have everything in check, they didn't even get my pets name correct! I am very very disappointed that I continue to adopt animals from here and give them my money, the only reason I do it is for the animals.
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Tim McDonnell
a week ago
Shameful how NHS handled the shooting of the injured mountain lion. You are an animal welfare society. Instead of stonewalling, as bureaucracies usually do, you should examine what changes your organization needs to make so that you can hold your heads high the next time a similar situation arises.
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Liane Blanco
a week ago
Nebraska Humane Society: You heartless SOBs should be called the Nebraska INHUMANE Society. You gave the go ahead to shoot an injured animal who could have easily been tranquilized and helped. The mountain lion wasn't a threat to anyone. Just a chance for Nebraska cops to get their murder fix; I guess there weren't any barking dogs or unarmed teenagers around. Yes, I've heard your argument about why you shot the lion. Your policy is as outdated as your police force is stupid. They shot that poor creature SIXTEEN TIMES over the course of a minute. Your police force is worthless if that's an example of their marksmanship. I wish I lived near you so I could stand outside your building with a HUGE sign that would say "Nebraska Humane Society Encourages and Enables Murderers." I hate stories like this, and I hate organizations like yours - my heart is filled with pure hate for you, and it makes me physically ill. I'll try to take comfort in the fact that you blundering idiots have been exposed and are now subject to the contempt of millions of people, worldwide. You make me sick.
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Tyler Stratton
3 weeks ago
I've called them week after week day after day nd nobody is ever sent out to this house next door they beat they're dog starve her make her sleep outside in rain snow heat etc spike colar that stabbs her when she barks her breathing nd body just so weak nd I keep calling nd calling haven't seen nobody show up not one time THE NEBRASKA HUMAN SOCIETY IS FULL OF SHIT ND WHEN THIS DOG DIES ILL KEEP ALL THESE PHONE RECOREDS ND PICTURES OF THIS HURT DOG JUST TO PROVE WHAT I FEEL HAVE A GOOD MORNING NEBRASKA
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Mika A
2 months ago
they put amazing effort into their animals and i adopted my dog from them and took a training class, they were great in making sure i knew everything i could about my dog and were perfectly honest about it. He had a little issue with his neutering (or so I thought) so i called them and they walked me through it and had me bring him in free of charge. The training was great and they worked with my little ball of energy and stayed late just to make sure i was about to tame my monster! overall amazing people
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Comet Deer
10 months ago
Not good at matching. Heartbreaking to have to take two dogs back that did not work out that we were told would work well with our household and living situation. I am still distraught over it. When we had to take our second boy back, they made us put him back into a kennel and watch him panic and cry and scream until we left, and they won't tell me at least how he is doing since there was a surprise medical issue when we got there. So I am left depressed and sad, I am not allowed for no apparent reason to know if he is okay at least after going through all that.
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