• Come check out our "Adopt-A-Kennel" program where our local individuals and businesses can show the community their support for our area's homeless animals. This month's (DECEMBER) Adopt-A-Kennel Sponsorship is in loving memory of Raleigh Haas. A very special thanks to all our sponsors for their continuing support.

  • This week's wishlist: Forever Homes for our temporarily homeless furry friends! Wouldn't it just be awesome if they all had homes before the holidays? We can always use the paper towels, bleach, plain old Special Kitty cat litter, bath towels and cat/dog food and toys that you bring in! Thank you to those of you who bring us the items on this wishlist when you can. We may not be able to properly thank all of you as quickly as we'd like to and as big as we'd like to. Some of you are pretty firm about no thanks necessary! To all of you, all of us here at the McCook Humane Society just want you to know that it truly is appreciated more than you can know. YOU are appreciated more than you can know.

  • Our shelter youth group, The McCook Cat Pack, have as always, done an amazing job on the new 2020 "The Cats and Dogs of McCook Calendars!" If you missed the chance to buy one at their last fundraising event, we have them available at the shelter, during normal shelter hours. The McCook Cat Pack youth group will also be selling them at fall and holiday events (watch our Facebook page for when and where).

  • Come on by and see what all we've got for your furkid! We offer collars, leashes, sweaters/jackets, furcode ID Tags, bandanas and all kinds of things to help us raise money to help care for our temporarily homeless friends. We even have Halloween Costumes for those furkids that like to dress up!

  • Don't forget to "Like" us on Facebook to keep up to date on all of the upcoming fun events and fundraisers.

  • Did you know... We get asked this question quite a bit when someone adopts a puppy from us. How can I teach this puppy not to bite? There's no perfect answer, but here's some helpful advice that we do give. Several times a day for a few weeks, let your pup mouth/play bite until he exerts more pressure than usual. When he does, say "Ouch!" loud enough that's he's surprised and he stops biting. At the same time, stop playing for a few seconds, so he associates the stop of fun playtime with the exerting of too much pressure. Repeat this until he plays with only soft mouthing. If he doesn't get the idea, just stop playing or move away completely whenever he bites too hard. He will learn soon enough that mouthing/biting too hard ends play and fun time.

  • "HAPPY TAILS!!" Congrats to our furry friends that found new fur-ever homes this past week: Radar, Skeeter (the last one of the litter of pups "The League of Their Own), Caramel, Marla, Lottie and Baron!

Make Your House A Home. . .Adopt a Shelter Dog or Cat!!

December Featured "Adopt-A-Kennel" Sponsorship is in loving memory of Raleigh Haas.

2pm - 5pm
Noon - 4pm

100 South Street
McCook, NE 69001


Pet of the Week


Radar the Husky mix

Stop in and find the "Love of your Life" waiting for a new home!