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 (SEPTEMBER) Adopt-A-Kennel is for Lily's family, "Sept. 4th was 30 Mondays without Lily" This month is sponsored by a dear friend of the family, for them. Ask about our "Adopt-A-Kennel Program"... It's the perfect way to honor someone or memorialize them by adopting a kennel in their name. Call us for more information or visit our website www.mccookhumanesociety.com for more information and to fill out a form online. You can also sponsor an adoption for one of our available pets if you'd like to help out in that way.
This week's Wishlist: We really need some gently used bath towels. Thank you, to all of you who bring us much needed supplies and donations, all of us here at the McCook Humane Society just want you to know that you are appreciated more than you can know.
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Did Ya Know: If you do decide to add a puppy to your family, one of the first things that you'll notice is the the nipping and biting. Puppy nipping and biting is a normal behavior and is generally due to a lack of self-control or understanding. Puppies learn bite inhibition through play biting, which teaches them how much pressure they can apply with their teeth. Nipping and biting is instinctive and tends to peak during the teething stage. It is a way for puppies to establish their place in their doggy family's 'pecking order. Through play, interaction, socialization and training, this soon will pass.
HAPPY TAILS! The following pets were adopted: Gin, Juneau and Roma!
Find the love of your life at the McCook Humane Society located 100 South Street in McCook, NE. Hours open for adoption are 2:00pm until 5:00pm Monday through Friday and Noon until 4:00pm on Saturdays. The shelter is closed to the public on Sundays. Visitors and Volunteers are welcome during our open hours.
If you need to surrender an animal, please call first during regular business hours to make an appointment to bring the animal in.