Our friends and supporters

Animal Spay & Neuter Clinic – http://animalspayandneuterclinic.com/home/2087637  Bring your beloved pet to the Animal Spay-Neuter Clinic for professional services in a gentle and caring setting. We offer many things from dental care to immunizations.

Mel’s GroomingClick here
We offer full service grooming. Our prices vary by breed. A groom price includes: the haircut, bath, toenails, and the ears cleaned out(this includes pulling hair when necessary). A Full service bath includes toenail trim, ears cleaned out, pads of feet trimmed and feet rounded, and a sanitary trim if requested. READ MORE… 4054 Vinton st Omaha, NE 68105 (402) 553-MELS(6357)

Husker’s Hope was inspired from the ashes of a 9 year old Puppy Mill Dog, named Husker. Husker came into rescue in October 2008, arriving during the Nebraska vs Missouri Football Game. His name, according to the tattoo in his ear, was B3. Nebraska lost, but Husker was given a new name. Husker lived 9 years in a puppy mill and less than 1 month in rescue. His jaw, so severely deteriorated, that within a week of having most of his teeth pulled, his mandible snapped in two. The rescue opted to have Husker humanely euthenized, when attempts to repair his jaw failed. His ultimate fate, following months of having his jaw wired shut, would be amputation. http://huskershopedachshundrescue.org

Northern Plains Boxer Rescue rescues, rehabilitates, and re-homes all boxers. We believe every boxer counts. Our services extend to IA, ND, MN, NE, & SD. Northern Plains Boxer Rescue is a non-profit all volunteer effort where every boxer counts. The organization strives to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home all boxers in need. Northern Plains Boxer Rescue makes every effort to educate the public about the boxer breed and responsible pet ownership. http://www.everyboxercounts.com

Best Care Pet Hospitalhere
Our goal at Best Care Pet Hospital is to treat our clients and their pets with the compassion and understanding which allows us to provide the optimal care to meet their medical, surgical or emotional needs. We will achieve this goal through the use of caring and competent doctors and staff, utilizing modern equipment and techniques, while providing preventative and active care. We wish to enhance the quality of life of everyone we may contact by helping realize the maximum potential of the human-animal bond. Read more…
L Street Location: 3030 L Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68107. Tel: (402) 734-1494 Fax: (402) 734-5045 AAHA Certified Location
Fort Street Location: 4915 N 120th Street, Suite 8, Omaha, Nebraska 68164. Tel: (402) 445-8738

Nebraska Border Collie RescueHere
Nebraska Border Collie Rescue, Inc. was started in 1999 by Nickie Vanek because she saw many Border Collies being abandoned and ending up in shelters. Nickie also started the Nebraska Rescuers list. NBCR is run by a small group of volunteers, all of whom help in BIG ways… we foster, train, socialize, transport, visit shelters, provide veterinary care, educate the public on responsible dog ownership and the characteristics and needs of Border Collies, take pictures to keep website updated, make phone calls, do home visits, etc. Read more…
Cordi Juhler 402-203-6900 Omaha, NEgrapemartini71@yahoo.com

Humane Society of Greater Kansas CityHere
Founded in 1912, we are the oldest existing humane society in metropolitan Kansas City. We were originally called The Humane Society of Wyandotte County. Sarah Jacobs is credited with our founding, along with her sister Henrietta Jacobs and assistance from the Council of Clubs. In 1970, we changed our name to The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City and continue to this day to serve the entire metropolitan area. Read more…
The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City, 5445 Parallel Parkway, Kansas City, KS 66104
phone: (913) 596-1000 fax: (913) 596-2483

Feline Friendz in Nebraska was founded in 2002 and is a 501(c)3 all volunteer rescue organization. We are a true no kill rescue operation. This means the only reason a cat would be put down is in the case of a serious/non curable medical condition. All cats in the care of FFiNE will receive full veterinary care, including spay/neuter, all vaccinations and testing for feline leukemia and FIV infection. As a non-profit organization we rely heavily on private donations and volunteers to keep our mission on track. FFiNE is the only rescue group in the Omaha area dedicated solely to felines and TNR. Read more…
US Mail: Feline Friendz in Nebraska, P.O. Box 641818, Omaha, NE 68164
Phone Number: (402) 778-1111 Email: info@felinefriendz.org

Hearts United for Animalshere
Hearts United for Animals is a national no-kill animal shelter, sanctuary and animal welfare organization dedicated to the relief of suffering. We rescue dogs from all over the country and specialize in long distance adoptions. We take creatures who are lost, afraid, hungry or ill and comfort them, give them a warm, soft bed, good food, medical care and most of all, love. Read More…
Email: tera@hua.org

Best Friends Animal SocietyHere
Best Friends Animal Society is guided by a simple philosophy: kindness to animals builds a better world for all of us. In the late 1980s, when Best Friends was in its early days, roughly 17 million dogs and cats were being killed in shelters every year. Despite the commitment of shelter workers to the animal in their care, the conventional belief was that little could be done to lower that terrible number. Read more…
Best Friends Animal Society 5001 Angel Canyon Road, Kanab, Utah 84741-5000
Main phone: (435) 644-2001 Email: info@bestfriends.org

The Cat HouseHere
The Cat House was born in 1998 after a trip to a veterinary convention which included a long drive and a long discussions of what we would like to do with our lives. During the next four years, our steps have increased in size and sense of purpose. In July of 1999, The Cat House was invited to use the Luv-a-Pet adoption center at our local PetsMart. In April of 2000 we obtained a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit status that allows most contributions to be tax deductible to the donor. The number of dedicated volunteers continues to increase and as of December 2004, over 700 cats and kittens have been placed in homes. Read more…
The Cat House Box 23145, Lincoln, Nebraska 68542 Our hotline (402) 441-9593.

Long Island Cat ProjectHere
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is a full management plan in which stray and feral cats, already living outdoors in cities, towns, and rural areas, are humanely trapped, then evaluated, vaccinated, and sterilized by Veterinarians. Kittens and tame cats are adopted into good homes which immediately reduces the number of cats in the colony. Healthy adult cats, too wild to be adopted, are returned to their familiar habitat to live out their lives under the care of volunteers who supply them with food, water and shelter. These Volunteers, or Care Givers, also monitor the colony for any new comers who may enter the colony. Neutered cats are identified by ear tipping on the left ear, distinguishing them from new arrivals who are immediately recognized then trapped, neutered and returned, preventing the endless cycle of propagation and suffering which occurs without TNR intervention. Read more…