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The animals listed on this page were recently picked up as strays or reported missing by their owners. Please call the contact number listed and claim your animal as soon as possible as space is limited and time is short.
Stray animals are available for adoption after five days if not claimed by their owner.  Animals adopted from the city pound are eligible for a $40 spay/neuter voucher.

Pet Identification Tags
If you care about your pet, place an identification tag on its collar. The information you provide will be used by whoever finds your pet to contact you of its whereabouts.
If you dislike tags on your pet due to the noise, buy a light-colored nylon collar and using an indelible pen or laundry marker, write your phone number on the collar. This will improve the chances that your pet will be returned to you.
Also, check your pets collar at least once a month to make certain it fits properly. You should be able to slip your fingers under the collar. Do not allow the collar to remain on the animal if it is too tight as it can become embedded in the flesh. As the animal grows, the collar does not stretch!
NEVER, wrap a chain or tie-out cable around your pets neck. As the animal moves around, the chain/cable will tighten and could possibly strangle your pet. 
For more information on pet identification methods click on this link... http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?articleid=2850


LOST This male dog wandered away from his home about 1 1/2 to 2 weeks ago.  He was last seen about 5 miles SW of Dawson, NE. He is a larger dog, approximately 4-5 years old and answers to "Brutus".  If anyone finds him or knows anything about him, please contact RCHS, 402-245-2779. 

Owner Surrender- This female Boxer mix, approximately 1 year old, was recently relinquished by owner so is needing rehomed asap. If you are interested in this animal don't delay. Contact FCPD, 402-245-4422 for more info on this animal.



Found- This female Labrador Retriever mix, approximately 4-5 months old, was picked up in the area of 16th & Abbott street on 12/8/2011. To claim or adopt this animal contact FCPD,402-245-4422.


Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened.

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