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Look Who's Sheltering Shelter Pets!

 

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 Lori and Tom are crazy about Bella.  "She was surrendered by her owners when she was 6 months old because she was too much work," says Lori, "but working with all of our dogs hasn't felt like work, more a labor of love."  Bella is Lori and Tom's third shelter dog and they wouldn't go anywhere else. 
 

 


 

"They've all been wonderful pets who have added their own unique personalities to our family," says Tom. When Bella isn't out hiking or enjoying the countryside with her people, she can be found fetching and carrying her favorite stuffed crab around the house, or chewing antlers.  She is also a frequent visitor to doggie daycare and participates in training classes. "We're working on not jumping on company," explains Lori "thats a little slower to come because she just loves people and wants to greet everyone." Lori and Tom have forged a strong bond with Bella. "We're just crazy for her," says Tom.  And Bella returns that affection with equal enthusiasm.   

 


Fido Need a Spring Tune Up?
The Nebraska Humane Society has a new state-of-the-art training center and whole schedule of classes to fill it. We offer puppy, adolescent and adult dog classes with qualified instructors in a friendly setting. If classes aren't your style you can book a private session with a trainer either at the shelter or right in the comfort of your own home. Our trainers work at your convenience and use humane, dog-friendly, people-friendly methods designed to teach you how to work with your dog. Contact Cathy at 444-7800 ext 272 or click "take a class" at www.nehumanesociety.org

 


Plants for Pooches
April 30, 3pm-7pm and May 1, 9am-1pm
If you are ready for spring planting we have the event for you.  Plants for Pooches is our annual plant sale at the shelter that benefits homeless animals.

Come decorate your patio and garden with flowers and greenery grown especially for NHS by Canoyer Garden Center.  Peruse tropicals, hanging baskets and wonderful planters for both shade and sun.  Then enjoy a little social hour with libations supplied by Lazlos. 
All proceeds of this garden party help homeless animals -- what could be more fun?

For more information go to Programs and Events *Lori is Co-Chair of this years Black Tie and Tails while Tom will be part of the vocal entertainment. For information on Black Tie and Tails visit www.nehumanesociety.org.

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