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Kazmo

Mini Australian Shepherd

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Meeko

I received Meeko as a present from a family friend who breeds heelers. He’s a unique mix of red and blue heeler, currently at the sprightly age of one. Unfortunately, due to work commitments abroad, I must relocate, and Meeko can’t join me. Meeko is an affectionate companion who adores belly rubs and delights in car rides. He’s a diligent learner, always eager to master new tricks. Meeko has a friendly disposition towards other dogs and thrives in environments with ample space and an active lifestyle. His boundless energy and keen intelligence make him a remarkable companion for someone who can provide him with the attention and activity he craves.

Axle

He is a great dog, but with new baby on the way and with us on night shift and the other on day shift and a 1 year old my boyfriend and I just do not have to time or the attention that he needs.

House trained, kennel trained, leash trained.

*** Home To Home is a platform that connects people looking to rehome or foster their pets with interested adopters or fosters. The pets featured are not animals at Nebraska Humane Society and require direct communication with their caregivers through Home-To-Home. It is the responsibility of the individuals who express interest in a particular pet listed on these pages to obtain and verify information about the pet’s medical, behavior and bite history. All information contained in the pets’ description page has been provided by their caregiver. Nebraska Humane Society does not verify the accuracy of the information provided.

Ruby

She’s honestly such a spitfire, she loves to play and cuddle. She definitely thinks she’s a lap dog. I want to say she was born around 12/30/23 we got her from someone going back to college that couldn’t care for her anymore. She’s a really good dog, she’s house trained and she knows the basic commands. She does however seem to take to men better as she listens to my husband and not me. We’re looking to rehome her because we recently had our son and she’s been pushing the boundaries while I’m holding him despite my commands and actually walked on his face to get to me. So unfortunately I just can’t have a puppy that doesn’t listen to me. She’s a really good dog otherwise. She’s just attention starved and I unfortunately don’t have the attention to give. I love her. With my whole heart. It genuinely breaks my heart that I have to get rid of her. But my partner doesn’t like how much she sheds and after her incident with the baby he doesn’t want her around anymore. She deserves someone who has the time and dedication to properly train her and take her on walks. And she does really really well with little kids, but if you have a newborn or a baby that needs all of your attention throughout the day then I would advise against her just because she really needs attention. She loves it. She’s a big cuddler.

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