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    Join us Saturday July 22 for a fun morning of running, walking or just to come see us.  Our second Annual Run/Walk Fur Luv.  Details and registration can be found here


    York Adopt-A-Pet is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal sanctuary located in York Nebraska.  We serve as the primary care givers to the abused, lost and abandoned dogs and cats for our area.


    Goals

    The goal of York Adopt-A-Pet is to provide a safe and secure sanctuary for abused, lost and abandoned dogs and cats.

    York Adopt-A-Pet operates with a small staff, dedicated volunteers and the love of furry friends we meet.


    York Adopt-A-Pet Mission Statement:

    • To provide a safe haven for the dogs and cats placed in our custody.

    • To find the best homes for the dogs and cats that are our guests.

    • To educate the public on the need to treat our pets with dignity and love.

    • To reduce the pet overpopulation.



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    A Paws for Pets


    Jun
    9

    We hear unpleasant things that happen to animals and often these stories keep me awake at night. So many of those incidents could be avoided if people would chart different courses with their pets. More...

    Jun
    2

    I recently read a post on Face Book that caught my eye. The article was written by Jenn Porter Milne of North Platte. I asked permission to share with you what she shared on Facebook. She is with North Platte’s For the Love of Paws. More...

    May
    26

    When you have a dog and wish to add another one to your family, consider whether or not the two will be compatible. It certainly is not fair to your dog to add one that overwhelms it and makes its life miserable. Such was the case with little Howe’. More...

    May
    19

    If you have patience in life then you will become “old”. We have all been there, saying to ourselves “how can it be”? I am old today, and yesterday I was young. All the clichés in the world—including “you are only as old as you feel” make perfect sense, but let’s face it; you do not have a lifetime of years and decades stretching on the horizon. You want a more serene, quiet life. In years past you were heading out to paint the town when you are now anticipating going to bed. You envision your own space, quiet evenings, afternoon naps, and the love and respect reserved for those that are fortunate to live to be “old”. More...

    May
    12

    Dogs on the run. Where do they come from? Why isn’t anyone looking for them? It is so sad to see a dog running for its life, not knowing which direction to go and yet, too frightened to come to your outstretched arms which are offering safety. More...

    May
    5

    I normally write my articles on cats, but those who know me know that I also love dogs. I actually started volunteering at York Adopt a Pet working with the dogs. I helped Judi and Gail on occasion at the old dump site as well as the shelter located behind York Animal Clinic. I fostered dogs that needed a home environment and through the years have adopted the ones that were senior or had health issues. More...

    Apr
    28

    Miracles do happen. You do not run away from a rest area surrounded by corn fields and a busy interstate and end up in a residential neighborhood in east York without some divine intervention. But that is exactly what happened. More...

    Apr
    21

    It is the not knowing that makes losing a pet so gut wrenching. It can give you nightmares. It can happen so quickly, just as it did to the young woman who was moving from one state to another to join her boyfriend. She stopped at the eastbound rest area two miles west of York to take a break. She had her 31-pound dog, Spirit, on a leash, but the dog got spooked by the people they encountered and pulled out of her collar and took off running. More...

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