PuppySpot has helped families across the country fetch their new best friends, and we have puppies for sale in every state. Here are a few of the pups heading to Nebraska that you may soon see in a dog park near you!
Friendly, loyal and eager to please, the Golden Retriever is the most popular dog breed in Nebraska and THE family dog of choice in the United States. With its classic good looks and affectionate temperament, the Golden Retriever is a terrific choice for anyone looking for a capable, sensitive and intelligent canine companion.
That’s why so many Golden Retrievers are trained to be service dogs, therapy dogs and sniffer dogs - they’re smart, sweet and just want to be your best friend in the world. It doesn't matter if you enjoy the indoors or you love outside adventure, your Golden Retriever just wants to hang out and be your friend.
Fortunately for Golden Retriever owners in Nebraska, there are so many dog-friendly activities in the Pine Tree State, you’ll never run out of dog-friendly things to do.
Did you know that all Golden Retrievers puppies are born with light-colored fur that eventually darkens into one of three different colors; golden, light golden, or dark golden? You can tell
exactly what color a newborn Golden Retrievers puppy will be when they mature by looking at the color at the tip of their ears.
Nebraska is a terrific place to buy, rescue or adopt a puppy. The Golden Retriever is the most popular breed in Nebraska, but the Pug and the Boston Terrier are not far behind.
Whether you’re in Nebraska to find Pug puppies for sale or to take your Golden Retriever on an exciting outdoor adventure, you’ll find the Cornhusker State has more than enough dog-friendly activities to keep you and your pup entertained.
Yes. According to Neb. Rev. St. § 71-4402, “Every domestic animal in the State of Nebraska shall be vaccinated against rabies with a licensed vaccine and revaccinated at intervals specified by rules and regulations.”
The law also states that unvaccinated domestic animals acquired or moved into the State of Nebraska shall be vaccinated within thirty days after purchase or arrival unless under the age for initial vaccination.
No. As of January 2020, Nebraska does not have a law requiring dogs to wear seat belts or be secured within the vehicle during transportation. Regardless of state law, it’s best to keep dogs restrained and out of the front seat.
Dogs who insist on climbing into the front seat should be placed in the back, in a crate. If your dog’s crate doesn’t fit in the car, you should invest in a barrier to keep them out of the front seat.
Meadowlark North Dog Park - Kearney
Paws 4 Fun - Lincoln
Dog Park - Omaha
Jewell Dog Park - Bellevue
’ Tails Bark Park - North Platte
Hastings Dog Park - Hastings
Stransky Dog Run at Peterson Park - Lincoln
Walnut Creek Leash Free Dog Park - Papillion
Roper East Dog Run - Lincoln
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail - Omaha
Big Papio Trail - Omaha
Elmwood Park - Omaha
Bryson's Airboat Tours - Fremont
Platte River State Park - Louisville
Bellevue Loop Trail - Bellevue
MoPac Trail - Lincoln
Rock Island Trail - Lincoln
Ta-ha- Dog Park - Norfolk