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Broken Bow Police Department operates the city's Dog Pound through the local Animal Shelter.

There are no dogs in the pound today

 Officer Dalen Wood (in the photo below) holds two Yorkshire terriers that were claimed from the pound on Monday, April 7. BBPD reminds dog owners that there is a city ordinance against dogs running at large.


This pup has been adopted.

This dog has been claimed.

This dog has been adopted!

This dog has been adopted!

Thanks to Jean Pomplun for adopting this dog!

This little dog has been claimed.

This pup has been claimed.

Thanks to Ed Heath for adopting this dog!

Thanks to Lachelle Huffman for adopting this dog!

Thanks to Jennie Kuta for adopting this dog!

Thanks to Jeff Rogers for adopting this dog!

Thanks to Kelsey McAbee for adopting this dog!

Thanks, Dave Dunkel, for adopting this dog!

Thanks to Sandy and Sam Fales!

Thanks to Michael and Holly Neth of Lawrence, Kan,, who adopted the female Silkie terrier shown below with Michael's parents, Marvin and Barb Neth of Callaway. The Neths have named their new puppy "Sidney." Thanks for giving her a good home!

The Neths with "Sidney"

Thanks, Roz, for adopting this dog!

Thanks to Roz Downer of Mason City (shown above, at right) for adopting the little shih tzu she is holding.
Thanks to Nakia Howe and Dustin McQuigg of Beatrice (below, at left) for adopting the female black lab cross puppy, which they named Sadie. 

Thanks for adopting this pup!

Sandy Schall says this dog has been adopted!

Photo at left: A male mix breed dog, found by Sandy Schall and kept in her home, was adopted by Racine Woodward and Carl Prickett. Thanks very much for giving him a good home!

Thanks to April Wright of Hastings for adopting a black male lab-mix and the male pug. Both dogs had been in the pound for more than 10 days and were facing euthanasia. Thank you, April, for saving these dogs!

Thanks to Chastity Fecht of Ansley for adopting the female beagle that she is shown with below, at left. Thanks also to Jarod and Nicole Rush and family of Callaway for adopting the male weimaraner shown below, at right, with Nicole and Jack Rush. 

Thanks for adopting this dog!

Thanks for adopting this dog!

Thanks to Mike and Amber Evans and their children, Hannah, 13, and Josey, 12, for adopting the female beagle-cross dog that they are shown with below in the photo. From left are Hannah, Mike, Josey with "Maggie" and Amber.

The Evans family with Maggie

Thanks to KCNI/KBBN Radio!

Special thanks to KCNI Radio Station for all their help in getting dogs back to their homes and in finding new homes for dogs that are up for adoption. 

  • The Broken Bow Animal Shelter houses stray dogs found within the city limits.
  • Police Officers care for the dogs, providing food, water and shelter.
  • If your dog is missing, call 872-6424 to report it to an Officer.
  • If your dog is in the pound, you can claim it at the Police Department, 116 S 11th Ave. The pound fee is $20. Please understand that you may also be cited for Dog at Large, which involves a $35 fine.
  • If you would like to offer your support to the pound, contributions can be made to Broken Bow Animal Shelter, 116 S 11th Ave, Broken Bow, NE 68822.