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In shelter Dog

Omaha, NE, 68134
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My name is Albion! Looking for a fun loving, energetic canine companion that loves to just goof around? Well Im the pup for you! Im so excited to see you and play, that I tend to get in others personal space. My education has been a little lacking, but if youre ready to teach and have yummy treats, Im ready to learn! My adoption even comes with a free four-week training voucher. With time and patience, I can show you just how smart I could be! Due to my rowdy nature, I need a home where all kids are at least in their older teens, and I need to go to a house rather than an apartment. I want to be the only furry friend in my next home so all the love and attention is on me! If you want some slobbery kisses and cuddles, consider adopting me! Albion is a Diamond Dog and will be shown by appointment only. Diamond Dogs are dogs that are currently receiving special training from staff and volunteers through our behavior modification program. If you are interested in learning more about this animal, please fill out an application by clicking here . Be sure to include Albion A1432522 when filling out the survey. After reviewing your application, we will only be reaching out to you if the animal is a good fit for your home.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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