NE Humane Society offering reward for return of puppy taken from backyard
(KMTV) — The Nebraska Humane Society (NHS) is asking for your help in finding a pit-bull puppy that was taken from a backyard.
NHS says the owner received a letter claiming the puppy was taken by the agency, but they say that’s not true.
Late last Friday, NHS says 4-month-old Chloe was taken from a backyard at 6240 Campbell Ave. in Omaha.
On Saturday, the the dog’s owners say they received a flier in their mailbox, claiming that the dog was taken by the NHS for providing a lack of care.
NHS says: “At no time did the Humane Society of the United States or the Nebraska Humane Society remove this dog.”
The NHS is offering a $1,000 reward for the safe return of Chloe and says you should call 402-444-STOP if you have information about the puppy.
(This story was originally reported by our partner station KMTV)