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NEBRASKA'S INDOOR CANINE COMMUNITY

SAFETY • COMMUNITY • EDUCATION • IMPACT

OMAHA, NEBRASKA

 

Fundraising: Now
Opening Day: First 1/2 of 2020

 


Safety, community, and education for all.

Nebraska Canine Commons is Nebraska's first nonprofit indoor canine space built on safety, community, and education for all. 

We’re more than a dog park. We’re a community.



 

The commons contains

70,000+

SQUARE FEET OF CANINE-friendly
TURF


Nebraska Canine Commons is the first of its kind. Over 4x the size of the next largest indoor canine space, The Commons provides a safe, clean, spacious atmosphere that's available year-round.

 

That's equivalent to

15

BASKETBALL COURTS

1.2

NFL FOOTBALL FIELDS

33.2

TENNIS COURTS


What we're about

SAFETY • COMMUNITY • EDUCATION • IMPACT


We're nonprofit.

Nebraska Canine Commons is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

We're about community.

Community building is at our core. Strong canine communities have happier, healthier dogs, increased owner satisfaction, and fewer dogs in shelters.


Safety is in our bones.

Nebraska Canine Commons is a fully monitored off-leash canine space. Much like lifeguards at the pool, our staff will keep a watchful eye on our space. We'll manage safety issues, handle emergencies, and mitigate behavior concerns before they become a problem.

Free training for all.

Life changing, easy to understand courses centered on building a trusting, balanced relationship between you and your dog. New canine owners are eligible for free training at Nebraska Canine Commons. Members have access to unlimited group training, including private courses at no additional cost.
 


We love rescues.

We partner with rescues to provide space and visibility for adoptable dogs in their care. Dogs adopted at Nebraska Canine Commons are eligible for additional training and resources at no cost to new owners. 

We give back.

Supporting canine-focused organizations who demonstrate high ethical practices and measurable positive impact to the local canine community is an important part of our mission. 


Prepared for care.

Just as kids will inevitably scrape and bruise during play, dogs are susceptible to bumps and bruises from time to time. When injuries occur,  most dog boo-boos can be cared for on site through our Micro Clinic. Additionally, Canine First Aid Certification is a requirement for Nebraska Canine Commons staff.

Every dog is vetted.

Every new dog must go through a basic wellness and behavior analysis prior to being allowed off-leash in the commons. All dogs must be up to date on vaccinations, and have no harmful health or behavior concerns. 


We keep it squeaky.

Nebraska Canine Commons is designed to be exceptionally clean and odor-free. Below SYNLawn Turf, an irrigation system quickly whisks away waste liquids and their odors. A high-flow HEPA air filtration system removes any remaining odors and allergens, providing the commons with a constant supply of fresh air.

We've got the poo.

Picking up after your dog isn't something you need to fuss over at Nebraska Canine Commons. Whatever comes out of your dog, we'll gladly clean it up so you can get back to quality time right away.



It's always perfect weather in the commons.

 

Nebraska Averages

80

Days of dangerous weather
annually

The unpredictable, oftentimes unpleasant weather of the Midwest can put a damper on the quality time you spend with your dogs. But extreme heat and cold are more than an annoyance, they create dangerous conditions that become life-threatening quickly. 

80 days is nearly an entire season of time, and that's not including days with rain or snow. At Nebraska Canine Commons, you gain back the quality time that you would otherwise miss out on.

 

DANGEROUS TEMPERATURES FOR DOGS

 

90°

AND ABOVE

20°

And Below

 

There is an immediate risk of life threatening health conditions at these temperatures, such as Canine Heat Stroke, Hypothermia, and Frostbite.


Rain? Snow? Bugs? Not here.

 
 

You don't like bugs.
Your dog doesn't like bugs.
We don't like bugs.

Mosquitoes are the primary cause of heart worm in dogs. Ticks carry bacteria that can cause Lyme disease. You won't find them in Nebraska Canine Commons. We keep the outdoors, outdoors.

 

 
 

Show Your Support


Ways to Show Your Support For
Nebraska Canine Commons:


Leave your mark

We've got a brick with your name on it. Literally. Donate to our cause, and we'll engrave your name, company logo etc. onto a brick within Nebraska Canine Commons. You'll leave a legacy, be a permanent piece of the world's largest communal canine space, and we'd dub you the coolest person ever. 


DONATE & GET A PASS

Donate to Nebraska Canine Commons and receive a pass as our thanks to you. Choose from 30 days, or an entire season of full access to Nebraska Canine Commons, unlimited group training included.


Get Some Threads

There’s no better way to support Nebraska Canine Commons while also looking spectacular. Mosey over to our store to pick up Nebraska Canine Commons gear.

 

 

Get in touch

We're pretty good at getting back to you, usually within 24 hours.


Or, send us a note at
contactus@nebraskacaninecommons.org
 

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